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Re: AMC Amiga Media Center
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@phoenixkonsole
Missing links in the message

AMC Website: link

AMC forum: link

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SAM440ep@667 & some winzoz related stuff
ScuiLib project's forum
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Re: AmiDARK Engine WIP - Multi Camera, Instance, Load/Save Objects
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@Freddix
Happy to see that your project is progressing well, congratulations!

@Hans
Maybe Freddix can add a flag at the end of the command to set the relative or absolute movement, something like:

DERotateObject(4, x, y, z [, relative])

<relative> could be true by default

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Re: A great day !
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@Raziel

GREAT!!!
:)

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Re: image diaporama on os4.1
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@Seblam

Thank you Seblem :)

...and yes, Hollywood is very powerfull!! ;)

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Re: image diaporama on os4.1
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@Seblam

Hello,
I'm developing "LookHere!", an image viewer written in Hollywood with slideshow capability.

Here are some screenies:
http://sdb.freeforums.org/lookhere-t38.html

and here is the latest version:
http://sdb.freeforums.org/lookhere-1-1-t41.html

As soon as the new version of Hollywood will be released I'll public a new version featuring basic file management and many new minor features and optimizations.


Regads,
Allanon

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Re: Picture viewer written using Hollywood?
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@ChrisH

Thank you ChrisH, I'll try to fix these problems as soon as possible :)

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Re: Picture viewer written using Hollywood?
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@ChrisH

I'll report this issue in the Hollywood ML, maybe Andreas (the HW maker) can help with this strange behaviuor.

Anyway, when you click on a thumb and the image is displayed fullscreen you have to press the right mouse button to return to the thumb view, or does not work?

In the next release I'll include some tool types to customize LookHere, including effects to be used :)

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Re: Picture viewer written using Hollywood?
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@ChrisH

Yes, I am.
I've tested it under OS4.1 on SAM, OS3.1 with WinUAE and AROS and it works fine, what system do you have?

The fonts included cames from the OS3.1, anyway the program search the fonts in its executable folder then in the fonts: assignments so you don't have to overwrite your fonts.

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Re: Picture viewer written using Hollywood?
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@ChrisH

Strange... do you have the folder <fonts> in the program directory?

If yes, and you have helvetica on your system <fonts:> try removing the fonts folder in the program directory.
If no try copying the helvetica font coming with the program in the system <fonts:>.

Let me know if works, maybe there is a nasty bug hiding somewhere ;)

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Re: Picture viewer written using Hollywood?
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Re: Learning HollyWood (~Tutorial) Vol. 1
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@Atheist

Hello,
if you are using TextOut to print your character you know exactly whre you are rendering it because you have to specify the coordinates.
Hollywood have commands to determinate the width and the height of a given string (in pixel) so it's pretty easy to compute a box to overwrite the old character:
you have the coordinates and you have the box sizes.
Unfortunatly I'm at work and don't remember the command names used to exctract the width and the height of a string.

You can achieve the same result with many technics, for example:
- using layers
- using a brush
- re-rendering the old character with the bg color
- Using TextOut and a bg color (that will clear the previous character)
and so on...

The last method should be the easiest but only if you are using a fixed width font

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Re: SAM hangs on AmigaOS4.1 screen
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@abalaban
Just modified and rebooted a couple of times, seems works fine :)
Thank you for the advise ;)

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Re: SAM hangs on AmigaOS4.1 screen
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@sundown

Quote:

In your Startup-Sequence, change the network line to this:

Run >NIL: C:AddNetInterface QUIET DEVS:NetInterfaces/~(#?.info)

Other wise, the bootup will hang waiting for the net connect.


wow! I was wondering why sometimes I've to wait 1 or 2 minutes watching the OS4.1 boot screen!!!
I'll modify my startup-sequence this evening, thank you sundown!
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LookHere! 1.1 available
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Hello guys,
LookHere! 1.1 is available, it's a image viewer coded with Hollywood, it's available for AROS, OS3, OS4 and MorphOS.

Here you can download the version you need & read the changes from the previuos version.

Here are some screenies of the 1.0 version and an extended description of the program.

Have fun!

Allanon

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Re: OpenGL - Problem with texture color not correct
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@freddix

I'm not an expert but has something to do with little-endian / big-endian stuff?

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ScuiLib WIP 0.7 beta
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Hello guys,
for those people interested in ScuiLib I've release a WIP version of the coming 0.7beta.

This release is far to be complete but with this WIP you can test and use the new scroller class and have a look at the RWin feature.

The WIP comes with 3 demo, two of them show the new scroller class while the third example show the RWins (stands for Real Windows), this one is available only for OS3.x due to the RWin client executable included only for this flavour.
There is also a pdf with the complete documentation of the scroller class.

For download an more informations have a look here:
Here

DIRECT LINKS
Scroller Class Doc:
Here

ScuiLib WIP0.7beta:
Here

Have fun!
:)

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Re: developers, what are you working on?
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@spotUP

Ok :)

I'm working on LookHere!, an image viewer just released but with many more features planned for next releases like exif infos and device monitoring for easy download/view.

Released version: here
Screenshots: here

The Gui is done using ScuiLib a self made library for Hollywood written in Hollywood, not finished yet but already usable and stable.
Here the latest release: 0.6 Beta
And a couple of screenshot of the included tutorials: here

I'd like to improve HFinder with many features planned in the next release:
Current version: v1.1
Screenshot: Here

I'm working on a Gui for Lame but I've to finish some parts of ScuiLib before going on with this project...

Finally I'd like to port to Hollywood a particle engine written some months ago for BlitzMax (Win version <--- AAARGH!!!)

That's all
:P

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Re: developers, what are you working on?
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An Hollywood programmer can also be considered a developer?

:)

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Re: ScuiLib 0.6 Beta released
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@nubechecorre
Nope, you need Hollywood to make your own programs using this library, once compiled you don't need ScuiLib neither Hollywood to run the application.

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ScuiLib 0.6 Beta released
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Hello guys,
for all of you who are interested in programming with Hollywood, here is the version 0.6 beta of ScuiLib.
With this library you can easily add nice Guis to your Hollywood applications.

The bug fixes and improvements list can be found in the guide included in the package, along with some tutorials you can use to learn ScuiLib basics.

You can download the archive HERE.

Happy coding!
:D

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