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News / Re: An Informal Chat with Peter Balyta - Cemetech
« on: April 07, 2014, 08:43:36 am »
This had been done weeks ago on TI-Planet, and as far as I know it hadn't been newsed about here, which is your right:

But now that you've newsed about something similar, not even a single link to the anterior information in the news is not normal.

I suppose it hasn't been done on purpose of course, and I expect more professional news in the future if the new Omnimaga newsers want the site to keep its reference position in the TI community, a reputation I've contributed to build with my many years of volunteer work here.

TI-Nspire / Re: nPDF - A document viewer for the Nspire
« on: March 28, 2014, 04:24:00 am »
You allready have a working PDF solution, joeym, with mViewer GX:

News / Re: Ndless 3.6 becomes reality!
« on: March 16, 2014, 08:09:51 pm »
@The_King (hking1) Great ! :D
Any comment on the tutorial ?
You're one of the first one to use it, so it would be quite useful to improve it for future users.

No, you still cannot Nlaunch OS 3.6 CAS on a non-CAS Nspire.

News / Re: Ndless 3.6 becomes reality!
« on: March 16, 2014, 06:46:51 pm »
Will Nover work on this? I tried putting it on Ndless 3.6 but it said it only reads tns files... but the nover file was a tns file...

Nover works. :)

News / Re: Ndless 3.6 becomes reality!
« on: March 16, 2014, 06:41:34 pm »
Thanks for the link, after I get to step D8 and the message "Operating System not found. Install OS now." appears what do I do?
D8) Send then the parent folder file matching your calculator model:
  • CX CAS:   'nlaunch.tcc'
  • CX:   'nlaunch.tco'
  • CAS:   'nlaunch.tnc'
  • Nspire:   'nlaunch.tno'
I don't understand what its telling me to do... parent folder file?

Edit: I tried dragging the nlauch.tcc file onto the root of my calculator but it returns to the "Operating System not found. Install OS now."

When you're reading this, on the computer you should be in a 'CAS' or 'non-CAS' subfolder.
So you go back to its parent folder where you'll find the required file.

If the calculator goes back to the "OS not found" string, then something went wrong.
You should restart part D.

News / Re: Ndless 3.6 becomes reality!
« on: March 15, 2014, 07:07:04 pm »
does it support gba  and gbc emulators and nlaunch

Check the list of Ndless 3.1 programs which have been updated or need to be updated for Ndless 3.6:

If the program you're thinking about is not in those lists, then it works directly. ;)

News / Re: Smf Upgrade - The Dawn of a New Era
« on: March 13, 2014, 05:53:15 pm »
Quote from: Omnimaga: The Coders Of Tomorrow

You have received a warning for insulting other users and/or staff members. Please cease these activities and abide by the forum rules otherwise we will take further action.

The Omnimaga: The Coders Of Tomorrow Team.

Oh great.
Then first, the modo or admin who did this is going to take the courage of identifying himself here, instead of cowardly hiding behind a generic admin account.
Then he's going to explain his reasons, because I don't understand anything in that generic PM.

Second, you are going to cancel this immediately.
It's my right to reply when I'm being attacked. And it's your fault for keeping this post online.
Did DJ_O get a warning too for attacking and insulting me?

Quote me where I've been insulting him by just saying.

If you did moderate DJ_O post correctly, then I would never have needed to reply.
As soon as you choose to keep his post onlin, I have the right to reply.

So please, do your job properly and stop punishing victims instead of protecting them.


News / Re: Smf Upgrade - The Dawn of a New Era
« on: March 13, 2014, 05:42:25 pm »
@Art_of_camelot When I'm being attacked, I just feel I have the right to reply, at least once.
Don't worry, I have no intention of adding anything unless it becomes needed again. :)

I'd just like to point out that it's just not the first time those last months that DJ_O comes complaining on Omnimaga about french words he misunderstood on TI-Planet or Omnimaga, from me or from other TI-Planet staff.

News / Re: Smf Upgrade - The Dawn of a New Era
« on: March 13, 2014, 04:26:36 pm »
What I was stating DJ, is that with the way you're taking care of problems you are just making things worse and adding more ressentment to already existing ressentment
What's your goal here ?

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
I am not slandering anyone, I am simply stating the truth.
Wrong. Or you wouldn't have mentionned Cemetech.
You don't know the truth behind this. You just know what you've been told.

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
Besides, if you guys are allowed to say anything bad against Omni, then why should I restrain myself?
1st: nothing bad was said against Omni. You should reread.
2nd: this in no way gives you the right to slander and report lies or incorrect fact

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
Free speech is equal for everyone, not just the TI-Planet team. Stop trying to silence me when you find pleasure in bashing us.
Are you mad?
I find no pleasure in bashing Omnimaga and I did never bash Omnimaga.
If you want to understand, just use your brain - things are quite simple.

