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You need to have 5 posts and not be part of restricted usergroups in order to use the WalrusIRC embedded shoutbox. However, you can also access our IRC channel called #CodeWalrus via EFnet.

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Site Discussion & Bug Reports / Re: Bugs with the site.
« Last post by DJ Omnimaga on Today at 10:22:51 am »
This is a Youtube bug, not a CW bug
Site Discussion & Bug Reports / Re: Bugs with the site.
« Last post by p2 on Today at 09:43:15 am »
I got that like 30 times yesterday.

It fixed when I reloaded the page, though.
Just happened to me again...
Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / Re: Linux
« Last post by Alvajoy123 on Today at 02:21:03 am »
If u're working on an actual project it's always a good idea to use git//gitlab//github//... to backup your progress and make the process much easier to understand. Also it helps a lot if u wish to get support from others.

tl;dr: use github.com
:thumbsup:you can help me if you want just download and start programing :thumbsup:
am writing it still  :D
have to work on other programs too !!!
Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / Re: Linux
« Last post by Alvajoy123 on Today at 02:17:37 am »
 ;D :thumbsup:
menu is done there are some problems
it will be fixed soon if you want to help make the project
download and edit it and show me  :thumbsup:
General Music Talk / Re: The Hardcore and Old Skool Thread
« Last post by DJ Omnimaga on Today at 02:03:41 am »
Interesting, I haven't heard it before indeed, but nice track.

Also this is a remix of Big in Japan in 90's style happy hardcore

Also they call me Sonic

This also sounds like :walrii: voice

EDIT Also this song

Other / Re: Tell your crappy jokes here!
« Last post by WholeWheatBagels on Today at 01:44:37 am »

So I took a statistics class, right? It was hard af, I ended up failing the first test, got a D on the semester final, and barely scraped a C for the final exam.
But then the teacher extrapolated and gave me a B in the class.

What do you get when you take the derivative of a velociraptor?
(click to show/hide)

EDIT: How do computers count to ten?
(click to show/hide)
A forced reset / wipe might be useful if theres a bunch of random variables that need to be cleaned up or if you're too lazy to find GarbageCollect
[On] + [2nd] + [Clear]
Other / Re: Tell your crappy jokes here!
« Last post by Ranman on Today at 01:23:03 am »
What do you say to a one-legged hitchhiker?
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Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / 83/84 hooks - requests / ideas
« Last post by E37 on Today at 01:11:03 am »
I have become pretty adept at creating and managing hooks. For those who don't know what a hook is, it allows the programmer to modify the OS's behavior on certain events such as modifying or cancelling key presses, creating custom menus, among other things. If you haven't tried zStart yet, you really should. I won't give an advertisement for something I didn't make, but it does do some really cool things almost all of which are hooks.

So let me explain why I created this post. My calc's trace key is broken. I can press it but it won't register any key press. I would like the function of that key back - without getting a new calc. So, I make a key hook. It allows me to press ON and GRAPH at the same time and the calc to think that the trace key is being pressed. Awesome right? But what about 2nd - trace? I can make it so that when I go to to the catalog and select ZoomRcl it instead presses 2nd - trace. I can go on swapping keys all day long... But, what if I want to do something else? Say, when I press ON+X it runs a program, changes a setting or opens a custom menu. That is some of the power of hooks.

I would be happy to teach anyone who knows the basics of assembly how to use hooks or to write a custom one for someone since I don't have a project to work on right now. Any suggestions on what to create?
Site Discussion & Bug Reports / Re: Bugs with the site.
« Last post by _iPhoenix_ on Yesterday at 10:34:53 pm »
Also, make it show edits...

You should also show karma changes, similar to a mention.

Maybe it's possible that the mall stops the IRC connection?

Yes, it probably does. Most public wifi's have filters that stop you from doing work on their wifi (idk why), and for some reason WIRC is considered work. I object. When WIRC is open, I get zero work done. (for example, I have math hw I should be doing rn)
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