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little_t_todo [2012/03/30 01:32] (current)
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 +====== Little-T ToDo ======
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 +== Need to find. ==
 +Little-T source file
 +Windows source code - v.1 development frozen. (find file and put in /download)
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 +port little-T to Linux/win <---- legacy - Should be done right?
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 +win/Linux
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 +make source living room clean :-) (ready 4 net)
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 +freeze ms windows development on all fronts
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 +Found error in Little-T sub menu (no way to exit the sub menu (not prg))
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 +Rewrite in anonymous form: Ein user suggestion - hvar skulu vit fila such? Gera eitt sub punkt í main?
 +Nú havi eg roynt programmið við ljóðið....ordiliga gott....eg sendi tað eisini til mammu, so hon og sjálvandi Rói kundu royna tað. Rói, tað er so beiggi mín, hevur ikki roynt tað enn, men mamma royndi tað beinanvegin, og hon helt eisini, at tað var sera spennandi. Tað einasta, sum hon hevði at siga var, at hon helt, at um man skuldi læra at lesa samstundis sum mynd og ljóð vórðu spæld, so helt hon at orðið var skrivað alt ov lítið. Rói dugir nemliga ikki at lesa, so um hann møguliga skudli lært bókstavirnir meðan hann spældi spælið var tað neyðugt at skriva orðini við stórari skrift, soleiðis at tað ordiliga sást á skerminum.
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 +Hvussu er tad vid ord - kann man tendra text í little-t akkurat sum í T-Board
  
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