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14 March 2013

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Anonymous
02 March 2004

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they finally came out with an os x version! wow. it does what it is meant to do. there isnt any other program that does this, so im happy.
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Version 1.0b14

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H17737
11 January 2012
no 10.7 support I have to use a virtual machine useless
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Version 1.8
Dean-Leto
04 January 2012
no support for 10.7.2 no data for my students... why are we using TI calculators?
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Version 1.8
davinder-khabra
19 November 2010
Release notes for v1.8. WHAT'S NEW IN THIS VERSION Version 1.8: • Full support for Mac OS X 10.6. Version 1.7: • Support for viewing equations, graph database objects, ranges and window objects. • Universal Binary for both PowerPC and Intel architectures • Enhanced screen capture capabilities • Enhanced screen movie recording ability • Corrected problems with accessing TI Online Store via TI Software Update and TI OS Restore • Updated ability to deal with image drags to device REQUIREMENTS Mac OS X 10.4 - 10.6 PowerPC or Intel-architecture Macintosh Programs installed TI Connect X.app TI Data Editor.app TI Device Explorer.app TI OS Restore.app TI Software Update.app UnInstall TI Connect X.command
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Version 1.8
davinder-khabra
19 November 2010
v1.8 is available http://education.ti.com/calculators/downloads/US/Software/Detail?id=286 No details are given as to changes etc.
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Version 1.7
Radizgo
16 November 2010
Is good to know that there is a program for mac, but, there is any upgrade for snow leopard, and the distribution of the program is pretty bad, if you go to the official webpage you won´t be able to find the program itself for the mac. it is gone, texas instruments tells you that the program exists, but i've been unable to find it anywhere, this is the newest version i could find, and it is related to 2006.
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Version 1.7
Davel
05 April 2008
TI Connect version 1.7 does not seem to connect to TI-84 Plus Silver calculators if Mac is running OS 10.5.2. No problem with version 1.6 and OS 10.4.11 but with upgrade to 10.5 it doesn't work Am I missing something ? >Dave
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Version 1.7
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Mayersj1
Mayersj1
05 April 2008
Saw kind of the same thing here. Using 1.6 on OSX 10.5.2, I wasn't able to see the TI-84+SE at all. Upgrading to 1.7, I could see the unit, delete applications off of it, but could not upload anything to it. The TI-84 was using 2.41 of the OS. After I took the unit down to one of my kids Windows boxes and upgraded the OS to 2.43, I was then able to fully connect with TI-84 from OSX.
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Version 1.7
Threedee912
12 February 2008
Tiger has been supported for a while, but it seems like the MacUpdate listing hasn't been updated for a while. Works fine on my G4 running 10.4.11. transfers data, updates the firmware, etc.
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Version 1.7
Anonymous
24 August 2005
Good to see that there's a Mac version that supports Mac OS X. Bad to see it doesn't support tiger yet! Crashed my machine though. I ran it from my 10.3 partition.
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Version 1.1 v68
Anonymous
24 June 2005
How do i make the calculator be recognized like a USB Thumb drive???
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Version 1.1 v68
Anonymous
07 June 2005
Here's a great idea. Make the calculator be recognized like a USB Thumb drive. Drag drop done w00t.
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Version 1.1 v68
Anonymous
15 February 2005
I think it would be great it TI could add syncing features so that we could sync the calculator's calendar, contact, and to-do info with Apple's Address Book and Mail. There was some software called TISync that claimed to do this, but it never worked for me and their site has disappeared.
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Version 1.1 v68
Anonymous
25 August 2004
To download the latest version you must click "More Information" and go from there. You'll have to register at the TI site, but it's the only way to get 1.1.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
18 July 2004
Same problem here. Also, in the 1.0b14 that downloads there is a problem with typing text into a program. All the text is rectangles, except sometimes weird numbers appear. This is a serious bug.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
17 July 2004
Couldn't find the 1.1 version either. Though stated it's simply not there. Texas Instruments should give a bit better support to Mac users. It's too little, too late.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
16 July 2004
I can't seem to find 1.1 . I downloaded all that I was allowed from their site and it's a 1.0 pre-release from november or october 2003.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
02 March 2004
they finally came out with an os x version! wow. it does what it is meant to do. there isnt any other program that does this, so im happy.
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Version 1.0b14