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The 20 Line Challenge / 1 line cube screen saver v1.0

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SH4773R
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Posted: 9th Apr 2011 01:23


Well I was board, I know its not the greatest but it does its job pretty well


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C4: silly putty for men.
29 games
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Posted: 9th Apr 2011 10:28
There's something rather pleasing about watching that.
SH4773R
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Posted: 9th Apr 2011 11:05
I thought so too, im glad you like it


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Westmere
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Posted: 19th Apr 2011 12:40
Looks... interesting.

Is there a limit on how long one line of code can be? If not you could do anything in those 20 liners which would make it pretty pointless.

BTW, you have this command twice: set object smoothing 1,60

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Posted: 19th Apr 2011 14:08
I don't know if there's a physical limit to how long a line of code can be in DBP. In DBC you can only have 255 characters per line.

However, the rules for the 20 line challenge state that:

Quote: "2) You can stack multiple commands per line up to a maximum of 25 commands per line."
Phaelax
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Posted: 25th Apr 2011 12:17
Not pleasing to my eyes, the flicking colors hurt my poor little optical orbs. I'd suggest fading the background from one color to the next.

SH4773R
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Posted: 27th Apr 2011 03:02
yeah I am gonna do that when I get some board again.


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Southside Games
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Posted: 9th Aug 2011 17:30
I like it. though it is a little weird... BTW. do you know how to make a screen saver run like on? were you don't have to click the app to launch it, but it will launch after idle time?
SH4773R
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Posted: 10th Aug 2011 09:39
No idea, ill look onto it for you though

zootan
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Posted: 14th Aug 2011 23:45
i think it would be easier to make a screensaver app that launches your chosen exe. in c+(?), rather than make a dbpro project that ran as a screensaver app, if someone did this we could run anything instead of a proper screensaver.

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