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    Dear WebOs-Community,

    after developing the two free catalog apps "FinaMath08" and "2lineCalculator" I published a 0,99$ app today:

    - "3lineProCalculator" a full featured scientific Calculator.

    This is the pro-version of "2lineCalc" and has lots of advanced functions. Hopefully all a calculator needs.

    If you have remarks and hints for the further developing of this app(s) don't hesitate to post it here.

    thanks in advance, martux
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    Thanks for the headsup. Do you have a link or some screen shots?
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    hi stbxxl,

    no prob: you'll get the package, the description and 5 screenshots here:

    http://developer.palm.com/appredirec...icationid=6266

    and my homepage for the apps is: knoopnet/apps

    best regards, martux
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    is it possible you can add Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    conversions to one of your calculators or make a new calc?
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    hi sketch42,

    thanks for the feedback again,

    in the pro-version you have 5 entries to store user defined formulas with a lenght of <200 char and you can also type in a desired name via the hardkeys. You may reach this option via the app-menu "shortcuts" -> "user defined".

    Best regard, martux
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    Quote Originally Posted by martux View Post
    hi sketch42,

    thanks for the feedback again,

    in the pro-version you have 5 entries to store user defined formulas with a lenght of "user defined".

    Best regard, martux
    Hmmm kewl ... Will def look into it

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    hi sketch and all other calculator interested,

    in the meantime I added more useful features:

    -numeric conversion from and to numbers based on 2, 8 or 16.
    -improved history management (show total history, show last results also, send by email, sms)
    -user defined shortcuts may also be sent by email
    -online-resource with more shortcuts (3liRes)
    -options for vibrate feedback, disable landscape mode

    feedback is still welcome,

    martux
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    Dear Community,

    since beginning of this week there is an update for '3lineProCalculator' available (already v.1.2.8). The main new features are:

    - using of variables in formulas,
    - access to the user defined shortcuts immediately via the Sto/Rcl-Button,
    - extra view for the history including results and variables
    - some minor improvements...

    if you're looking for an easy to use scientific calculator, may be it's interesting for you.

    best regards, martux

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