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A little bit late, but for everyone searching on Google and landing here: The solution is to...
(by Tim Bernhard 24 Jul 2017 09:46, posts: 4)
Thank you!!!!1
(by xfewds 24 Jul 2017 01:36, posts: 13)
Was this code from the Cheat3 file or the Low file?
(by xfewds 24 Jul 2017 01:32, posts: 13)
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…that while using seq(, the calculator can still interpret keypresses and store them to getKey?

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The Menu( command displays a generic menu on the home screen, with up to seven options for the user to select from; you can create another menu and link to it, if you need more than seven options.

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