Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!
As the description advertises, this shell offers everything a user or programmer needs to either build a program, or run one.
The controls are very easy to use, as it now utilizes a cursor style navigation over the mouse setup the predecessor versions of Doors had. While I enjoyed the mouse interface, I understand from Kerm's viewpoint why we are now using this cursor set up, and it works very well.
Doors CSE has a pleasing overall look to it, with nifty icons inside menus, and the ability to display custom icons inside program headers.
From all the programs I've tried running with Doors CSE, I've run into no issues. And the beautiful thing about using DCSE, your oncalc basic editor gets enhanced to properly scroll with alpha lock enabled, and even gives you an extra line of code to view.
Doors CSE also gives a myriad of libraries for BASIC and asm programmers alike, which allows us programmers to create bigger and better programs than we ever could on other calculators.
DCSE will stay on my TI-84+ Color for a long time to come, and will be recommended to anyone that also has this calculator.