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If your shift key is still yellow at the end of the beta test period, you will be severely punished by the beta police... :lol: I am just a basic user (no mcode, synthetic programming and such) but I use the DM41X several times each day. I even leave my regular calculator (HP 11C or 17Bii) at home ...
That's correct. But the most common reason for getting this error is the Z register is supposed to contain the alarm repeat interval, which is rarely used (or remembered!) so most folks simply use DATE [Enter] TIME [XEQ] "XYZALM" thus submitting whatever was in the X register prior to thi...
- Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:58 pm
- Forum: Hardware issues
- Topic: Rapid wear with shift key
- Replies: 35
- Views: 11461
- Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:33 pm
- Forum: Software issues
- Topic: Key assignments coding row/column
- Replies: 9
- Views: 372
From my POV it is better suited where it is now: the bottom right corner, where it's always been. ;) I agree, having it at the corner makes sense. I'd rather have the keyboard layout try to follow the HP design ideas than the exact same layout (which is a challenge because of the extra keys anyway).
- Thu Feb 06, 2020 7:43 am
- Forum: Feature suggestions
- Topic: Adding a wakeup delay on the ON button
- Replies: 12
- Views: 494
I think that the provided pouch is simply too thin for traveling. I have had the same issue with my DM41X a few times, until I put it in a sturdy leather pouch. No more accidental key presses now.
So far I cannot reproduce it unfortunately, but I do see something else (which may be normal). When I switch the calculator on, I briefly see two thin horizontal lines in the top of the display, like the display buildup is missing some lines. They are gone again within a fraction of a second.