• What are you working on?
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  • Got a bit more done with my GUI for the facepunch game, I pretty much rewrote the whole GUI class though. [img]http://imgkk.com/i/1LyaOlYF.png[/img] Features so far, Unlimited amount of Shapes and Items per GObject. Simple Input system (doesn't support shift to Uppercase yet). Hover over a text-field to enable typing. Gui objects can now be closed. Gui Objects can be resized during RunTime.
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  • Those Silk Icons are getting old. I'm currently reading the "C++ Beginners Guide by Herbert Schildt" so I hope I'll have some stuff for here later ^^
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  • [QUOTE=Chandler;15852916]Says you. If I were working on a game I would be using Lua so the designers would shut the fuck up about implementing features and they could just implement the gameplay themselves. Not to mention Lua is easy to modify syntactically, compared to the behemoth that is python or the standard that is javascript.[/QUOTE] Thing is, Python and JavaScript syntax doesn't need to be modified because it doesn't suck ass like Lua's.
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  • [QUOTE=Sloped;15857765]Got a bit more done with my GUI for the facepunch game, I pretty much rewrote the whole GUI class though. [img]http://imgkk.com/i/1LyaOlYF.png[/img] Features so far, Unlimited amount of Shapes and Items per GObject. Simple Input system (doesn't support shift to Uppercase yet). Hover over a text-field to enable typing. Gui objects can now be closed. Gui Objects can be resized during RunTime.[/QUOTE] Please please please release the source code when your done
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  • [QUOTE=Xeon06;15857984]Thing is, Python and JavaScript syntax doesn't need to be modified because it doesn't suck ass like Lua's.[/QUOTE] Lua's syntax doesn't suck ass, it's just your opinion.
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  • I agree, it seems so messy to me. Lets not have an argument about it. Still developing my engine, the boring parts are so boring..
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  • [QUOTE=MADmarine;15826806]I just started coding a simple maze game today. It's mainly to learn how to make a decent level editor. [img]http://filesmelt.com/Imagehosting/pics/9dba065816d9ca986e25b53840af975b.jpg[/img] [img]http://filesmelt.com/Imagehosting/pics/497b985343903ce73bafad1490d7e716.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] Whoa that's nice dude.
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  • [QUOTE=Maurice;15837638]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.[/QUOTE] Yeah seems like a fun little program to play with. Make sure to post it in a new thread so I can download it :3: Anyway, this isn't programming and it's no where near as intricate as some of the impressive things you guys are working on, but I've been attempting to learn the ropes with vBulletin. Basically trying to re-create a few of the features seen here at Facepunch, since Garry did such a nice job with it. It's been really fun, and very satisfying when you see your work actually, well, working! [url]http://forums.livefromplanetdeath.net/[/url]
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  • What about this GUI? [img]http://i44.tinypic.com/142qxxj.png[/img]
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  • [QUOTE=Overv;15860045]What about this GUI? [img]http://i44.tinypic.com/142qxxj.png[/img][/QUOTE] Rounded corners are so 2008 :v:
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  • [QUOTE=Maurice;15837638]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.[/QUOTE] 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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  • [QUOTE=jivemasta;15860137]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.[/QUOTE] 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: [url=http://daydreamonline.net/]Project Daydream[/url]. Except, all the other devs seem to have abandoned the project. I hope I can revive it. [b]Edit:[/b] 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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  • [QUOTE=omfgnex;15860084]Rounded corners are so 2008 :v:[/QUOTE] I love that. It's nice.
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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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  • [QUOTE=omfgnex;15860084]Rounded corners are so 2008 :v:[/QUOTE] Yeah, they're a little too round and large.
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  • [QUOTE=garry;15860549]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[/QUOTE] I use light grey on dark grey because it looks much nicer. For example, I use EEEEEE on 303030 a lot: [img]http://imgkk.com/i/IzuUo8iD.png[/img]
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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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  • [QUOTE=Jallen;15860699]I use light grey on dark grey because it looks much nicer. For example, I use EEEEEE on 303030 a lot: [img]http://imgkk.com/i/IzuUo8iD.png[/img][/QUOTE] 0xEEEEEE and 0xEEE are the same thing aren't they?
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  • [QUOTE=nos217;15861827]0xEEEEEE and 0xEEE are the same thing aren't they?[/QUOTE] as far as I know 0xEEE is just shorthand
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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. [editline]09:43PM[/editline] I just ended up with a blue application now haha.
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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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  • [QUOTE=Within;15862284]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?[/QUOTE] What if I don't pay for a static IP?
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  • [QUOTE=ZeekyHBomb;15862378]What if I don't pay for a static IP?[/QUOTE] I guess that's irrelevant unless you're one of the friends he's talking about
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  • [QUOTE=ZeekyHBomb;15862378]What if I don't pay for a static IP?[/QUOTE] 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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  • [QUOTE=Jallen;15860699]I use light grey on dark grey because it looks much nicer. For example, I use EEEEEE on 303030 a lot: [img]http://imgkk.com/i/IzuUo8iD.png[/img][/QUOTE] This is why I recommend [url=http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000682.html]Zenburn[/url]
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  • Right now I'm reworking some IRC robots in PHP, and I'm starting with a webpanel. [url]http://redmine.compwhizii.net/repositories/show/cwiibot[/url]
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  • [QUOTE=gparent;15862939]This is why I recommend [url=http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000682.html]Zenburn[/url][/QUOTE] This. Although, the "oblivion" color scheme used by Monodevelop, and gEdit are very nice. (They use the Tango color scheme)
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  • [QUOTE=gparent;15862939]This is why I recommend [url=http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000682.html]Zenburn[/url][/QUOTE] Ugh! I want this for Notepad++ [editline]11:13PM[/editline] Oh. Well that was easy [url]http://www.autohotkey.com/forum/topic40678.html[/url] [editline]11:13PM[/editline] Just installed it. It doesn't have support for HTML, only C