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Filed under: Mathomatic,Nintendo DS — davr @ 12:02 pm


  1. Thanks, I’m gonna try this, even if I prefer ds85 the best!

    Comment by Vanelli — November 14, 2006 @ 6:19 am

  2. Sorry for having to say this, but neither this program seems to have a functional touch screen code. Same problems as stated in DS85_02 entry.

    Comment by Vanelli — November 15, 2006 @ 6:22 pm

  3. Vanelli: Here’s what I tried to email you after your last comment, but claims that you gave me an invalid email. If you want me to be able to contact you, next time put a real email, thanks.

    This is a known problem with reading touchscreens from homebrew, that affects only some DSs. I did not write the touchscreen-reading code, that is part of libnds which I use to make all my apps. Do you have problems with other homebrew apps? For example my draw app?

    Also, do you have a screen protector? That has been known to cause problems also. And finally…try recalibrating your touchscreen from the DS firmware menu.

    Comment by davr — November 15, 2006 @ 6:26 pm

  4. Sorry, e-mail address was fake, so my name (everything comes from a famous singer: “Joe.T Vanelli”)…
    I remind having some problems with DS Organize 2.3’s drawing application, but I thought it was due to its bad flashcard compatibility.
    So I did what you said: I tried your “Draw” app (awesome work, I didn’t find the GUI version, so I download Draw3), and everything worked well (the only problem I found was when drawing a LONG line, sometimes it doesn’t draw 1 or 2 pixels, resulting in a discontinuity of the line itself -but maybe it’s my fault-). OK: it works.
    Then I re-calibrated the touch screen from my firmware menu (I haven’t FlashMe), even if I have no problems at all with games… For this, I think neither my screen protectors are guilty 😛
    Last test of course was with Mathomatic, but it worked (or, better, it DIDN’T work) exactly like yesterday.

    I did know the Touch Screen Code wasn’t yours… I didn’t mean to hurt your work!

    Maybe this is of any help: Black Europian DS Lite bought on August 2006, no FlashMe, M3 miniSD (latest version) + Trascend 1GB 80X, PassCard3; .nds or ds.gba make no difference for me (M3 auto converts .nds files in ds.gba).

    p.s. Sorry for any mistake, English is not my first language.

    Comment by Vanelli — November 17, 2006 @ 5:29 pm

  5. I’ll definitely give it a try. I’m very interested in CAS, especially I’m trying to code a calculus solver myself, but I
    guess that I’d very better off playing around with something that’s already done (Maple, etc)

    Comment by Math Freak — August 6, 2007 @ 2:51 am

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