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Other Calculators / Re: [Selling] TI Nspire CAS with Touchpad
« on: November 28, 2013, 02:30:47 pm »
Might be a good idea to provide references or something. A forum's specific iTrader rating, Heatware or an ebay rating would probably work.

TI-Nspire / Re: Super Hexaspire Alpha!
« on: November 28, 2013, 02:28:50 pm »
Wow, nice. I love this game for my phone.

Miscellaneous / Re: Post your typing speed
« on: November 21, 2013, 04:22:19 pm »

Absolutely atrocious. :/

These typing tests are horrible in my opinion. I prefer the ones that are actual sensical paragraphs.

I doubt you'll be able to replace most, if not all of the specialized parts. I would personally ear the whole thing apart and clean it thoroughly with alcohol. I'd also revert all software stuff like you suggested.

Other / Re: Windows - a cloud OS
« on: November 18, 2013, 12:18:03 pm »
Sounds like clickbait to me.

More cloud-integration software/service wise is one thing but the 'cloud' as a core part of the OS? I don't think so. Not to say it won't happen in the future.

Humour and Jokes / Re: Problem when editing image
« on: November 18, 2013, 10:54:34 am »
When working with Photoshop using the Select-> Color Range option generally works out pretty well when the 'wand' tool doesn't. Especially with flat graphics.

If the background is particularly busy or you don't mind altering the image a little bit, Illustrator's pen tool is amazing.

My USB port is loose too.
I really hope HPs new line has a long and prosperous future. Lots of things can be improved upon.

Another error I've gotten when manipulating the backup file is that it can turn most of my notes into 'Asian' characters.

I've gotten an error where backing up a program (and inserting my own files  such as .hpprgm files found around the net) into the while I have a custom app (3D grapher in my case) causes the primary 'function' to corrupt upon restoring it onto the calculator. Only way to remedy the issue is to clear all of the Apps memory from the memory management viewer. Without doing that the calculator resets everytime the app button is hit.

Understand most of these are a stretch but there's no harm in asking...

Requested features:
  • Password/customizable splash screen (depicting owner's information). This could probably tie in with the exam mode in some interesting ways.
  • Multi-user configurations (separate from one another, different settings, different programs, different everything). Would work out great for students or professionals. Having lots of superflous programs is annoying and allocation of variables, lists, custom definitions is miserable. The setting and resetting of various settings can be a pain to. Being in 4 math heavily classes right now that all require drastic things makes managing the calculator a chore.
  • Ability to manipulate/sort/hide functions from the toolbox
  • Toolbox functions being more indicitive or representative of what they actually look like long-hand. Parenthesis, square brackets, commas, etc# to enter information is pitiful in some functions. Very disproportionate amongst themselves too in how straightforward data entry is. Making a program to reskin each feature used is ridiculously tedious and cumbersome.
  • Ability to add your own formula templates, units, sub-sections of the characters(favorites maybe?)
  • Ability to manipulate items in the toolbox
  • Universal copy/paste
  • Different fonts size settings for different applications
  • Better note-taking formating options available from the connectivity kit when typing stuff directly into the calc. While a stretch, a built in split-screen viewer for the note-home/cas view would be fantastic.
  • Ability to log results from running programs somewhere (notes possibly?)
  • Program functions have the []s for required fields in a common format for how it would be commonly used. Something like ["title"], {[whatever, whatever, RGB]}. Auto-indentation
I might aggregate more requested features and arrange it neatly

News / Re: Community based HP Prime connectivity toolkit under development
« on: November 10, 2013, 07:06:47 pm »
Things seem to be moving along very quickly.

My guess would be that it is an OS-related issue and that it isn't properly utilizing the hardware.

News / Re: First patch of the HP-Prime firmware
« on: November 03, 2013, 03:16:13 pm »
Oh man is this exciting. :D

HP Calculators / Re: Let's hack the HP Prime!
« on: October 29, 2013, 02:25:32 pm »
As far as hardware is concerned, does anyone know if the topmost layer of the screen is removable/replaceable or is it attached to the screen/digitizer itself?

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hello
« on: October 29, 2013, 12:17:46 pm »
Welcome mate.

HP Calculators / Re: Hp Prime Questions and Help
« on: October 28, 2013, 09:18:22 pm »
I'm pretty sure that (Σ) is Sigma...
Isn't Theta (Θ)?

Anyway, I'm pretty sure that all of these would be entirely possible.

You're right on both accounts. Silly mistake on my end. x_x

Glad to hear you think those things are possible. Thanks.

HP Calculators / Re: Hp Prime Questions and Help
« on: October 28, 2013, 03:52:43 pm »
Which ones do you use in particular by the way? I tend to only use the Sto character.
Tau(т), Pi(π), Theta(Σ) and that weird u with the front tail come to mind. Forgot to mention it but I am also typing out notes so sometimes I want the actual character.

I have a few more questions...

Are any of the following things possible:
-Programs with multiple drop downs (Concurrently)
-Program with multiple entry boxes where it doesn't need submitted(results are displayed as more information is added)
-Make it access the cas/traditional view where it calculates math normally but with acceptance for additional characters(who serve as their own variables, ex. 12m being 12E-3 or 12x10^3)
-Practically display drawn objects on the graphing view (or with similar functionality at least)
-Use of checkmark like stuff for checking

Would like to know ahead of time if any of these things are not possible to do for whatever arbitrary reason before I invest to much time in trying to do it that way. Understand there are workarounds to all of the above things but I'd like to do it as elegantly as possible since I'd like to work on making it as user-friendly as possible.

Here are some of the ideas I had on things I'd like to do(in no order of actual interest or likelihood of actually doing them):
-Resistor rating calculator(with drop downs for different colors/tolerance)
-Karnaugh Map Generator
-Boolean logic simplifier
-Ohm's Law solver
-Capacitor/Inductance solver
-Boolean truth table
-Circuit truth table
-KVL/KCL/Nodal Analysis
-General area for manually computing EE related stuff(more easily for less-well acquainted users of the calculator)
-IC searcher (means of searching for very specific IC chip names)

Thanks again in advance for any prior or future advice. :P

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