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Babyboy


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Posted: 16 Apr 2004 05:38:41 pm    Post subject:

Laughing

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Jeremiah Walgren
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Posted: 16 Apr 2004 10:04:47 pm    Post subject:

What is "Ff" referring to?
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Babyboy


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Posted: 17 Apr 2004 09:20:26 am    Post subject:

final fantasy


arrow cursor


here is the link to the arrow program on ticalc


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DarkerLine
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Posted: 17 Apr 2004 09:56:49 am    Post subject:

Things like
Quote:
Pt-Off(19,A
Pt-Off(20,A
Pt-Off(21,A
Pt-Off(22,A
Pt-Off(23,A

Can be replaced with Line(19,A,23,A,0
which is both faster and smaller.
Also, the Lbl PM/Goto PM's can be replaced with a loop.
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Babyboy


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Posted: 17 Apr 2004 08:39:50 pm    Post subject:

note that the example u put in are PT OFF's!, what you are thinking about has already been done,


i want the Lbl so i dont have to repeat the code later, i can just keep going to it


did anyone download it?
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JesusFreak
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Posted: 17 Apr 2004 10:25:25 pm    Post subject:

i did
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DarkerLine
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Posted: 18 Apr 2004 09:25:39 am    Post subject:

Babyboy wrote:
note that the example u put in are PT OFF's!, what you are thinking about has already been done, i want the Lbl so i dont have to repeat the code later, i can just keep going to it

1. It hasn't been done at least in the code.

2. Line(x1,y1,x2,y2,0 erases the line so you could put it instead of the Pt-Off('s.

3.
Quote:
Lbl PM
If A<17
Then
...
Goto PM
End

If A>41
Then
...
Goto PM
End

...

getKey
If Ans
Then
...
If Ans=25
A+8->A
If Ans=34
A-8->A
This will not work, do Ans + 8((Ans=25)-(Ans=34 -> A
...
End

...


If A<17
Then
...
Goto PM
End

If A>41
Then
...
Goto PM
End

getKey
If Ans
Then
...
Again, do Ans + 8((Ans=25)-(Ans=34 -> A
...
End
Goto PM

You shouldn't use Gotos in If/Then/End's. And it can be changed to:

Code:
Repeat 0
DelVar Z
If A<17
Then
...
1->Z
End
If Z
End

If A>41
Then
...
1->Z
End
If Z
End
...

getKey
If Ans
Then
...
Ans + 8((Ans=25)-(Ans=34 -> A
...
End

...


If A<17
Then
...
1->Z
End
If Z
End

If A>41
Then
...
1->Z
End
If Z
End

getKey
If Ans
Then
...
Ans + 8((Ans=25)-(Ans=34 -> A
...
End
End


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Babyboy


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Posted: 19 Apr 2004 03:23:10 pm    Post subject:

good points!

changes made

look for them when i (eventually) release FF
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Tyler


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Posted: 22 Apr 2004 06:56:23 pm    Post subject:

Quote:
Pt-Off(19,A
Pt-Off(20,A
Pt-Off(21,A
Pt-Off(22,A
Pt-Off(23,A

Can be replaced with Line(19,A,23,A,0


No, this can be used to erase the points. If the 5th argument of a Line( command is equal to zero, that line will be erased, not drawn. Hence:

Line(1,10,10,1)
Will draw a line while

Line(1,10,10,1,0)
Will erase the line just drawn
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Babyboy


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Posted: 22 Apr 2004 08:39:40 pm    Post subject:

thats why i luv this site Laughing

you all help me so much! i just hope i am contributing half of what i get Very Happy


does anyone play medal of honor: allied assult? i am having the stupid old "unable to load open GL()" problem, and i dont remember how i got rid of it!


i am starting to round out a battle system, i finally finished the pause menu <hops around in seat>

to jbirk- my filespace?
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Arcane Wizard
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Posted: 23 Apr 2004 07:55:02 am    Post subject:

Tyler wrote:
Quote:

Pt-Off(19,A
Pt-Off(20,A
Pt-Off(21,A
Pt-Off(22,A
Pt-Off(23,A

Can be replaced with Line(19,A,23,A,0


No, this can be used to erase the points. If the 5th argument of a Line( command is equal to zero, that line will be erased, not drawn. Hence:

Line(1,10,10,1)
Will draw a line while

Line(1,10,10,1,0)
Will erase the line just drawn

Pt-Off

k?

Quote:
does anyone play medal of honor: allied assult? i am having the stupid old "unable to load open GL()" problem, and i dont remember how i got rid of it!
Install openglide drivers. If you have an nvidia card (rules!!!!) just download the latest drivers. You can get glsetup.exe which will get you the drivers you need from http://www.opengl.org . Or use directx, but I can't remember if you can choose that in MOHAA:AA.

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Tyler


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Posted: 23 Apr 2004 07:49:57 pm    Post subject:

I have that game, it's good fun but much too easy. NO! I DONT CHEAT!
Anyways, like Arcane said, download the OpenGL drivers from www.opengl.com, be sure to have a backup of system information though, improperly installed drivers will mess up your system and you will be forced to boot in "Safe Mode"

Press F8 Before it says "Loading Windows XX....
Or in before anything happens in XP
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Babyboy


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Posted: 23 Apr 2004 09:32:52 pm    Post subject:

downlaoding open gl now, thx,

i have an Nvidia tnt 2 64 MB pci video card ($50 Laughing )
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Arcane Wizard
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Posted: 24 Apr 2004 02:51:12 am    Post subject:

Where on earth did you get a 64mb version of the TNT2 video card? They only made 32 mb versions at most.

You should've bought a Geforce 3 Ultra for $50, though, TNT2 sucks espesially Model 64 which is a toned down version.

Guess what kind of videocard I have.


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Babyboy


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Posted: 24 Apr 2004 07:54:58 pm    Post subject:

(look at my card) geforce 2 Razz oops...


Quote:
Guess what kind of videocard I have


umm... ATi Radeon 9800 all-in-wonder 256MB DDR RAM with TV and Svideo (drool)

or it could be some old ISA card the size of your keyboard with a whopping 4 colors (put it in my IBM XT Laughing )


minnesota had its tri-annual great computer sale at the state fairgrounds! guess what i bought


in l33t...7\/\/0 G1G4|-|3r7z b4r3b0/\/35 f0r $150!!!!

it is the coolest! up to 256mb built in video RAM!!!!




ok, 2 hours later i find that i cannot find openGL drivers, im going to try a game patch, that is if my computer will stop restarting spontaniously!!! oh, my new computer refuses to see the built in hardware, even when looking at the motherboard CD, i even installed the software!

its 10:00 here, im tired, ill try once more, Neutral


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Babyboy


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Posted: 11 May 2004 08:11:52 pm    Post subject:

check out the latest build of FF, now that i have member space

my stuff
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