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« Last post by necrononce on Today at 06:01:07 pm »
Hi i recently bought a CASIO fx-cg50 and notice there isn't much online help in the way of tutorials etc and the provided documentation for it isnt that useful for learning code stuff.
Does anyone else have one??
MATEO HAS TEN THOUSAND
« Last post by xlibman on Today at 05:43:41 pm »
I love that sword and logo on the title screen
Also I like the music
Btw, if the engine already supports NPCs and event blocks/variables/switches, then maybe I could try to do a small game xd
« Last post by 123outerme on Yesterday at 02:49:05 pm »
I've added smooth scrolling, after much request for it. After two RPGs that handle only screen-sized maps, I have finally added a much-requested feature!
As well, I have added @_iPhoenix_ 's overworld music, fully integrated the map-pack toolchain, and more!
Music is almost done. I need one more track. The engine is almost done. I need to implement one more type of script, fix any bugs, and a few more things. The toolchain is almost done. I need to implement a few more features and allow two more script types to be fully edited. The only facet of the game I have any substantial amount of work left for is map-packs. Again, I have lagged behind making maps. Not because it's hard, but just because every time I go to make maps, I remember a feature that I wanted to implement before making the map
« Last post by Strontium on Yesterday at 04:21:45 am »
i've always hated extreme metal but then something happened and for some reason i dig
« Last post by ACagliano on April 20, 2018, 06:20:38 pm »
- Smart-Detect ProgRun hook added.
- Settings menu added.
- A number of significant GUI enhancements
« Last post by ACagliano on April 20, 2018, 11:29:49 am »
**Early Access Beta Release** A suite of calculator security tools that actually functions, unlike many of the fake tools that just search for names like VIRUS, or don't scan at all. This program already has the ability to: - Save and update a database of all Programs or Protected Programs on your calculator, consisting of their names, sizes, and a 24-bit checksum. - Compare the current version of the program with the version in the database, and inform you if the size or checksum don't match. - Ability to scan your programs/protected programs for byte sequences that are potentially hazardous, via a virus definitions file that will be community-sourced. - Save your calculator's date and time settings in a secure location, thus preserving it across RAM clears. Every time you run this program, the date/time are either silently re-saved (if later) or restored (if earlier). Upcoming Features: - Ability to view/modify virus definitions on calc. - A firewall to integrate with any networking protocols devised for the CE. - Program running hook to allow the virus scan or checksum scan to be run on a specific program before it runs (disable-able)
« Last post by Strontium on April 19, 2018, 05:07:30 am »
two favorite albums rn
Calc Projects, Programming & Tutorials / Re: Pi84--, BUILD your OWN Linux-powered TI-84+ calculator!« Last post by Caleb Hansberry on April 19, 2018, 01:04:58 am »
Hmm that's cool, good luck completing it!