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Ndless / Re: would you update to ndless 3.6?
« on: February 05, 2014, 10:23:38 am »
I wouldn't install it, but that's because I don't have an Nspire :P

TI-Nspire / Re: Easiest way to install CAS on Ti NSpire Cx
« on: January 30, 2014, 02:07:54 pm »
I think have another way, I have software 3.0 on a CD, if I reinstall software on my computer the os on calc go downgrade? Answer me please at this question and previous, faster than you can! Thanks!
No. The software your computer runs doesn't affect which OSes your calc will accept.

General Discussion / Re: music
« on: January 26, 2014, 04:09:48 pm »
I'd like you to please read our <a href=;sa=page;p=2>rules page</a> please though. Uploading copyrighted materials is against Omnimaga rules, so I had to remove your file.
I'd be surprised if that file really did contain any copyrighted audio, since it only was 4 kilobytes :)

Web Programming and Design / Re: What if YouTube worked on the 83+?
« on: January 16, 2014, 10:14:34 am »
It works nicely, but I think the videos could look better if it used dithering.

Computer Projects and Ideas / Re: Sorunomes IRC Bots
« on: January 06, 2014, 02:23:45 pm »
But how will that prevent me from uploading a rickroll to my own channel and naming it into something else so that I can trick people? :P

The Axe Parser Project / Re: Axe Parser on 84+CSE ?
« on: December 28, 2013, 02:22:08 pm »
no cause pixel format are different. On non-color calc, pixel are one bit, but on color calc I guess it's 8 bit. So you really need to recode all graphic command, and not only changing screen dim.
It's 16-bit, but yes, all graphics-related code needs to be redone. Also, on the 84+CSE, it's impossible to keep a full-resolution screen buffer in RAM like Axe does (150 KiB is needed, but the calc only has 128 KiB), so even the general method of rendering has to be changed. I think there are some differences in how you interface with the LCD too, but that's not really a problem since everything has to be recoded anyway.

ASM / Re: I need to load page x of an app without calling code.
« on: December 14, 2013, 03:23:19 pm »
I haven't programmed in assembly, but couldn't you check what page you start running from and then change page relatively?

General Calculator Help / Re: New CX CAS OS......Worth upgrading?
« on: December 11, 2013, 10:34:18 am »
By the way, I don't know what "Ndless" is and am not a Lua coder.....
Did I just screw myself or not?
Ndless is an exploit that allows running native code, so you need it if you want to run programs written in C/assembly.

Gaming Discussion / Re: 3DS Friend Codes
« on: December 07, 2013, 07:35:22 am »
Actually, NNID is coming to 3DS this month.
Does it mean old games will support them too?
Nintendo hasn't confirmed that it will be used for anything other than linking eShop funds and Miiverse, so my guess is that it won't be used for the friend list.

HP Calculators / Re: Hp Prime Questions and Help
« on: December 05, 2013, 10:07:07 am »
This is my question: What are the advantages of the HP PRIME in relative to the TI-NSPIRE and CASIO PRIZM?
Less locked down and its on-calc language is much more complete and faster than the disaster that is TI-Nspire Basic.
Much faster than the disaster that is graphics in Prizm Casio-BASIC too :)

Calculator C / Re: Interested in C Development for Nspire CX CAS
« on: December 05, 2013, 09:59:40 am »
I'm sorry I'm not sure what you were referring to in you edits. Are suggesting you have one of the newer models and it worked for you?
I think those edits were supposed to be in
Theoretically how old of a model should I be looking for? I was interested in that one due to a backlight and rechargeable battery.
There are definitely calcs of this model that work, you just need one that's produced earlier. I can't remember when they changed the hardware, though.

Other Calculators / Re: AlphaCS - ClrDraw
« on: November 22, 2013, 05:19:38 pm »
Haha thanks!
I could do that for BASIC programs but I don't think I would be able to read the asm Mirage and Doors program icons... I tried and the documentation confused me too much  *.*
The format is actually pretty simple. If the first line is ::DCS, the second line is an 8x8 icon. If the first line is ::DCS6, the second line is a 16x16 icon. If the first line is a colon followed by a string and the second line starts with a colon, the second line contains a 16x16 icon after the colon. All icons are hex encoded and stored in strings.

Other / Re: Wanting to get a desktop
« on: November 20, 2013, 09:17:09 am »
Isn't SSD lifetime reduced only during defragmenting anyway? For TI calculators, the Flash chip was apparently weared out only by garbage collecting and defragmenting, not by archiving/unarchiving/flash unlock, from what I remember.
SSD lifetime is reduced when you delete something from it. On TI calculators, deletion only happens when you defrag/GC (since variables only are marked as deleted otherwise). On PCs, things are a bit different. Instead of copying everything, deleting the original and then writing everything back, PCs can delete individual files pretty much whenever. This is much more efficient since you're just erasing a small part of flash. Also, since PC file systems are more advanced than VAT, files can be split up into multiple segments and still work just fine (though this is pretty slow on regular hard drives because of seek times, and that's why those need defragging).
I hope it'll be able to run Wabbitemu D:
Maybe it'll even be able to beat my Pentium 4 that manages to run Wabbitemu at full speed :P

TI Z80 / Re: [Axe] Ikaruga X
« on: November 12, 2013, 03:10:53 pm »
Streetwalker wrong again :P each kana has an exact romaji (latin) equivalent, and konnichiwa is written ko-n-ni-chi-wa :P </offtopic>
Funnily enough, this is one of the few words where the kana spelling is irregular, so no, they don't have exact equivalents :P
こんにち = konnichiha (or konnitiha), but pronounced (and often written in romaji) konnichiwa
<even more offtopic>try finding a romanization of a standalone っ</even more offtopic>

News / Re: Casio PRIZM OS 2.00 released
« on: November 05, 2013, 03:07:22 pm »
On the PRIZM (when running at 58 MHz), it takes 60 seconds. D:
That looks pretty horrible, indeed!? Are you sure there aren't other drawing commands available? :(
There are others, but all of them are horribly slow. Of course, drawing something like a line is much faster than drawing 200 pixels individually, but drawing lines on the Prizm is still slower than drawing lines on a TI z80.

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