Ego Eram Reputo

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  1. Madjik really knows what he's talking about. I just ran a simple test on the value of y,x loops vs x,y loops. Without changing any other code I found the speed increase impressive! 1600x1200 pixel canvas: CellMaker2.0@12,12,2 = 62 seconds CellMaker2.0 (with y,x loops) @12,12,2 = 31 seconds
  2. Thanks for the code examples and your tutorial! I had not considered that the y,x loops would be appreciably quicker than the x,y loops. Each cell must be inside the selection so that a valid maze can be constructed (the next step - CellMaker was just the preliminary construction but it worked well so I thought I'd release it). I do, and I'll learn plenty from your post. I'll study your code over the next few days and see what I can come up with. Thanks again.
  3. Go to any shop. They'll have it. Does tucking a Pyrochild in at night require oven mitts?
  4. + Simple and very clean. Username easily readable. - Lacks colour. Not a big fan of the font (a bit weedy). Verdict: 8/10
  5. Pull the plug out instead. This technique doesn't create the nasty sparks. I've replied to countless emails announcing my international lottery win. Why don't I receive any money?
  6. Hasn't the hexagonal fill plugin already been done? viewtopic.php?p=26008#p26008 CellMaker v2.0 is a piece of a larger project (codename:Prim - for those intrigued) and is my first foray into C#, so I'll gladly accept criticisms of my code.
  7. This plugin has been superseded by Cellmaker Rev(isited) by zoonel, release date: Dec 06, 2009 you can find it here: Cellmaker Rev This plugin is very similar to the Gridmaker plugin. It simply makes a grid of cells within a given selection. There are three corner options, hard, soft (corner pixels are removed) and rounded (three of the corner pixels are removed for a rounded look). [edit] Thanks to a number of suggestions from Madjik the code has been sped up considerably, hence the new numbering: CellMaker 3.3 replaces all previous versions. Note: The function of the plugin has not altered between versions, only the rendering speed. CellMaker is now found under the RENDER submenu (Ash's request). It works like this: Note: if you really want this plugin, you can find it in my plugin pack
  8. I've been playing with Codelab a little lately, thanks BoltBait for all your hard work on it. As my eyes get weaker I find it harder to read text on the screen. So, would it be possible to setup some default settings for codelab with maybe a codelab.ini file? // Codelab.ini // 0,0,799,599 // Window coordinates: top left to bottom right (so I can resize and the new size will persist on reopening). 16 // Font size in pixels #00FF00 // Comments color I don't want a fully featured word processor, just a little tweak to make the font/opening window a bit larger. [edit additonal] If an *.ini file is not going to happen, my other wish is for a couple more tools on the toolbar?
  9. Why run two equations based on odd/even canvas size? Why not run the same code on both with the rider that the odd sized canvas will be perfect and the even sized canvas will have a 1 pixel column (or row) unused at the right edge (or bottom edge)? (I haven't tried your code so I'm only guessing to the effect you're after.)
  10. Lately HTML is becoming a tighter markup language than its previous usage, as we are now looking to create semantically correct HTML code. This means that the markup tags should only be used to construct the content of a page, while CSS (cascading Style Sheets) do all the styling. Therefore my recommendation for beginners: (X)HTML and CSS is the place to start.
  11. I've always liked usedHONDA's avatar, therefore 9.5/10. Took me at least three days to figure out that neo1973 wasn't your license plate!
  12. 7/10 Nice colors! For the reflection to really work you've gotta invert the letters. Am I getting echoes of one of Pyrochild's previous sigs?
  13. This really is excellent news. Congratulations David! Hip Hip Hurrah!
  14. I've grown up programming. Atari ST taught me STOS basic and 68000 machine code. From there I moved up to 286 assembly/DOS and onto VB6 with a more recent foray into VB.NET. Somewhere in there I taught myself HTML 4 & CSS and a smattering of JavaScript. Unfortunately I have no formal qualifications and this practically rules me out of employment in the IT industry (my true calling). I'd encourage anyone starting out programing to go for VB6 first. It's an intuitive language that will allow you to get programs running very quickly.
  15. The Piper knew he would collect the kid on the next sweep for rats. Which great exponent of Cartesian dualism resisted the reduction of psychological phenomena to a physical state and insisted there was no point of contact between the extended and the unextended?
  16. That's me in the centre. Of course I've given up smoking now..., :wink:
  17. Absolutely agree! Life would be complete with a resizeable gaussian blur tool / paintbrush.
  18. CMD & Carbonize: Thanks for clarifying that guys. I was just making sure I wasn't going to be in breach of the advertising/soliciting rule(s). Feel free to comment on the site. If it's really harsh pm me instead
  19. I'd love to trade ya for a year. I've always wondered what it was like. What is NZ's July like? Snow, or just a little chillier than usual? Depends on where you are. My area: East coast of South Island is generally cold and clear with frequent southerly blasts rolling through (straight off Antarctica). Overnight lows of -2 to 4 deg C. Brutal frosts when clear. Heaviest snowfally are July & into August with occasional falls up to a month or two outside these times. Sounds harsh, but I love it! Clear skies are brilliant in winter.
  20. Are commercial sites allowed here? I do a little web design and my site is geared towards this. I'll post the url here: [ Edit: Scriptus ] if no one would be offended or accuse me of blatant advertising.
  21. Frozen water. Falls from the sky. Makes everything white. Beautiful. Down here in the deep south pacific we've got heat coming on. It's around 23 degrees today and looking great for the whole week. Christmas here means jandals/sandals, beaches and BBQ's. I'd love a "winter" Christmas.
  22. 42 I only mention this because fans of the "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" will understand my dilemma completely. In age I approximate one Myrddin and one CMD (plus change) :!: Actually, I'm blown away with some of the ages mentioned. I guessed some of the users to be decades older (take that as a compliment guys).
  23. Didn't the Rolling stones say "time is on our side"? Well it wasn't! Hence the rushed pic with altogether too much blurring around the base. As usual: No stock images were harmed in the production of this image 100% PDN
  24. We aliens don't want to steal it. Why is there no slot for pdn plugins to plug in to?
  25. More than life itself. Why does my boss complain that I spend so much time of this forum?