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86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Posted by Nick on 15 June 2000, 21:28 GMT

ACZ's 86 Central has now become a part of Jimi Malcolm's The Guide, located at guide.ticalc.org. This should provide an extensive tutorial archive for any developers who are looking to write assembly programs. This change was caused by Matt Johnson, who wanted to close 86 Central, still keeping all the articles public and intact. Many thanks to Matt, David Phillips, and Dux Gregis for all their help.

 


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Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
James abba shalaka Rubingh  Account Info
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Did anyone ever notice that the guide looks horrible in netscape?

     15 June 2000, 21:37 GMT

Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
MathJMendl  Account Info
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Nope, I usually use IE, but the dropdown tables are probably even worse. Whoever coded them made it so that they collapse if the mouse isn't over text, as opposed to off the box, so it just collapses randomly.

     16 June 2000, 00:33 GMT


Re: Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Vejita  Account Info
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Well, actually, the problem is not that the mouse moves off the text..but if you go off and then come back on, the menu closes.

-Corey

     16 June 2000, 07:34 GMT


I Fixed The Problem....
Jefferson_Airplane  Account Info
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I fixed the .js file and sent it to Jimi Malcom yesterday. He hasn't fixed it as of yet.

     1 July 2000, 21:11 GMT


Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
ajaisharma13

Has anyone played monkeybomb it is the bomb!!!!!!!!! I love that game I am surprised that it did not get a feature on ticalc. I am currently porting it to asm with a bunch of new stuff. Oh yeah whoever made the hi-lo sprite thingy that is the bomb

     17 June 2000, 18:45 GMT

Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
alex cooke  Account Info

cool! now they can team up!

     15 June 2000, 21:37 GMT

Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Reno  Account Info

I've always enjoyed going to the 86 central to learn some 86 asm. Is there a possibility anybody will be updating 86 central at the new location?

     15 June 2000, 21:38 GMT

Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Tim Buckingham  Account Info
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*cough* Matt Johnson wanted to close TI-86 central a year or two ago =P David Phillips supposedly was going to maintain it after that. Oh well, if it's updated more at the new site, I'll be happy, as long as the content is the same quality as TI-86 Central's standard.

     16 June 2000, 00:27 GMT


Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Vejita  Account Info
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I couldn't convince anyone to update or redo...no matter the help given. Matt decided to do this on his own. They all just gave up on everything.

     16 June 2000, 07:13 GMT

Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
DanTheTubaMan  Account Info

Is this really news. Does anyone really care except for the very few posters in here? Fake news is better than this crap.

     16 June 2000, 05:26 GMT

Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
James abba shalaka Rubingh  Account Info
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Obviously it's news. 86 central was a GREAT site for 86 assembly coders to learn advanced things about the 86. For a while it was the only source of good tutorials on the subject, and a lot of people learned a lot of stuff from it (including myself).

Is it really worth complaining about the news article? Geez

     16 June 2000, 05:34 GMT


Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Nick Disabato  Account Info
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You, sir, do not code anything.
In assembly, at least.

--BlueCalx

     16 June 2000, 05:57 GMT


Re: Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
DanTheTubaMan  Account Info

Actually, I code assembly. Nothing much but a little. I don't really care much for assembly. It's just boring. I'm more interested i the new DNA computing thats out there. Biology-especially micro biology with someday replace the silicon in our computers and I plan on being there to help. I'll learn assembly (well that is) later. Right now, I'm sticking to DNA, cells, and molecules.

     16 June 2000, 21:14 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Jonah Cohen  Account Info
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Click the (Web Page) link and never return.

     16 June 2000, 22:12 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
Free_Bird Account Info
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DNA for computers sux! Duh. It's for living stuff, and you know how stupid humans are...

     16 June 2000, 23:17 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
AttilaThePun  Account Info

I have to agree, bud. Z80 asm is cool in a way (when u coonsider how u can manipulate your calc), but it is sooo easy...
While I might contribute an OS extension or something, I am not all that interested in spending large amounts of time. And I am still new! This IS the initial blast of excitement!
P.S. Watch for new TI-86 utilities after summer 2004 (will need that much time).

     2 February 2004, 14:27 GMT

Crash
Ranfinity  Account Info

i know this is off topic but you can delete it after you read in but i found the HLLT.Irok Virus in the latest version of crash.

     17 June 2000, 09:32 GMT


Re: Crash
AttilaThePun  Account Info

I'm not surprised. BTW, while there isn't exactly a virus in the TI-86 AsmOS shell (claims to be an OS patch that allows u to use asm programs w/o the Asm( command), it will f**** up your calc BIG TIME. I had trouble just getting it to reset the mem.

     2 February 2004, 14:30 GMT

Re: 86 Central Content Now At guide.ticalc.org
tankrshr77

What is this? Site only works correctly in IE 4 or higher? You guys are really bowing down to Bill Gates. What about all us linux users out here?

I would suggest not using proprietary html code.

     17 June 2000, 15:27 GMT

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