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Post by DJ_O »

Like Kerm (the) Martian Civilation Simulatizator?
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Post by dysfunction »

Hmm, well I have one more idea that I think might actually be possible- you could have a custom batch compiler that would allow you to specify the number of graph buffers you want, then compile the program, or even just show me which places to edit to add more buffers.
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I hv an idea. How about having a List <--> AppVar converter to store save files more securely.
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Post by kalan_vod »

That would be cool, but I think tr1p1ea is a little busy or tired with working on this :D.
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Post by dysfunction »

Such a thing does exist on ticalc, anyways, just search for it. The syntax is quite confusing however :P
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i tried that but couldnt find it. remember the name of it?
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Post by kalan_vod »

Yeah I could've sworn that there was such a program, since I suggested it to crzyrbl. But I searched through ticalc and couldn't find it...
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Post by Loki »

I, personally, would like to see Omnicalc's ExecAsm( function. I use that a lot in programming, and it'd be nice to have it in there so i dont have to keep switching back and forth from Omnicalc and xLib.
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