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TI-Nspire / Re: Protect your TI-Nspire files: nProtect and nHide
« on: March 02, 2014, 06:19:58 am »
Can you make it so that when you access the file system using the regular key you will browse a folder like /Documents/Documents. Only if you press the magic key you can access /Documents. Like nHide in reverse.
Someone who doesn't know of this magic key would think the calculator is totally empty.

I'll try to find some time and PM it to you.

TI-Nspire / Re: Protect your TI-Nspire files: nProtect and nHide
« on: November 02, 2013, 05:47:39 am »
Well, nProtect was really made do protect someone's calc against nasty friends.

TI-Nspire / Re: Protect your TI-Nspire files: nProtect and nHide
« on: November 01, 2013, 06:53:59 pm »
I have no idea how to easily make keys configurable, except spending 10 times the time I spent making these programs (which I don't have).

TI-Nspire / Protect your TI-Nspire files: nProtect and nHide
« on: November 01, 2013, 04:34:43 pm »
Ever wanted to protect your Nspire from unwanted people?

Well, your already have zLock and Hide Manager (please refer to their topics for further informations about these programs).

None protect your Nspire completely.

Today, I'm presenting you two other tools which can help you protect your Nspire in two yet another different ways (of course, you need Ndless 3.1 to run them).

nProtect protect the file browser of the Nspire. Once installed, you will need to press the "magic" key(s) plus the regular key to access the file browser.

More magic comes with this one. nHide helps you protect only a part of the filesystem.
By default, the Nspire you can only browse part of the filesystem (from /Documents).
Once installed, if you press the "magic" key(s) plus the regular key, you will access the full filesystem (from /), where you'll hide your secret documents. If you only press the regular key to access the file browser, you will be able to browse from /Documents, as before.

For full instructions, see the readme of each program.

The major flow of these two programs is that you need to either use the default magic key ("=") or ask me to compile a specific version for you with your very password (ask by PM).

So, here is a recap':

Any question? Ask here, I'll try to make this topic better.

TI-Nspire / Re: Ndless Commander 0.4 -- TI-Nspire File Browser
« on: June 23, 2013, 06:18:16 am »
Not that I want to advertise my program, but here is another way to achieve this: :)

TI-Nspire / Re: [Ndless C] nRayC, a raycasting library for TI-Nspire
« on: June 15, 2013, 07:15:19 am »
Cool :)
But why don't you use a relative path so we could put the textures.bmp.tns in the same directory as the game?
Because they are not automatically handled by the Nspire, and because I was too lazy to write a function to do it at the time I wrote the demo :P but it's something planned for the engine.

Use argv[0]. :)

TI-Nspire / Re: On-calc Nspire emulators
« on: June 02, 2013, 09:25:18 am »
Plus Ndless dev seems harder to start up with, because there are people who had troubles setting up the Ndless dev environment and stuff.

Could someone link me to a guide or even make a guide.

I tried it once but Msys and all that didn't seem to work.

The new SDK has pretty much everything included and is easy to install. Check :).

Ok. Perfect :).

For other people having this issue:
1)Make sure your nLaunch version is not *too* old
Then, any new released* revision of ndless will be ok.


Well, I have to go. If it still does not work, we'll try to debug it next time.

Well, I have no idea. It works perfectly fine with me.
Again, are you sure you did not use an outdated nlaunch.tno or nlaunch.tns somewhere in the tutorial?

nlaunch.tno is not an OS. It is a fake OS. However, the phoenix.tns included in the pack(s) is/are real OSes.
(just look at the filesize)

EDIT: To make it simple: if you need to use a nlaunch.tno, use the one I have updated.

As long as you have nlaunch installed, why would you install it again?

To use the "switcher" feature, all you have to do is to put another OS in /nlaunch/phoenix.tns .

I only changed it in the transformation pack ( )
If there is a nlaunch.tno in the switcher pack, you don't need it as you have already installed nLaunch with the transformation pack.

I updated the nlaunch.tno file in the pack. :)

Yup, the Clickpad/Touchpad part of this tutorial uses the old nLaunch.

I'll see if I can update the pack.

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