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TI-Nspire Updates
Posted by Michael on 30 November 2007, 21:21 GMT

There are several new developments with the TI-Nspire to report today. First, a new version of the Nspire operating system was released on August 30 but went unnoticed. It fixes bugs and finally adds some actual programming capability (such as a Disp function).

Secondly, the TI-Nspire Computer Link software is now available on TI's site.

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Re: TI-Nspire Updates
Kevin Ouellet Account Info
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Thats a good start at least. One day maybe it will support most of the 83+ style BASIC functions and maybe there will be ASM doc avaliable.

And on a off-topic note at least there is still news being posted . Now if only archive would be updated on a normal basis...

Reply to this comment    30 November 2007, 21:40 GMT

Re: TI-Nspire Updates
elfprince13 Account Info
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asm docs would be nice to

Reply to this comment    1 December 2007, 00:45 GMT


Re: Re: TI-Nspire Updates
Brandon Wilson  Account Info
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Will never happen.

Reply to this comment    1 December 2007, 16:56 GMT

Re: TI-Nspire Updates
Lewk Of Serthic  Account Info

Rather annoying that TI seems to purposely make it a pain to program this thing but at least it's something...

Reply to this comment    1 December 2007, 08:05 GMT


Re: Re: TI-Nspire Updates
El_Diablo  Account Info
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They purposely made it a pain to program the old 92's, and someone found a loophole, so why can't history repeat itself?

Reply to this comment    5 December 2007, 18:22 GMT


Re: Re: Re: TI-Nspire Updates
Brandon Wilson  Account Info
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It will.

Reply to this comment    6 December 2007, 19:26 GMT

Re: TI-Nspire Updates
nonexistent Account Info

Why would they make it a pain to program at all? Only reason I can think of is so that they can hand out Apps on their website and look all amazing.

Reply to this comment    12 December 2007, 00:48 GMT

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