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Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
Posted by Eric on 27 April 2001, 00:57 GMT

ATE v1.0Yup, it's true. Jonah Cohen's popular all-purpose editor for the TI-86, Advanced Text Editor, has reached the big one-point-oh release. That means it's out of beta stage, for you slow ones. New in this version is a complete restructuring New and Open menus, a shortcut to frequently typed items, default source files, auto-indenting, and a whole lot more.


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Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
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Finally! Go Jonah!

     27 April 2001, 01:53 GMT

mario likes 92 plus
zak vargas
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shit suck yo
92plus s the only thing that needs texr editing? who can type one thtose alphabettically arranged thigns anyway?

     27 April 2001, 23:03 GMT

sorry, but i need the traffic
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Go to www.1029.fanspace.com where there are message boards, programs, chat, and more all done by me!

     29 April 2001, 03:58 GMT

Re: sorry, but i need the traffic
lord_nightrose Account Info

Do we care?

     30 April 2001, 23:14 GMT

Re: mario likes 92 plus

lovely language lol

     4 May 2001, 22:05 GMT

Re: mario likes 92 plus
Samuel Leathers  Account Info
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Hey after typing on those calculators for a year i got used to it. I can type on my calculator faster than I can right. Thnks Jonah. It's so much easier to read my files with your editor than it is to read and type into a basic program for my notes. Also I'm glad you included ZAC support in your editor that's awesome.

     5 May 2001, 06:36 GMT

One word pretty much sums this program up:
lord_nightrose Account Info


     27 April 2001, 03:14 GMT

Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
Xavier LaRue  Account Info

May can i ask for a port to 83+ or that is impossible?

     27 April 2001, 13:40 GMT

Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
Pandrogas  Account Info
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Wow. It looks really cool. Keep up the good work man. I wonder if there's anything like it for the 83+...

     27 April 2001, 14:02 GMT

Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
Clem Vasseur  Account Info
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Great work indeed. I wish more people used ZAC (my Z80 Assembler for those who don't know), with such a great on-calc editor.

     27 April 2001, 16:34 GMT

Re: Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
Jim Kidd  Account Info
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I use it sometimes, and it's a great program, but not on my calc. Only on my emulator with ROM v1.3.
I've found that every ASM program seems to have my version of the (1.6) ROM. I'm not sure if I have a newer version than all the programmers, but there are only a select few that like my calc. I don't know if there is a compatability problem for different ROM versions, but my calc has never liked much else than Phoenix

     27 April 2001, 17:35 GMT

Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
depleateduranium  Account Info

wow, a new program...its like a calculator orgasim.

     27 April 2001, 17:27 GMT

Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
rgdtad  Account Info

Woo hoo! Eighth post! Anyway, I believe that the "Anatomy" program is totaly inapropriate and I would like to see it removed from the archives. It is explicitly pornographic, and I actually loked at one of the pictures believing it to be an actual anatomy program with a wierd name. It should at least have a name change.

That post is full of spelling mistakes, and I know it. I am in a hurry.

     27 April 2001, 22:40 GMT

Re: Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
lord_nightrose Account Info

I agree wholeheartedly.

     29 April 2001, 19:49 GMT

Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
Nathan Buda  Account Info
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Is that menu part of the TI-OS or is it part of the program?

--Nate Buda

     27 April 2001, 22:46 GMT

Re: Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
Jonah Cohen  Account Info
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It's part of the program. I just arbitrarily chose fifteen of the most commonly typed things for Basic programs, Textview files, and Asm source files and put them in a menu. Suggestions for alternatives to put in the menu are certainly welcome :-)

     27 April 2001, 23:24 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Advanced Text Editor v1.0 Released
gorion Account Info

Ability to make fifteen of your own strings?

     30 April 2001, 23:11 GMT

Oh look, they did it again.
lord_nightrose Account Info

Let's see...

Open up MVC.89z in Notepad and...
Lo and behold, the words 'Marvel versus capcom for ti-89
' repeated thousands of times.

Ronald Lightfoot, I commend you for your incredible stupidity.

Hey everyone, apparently you can program the world's best arcade games in calculator form simply by typing their names thousands of times! Let's do this for every single one, ok? Maybe not.

God. This is getting annoying.

Oh, and by the way, he said in the readme to download 'DeLib' again. Maybe TIcalc's people should just deny him and Joel any files he posts with that nonexistent library in the Readme... since both so far have been stupid pranks.

Surprisingly, though, he did actually submit a real file; Street Fighter 2 v0.4. However, they have a single byte missing from some point in the file (a zero byte which tells the TI-89 where the file starts), so they too are practically useless.

     28 April 2001, 16:51 GMT

Re: Oh look, they did it again.
Bioture  Account Info

The author said he didnt even submit the file. and Delib is also required for megaman 89. what the hell is goin on?

     29 April 2001, 04:47 GMT

Re: Re: Oh look, they did it again.
Jim Haskell  Account Info
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Megaman 89 is a farce too. It's a renamed *.doc file that says "Megaman 89" over and over. What a moron.

     29 April 2001, 18:57 GMT

Re: Oh look, they did it again.
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How about a new rule- if you post prank files, your account is revoked and your ip is denied?


     29 April 2001, 18:45 GMT

Re: Re: Oh look, they did it again.
lord_nightrose Account Info

Sounds like a GREAT idea to me. Maybe they can get rid of that 'anatomy86' guy, too.

     29 April 2001, 19:50 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Oh look, they did it again.
Jonas Lf

Don't be too quick to censor porn and other stuff. It is one thing to remove pranks and fake items, but if a piece of calc porn is clearly labled as porn, it doesn't bother me. You chose for yourself if you want to download it or not.

     29 April 2001, 23:37 GMT

2 things...
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Yeah, but "Anatomy86" clearly doesn't indicate porn at all.

Also- on a slightly related note- does anyone think that there should be a "Rated X" category in the graphics section for these types of files?


     30 April 2001, 02:09 GMT

I agree

Yeah, you're right. There should be ratings on the games. You know E, T, M, and stuff.

     2 May 2001, 02:03 GMT

Re: I agree
Ryan of NONYA Inc. Account Info


     2 May 2001, 22:30 GMT

RCTParRoThEaD_  Account Info
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mmm... porn...

     11 November 2002, 19:56 GMT

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