|I forgot to announce this when I released it.|
I have released a Connect 4 clone for the TI-84+CSE. This game comes with the ability to chose whether you want the default or simple board, and whether you want the animation of the tokens dropping or not.
Shows how the board looks as default.
This shows the generation of the simple board.
This is showing the win generation working.
You can download it from the following locations:
Posted by tifreak8x on 04.07.13
|TI-Freakwares Converter update|
|I found a bug with the cursor on the Pressures category, and an issue on non CSE edition calculators where being on page 2 on a sub category does not get changed to page 1 when reverting back to the main options. Check the previous downloads links to get at the new versions!
Posted by tifreak8x on 03.16.13
|New calculator:TI-84+CSE, TIFC|
|Hello! It has certainly been quite a while since I haveve posted news, I am sorry for that. However, there have been some exciting developments in the community, namely the release of the TI-84+CSE. The major differences with this calculator is that it now has a rechargeable battery pack charged through the USB port, and the screen now is in color with a back light that offers 10 levels of brightness. It offers new commands, mainly dealing with changing colors of text and drawing items, plus offers a higher resolution screen. I am going to try to start on a tutorial for it soon.|
With the announcement of this calculator a month or so ago, I decided to revisit an old project of mine, TIFC, or as it was know, TI-Freakwares Conversion Package. It is now just called TI-Freakwares Converter, and is available for download on the following calculators:
TI-73 Edition TI-82 Edition
TI-83 Edition TI-83+/84+ Edition
If you have any questions, please feel free to join on the forums and ask away! :)
Posted by tifreak8x on 03.15.13
|New 89 Math Tutorial!|
|I was digging through my bookmarks when I stumbled upon a link for a math page for the 89. Thought I would stop over and check it out, but alas it was gone! So I utilized the Wayback Machine, and was able to pull the page back up, and dropped a copy of it on to the TI-Freakware tutorial archives!|
You can find it here: http://tifreakware.net/tutorials/89/math/vectorcalc.html
Posted by tifreak8x on 02.24.13
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