CEaShell
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Description

CEaShell (pronounced like "Seashell") is a new shell for the TI-84 Plus CE. It aims to provide a modern, sleek, and easy to use UI, which is understandable by any user regardless of previous experience or calculator-related knowledge.

This shell includes many features from popular shells like Cesium, as well as new features never seen before, like OS icons in the program menu! We hope you like it!

CEaShell is available in two languages: English, and a French version translated by Shadow from TI-Planet.

Screenshots

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Archive Contents

Name Size
release-v1.0/English/APPINST.8xp 2.0 KB
release-v1.0/English/AppInstA.8xv 58.7 KB
release-v1.0/English/AppInstB.8xv 26.3 KB
release-v1.0/English/readme.txt 5.5 KB
release-v1.0/Francais/APPINST.8xp 2.0 KB
release-v1.0/Francais/AppInstA.8xv 58.7 KB
release-v1.0/Francais/AppInstB.8xv 27.4 KB
release-v1.0/Francais/lisezmoi.txt 7.0 KB
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Uploaded
1 year, 5 months ago

Links

GitHub Repository
https://github.com/RoccoLoxPrograms/CEaShell
Discord Server
https://discord.gg/RDTtu258fW

Statistics

Rating
9.7/10 (7 votes)
Downloads
967
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108
Views
4713
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Reviews

CEaShell is an amazing shell with a very neat UI.
It has also a lot of features with no issues.
Example I love the show icon hook on the programs screen in TI-OS, or even the animations on the screen are so fluid!
Personally I prefer using CEaShell because it is really worth it and it even can hide programs after RAM resets if I dont get it wrong 😁

This is so amazing, it deservers 6/5 stars. Not only does it have the On+* shortcuts like Cesium, but it lets you use those even when the RAM is reset, it somehow loads up everything including the shortcuts. It also lets you actually use lowercase in TI-OS, lets you run ASM from TI-BASIC and TI-OS, and shows the icon in the prgm menu of TI-OS. I'm wondering "How does it do this?"
Keep up the good work ;)

Versions

  1. CEaShell (published 1 year, 2 months ago; 2023-04-06 23:28 UTC)
  2. CEaShell (published 1 year, 2 months ago; 2023-04-06 23:19 UTC)
  3. CEaShell (published 1 year, 3 months ago; 2023-02-25 01:01 UTC)
  4. CEaShell (published 1 year, 5 months ago; 2023-01-01 19:43 UTC)
  5. CEaShell (published 1 year, 5 months ago; 2022-12-27 21:50 UTC)

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