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Can't use spaces when creating new prgm!

I've got I problem that I only just noticed; When I want to writesomething in the "program"-section, I can't press the "space"-button.Or rather, I can press it, but there's no reaction on the screen; it'sas if I haven't pressed a button at all..

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When using a program, you cant use the space button, only the enter button to start a new line.

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If you can upload it to the computer, you can open it with prgm editers, and they should have a selection for protecting the prgm. The editer i used was TI-program editer, unfortunately, new windows updates made that program impossible to use on Windows XP and TI didn't update it or anything so yeah...I don't know about vista though, you can try that. Another way is to open the file through Mirage OS and 'lock' the program. To make basic prgms visible in mirage, simply put a : at the very first line. The problem with this method is that anyone with Mirage can unlock it and change it...

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Just how much space is available after formatting a RW disc on your system depends in part on your software. It is possible to have as much as 645MB of usable space on a RW CD. Every software program is a bit different.

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