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Started by PT_, March 25, 2016, 08:14:17 am
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Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on August 11, 2016, 04:54:18 pmGlad this has resumed. I was getting a bit worried it bit the dust like most other custom language projects. Make sure the GUI is simple so that it doesn't take too much space. Are the auto-opt like Axe's? And sorry you still have issues implementing custom tokens. By the way, will custom tokens work on calculators that don't have ICE installed? Sprite() is definitively one I am looking forward to
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on August 24, 2016, 01:44:47 amQuestion @PT_ : If you try to send an ICE program source code to the computer and it uses the Sprite() command, can you send it back to the calculator afterwards without any problem and code corruption? And can SourceCoder open the code? I am curious because on early versions of Omnicalc (version 1.00 through 1.10), programs that contained the Sprite() command or other Omnicalc ones could not be transfered between calculators unless grouped, and if you tried opening the source code on a calculator that doesn't have Omnicalc hooks installed, then the calculator crashed with a RAM Clear or displayed junk instead of code. Something to note also is that those versions of Omnicalc only ran on OS 1.13 and 1.14, not 1.15 and higher.Anyway I like how this is coming along. I can't wait until that sprite command actually displays sprites IMHO I think the sprite command should be as simple as possible (as in, as few arguments as possible). For example, Sprite(X,Y,zoom,pointer). That way it's easier to remember.
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on August 24, 2016, 07:45:03 amOh I see. I thought the custom tokens were brand new tokens, which were known on older calcs as illegal tokens. Good move to use the less used tokens by the way, although I wonder if that makes them harder to find in Catalog. Does ICE sort the Catalog menu?
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