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Font Editor for TI-84+ CE???

Started by Dudeman313, February 01, 2016, 01:44:37 am

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Dudeman313

Is there one? Or does the TI-OS for this calc have a hidden feature I don't know about?
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DJ Omnimaga

Sadly, no fond editor yet. I wonder if @Cumred_Snektron would be able to port Dovahcalc CSE to a 8xp file for the CSE, though? Because it changed the font on CSE calcs (although you couldn't make your own fonts)

SiphonicSugar

Hmm... I think that would be really cool if there was a font editor for this calculator.  Welp, I have no idea how to do anything with assembly so I will leave that job up to someone else.
I'm just trying to grab some inspiration. :P

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February 01, 2016, 04:07:48 pm #4 Last Edit: February 01, 2016, 04:09:44 pm by DJ Omnimaga
Note that fonts will not work when using color text with det(12,?,?,?,?) in Doors, though, for speed reasons. I tried running First Fantasy with DovahCalc hooks enabled and Doors CSE color text hooks overrides DovahCalc's.
Quote from: SiphonicSugar on February 01, 2016, 07:43:48 am
Hmm... I think that would be really cool if there was a font editor for this calculator.  Welp, I have no idea how to do anything with assembly so I will leave that job up to someone else.
What about C @SiphonicSugar ? If you know C then you're in luck, because most people use it instead of ASM.

Dudeman313

What is DovahCalc? And how do I get lowercase letters on my calculator, if I can't change my font?
How hard would it be to make a font editor with no skillz, but the source code to Small Font Editor by E37 at Omnimaga and (maybe)some help?
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Streetwalrus

DovahCalc is a program made by @Cumred_Snektron for the CSE which changes the font to some dragon language.

For lowercase letters, it's absolutely not related to the font.

Dudeman313

Does DovahCalc work on the CE?
And how do I get lowercase letters?
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DJ Omnimaga

Nah it doesn't. It's a CSE APP. THere is a 84+ version too.

To get lowercase letters I think there is an ASM code somewhere you can type on-calc and run. But perhaps CE Textlib includes an option to enable them too. I forgot.

Dudeman313

Alright. I'll install CE Textlib(and Mana Force) when I can find my link cable.
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SiphonicSugar

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on February 01, 2016, 04:07:48 pm
Note that fonts will not work when using color text with det(12,?,?,?,?) in Doors, though, for speed reasons. I tried running First Fantasy with DovahCalc hooks enabled and Doors CSE color text hooks overrides DovahCalc's.
Quote from: SiphonicSugar on February 01, 2016, 07:43:48 am
Hmm... I think that would be really cool if there was a font editor for this calculator.  Welp, I have no idea how to do anything with assembly so I will leave that job up to someone else.
What about C @SiphonicSugar ? If you know C then you're in luck, because most people use it instead of ASM.

Okay, I started trying to learn C, but then I gave up... Is there any calculator oriented programming tutorial(s)?
I'm just trying to grab some inspiration. :P

Unicorn

Multiple calc TI BASIC tutorials, wich is what I suggest you try. check ticalc.org for them, as well as ti basic developer.

And if you meant C tutlrials, well, I don't think any have been made that focuses on the calculators. Mateo might make one, but there is no telling.



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Dudeman313

CE Textlib does not enable lowercase letters. What now?
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Dudeman313

I found a prgm in the Cemetech forum that is supposed to speed up my CE and enable lowercase letters. I'm wondering how to do the lowercase letters alone.  :-|
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