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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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jamaica0535 wrote:


mercx360 wrote:


Brown Thunder wrote:

mercx360 wrote:
?? How are you supposed to draw with a calculator...



It's a graphing calculator.  I would dowload it if I had the cable to hook my calc up to my computer.


Yeah, i used one... you can make graphs and other things but there is no way to actually draw (no mouse,touchscreen etc...)


you code a pointer which is controled by the directional keys.... and set one of the buttons as the button to tell it to draw.... not a hard concept...


Forget that, it would be impossible to control. I will just use pen and paper or my treo. wait no. my treo has a cracked screen


it might not be the best method for drawing... but its a way to draw
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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Can;t you do all those things anyway?
P.S. This is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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Mr.Biglsewurth wrote:
Can;t you do all those things anyway?


It is not as easy as I have made it!
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

Mar 15, 2007


jamaica0535 wrote:


mercx360 wrote:


jamaica0535 wrote:


mercx360 wrote:


Brown Thunder wrote:

mercx360 wrote:
?? How are you supposed to draw with a calculator...



It's a graphing calculator.  I would dowload it if I had the cable to hook my calc up to my computer.


Yeah, i used one... you can make graphs and other things but there is no way to actually draw (no mouse,touchscreen etc...)


you code a pointer which is controled by the directional keys.... and set one of the buttons as the button to tell it to draw.... not a hard concept...


Forget that, it would be impossible to control. I will just use pen and paper or my treo. wait no. my treo has a cracked screen


it might not be the best method for drawing... but its a way to draw


true, for entertainment in math i use the keyboard function on the graphing calculators to write innapropriate things and show to people sitting by me.
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

Mar 15, 2007


mercx360 wrote:


jamaica0535 wrote:


mercx360 wrote:


Brown Thunder wrote:

mercx360 wrote:
?? How are you supposed to draw with a calculator...



It's a graphing calculator.  I would dowload it if I had the cable to hook my calc up to my computer.


Yeah, i used one... you can make graphs and other things but there is no way to actually draw (no mouse,touchscreen etc...)


you code a pointer which is controled by the directional keys.... and set one of the buttons as the button to tell it to draw.... not a hard concept...


Forget that, it would be impossible to control. I will just use pen and paper or my treo. wait no. my treo has a cracked screen


I don't know about you, but it's easy for me to control a pointer with four arrow buttons.

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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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Hora-Quan wrote:


mercx360 wrote:


jamaica0535 wrote:


mercx360 wrote:


Brown Thunder wrote:

mercx360 wrote:
?? How are you supposed to draw with a calculator...



It's a graphing calculator.  I would dowload it if I had the cable to hook my calc up to my computer.


Yeah, i used one... you can make graphs and other things but there is no way to actually draw (no mouse,touchscreen etc...)


you code a pointer which is controled by the directional keys.... and set one of the buttons as the button to tell it to draw.... not a hard concept...


Forget that, it would be impossible to control. I will just use pen and paper or my treo. wait no. my treo has a cracked screen


I don't know about you, but it's easy for me to control a pointer with four arrow buttons.


Agreed.
P.S. This is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

Mar 15, 2007
Can someone please answer my questions?


Message Edited by PikachuSnowman on 03-14-2007 09:24 PM
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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PikachuSnowman wrote:
I have just finished up making a Microsoft paint-like program for the TI-84 + Silver Edition.  It contains these features:  The ability to draw line segments, circles, rectangles, and triangles, the ability to clear the screen, the ability to change the status of one pixel at a time (from on to off and off to on), a tool to make airbrush-like dots, a text tool, open and save features, and a feature which reverses the status of every pixel on the screen.

What else do you think I need.  Also, will you download this?  Will you purchase a TI-84 + Silver Edition so that you can download this?  The download is free and works with all TI-83 and TI-84 calculator models!


You're living in the past, man.  TI-89 Titanium is where it's at.
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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i have a TI-84+ that my math treacher made me buy last year and we hardly ever nuse it and is so big so icarry around one of those 10 dollar scientific calculatorssbut i dont really pllay games on it but i kciked ass at blockdude 
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Re: A new era of graphics for the TI-84 + Silver Edition begins!

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wow didnt know they made OE type calculaters.
We are tired of waiting for god damn playstation home
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