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36x36, my graphics editor in General
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The about section on the Spiderweb Software web page noted that 36x36 images or less are desirable for graphics in their games. I started working on a pixel editor that I made specifically for another game that I was programming. Anyways, after adding and removing a bunch of features, I came up with 36x36, my graphics editor for DOS. It can save 8- and 24-bit uncompressed bitmaps (although it can't load the 24-bit bitmaps, unfortunately).

Currently, there are four drawing layers, and each layer is 36x36 pixels. Also, the palette is fixed to the default VGA palette (unless you load some other 8-bit 36x36 bitmap that has a different palette).

It's not horribly exciting, but it's fun to work on. Just mess around with it; it might entertain you for a moment or two :P

You can check it out here:
http://www.freewebs.com/rizimar/36x36.zip

Yarr... 3:44 AM...

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Age in General
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Originally written by FatBatMonkey:

Sticky? Que?

Excuse me for sounding like a COMPLETE newb, but, what does that mean again?

It stays at the very top of the threads, above everything else. Like when you're in the General section of these forums, it would be at the top there.

By the way, I'm 16.

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
What movies made a big impression on you? in General
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What Dreams May Come made my cry.
Happy Gilmore made me laugh.
Bicentennial Man filled me with a horrible rage, causing me to tear out clumps of my own hair because it sucked and just wouldn't end.

Okay, I didn't really tear out my own hair. But the rest is true.

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Tell of your favorite plot twist in a game *spoiler* in General
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quote:
Originally written by Nemo Custer Impune Lacessit:

My favorite plot twist? Hmm. 'Max, you are in a video game / graphic novel', for novelty. (Those who do not get the reference do not deserve to.)
Yeah, that was funny. Also, in Max Payne 2 in the dream sequence where he's at the police station, if you walk around by his desk, there's a big easel that says "You are in a video game!" or something on it.

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Gunbound in General
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I don't know their names, but I like the Slug and the "Noob Wagon", although I've stopped using the latter.

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Living in the past? in General
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quote:
Originally written by ArcticWaffles:

Mostly I agree with what you think, the quality of movies these days is awful.

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She told me that the past is worthless and unimportant unless it can be applied to today.
I recommend shooting the girl and leaving her corpse for the wolves to eat. That is just plain stupidity, the legendary mistake of mankind to ignore the past.

I would like to second that. Has she never heard the saying, "history repeats"? If you see what has happened in the past, you can prepare for situations in the future. That girl is a complete moron. I think you should print off this thread and show her how stupid people know she is IMAGE(tongue00.gif)
For that whole "the generation is filled with idiots" crap, why cram more stupidity down our throats when someone can make something better? We don't all live on trendy clothes and brand names.

I dislike stupid people. Smack the girl upside the head next time. Just my opinion IMAGE(wink0000.gif)

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Happy Easter in General
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Happy Easter!

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Poetry in General
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You use a marquee, the links are too bright for the background, the image's background is black and the page's is white, and the poems aren't on their own pages and aren't named or anything.

Just my opinion.

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-- Zell_1388
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Poetry in General
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No problem IMAGE(tongue02.gif) Need anything else like that, just let me know

The site's really coming along, but I don't really care for the layout..

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-- Zell_1388
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Poetry in General
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I made a quick app for making a text file into a very simple HTML file. Right now, all it does is add <BR> tags in place of newlines. Either drag and drop the input file on the executable or manually type in a filename. It changes the extention for the output file to .htm, and for this reason, you should not use an HTML file as the input file (if you do, everything in your HTML file will be replaced with '<br><br>', which isn't good for you!). Just take the text from the output file and copy + paste it into the web page source. You can get it here. I hope that wasn't too confusing IMAGE(wink0001.gif)
Sure, it's lame, but it's better than manually pasting in all of the tags yourself.

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Poetry in General
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I made this poem a few years ago and I guess it just stuck in the back of my mind. It's called "Ork":

There once was a man named Ork
Who loved to eat his pork.
He'd shoot a boar,
It'd hit the floor,
And he'd eat it with his spork.

Brilliant, no? IMAGE(tongue01.gif)

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-- Zell_1388
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Poetry in General
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I think that the site should credit the writers. I don't know who wrote what. Also, the poems should have their own sub-sections instead of, for example, all funny pages on one page. It would be cool if there was a way to use CGI for people to add comments to the poems, but Freewebs doesn't allow that.

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00
Favourite Smells in General
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I like the smell of gas too. It's really strange, but smells good in a different way. Also, brownies that are fresh from the oven. That's a really good smell too.

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-- Zell_1388
Posts: 13 | Registered: Sunday, March 28 2004 08:00