1. Post #161
    You'll have to speak up. I'm wearing a towel.
    omfgnex's Avatar
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    What about this GUI?

    Rounded corners are so 2008
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  2. Post #162
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    Well fine I'll make it able to use the old dithering.
    I don't even know why I'm sad about that, I made the old dithering algorithm! Of course it's better.

    I should make a GUI next and then post it here on FP.
    I like it both ways. The one way makes it kinda look like a sketch type of filter because it tends to use lines to shade more. Where the other way just looks like a plain dithering effect.
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  3. Post #163
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    I like it both ways. The one way makes it kinda look like a sketch type of filter because it tends to use lines to shade more. Where the other way just looks like a plain dithering effect.
    Now, this is where Google's Wave Technology would come in handy.
    Instead of derailing the whole thread about image dithering, or Overv's CakePhysics GUI, or even Catdaemon's spacefighter thingy, you'd be able to branch out on those individual posts.

    What I've been trying to do, for about 5 years.. but haven't had the time and have always gotten distracted, is create a forum software which does exactly what Google Wave does, except more.

    I feel I'm a bit late, and that I left it too long :(
    I don't even have anything to show off... I'm ashamed :(

    What I hope to be working on: Project Daydream.
    Except, all the other devs seem to have abandoned the project. I hope I can revive it.

    Edit: I'm not trying to attack the off-topic dudes... just using them as an example! I'm not an angry critical bastard D:
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  4. Post #164
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    Rounded corners are so 2008
    I love that. It's nice.
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  5. Post #165
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    This thread was kind of meant as a chat thing for the programming forum, so it's fine to post about what people are posting. I like your GUI Overv, I don't usually like white on black but it's nice a simple and clear
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  6. Post #166
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    Rounded corners are so 2008
    Yeah, they're a little too round and large.
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  7. Post #167
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    This thread was kind of meant as a chat thing for the programming forum, so it's fine to post about what people are posting. I like your GUI Overv, I don't usually like white on black but it's nice a simple and clear
    I use light grey on dark grey because it looks much nicer.
    For example, I use EEEEEE on 303030 a lot:

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  8. Post #168
    You'll have to speak up. I'm wearing a towel.
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    Mmm! Subtle colouring is always great. #eee is such a great colour, it's barely differentiated from #fff but it's so much easier on the eyes
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  9. Post #169
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    I use light grey on dark grey because it looks much nicer.
    For example, I use EEEEEE on 303030 a lot:

    0xEEEEEE and 0xEEE are the same thing aren't they?
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  10. Post #170
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    0xEEEEEE and 0xEEE are the same thing aren't they?
    as far as I know 0xEEE is just shorthand
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  11. Post #171
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    I tried it and it draws it the same. So I guess it's shorthand for the compiler as well.

    No, nevermind that's wrong.

    Edited:

    I just ended up with a blue application now haha.
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  12. Post #172
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    Just doing a crappy VB.NET sidebar replacement which can, among other features, track whether my friends' computers are turned on (pinging their external IP).
    Yes I know it doesn't mean their PC isn't/is turned on, but whoever unplugs their internet when their PC is on for no reason?
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  13. Post #173
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    Just doing a crappy VB.NET sidebar replacement which can, among other features, track whether my friends' computers are turned on (pinging their external IP).
    Yes I know it doesn't mean their PC isn't/is turned on, but whoever unplugs their internet when their PC is on for no reason?
    What if I don't pay for a static IP?
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  14. Post #174
    You'll have to speak up. I'm wearing a towel.
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    What if I don't pay for a static IP?
    I guess that's irrelevant unless you're one of the friends he's talking about
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  15. Post #175
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    That was clever.
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  16. Post #176
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    What if I don't pay for a static IP?
    Some ISPs give you a static IP by default. I've had the same IP since I got my internet hooked up.
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  17. Post #177
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    I use light grey on dark grey because it looks much nicer.
    For example, I use EEEEEE on 303030 a lot:

    This is why I recommend Zenburn
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  18. Post #178
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    Right now I'm reworking some IRC robots in PHP, and I'm starting with a webpanel.

    http://redmine.compwhizii.net/repositories/show/cwiibot
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  19. Post #179
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    This is why I recommend Zenburn
    This.

