ticalc.org
Basics Archives Community Services Programming
Hardware Help About Search Your Account
   Home :: Community :: Surveys :: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Results
Choice Votes   Percent
Basicbuilder 40 58.0%   
Map2Go 14 20.3%   
Qs Moka 2.2 15 21.7%   

Survey posted 2004-12-27 05:07 by Jon.

Contribute ideas to surveys by sending a mail to survey@ticalc.org.

  Reply to this item

Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Jeremiah Walgren  Account Info
(Web Page)

Way to go BasicBuilder!

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 05:37 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Andree Chea  Account Info

I bet nearly every 83+/84+ user will vote for Basicbuilder :D. Go Basicbuilder!

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 05:52 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Konrad Meyer  Account Info
(Web Page)

On the contrary... I view it only as a way for BASIC spam to be packed into apps. I have seen/heard of/used/whatever something under ten useful basic programs (and of course, many more assembly ones).

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 20:40 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Jeremiah Walgren  Account Info
(Web Page)

You can't really blame the author for the way it's being used. I think it's pretty cool, but I guess most others don't. Oh well.

Reply to this comment    28 December 2004, 04:58 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Timmc Account Info
(Web Page)

On the contrary: you can free up that RAM by compiling your Basic programs into an APP using BasicBuilder. Hense using that ROM. I'd like to see BasicBuilder append a password to open these APPs though =P

Why are there only 3 programs to vote for? Aren't updates included? GO TICONNECT! GO!

Reply to this comment    29 December 2004, 06:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
calkfreak83  Account Info
(Web Page)

Why not just make your own password protect program and compile it with it...

Reply to this comment    29 December 2004, 16:23 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Lewk Of Serthic  Account Info
(Web Page)

I must agree with you, there.

Reply to this comment    29 December 2004, 07:07 GMT

Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
anykey  Account Info
(Web Page)

I voted for maps2go (spelling?) it was the most inventive choice. Basic Builder just gave basic programmers a chance to make crappy programs apps (link).

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 05:38 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
burntfuse  Account Info

BasicBuilder *is* a great idea, but unfortunately, that does seem like all it's being used for. :-/

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 21:24 GMT


basicbuilder
Axcho  Account Info

I used it for making animated screenshots of my basic programs with Virtual TI 3. You can only send apps to that version of VTI.

Reply to this comment    28 December 2004, 06:22 GMT


Re: basicbuilder
calkfreak83  Account Info
(Web Page)

Woh... never thought of that.

I might do that now; that's a good idea.

Reply to this comment    28 December 2004, 21:03 GMT

Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Barrett Anderson Account Info
(Web Page)

Forgot "No Opinion" again.

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 05:51 GMT


Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Sebastian Schmied Account Info
(Web Page)

I guess, everybody who reads this poll owns a PC?
Ah no, you're right. There's also Mac.

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 12:52 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
TI_fan Account Info
(Web Page)

Or you just have never used any of them and you think all of them suck.

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 17:42 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Barrett Anderson Account Info
(Web Page)

Exactly... I haven't used any of the three, so I have no idea which one is the best.

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 18:30 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Paul Houser Account Info
(Web Page)

PC = Personal Computer = Any computer that a person uses. Mac or Windows or Linux or Solaris or Amiga or ...

Besides, there was no Mac software featured this year.

Oh yeah, and go QsMoka!

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 20:16 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Sebastian Schmied Account Info
(Web Page)

Windows, Linux and Solaris are Operating Systems.
Macintosh, PC and Amiga are Computers. You can't call an Amiga or a Mac a PC.

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 21:33 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
MissingIntellect  Account Info
(Web Page)

An Amiga *is* a PC, it's just not a "PC". ;)

Reply to this comment    27 December 2004, 22:39 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
QuĂ©soft  Account Info
(Web Page)

The new beta of Moka now features a Linux/i386 build ...

If someone couldn't try it before because the only version available was on windows, he can now download the new version and try it before voting ...

(the url is provided above)

Reply to this comment    28 December 2004, 05:00 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Paul Houser Account Info
(Web Page)

Touche.

Reply to this comment    28 December 2004, 14:34 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Paul Houser Account Info
(Web Page)

Although I may have been wrong on my terminology, I still contend that Macs/Amigas are PCs, as PC = Personal Computer. The computer you are calling a PC is more correctly referred to the "x86" platform.

Reply to this comment    28 December 2004, 14:37 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Timmc Account Info
(Web Page)

Apple PC with MacOS installed on one partition, Win98 on the other. THAT'S confusing. =P
PC = Pretty crap Computer
They should retail Servers as PCs and drop the whole gimmick of half-arsed hardware.

Reply to this comment    29 December 2004, 06:54 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Favorite PC Program for 2004?
Paul Houser Account Info
(Web Page)

Wha? Is that possible? I suppose there are Windows emulators for Unix, and MacOSX runs on Unix, but there's a different hardware archetecture. How is this possible? Gaaah!!

Reply to this comment    29 December 2004, 12:13 GMT

1  2  

You can change the number of comments per page in Account Preferences.

  Copyright © 1996-2012, the ticalc.org project. All rights reserved. | Contact Us | Disclaimer