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TI89 Titanium troubleshooting

The Xres set in the Windows Editor is always greyed out, like other areas that don't pertain to an operation get greyed out....but I can never change the resolution in the Windows Editor. What happened? Thanks

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  • David Wright Jul 12, 2007

    TI support fixed the problem. I had inadvertantly changed the Discontinuity Detection from Off to ON. Access this through Tools in the Window Editor, scroll to Format (#9 item), then scroll down to Discontinuity Detection and select "Off". Now you have the Xres choice back on the menu of the Window Editor.

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