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Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Posted by Andy on 4 August 2001, 17:37 GMT

Well, I don't post much news, but here goes: Joel Thompson writes that Thomas Nussbaumer has updated the ebook reader to TICT eBook-Reader v1.80. He has also released TIGCC Tools Suite v0.99.10 Official Beta . The ebook reader contains a correction to a bug which caused a crash if 'x' followed by '=' was pressed.

Update (Nick B.): Also from Thomas, the ExtGraph library for TI-GCC was updated, as well as a new game! TI-TimeWaste, for both the 89 and 92+, is a game where one tries to get five pieces in a row in any direction, but every time you move a piece that does not result in a line, 3 new pieces appear.

 


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Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Hexalon  Account Info

finall tom said he uploaded the files 4 weeks ago.

     4 August 2001, 19:04 GMT

Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
ASM_MASTER Account Info

Good. It's nice to know that there's one less bug out there.

1st post.

     4 August 2001, 19:05 GMT


Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
no_one_2000_  Account Info

You missed it.

     6 August 2001, 15:52 GMT

Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Peter Martijn Kuipers  Account Info

WOW! A new news item, last one was about 2 weeks old

     4 August 2001, 19:18 GMT


Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Tijl Coosemans  Account Info

Well, maybe there's a quiet season in calc-land too...

     4 August 2001, 19:45 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Peter Martijn Kuipers  Account Info

Think so.. maybe it's called 'vacation'

     4 August 2001, 21:25 GMT

Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
DWedit  Account Info
(Web Page)

Off topic:

Has anyone seen the site, ticalk.org?

two words... RIP OFF!!!

     4 August 2001, 20:29 GMT


Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
mbuchman  Account Info

ha. 3 more words, lack of content.

     5 August 2001, 01:57 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
lord_nightrose Account Info
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3 more words: Server Not Found

     5 August 2001, 05:11 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
DWedit  Account Info
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Figures... Crappy Site gets deleted.

     5 August 2001, 06:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
mbuchman  Account Info
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it worked for me... just click on my url thing above

     5 August 2001, 07:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
GundamMan69  Account Info
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did you say ti-cock.org?

     5 August 2001, 05:13 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
no_one_2000_  Account Info

There's a ti-cock.org? Scary.

     11 August 2001, 17:13 GMT

Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Thomas Nussbaumer  Account Info
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There is also a new version of the ExtGraph library (Windows Assembly Utilities) waiting in your file archive queue as well as a new game called TI-TimeWaste (TI-89/TI-92p Assembly Games). Actually the files can be downloaded only from the TiCT-HQ at http://tict.ticalc.org

     4 August 2001, 20:33 GMT


Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
jeff m  Account Info

Time waste was added to the archive today.

     5 August 2001, 03:18 GMT

Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
ti86programmer  Account Info

Finally ticalc updates... I haven't seen anything on the Assembly-86 newsletter in over a week either. What's up with all this?

     5 August 2001, 00:58 GMT


Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
GavinO  Account Info
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Hmmm. Assembly 83 cut off too, with some threads of discussion still un-concluded. Wierd.

     5 August 2001, 15:14 GMT

Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Tijl Coosemans  Account Info

Now to all those who complained about the delay in file uploading, thank him who just did an amazing job satisfying you all.

     5 August 2001, 12:18 GMT

Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
GundamMan69  Account Info
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Hmm...i uploaded 4 of my new progams about a month agao,they never showed up,i tryed again 2 weeks ago,still nothing,it seems like they only want programs now from the good ppl

     5 August 2001, 16:26 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Peter Martijn Kuipers  Account Info

Maybe they have some kind of positive feedback loop:
If you make good programs, your's get downloaded often,
if your files get downloaded often, they get posted faster, so more people download them,
and so on, and so on

     5 August 2001, 22:29 GMT


Re: Re: Thomas Nussbaumer Updates
Keltus  Account Info

thanks for updating the programs!

     5 August 2001, 23:21 GMT


7 level grayscale on HW2 89?
Konstantin Beliakov  Account Info
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I know my comment isn't supposed to be here, I just didn't know where else to ask this question and have it answered. Well, some people such as author of graphlib claim that 7 level grayscale is possible on HW2 is this true? I just haven't found anything to confirm this, so I'm asking you all.
Thanks.

     6 August 2001, 05:04 GMT


Re: 7 level grayscale on HW2 89?
lord_nightrose Account Info
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Technically, it's not true 8-level grayscale (white is the 8th gray level). It's a combination of four black-and-white buffers, each displayed two-at-a-time for a very brief time in a loop. In nearly the same way that BASIC programmers can attempt to make grayscale by showing two pictures repeated very quickly, Assembly and C programmers can simulate 8-level grayscale.

     11 August 2001, 09:43 GMT


Re: Re: 7 level grayscale on HW2 89?
Konstantin Beliakov  Account Info
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I know that. The only thing I don't understand is why it works on HW1 and doesn't on HW2?

     12 August 2001, 00:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: 7 level grayscale on HW2 89?
Paulo Marques  Account Info

from what i remember, it is because the video memory (or memory access, i don't remember which 89 has) is accessed via a different chip on HW2, which causes a timing conflict.
then again, maybe i'm making it up without knowing, you've been warned...

     12 August 2001, 04:09 GMT

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