Game under development Merins' World

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Van Konamito

Paragon (1028)

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20-06-2006, 10:43

Looks cool (as far as I can see the tiny pictures) Tongue

Van webmouse

Master (134)

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20-06-2006, 11:33

It's not really 3D. Just a smart way of copying small image parts.
I don't think MSX is capable of 3D at higher resolutions. I have seen 3D projects in screen 3.
I use screen 5, then I have 3 pages for building images in the background.
The '3D' image in the game is kept small 128x105 pixels for speed.

Van webmouse

Master (134)

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07-07-2006, 19:12

I have updated the website. Some of the images are clickable now. Click and you wil see a larger version. I have not tested it with IE yet.

Van SolidEric

Champion (332)

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07-07-2006, 21:33

Not working with IE over here Sad , but the small pictures look promising!

Van Mafcase

Master (231)

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08-07-2006, 08:14

Not working with IE here too! Wink But...

For the Internet Explorer users who would like to see the BIG pictures here are some links:

Liverpool Lime Street station >> merinsworld.webmouse.nl/images/departure.jpg

Telling stories >> merinsworld.webmouse.nl/images/campfire.jpg

3Dexpiriment >> merinsworld.webmouse.nl/images/3dexpiriment.jpg

Coding >> merinsworld.webmouse.nl/images/codingtp3.jpg

Testing >> merinsworld.webmouse.nl/images/app_testing.jpg

Van webmouse

Master (134)

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08-07-2006, 09:02

Thanks Smile I'm working on the script, I had to find a windows user to test it with IE.

Van webmouse

Master (134)

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08-07-2006, 10:08

IE doesn't like this function:

function showLarge(id, imgwidth, imgheight) {
  document.getElementById("imglarge").style.visibility = 'visible';			
  document.getElementById("imglarge").style.top = (_y-300)+'px';
  document.getElementById("imglarge").style.left = _x+'px';
  document.getElementById("imglarge").innerHTML='<p class="text"><img src="images/'+id+'.jpg" width="'+imgwidth+'" height="'+imgheight+'" border="0" alt=""><br><a href="javascript:;" onclick="hideLarge();">Click to hide</a></p>';
}

I always have problems to code work arounds for bugs in IE (javascipt DOM and CSS suck big time in IE).

Van AuroraMSX

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11-07-2006, 13:21

I havent played around much with JavaScript, yet, but the main IE hack I use in CSS is this one:

.someClass {
   /* Set all CSS for Mozilla stuff here */
}

* html .someClass {
  /* Insert IE specific work arounds here */
}

'* html' selects branches in the DOM tree, where the html element is a child of an arbitrary other element. Since html is the root of the DOM tree, this selector should select nothing.
IE, of course, just disregards the fact that html is the root. and evaluates the given styles anyway. This trick and knowing the differences between the IE box model and the W3C box model usually get most of my web stuff working Smile

Van webmouse

Master (134)

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11-07-2006, 18:05

I know there are many ways to work around the IE model, css, javascript etc., I'm a webdeveloper .NET .
My problem is I don't want to code stuff 2 times. I hope IE 7 is more W3C complient.
If we keep supporting IE there never will be a standard.

Van mars2000you

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11-07-2006, 18:34

All Win users should indeed move to Firefox ! Smile

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