Welcome to the Doors CS Documentation
Doors CS 7.1 is the ultimate shell and GUI for your TI graphing calculator:
- Run any BASIC or ASM program, including MirageOS, Ion, Doors CS, and nostub programs.
- Organize your programs into folders, lock/archive/hide/edit directly from Doors CS
- Use the HomeRun feature to run any program from the TI-OS homescreen, without Asm(, even if archived
- Extremely user-friendly: mouse-based interface to appeal to users accustomed to computers who are frustrated infinite menus
- Myriad keyboard shortcuts so that those who prefer to use a keyboard can quickly and efficiently move through Doors CS
- CALCnet2.2 networking library for communication and multiplayer gaming between two, twenty, or two billion calculators
- Full libraries for xLIB, Celtic III, PicArc, Omnicalc, and the new DCSB Libs
Doors CS is the most feature-packed, stable, and complete shell for graphing calculators. Eliminate all your apps and replace them with Doors CS 7!
The goal of Doors CS is to provide diverse support and powerful features to this inexpensive yet ubiquitous technological tool. Within this site, you will find all of the documentation and information you need to use and develop for Doors CS. You can research all of the various versions of Doors CS, better understand how to use your copy, and find all the data on the libraries and routines for creating Doors CS-compatible BASIC and Assembly-language programs.
New Doors CS user? Download Doors CS right now. Start with the Quick Start Guide, or if you have more time, the User Manual.
Developing for Doors CS? Doors CS comes prepackaged with the Doors CS SDK - all you'll need to harness the full power of Doors CS. Additionally, BASIC as well as ASM programmers should visit the online SDK and ask questions .
Want to learn more? Check Compatibility, Features, and Credits.
Curious how Doors CS looks? Then you need some Screenshots.
Want to report a bug or ask a question? Visit the Doors CS Forum.
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The Doors CS wiki was last updated on May 18, 2013.