Scientific / Simple calculator, an iPhone(R) calculator clone.
Full featured scientific/simple (toggle for simple mode) calculator with algebraic method of entry that allows you to enter mathematical sequences in the same order that they are algebraically stated (PEMDAS / AOS™). It works just like the iPhone® calc or most other calculators of its kind and therefore probably doesn't need any further explanations ;o).
Special features of the Calc SS3:
- Uses no memory if not in use (uses no memory in background like most extensions do)
- Uses very little memory if in use (no images, only 1 little script (~11kB), no jQuery, event delegation, etc...)
- Frees all the memory it used if 'turned off'
- Works (of course) offline. No internet connection needed (no stat-tracking, etc.)
- Memorizes not only the display if turned off/on but also all other states.
It's even possible to continue a calculation sequence after turning it off/on
- Full Keyboard support: See http://www.dematte.at/calculator/#usage
- Copy/Paste from/to display with Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V
- Simple / Scientific toggle (arrow in a circle on left side of display, doubleclick display or press [TAB])
- Digit grouping in 4 modes: switchable with the new circle on the left or [h, Shift+G]
- Dynamic font-size and smooth font rendering keep numbers in display as readable as possible.
- Real sci-calc-style calculations, so 1+2*3=7 (... not 9 like with others),
and 1*(2+3)=5=25 (... not 8 like with the original iPhone® calculator)
- You can theoretically use an unlimited amount of brackets
- No need to close brackets if equation sign follows anyhow
- Look and feel of the well known iPhone® (OS4) calculator
- Mouse handling mimics the handling of the iPhone®
- This 'iClone' (iPhone® Calc Clone) is realized with CSS3 only, so no images are used
Read about precission of Calc SS3: http://www.dematte.at/calculator/#precission
Google turned of font smoothing in Chrome for Windows. Hopefully it's back soon. Sorry!
Calc SS3 is a special celebration release!
Due to the 5000th user of my first extension colorPicker 0.9 within 17 weeks at
(even though it was very hard to find in the Chrome™ web-store), I decided to release a 'weekend-project' as a 'thanks' to all the users who appreciated my previous work so much.
This project started as an exercise for CSS3 usage,... but making a key-board without any use... well, so I programmed a (quick and dirty) functionality to it.
Have Fun with it ;o) and Cheers!