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TI-Nspire / Re: nPDF - A document viewer for the Nspire
« on: November 27, 2015, 08:34:09 pm »

@davy39, @matteob92 Sorry for not replying, I just haven't been on Omnimaga lately. I noticed the GitHub issue, though.

You can see the explanation for the scrolling behavior here:
I updated nPDF to MuPDF 1.8. EPUB and HTML do not work at the moment because of this bug in MuPDF.

I think I'll make a "0.4 beta" release soon, it's been a while since the last release.

Don't worry my friend, I contacted you also through private message and in I first time I believed you would have been kidnapped, but yesterday I saw your answers on Github that heartened me :)
I read in minute detail the 3 new issues opened on nPDF page and my opinions are :
1) about scrolling behaviour I agree with your proposal of a config option leaving to the final user the choice to set scrolling mode as he prefer
2) about the epub reading, if I understood well you have an idea how to fix it, and also if it redoubles the size of nPDF.tns I think you could release a test build for giving this possibility to consumers that want to try epub dynamic rendering during zooming!
3) about the search function when I run for the first time nPDF I was sure it would be yet implemented, I think it's a fundamental function and standing at your words that 'should be easy to do' I'm very faithful.
Your last release 0.3 is dated January of this year if I remember well, I would absolutely love a new beta version with the MuPDF updated (seems yet done standing at the Github), also because I'm very satisfied using that app to view PDFs into my Android devices, and in the meanwhile I received this comment from you I've crucified every developer or also user that could have helped teaching me how to update that blessed MuPDF library :)

TI-Nspire / Re: nTxt - Nspire Text Editor
« on: November 26, 2015, 03:03:50 am »
You need to press 7 and ctrl at the same time, like on a computer. Did you do that?
No, was that my mystake : yesterday I found myself the solution, I was pressing before ctrl and then the number assigned thinking the calc would have memorized the blue ctrl featured as it does into math mode for 2nd functions on a key, and not at same time as you said.
Now for not make a mistake I before keep ctrl and then I push the key assigned to the option I want, this morning I payed attention to the readme.txt included and I must admit the program is great :)
I nave only a suggestion for when the document has a line enough long : I see tab key introduces much spacing but I think could be more useful to horizontal scrolling (for example, I see that a line could own till 40 characters, we could set it to scroll of 35 characters to the right and in this way we could view the whole content quickly, because the pad that goes on of 1 character/time is very low).
Have you an idea how to remap this key?

TI-Nspire / Re: nPDF - A document viewer for the Nspire
« on: November 25, 2015, 10:06:55 am »
Thanks a lot Legimet for this update! Going to a number of page is really usefull. I can't wait for the next features!
By the way, to make work it, I had to change the ndless.cfg and to replace .pdf=nPDF by .pdf=nPDF.prg
You have to use "npdf.prg.tns" as you're not using the latest ndless version (you'll also have to change ndless.cfg.tns).
I'm on OS ndless-ed yesterday : taking again ndless.cfg from it's zip I was finally able to open PDF (I had renamed it and before it gave me the error message of file not supported) but the problem is that after opening the file is blocked on first page, I can't do more such as scrolling or opening a menu.
I have to downgrade to 3.6, and overclock using Nover?
The file using as attempt isn't heavy, just 180Kb compressed online..

EDIT : I found controls
But when I zoom an area, I'm not able to scroll the whole pdf : suggestions?

TI-Nspire / Re: nTxt - Nspire Text Editor
« on: November 25, 2015, 09:53:31 am »
Yesterday I've updated my CX CAS to OS and ndless-ed it : if I go to [2] Documents -> ndless and open nTXT.tns, after clicking 'menu' and then 'Open Ctrl+0', after opening a file *.txt.tns that could be into the same folder or another creating by me I'm able to view its content, but the problem is that I can't use Ctrl's shortcuts.
For example, if I want to 'go to start of document' as indicated into readme.txt included in nTxt21'zip file, I press Ctrl+7 but I obtain only a '7' written into the document, as you can see here :
Where's my error?

Casio Calculators / Re: Who can send me an OS file(02.04) for 9860
« on: November 24, 2015, 05:33:15 am »
Till today I was sure my fx-9860GII SD was updated to latest version, instead I have just checked discovering I have 'only' version.
I found also update for other add-in such as Geometry and Physium, and found new such as E-CON2(EA-200) and Probability Simulation.
My only doubt is if app that works on 2.02 will also on 2.04, especially Noteview and ftune..

EDIT: ftune confirmed working on 2.04 standing at its official page

TI-Nspire / Re: nPDF - A document viewer for the Nspire
« on: November 19, 2015, 06:55:35 am »
@davy39 unfortunately I haven't found yet the time to downgrade to 3.6 due to exams :(
However I appreciate your proposals, @Legimet could give us a signal? :)

TI-Nspire / Re: nTxt - Nspire Text Editor
« on: November 09, 2015, 05:06:17 am »
With 'built-in documents' I meant the document editors that are part of the operating system of the Nspire.
Understood, and in which way I could take advantage of them?
Have you a tutorial?

TI-Nspire / Re: nTxt - Nspire Text Editor
« on: November 05, 2015, 11:27:33 am »

Hi matteob92. I actually haven't worked on nTxt during this year, for multiple reasons. Firstly, studying at university left me with almost no time for programming. Secondly, I didn't know what to do next with nTxt: all the features I had suggested back then are almost useless without unicode support, and implementing that would require too much work. Also, pdfs or the built-in documents are better suited for most usage cases of those things.
If you want something added, you cann suggest it and maybe I'll do it, or implement it yourself, the code is on github ;)

Unfortunately I could suspect it reading your post #152, fortunately you're still there after a year!
I understood your reasons, probably you're right about pdfs (but I don't know what you mean for 'built-in documents')
Honestly I would receive my first TI-nspire CX CAS probably tomorrow : is used, give me the time to downgrade OS and install Ndless 3.6 and I'll report to you suggestions/idea if I something of interesting ;)
About github, you have a private message :(

TI-Nspire / Re: nTxt - Nspire Text Editor
« on: November 03, 2015, 09:35:48 am »
Nice, thanks.

I merged the pull request and removed some of the things with a comment "unused ?". Some others of them aren't really unused, though.
Hi lkj, is passed more than a year till today : have you some news, I hope positively? :)

TI-Nspire / Re: nPDF - A document viewer for the Nspire
« on: November 03, 2015, 05:54:47 am »
@mechnesium: I am not working on nPDF right now due to lack of time, but pull requests and bug reports are welcome :)
Hi Legimet, from your last message are skimmed through 7 months..
I discovered nspire's world from nearly a week, I'll receive my first CX CAS this one, but I'm just registered to the forum because I found your project very interesting : clicking on links on your website, I see that libraries you have included are often updated!
So I'm here to ask you if you could bring us a new version of the app (I think more recent muPDF's files could improving speed/scrolling during reading), or teaching me how to do it to keep the project alive :)

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