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Other / Re: NHL Playoffs (ice hockey) + bracket challenge!
« Last post by xlibman on Today at 03:19:40 pm »
ROFL, nice one XD

Also the Jets got 100 pts. Woohoo!
Web / Holiday Vault
« Last post by Unicorn on Today at 09:21:25 am »
So I made this thing for a cemetech contest.

Its a website where people can submit their holiday ideas and how to do them. They will use markdown to describe everything, or post links to existing guides or lists of ideas.

The backend is in NodeJS and using Express and the Handlebars templating engine. I guess suggestions would be cool!

Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / Re: _iPhoenix_'s CC21 entry.
« Last post by _iPhoenix_ on Today at 12:10:43 am »
Alright, the CC21 contest is over, and voting is now open! I highly recommend checking out all of the programs and voting! link
Web / Re: The Button
« Last post by _iPhoenix_ on Yesterday at 11:19:43 pm »
TheButton is down for temporary maintenance, as a critical security issue caused by my laziness was discovered.

Here's the issue report, but it's not really detailed because I am busy fixing it.
Other / Re: NHL Playoffs (ice hockey) + bracket challenge!
« Last post by Juju on Yesterday at 05:46:13 am »
Well, this is definitely a weird way to score. Coyotes vs. Hurricanes, of all teams, just tonight.

It looks like your usual dump the puck behind the net and the goalie comes clear it move, a play that happens like a million times every game. But there's a twist. Cam Ward lost sight of the puck. Must have missed it. Assumed someone else got it, so he came back to his net and assumed a defense position as the Coyotes come to his net, likely with the puck. But the puck is nowhere to be found. Realizes it was stuck in his skate all this time. The puck got stuck while he was behind the net, and accidentally scored in his own goal as his feet went behind the red line, without anyone noticing or the referees stopping the game. And it's a valid goal, albeit an unusual one. What a lucky goal.

And the Hurricanes still won 6-5.
Thank you for that information, I'll put it in my video I'm making.
The first tool to be able to downgrade is now out  :P
Calculator News, Coding, Help & Talk / Re: Warning: DO NOT upgrade to OS 5.3.1!
« Last post by Juju on March 22, 2018, 06:44:29 am »
Well, that sucks.
Note: most of this post was copied over from Cemetech, it was originally written by PT_ here.

About 4 days ago, TI released a new OS for both the TI-83 Premium CE and TI-84 Plus CE. But as people at TI-Planet discovered pretty soon, it has 2 main disadvantages:
  • Going into exam mode can now take up 1.5 - 2 minutes, due to the OS checking and validating all the installed apps. Previously this took about 2 seconds.
  • The [mono]Asm84CEPrgm[/mono] is now permanently disabled, which means you can't write assembmly programs on-calc anymore. Luckily asm programs in general aren't blocked. AFAIK, this isn't a mistake:
    Quote from: Adriweb
    No it's not a mistake, they confirmed it after all with TI-Dallas. And they say it's only half disabled because they didn't want to block/remove it entirely either, so to use it they say to write and transfer things from TI-Connect CE. But that's also why I (or anybody else, I guess) say it's completely absurd/illogical.
From the community-experience, TI barely listens to our complains, so don't get your hopes up that this will be 'fixed' soon. Personally I've no idea what the future will bring us, but if you have boot code >= 5.1.5 (check with [MODE] [ALPHA] ), don't upgrade your OS. If your boot code is from before 5.1.5, you can downgrade the OS to even OS 5.0.0.


Thanks to TheMachine02 you can now downgrade from this OS!
The first tool to be able to downgrade is now out  :P
Web / @OnAccidentBot, the Twitter bot that corrects you on purpose
« Last post by JWinslow23 on March 21, 2018, 04:14:28 pm »
Recently, as a little exercise, I made a Twitter bot called On Accident Bot, which detects tweets that use the improper phrase "on accident" and corrects them with "by accident".

If anyone wants explanation, clarification, or source code, please don't hesitate to ask!
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