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Miscellaneous / Re: Wanting to start a gaming website
« on: January 21, 2014, 10:38:07 pm »
What do you need help with?  I think it's a good idea but I find ads annoying when they are on every pixel of the web site.  Just keep that in mind when placing ads.  I might be able to help here and there but I can't do it full time as school and sports have taken up a lot of my time recently.

News / Re: Announcing Ndless 3.2
« on: September 19, 2013, 01:12:36 am »
WooHoo!   One of my friends just got an Nspire CX CAS.  He might be able to help.  I'll tell him about Omnimaga and Ndless.  I could probably help second semester which is starting January of 2014.  By then I'll have way more time

Introduce Yourself! / Re: Hello world!
« on: September 10, 2013, 09:53:00 pm »
Sweet another Nspire programmer.  Welcome to omnimaga

Other / Re: Looking for non-shit phone
« on: September 10, 2013, 09:44:10 pm »
I have an LG Optimus G and I really like it.  Battery life isn't great but it is decent.  Really quick and responsive but I just broke the digitizer :(  Now I need to order another one which is around $80.  That Ubuntu Edge looked pretty sweet though.

General Calculator Help / Re: New to calculators
« on: August 26, 2013, 09:48:44 pm »
I have an Nspire CX CAS and  I really like it. The problem being that ndless gets blocked almost every time TI updates the OS.  This currently isn't a problem for me since I'm on the older OS.  If you enjoy hacking and figuring out problems you could probably help find an exploit for ndless to work on the new OS.

The Nspire CX CAS supports LUA programming even though it is limited by TI so while you wait for ndless you could always work with lua.  It also has a strong processor,l probably better than every other calculator that is currently out.

The 89 titanium has lots of programs and it's screen is a lot better than that of an 84.  You can program the titanium in C TI Basic and I'm sure some more languages like assembly.

I would probably go with the Nspire CX CAS since I usually don't like buying something that is already outdated even if that meant waiting for an ndless exploit.  You could always buy used and ask the seller what OS is on the calculator.

For school an 84 might be best since almost all math teachers know how to use them.  With the Nspire I have to figure everything out on my own and no one else can help me since I'm the only person at my school with one.

I am also not an HP person but I know that engineers use HP calculators since I spoke with a couple and they all used the HP 50g.

Miscellaneous / Re: Anyone heard of ASCII?
« on: May 28, 2013, 02:02:44 am »
When I first read the title I thought that it was going to be some sort of joke not a serious question.  Anyway yes I have heard of ASCII and ASCII art.

I'd have to congratulate you on finding out what it was in 6th grade though. In 6th grade I was just watching youtube videos like <a href="">How To Be Ninja</a>.

Miscellaneous / Re: Yearbook
« on: May 22, 2013, 12:13:55 am »
I got a question. What would be in the year book?  Usually people have pictures of stuff that the school did throughout the year.  Would we have code in there?  I'm not sure what kind of pictures we'd be able to get unless those pictures are screen shots of calculator games or something along those lines.

Miscellaneous / Re: AP Tests
« on: May 04, 2013, 11:30:07 pm »
I'm just taking Chem and Computer Science.  I'm pretty sure I'll get a 5 in chem but my CS teacher sucks so I'll probably get a 3 on that.

Miscellaneous / Re: Girl and Calculator go to prom
« on: May 04, 2013, 10:22:47 pm »
Strange.  For some reason I thought this was about someone that asked a girl to prom using a calculator or at least that's what I hoped.

Miscellaneous / Re: Today is CISPA Blackout Day
« on: April 26, 2013, 02:44:16 am »
People will never stop trying to control the internet.  They already do to some extent too.

Luckily we as a people will never stop getting around the barriers they put up or even preventing them from putting them up in the first place.

Bills like this will get through at some point or another it's just a matter of when and how bad it really is going to affect us.  Although I don't like being controlled on the internet I think that it's bound to happen.  When it does I'm sure many people will protest including me.  The people will always win.  And if all else fails, there is a black market right, why can't there be a black internet if there already isn't one?

News / Re: TI-Nspire emulator for Android
« on: April 26, 2013, 02:37:37 am »
When I saw the video I thought it was an online emulator that he accessed on the web.  This seems pretty cool.

If anyone needs help testing I can probably test things out.

General Calculator Help / Re: Opening a TI-Nspire CX CAS
« on: April 19, 2013, 01:27:41 am »
Ahh I wasn't able to get the top clutch screws out.  I'll try again some other day with a different screw driver

I have a fear of stripping them.  They look really easy to strip.

News / Re: Kerm updates Graph3D with color
« on: April 19, 2013, 01:17:14 am »
Kerm is awesome!  Although I don't plan on getting an 84PCSE I'm sure the people that are sure appreciate it.

TI-Nspire / Re: A viewer of PDF
« on: April 15, 2013, 08:57:54 pm »
PDF reader for the Nspire?  That sounds useful.

One question I have is how would you format the pages to fit well on the screens of the Nspire?  You would need to do a lot of scrolling and side scrolling to be able to read which kind of sucks.

<b>EDIT:</b> I just realized that this thread was pretty old.  Is anyone working on this still?

General Calculator Help / Re: Opening a TI-Nspire CX CAS
« on: April 15, 2013, 08:04:59 pm »
So my trick doesn't work on CX CAS's.. my friend taught me it for opening Gamecubes, Yamashita. :) Well it's old but gold, but all it takes is creating a deeper crevice for it to be useless.

A tri-wing works on these, as will an appropriately sized philips head. But really, get a Torx 6.
So you lie and take credit for things that you didn't come up with?

_Nicco_  , did you succeed to remove the Clutch screw (near the battery) ?
I bet that theses are clutch but I'm not sure, they are so tiny ...

I'll try to remove the clutch screws after my homework gets done. 

After those screws should the top come right off?  Also do the clutch screws need to be put back in?

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