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robo cat
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Posted: 6th Jul 2004 21:00
Here is a 3D Clock.

The code is remarked so that you can see how it works.

It's designed for DBPro as it can be run in a window but it should work in DBClassic, although I haven't tried it.

It runs by your system clock so it will only be correct if your system clock is.

Here it is



Please tell me what you think
TooNRPG _dot_ tk
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Posted: 6th Jul 2004 22:14

Sweet, one problem, dosent run in dbc...
The problem is this line

It dosent recognise the syntax. I took that line out tho and it does something really strange, LoL

=-D
robo cat
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Posted: 6th Jul 2004 22:27
Thanks for the reply

It works fine in DBPro.

Assuming that DBClassic has the same "zrotate object" command (I think it does) it might not like the syntax because the commands are on the same line separated by " : ".

Try this code in DBClassic:



Does that work in DBClassic?
TooNRPG _dot_ tk
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Posted: 6th Jul 2004 22:29
Nope, still those 3 lines

Sytax error - Unrecognised parameter, i tried that earlier...

=-D
TooNRPG _dot_ tk
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Posted: 6th Jul 2004 22:31 Edited at: 6th Jul 2004 22:32
zrotate object [number],[z]
so it should work, no idea why it dosent...

By the way why isn't there an edit button
Oh yeah, its in the bottom left *edit* LoL

=-D
Cr4t3r
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Posted: 9th Jul 2004 04:38
It doesnt like the -hang#, so make it WRAPVALUE(hang# * -1). Works fine that way.

I do not feel pain; only the lack of a controller.
spooky
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Posted: 9th Jul 2004 07:47
Here's a version I did about a year ago that rotates the hands in a different way by offsetting the limbs.




Boo!

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