Over the last few days, Kerm and I have been working on specification pages for a variety of calculators, with hopefully the rest of the list following in the future:

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As it stands right now, the TI-83 Plus to the TI-84 Plus Silver Edition have been started in on. The basic information for these calculators are posted, as are a few links to direct people to information regarding these calculators.

Here's where we need your help!

We are looking to add links to the listed sections that you'll find on those pages, that send people to forum posts or tutorial pages on how to either perform functions on the calculator, or how to program them.

Post up a link to a topic, or certain post, and we'll review it to see if it's something that should be posted.

I still need to add data on the Prizm and the 89 yet, and I believe the TI-83+ page needs the image to be fixed.
Thanks for posting this, TIFreak8x, and thank you for your help thus far! Smile I fixed the missing TI-83 Plus image, and I'll be looking for more topics to add. I think we should make the links me in hierarchical bulleted lists, maybe even with different font sizes to make it easier to navigate.
-casiocalc.org - is one for casio related stuff
-casiopeia.net - is the "new" casio-scene (not really active since not alot of people know about it
That helps for the Links (though I think casiocalc.org is down. We are more looking for links to internal topics with good reference, or new topics that explain things.
yeah, UCF should be included. Other casio sites include casio-planet (french section is really the only active one) and jeux-casio (also french).

casiopeia has a nice wiki, may wan tto include that too.
May I suggest sorting the Links section based on relevancy instead of alphabetically? (i.e Ticalc.org first instead of BFR)
And I think TI-Planet should totally be there too.
Again. These are not general links we are looking for. We are looking for specific links to topics or tutorials that people feel are important for either using or programming their calcs.

Casiocalc.org is not what we want. A link to a post/topic on casiocalc.org is what we are looking for. And I'm only using them as an example.
ah ok.

then:

http://community.casiocalc.org/topic/2449-index-of-tutorials/
http://wiki.planet-casio.com/en/Main_Page
no-Lib Guide to Basic Maps and Sprites.
tifreak8x wrote:
Again. These are not general links we are looking for. We are looking for specific links to topics or tutorials that people feel are important for either using or programming their calcs.
This once more. Let's focus on the TI-8x calculators for now, because that's what people come to us for the most. Programming threads here on Cemetech that teach some specific skill or answer some specific question would be good. Threads that teach some non-programming skill would be even better. For example:

How to make/buy a calculator-to-calculator linking cable
How to put games on your TI-83+/TI-84+

etc.
KermMartian wrote:
That helps for the Links (though I think casiocalc.org is down. We are more looking for links to internal topics with good reference, or new topics that explain things.


Casiocalc was hacked it seems, but it's backup now (you need to reset your password, though).

If you want tutorial links (or wiki links), there are also the following:

http://www.omnimaga.org/index.php?action=articles;cat=11 (mostly Axe)
http://tibasicdev.wikidot.com/ (TI-BASIC)
http://wikiti.brandonw.net/ (ASM)
  
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