1.1 What is QPad?
QPad (QuickPad) is a tiny Str1 editor for those of you who need to take notes but don't want a program that will take space.
1.2 Version Historyv1.0 - Initial Release1.3 Future Plans
- A mere 361 bytes
Apart from code optimisations, none.
1) Unzip the file QPAD.ZIP into any directory, usually your Link Software's directory (e.g. C:\WINLINK).
2) Run your Link Software and send the file QPAD.85P to your TI-85.
3) Run the program prgmQPAD to begin.
4) Visit SiCoDe's website at http://sicode.ticalc.org for news and program updates.
QPad is extremely easy to use.New - Just type your string
View - Displays your string a page at a time.
4.2 Known Bugs/Problems
- When I start up and select "View" it says "ERR:UNDEFINED". This is because you have not set a String 1 yet. Try selecting "New" and typing a string first.
- When I type, I only get gibberish and numbers. This is probably because you haven't turned on your Alpha-lock. Press "2nd" and then "ALPHA" and continue typing.
4.3 Contacting Support
- There are currently no known problems.
SiCoDe will always try to rectify any problems you have with this software. If you do run into any difficulties just email email@example.com or use our online form to contact us. Please describe the problem fully in order to help us understand the problem.
5.1 About SiCoDe
SiCoDe is a group of programmers who program for various TI calculators in the TI-BASIC language. We also program ASM applets that can be used with TI-BASIC programs. SiCoDe aim to continually provide high-quality TI-BASIC programs. These are frequently considered to be inferior in all ways to ASM programs and we aim to eliminate this misconception!
SiCoDe is an affiliate of the TI-BASIC Quality Alliance which means that quality is assured in our products.
Further information about SiCoDe can be found by visiting our website at http://sicode.ticalc.org. SiCoDe can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5.2 CreditsOriginally Programmed by - David Hall5.3 Acknowledgements
TI-85 Port by - Kaivan Khoshroo
Original Idea - David Hall
Program Engine - David Hall (TPad engine)
Uses SiCoDe TPad text engineSiCoDe wishes to thank...
- Everyone who used TPad.
- All of SiCoDe's supporters.