    Although, the "oblivion" color scheme used by Monodevelop, and gEdit are very nice. (They use the Tango color scheme)
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  20. Post #180
    You'll have to speak up. I'm wearing a towel.
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    This is why I recommend Zenburn
    Ugh! I want this for Notepad++

    Edited:

    Oh. Well that was easy
    http://www.autohotkey.com/forum/topic40678.html

    Edited:

    Just installed it. It doesn't have support for HTML, only C
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  21. Post #181
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    What the hell were they thinking


    Odd as fuck coloring.
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  22. Post #182
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    This is why I recommend Zenburn
    For some reason, even with my LCD, zenburn hurts more then the traditional black on white :saddowns:
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  23. Post #183
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    This is why I recommend Zenburn
    I do like that look, but I just tried to use it and I couldn't.. would take way too much getting used to than I have time for. Here's mine (default with Visual Assist)



    Edited:

    For some reason, even with my LCD, zenburn hurts more then the traditional black on white :saddowns:
    I kind of feel like it's because the rest of the IDE is near enough bright white
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  24. Post #184
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    Ever use Sublime Text?

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  25. Post #185
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    I can't stand black background ides, or any programs with dark backgrounds for that matter
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  26. Post #186
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    That's pretty cool haha.
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  27. Post #187
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    April 2009
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    Working on a Flash OS simulator. With features like notepad applications, calculators, file browsers, etc.
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  28. Post #188
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    Still working on particle editor..





    more here http://www.garry.tv/?p=998
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  29. Post #189
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    January 2006
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    I'm currently doing a freelance website job, at the stage now where I'm finishing off a really simple CMS for it (which was a terrible idea). Also, as a little side project a friend and I are working a little time management, invoicing and the like web app using Google Gears. We're probably gonna make a proper website out of it at some point.
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  30. Post #190
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    Still working on particle editor..





    more here http://www.garry.tv/?p=998
    Damn that's sick, I still need to read my C++ book :3
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  31. Post #191
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    I'm working on a map making and saving application for a game I am making. I've had some good proress but now I've hit a problem. How do I run functions of a class that is declared in another scope?
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  32. Post #192
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    I'm working on a map making and saving application for a game I am making. I've had some good proress but now I've hit a problem. How do I run functions of a class that is declared in another scope?
    Guessing you are using C++... headerfiles?
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  33. Post #193
    You'll have to speak up. I'm wearing a towel.
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    I'm currently doing a freelance website job, at the stage now where I'm finishing off a really simple CMS for it (which was a terrible idea).
    I tend to just build on wordpress these days. The idea of building a CMS just seems like to much of a pain in the ass. I might consider writing one on a rainy day (assuming this rain is of sin-cleansing proportions)
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  34. Post #194
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    Not using headerfiles. It's in my thread hehe.

    I want to use a for loop to be able to draw all of the blocks onto the screen:

    Code:
    for...{
         block[i].draw;
    }
    but the compiler has an error saying that block was not declared in the scope, because it's in my input function.

    Edited:

    Don't know how to fix :(.
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  35. Post #195
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    I tend to just build on wordpress these days. The idea of building a CMS just seems like to much of a pain in the ass. I might consider writing one on a rainy day (assuming this rain is of sin-cleansing proportions)
    Wordpress is really really bad; only have to look at the code to know that. I also hate how people are using it as a CMS. It's really slow. I was going to use ExpressionEngine, but I don't think I could have convinced the client to pay for it. I just went with my own because there were too many features it needed that no CMS' provided.

    The body of the system is an event calendar, news (which is the only thing Wordpress is marginally good for), and database management. They're an organisation with paying members, so I had to get that part right. They're not very tech savvy either, so I'm trying to keep it as simple as possible.
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  36. Post #196
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    Wow! Lots of awesome projects :) I'm just trying to learn Perl.
    you won't regret it, i don't understand why more people don't use it. you can PM me if you need any help with anything :biggrin:
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  37. Post #197
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    Ever use Sublime Text?

    <3
    I love using it.
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  38. Post #198
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    December 2006
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    Argh, I never new making a new object of a class inside an if statement created scoping errors.
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  39. Post #199
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    March 2009
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    I'm working on a PHP application to manage documents, whether hosted for multiple users or just personal use. It's buggy right now, but it works fairly well and is the first (somewhat) large program I've written (by large, I mean not something written while learning something).

    http://code.google.com/p/docsplus/
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  40. Post #200
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    July 2007
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    I've been trying to modify Survival Crisis Z, but it's not making much sense to me unlike other games.
    Code:
    loc_00423617: call MSVBVM60.DLL.__vbaHresultCheck
      loc_0042361D: xor ebx, ebx
      loc_0042361F: mov eax, 0000001Fh
      loc_00423624: cmp bx, ax
      loc_00423627: jnle 00423873h
      loc_0042362D: mov ecx, [004E43E8h] ; 
      loc_00423633: lea eax, [ebx*8]
      loc_0042363A: movsx edi, bx
      loc_0042363D: sub eax, ebx
      loc_0042363F: lea edx, [ecx+edi*2]
      loc_00423642: push edx
      loc_00423643: lea esi, [eax+eax*2]
    I guessed that has something to do with weapons and damage.
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