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Still hasn't arrived home D:. They said March 24th - April 10th, though. Hopefully they arrive way before April 10th. America->Canada shipping can be extremely slow compared to America->Rest of the world sometimes. >.<

However, I made a new signature userbar

Once the CD arrives I'm still unsure if I'll use the Bandcamp CD purchase service, though. While it allows me to use Kunaki and use a disclaimer to warn buyers that their address will be shared with Kunaki for CD manufacturing/shipping, my concern is about having to manually track shipping costs worldwide in real-time to ensure that I charge the right amount on Bandcamp. I would rather just provide a link to Kunaki itself, which automatically calculates shipping.
The big question remains, which is whether add-ins for the older model will work on the new one.

At this rate, the only way they wouldn't be compatible, was if Casio purposefully did something to block them.
Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / StopwatchCE ti-84+ce
« Last post by kotu on Today at 07:33:37 pm »
So I thought it would be useful to be able to use your calc as a stopwatch, so I made this utility for the CE.

Source code and .8xp file available here....

I might add other features (such as lap times) if enough people want that.
General Music Talk / Re: New channel for TrumpsDubs videos!
« Last post by JWinslow23 on Today at 07:11:24 pm »

Tech, Science, IT discussion & News / Re: Scaling algorithms
« Last post by DJ Omnimaga on Today at 06:34:53 pm »
Hi @VMike and welcome to the forums. To be honest, I am not too sure if I like how the Final Fantasy VII screenshots turned out with Waifu2x, as there seems to be too much filtering (probably due to the original 240p resolution being too low), but it actually gives the game a different feel, like if it was painted by hand. I am definitively curious if computers are powerful enough to render such filter in real time. I wonder if it would be possible to add less filtering, though, so that the game looks closer to PS1 graphics but at higher resolution? What about 480p?
Nice to see such compatibility. I should check if I wrote a news about the compatibility because I doubt I did (I was busy x.x). It's definitively good news for the Casio community and a big contrast with the SH3->SH4 switch a few years ago where many add-ins broke.
Site Discussion & Bug Reports / Re: CodeWalrus Ads
« Last post by DJ Omnimaga on Today at 06:07:30 pm »
I'm not surprised actually. Some people will advertise anywhere on project wonderful. IMHO I prefer advertising on sites with potential target audience, though, for maximum traffic, but those sites are usually rare. Also, some site puts their ads somewhere hard to see.
Site Discussion & Bug Reports / Re: CodeWalrus Ads
« Last post by WholeWheatBagels on Today at 05:35:52 pm »
New one for US:

Interesting that we're getting nail polish ads.
Tech, Science, IT discussion & News / Re: Scaling algorithms
« Last post by VMike on Today at 03:15:20 pm »
First I want to say sorry that I dug up this old thread. I just accidently stumbled on it in my persue for info.
So I registered here to write a reply in this thread.
It is about Waifu2x that I think makes old games look soooo good. Here arw some pictures of Waifu2x 32x with highest noise reduction over Final Fantasy VII. It is first rendered in the standard resolution of 320x240 unstretched wich gives Waifu2x best results.

 And also here

Now, I know there are other filters for Ps1 emulation but none I have ever seen gives such nice result.
I have asked around everywhere but always get thevsame answer; No, Waifu2x is not possible to run in realtime.
And I have kinda given up. But since I got nothing to lose I tought I might as well try here. If anyone is up for the task, I would even pay a little to have Waifu2x filtering my Ps1 emulators in real time.
Oh well. Thanx for reading anyway :)
General Music Talk / Re: The Hardcore and Old Skool Thread
« Last post by kotu on Today at 02:50:33 pm »
Well well this is supposed to be the Hardcore and Old Skool thread and so far there has been little (if any) Old Skool so I thought it was time for an Old Skool mix. For those of you that don't know (this mix is from 1995), at the time we used to call this stuff Hardcore, and now we call it Old Skool. Hardcore nowadays means music with a 4/4 kickdrum, Old Skool is more breakbeat driven.

If you are wondering what the Chris Barrie rererence is (the guy with the 'H' on his forehead), it is his voice at around 55:25 saying 'most uplifting'! (not the woman, there are two samples saying the same thing)

Anyway here we go with an awesome mix...... let me know what you think @DJ Omnimaga :D

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