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PostPosted: Mon 13 Feb, 2006 7:59 am 
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You guys will find out soon enough :). A few people who frequent the IRC channels have seen some snippets though :).

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*dys decides to go on IRC more often*

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PostPosted: Mon 13 Feb, 2006 2:18 pm 
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tr1p1ea wrote:
You guys will find out soon enough :).

*cough*

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:).

Some of you might find the blog on xLIB at the new site interesting.

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Lol, good read :D...Makes you appreaciate what you have done for us even more!


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PostPosted: Thu 16 Feb, 2006 4:25 am 
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oh! Neato...I never knew kevin got a special version...


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It was released!!!! http://www.ticalc.org !!!1


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it got released at Omnimaga like SEVEN days ago :P

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For some reason xLIB won't send to my calc. It keeps saying that TI Connect has encoutered a problem and needs to close. Everything else transfers alright though......

EDIT: It won't send to Pindur TI either, so it has to be xLIB itself....

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Try to redownload it.


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Already did. I downloaded it from ticalc and omnimaga.

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Has everyone seen this? It is just changing contrast with xlib and it produces a blue effect, and after you run it then it's fine :D.


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I am wondering if running a blue screen of death (or blue lines of death) during 0.01 seconds is REALLY damagable for the LCD? I ran one during 5 minutes once on my 83+SE and never got any problems

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