|This is a test of java applets. Simply click on it, and then click the up or down arrow keys. If they do not work, simply click calibrate, and then click the up, and then the down arrow key. This can be used to program other keys too. The top left two buttons can be used to change the colors. This is a very simple test applet. I was thinking we could do something like have little ti calculators embedded in the web page, or have just the screen, and have interactive scripts. It's just an idea though. I have had some difficulties to share though.
yeah it works
Did You read the entire text? If so, what so you think? Did you try all of the colors, or use different keys?
i didnt really read the text, but i did try the "keys"/colors/whatever you want to call the color changer
Can you read I and tell me what you think of my idea?
okay. okay. i copied what you put in the first post onto my site for about a minute and it worked. i only did that because i have no idea how java (or any other non-calc programming language) works. other than that, i think a graphing calculator in this site would be a great idea. it would be nice to be able to know a site where i can use a calculator that im actually familiar with.
i believe someone did this already on TiCalc, but it required a ROM from the user
i hope im not frustrating you. im very adept at it due to the lack of a social life
yeah an TI calc would be cool…there are many ways to avoid the ROM's but, of course its illegal, we could send a request to TI…i think they might actually take it serious couse this really is the best TI programming site!!!! its all nicely orderder and sorted+ forum has an high actibity and all your questions get answered…furthermore this community is growing and thereby gaining more and more knowledge so i think we could let TI itslef supply us with a digital Calc…
maybe upload the TI-SDK somehow?
Lol, no. If you where to create an object1 for things like the screen2, the cpu3, and some way to write programs4. I think you could figure out how the operating system loads, and just load the appropriate .8xu file. If it works, No more roms!!! Besides, as it is non-proprietary5 information, we could legally use the operating system.6