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
Also, just to tell you are trying to silence me, you locked the TI-Planet topic
Locking the topic was not my decision.
And it's in no way a reason to come complaining here and reporting lies, like an immature teenage boy.

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
yet the TI-Planet team still continues participating in it with no way for anyone else to defend Omni. Well, guess what? I'm gonna silence you too: Welcome to my ignore list (yes, SMF2 now has a forum ignore list)!
Oh yes... you're really going to solve problems like this... just go on... (sarcastic)

Then I can see no point in creating a problem in this topic first. What's your goal?<

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
The libel I am talking about was found in this post:


Si Omni décline d'autant plus, ca sera vraiment de leur faute (et le pire c'est qu'il ont l'air de s'en foutre).

Ma foi, on pourra pas dire/reprocher qu'on n'a pas essayé de leur proposer une solution (url rewriting etc.) et au moins de leur faire voir les problèmes.

1st, I'm not the one who did write this.
So you're doing exactly what you're blaming us for and that we didn't do: instead of mentionning the poster, you're speaking of the whole TI-Planet community or team.
So you post was totally inappropriate.

2nd, I can see no libel - it's just facts.

3rd, just read the previous posts instead of quoting out of context - that's not very honest from you.
The comment was clearly intended at some Omnimaga admin.

I'm not answering the next part, or I'm going to say things about Eeems, and I don't want to add another out of topic problem to your out of topic problem.

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga
TI-Planet admins always act like they are perfect and never do anything wrong in the way that if we badmouth them, they immediately accuse the other party of slander and then wash their hands from anything they said. This is what killed the Omni/Cemetech vs TI-Planet partnership (just the JsTIfied incident and attacks against Kerm were the most retarded things I ever seen in the TI community). If you all stopped blaming Omnimaga/Cemetech admins for all of your problems and started accepting the fact that Omni and Cemetech can be ran the way they want, then maybe the sites would still be partners today.

Oh yes, we're at lies and slanders again...
Please link me any attack against KermM or immediately remove your slandering post.
And also link or quote where I'm stating I'm perfect.

Cemetech and Omnimaga can be run the way they want.
Where did you imagine anything else ?

But this in no way gives the right to an Omnimaga admin to make an arrogant reply.

Thanks to the Omnimaga team for accepting my reply post.

News / Re: Smf Upgrade - The Dawn of a New Era
« on: March 13, 2014, 02:56:20 pm »
@DJ_O Please stop increasing problems by reporting lies or exagerated things.  That's slander.
You're not helping the TI community.
Thank you.

You don't know what has happened.

I can see no post on TI-Planet bashing the Omnimaga community, as it is in no way reponsible for the admins behaviour.

General Calculator Help / Re: .pdf and TI-Nspire CX?
« on: March 05, 2014, 08:33:49 am »
For the moment the first public nPDF build is a great achievement, but is neither stable, nor user friendly.
We've waiting for the next update.

And even if Ndless 3.2.4 was being released, it would probably get blocked by TI again in a couple of months.
In the current context, nPDF cannot be a long term solution.

News / Re: OS 4.2 for the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition released
« on: March 05, 2014, 04:46:20 am »
Thanks for the news and source. :)

This piece of news should go brown text. :P
It's quite real, though. Version 4.2 as of February 27. (So we're a bit late on finding this out ;) )

The date indicated on TI website is neither the date the new file did appear on TI webpage (only yesterday) nor the build date which is internally set to January 17th 2014.

It might be the date the file was validated for release. So they took something like a month to test and validate the file, and then some days to update the page.

General Calculator Help / Re: .pdf and TI-Nspire CX?
« on: February 24, 2014, 06:34:05 am »
You can now just convert your images and PDF files online :

You don't need Ndless anymore ;)

News / Re: HP Prime Wireless Kit announced, but no release date
« on: February 22, 2014, 06:09:32 pm »
Nice find ! :D

But I'm pretty sure it's an error.
It's not the only error in the video ;)

News / Re: HP Prime Wireless Kit announced, but no release date
« on: February 22, 2014, 04:50:58 pm »
The HP-Prime comes with a 1500mAh battery (and the TI-Nspire CX with 1200mAh).
Although it's true that you can replace it with a Samsung Galaxy S3 battery, I've never heard of 5000mAh batteries - only up to 4000mAh. But anyway, extended capacity batteries just won't fit in the HP-Prime, because they are much thicker and  the connector is on the wrong side of the battery.
If you want to know more:

A hack to program in C/C++ doesn't exist for now.

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