Resetting it yourself
Shouldn't you also reset the apdSubTimer if you're going to reset it yourself? Granted, that's only a second or two, but still... If you're going to say how you can do it yourself, you should get it right. :P --AndyJ 23:11, 3 May 2005 (PDT)
- If you read it, you know it says: 'The code is:' That means the following is the code taken from the TI-OS. -- 84plusfreak
- I didn't take it directly from the OS. Someone told me the OS does that. By the way, you should create new articles instead of discussing about one or two seconds apd time. --84plusfreak
Sign your posts!!!
You MUST sign your posts here. If you don't, from now on I'm going to delete them, since I don't feel like jumping between page history and the page all the time. All you have to do is put --~~~~ and it signs, links, and dates it for you. Also, indent them properly to continue the thread. --AndyJ 08:00, 6 May 2005 (PDT)
- Sorry! I thought it fixed the indent automatically. I'll do it myself! --84plusfreak 03:00, 10 May 2005 (PDT)