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Wow, I didn't realize that in a browser it would get faster. I'll have to try it. For screen capture I just used camstudio personally, but it's not really ideal. Thanks a lot for this
Will this work if I only have the trial version of the emulator? As in, will it let me use TI-Smartview during the last 25 days or so I have left on my trial period?
At the end of the trial period you agree to cease use of the Program, unless you have purchased a license to use the Program
I was actually more wondering if the program would work with a trial version or only with a registered version, because I still had a few days left and did not plan to continue using anything using TI-SmartView code after my trial copy expired. I didn't see Kerm posts about it until now.
That said, that's kinda a gray area if your emulator wrapper still works past expiration, since that's still technically allowing using a paid emulator for free, something we don't encourage (which is the reasons why I am reluctant about making this topic as front-page news), but you are still on the legal side of things from what I can gather.
But if TI-Smartview is coded so badly that it can be ran off a webpage at will, then I don't know what to say.
Just make sure that your software doesn't include any form of crack, keygen or anything of the like. Ideally, in the future, a third-party emulator should be made.
Yeah I just checked the emulator folders. I am astonished that TI made the emulator this insecure against attempts at using it for free legally. What were they thinking? I guess that's what happens when they spend 99% of their energy locking down the TI-Nspire.
Now that has me thinking: Could someone replace the files with his own emulator and use it from TI-Smartview itself?
But you'd have to implement all the "interfaces" that the host (SV) expects to find/call, and everything. Good luck with that, it would be a huge amount of reverse-engineering
Yes, it's on TI website. The trial lasts 90 days. Keep in mind that it doesn't emulate undocumented stuff like 8 bits mode, though, so Pac-Man CE won't work.
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 05, 2015, 07:57:13 pmYes, it's on TI website. The trial lasts 90 days. Keep in mind that it doesn't emulate undocumented stuff like 8 bits mode, though, so Pac-Man CE won't work.Nice! I can use it forever!
Quote from: DarkestEx on July 05, 2015, 07:59:45 pmQuote from: DJ Omnimaga on July 05, 2015, 07:57:13 pmYes, it's on TI website. The trial lasts 90 days. Keep in mind that it doesn't emulate undocumented stuff like 8 bits mode, though, so Pac-Man CE won't work.Nice! I can use it forever!Not quite, SmartView itself will still be asking for a license when it expires, and you won't be able to launch it - the .js file, though, will of course be accessible, with or without any kind of wrapper like this one.But yeah, I'll not copy/paste again the relevant part of the license saying you can't use it
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