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MirageOS v1.2 Released
Posted by Michael on 15 May 2004, 03:25 GMT

Detached Solutions has released the eagerly anticipated update to its popular flash shell, MirageOS. MirageOS v1.2 fixes all problems with BASIC programs crashing the calculator, sorts programs faster, has a "smart writeback" for archived programs, and is compatible with the TI-84 Plus.

The sorting is incredibly fast - from 3.5 minutes to 5 seconds on my calculator.

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Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
fkdiii  Account Info

overall id say this is a great program, however within 5 minites ive already found a bug. the omnicalc custom menu cant be accessed and will instead delete your ram (on an se) anyway. it may be small but a bug nevertheless

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 01:28 GMT

Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
Andree Chea  Account Info

What do you mean? I own a silver 1.15 and MY custom menu doesn't crash. In fact, I haven't found anything conflicting between MOS 1.2 or Omnicalc 1.1.

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 14:45 GMT

Re: Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
fkdiii  Account Info

I just deleted the appvars for both and it works fine
but now i cant store pictures. by the way i have 1.16 if it makes a difference

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 21:00 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
CalcKing Account Info

What do you mean you can't store pictures?

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 21:20 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
fkdiii  Account Info

every time i went to store a pic my ram deleted. but then i just archived everything and deleted my ram and it works fine now.

Reply to this comment    18 May 2004, 23:34 GMT


Re: Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
CalcKing Account Info

No problems on my SE 1.16 either.

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 21:17 GMT

Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
TheCalcGenius  Account Info
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it doesn't look like it's from mirageOS because mine works fine as well...check if you have any other apps that make appvars and fiddle around for a while (yay RAM recovery on SE!!)

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 23:12 GMT


Re: Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
Lewk Of Serthic Account Info

Graph^3 has crashed my calc more time then I can count (although I still keep it to impress my math teacher :))

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 23:55 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
Nick_S  Account Info

yeah, that app has some bugs that really can fuck up your calc, Idk it prob messed with some internal OS flags or somethin. My calc got constant ram clears(for reason that made NO sense at all, for example gping inot the basic editor and pressing 2nd-mode to quit voila! ram clear. So i deleted it,but plan to use it again when im in geo or somethin'.

Reply to this comment    29 May 2004, 04:15 GMT


Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
PlaidPhantom Account Info

Make sure the Appvar "custom" is unarchived. Mine just goes back to the homescreen when that happens, but you never know.

Reply to this comment    22 May 2004, 05:19 GMT

Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
thechessmaster88 Account Info

dat prog is so god

Reply to this comment    17 May 2004, 02:03 GMT


Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
anykey Account Info
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Good or god?

Reply to this comment    19 May 2004, 12:35 GMT

Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
Greg M Account Info

Well, I feel ashamed to say this, but after MULTIPLE YEARS of searching for what the save the whales does, I STILL have yet to notice any difference whatsoever in the operation of mirageos - note that I am still running the v1.1 of MirageOS until I get a new graphlink...(prob will build this time around - my blacklink broke)

Anybody willing to squeal? of course, I can fully understand if you don't, as it is somewhat of a secret...

Reply to this comment    26 May 2004, 14:14 GMT

Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
Greg M Account Info

I forgot to mention that I am talking about the save the whales option - so after multiple years of searching, I still can't figure out what the save the whales option does

Reply to this comment    26 May 2004, 14:15 GMT

Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
Greg M Account Info

Note I am talking about the save the whales option - don't know how I managed to forget that in my first post. Sorry

Reply to this comment    26 May 2004, 14:18 GMT


Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
PCChazter  Account Info

There was a huge discussion on the "save the whales" option a few posts back, so check it out.

Reply to this comment    3 December 2005, 09:51 GMT

Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
nick dixon  Account Info

on my ti-84 when i click graph two lines shows up one horizontal and one vertical and i know that's supposed to be there but when i put mirage os on there it makes it go away, can anyone help me on this?

Reply to this comment    20 October 2008, 22:03 GMT


Re: Re: MirageOS v1.2 Released
₩ı||ı@rn ¥µ  Account Info
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Those "horizontal" and "vertical" lines are the axes, and though MirageOS doesn't affect them directly, programs run inside can easily disable them. To reenable the axes, press 2ND+[FORMAT], scroll down to AxesOn, and press ENTER to enable.

And I realize this reply is coming pretty late, but I really wanted to start the conversation up again.

Reply to this comment    4 June 2010, 15:23 GMT
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