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AW_EVENT_OBJECT_BUMP

Nov 2, 2003, 7:18pm
[View Quote] As much as click events on someone who likes to click everything. :)

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AW_EVENT_OBJECT_BUMP

Nov 2, 2003, 8:13pm
[View Quote] [View Quote] That's true, woo crazy crap. I was thinking of it as not happening
until you hit a certain object.

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AW_EVENT_OBJECT_BUMP

Nov 3, 2003, 2:51am
[View Quote] Or create a whole new scripting system from the ground up that might
allow something like this to be controlled by bots. (ie have a
sendeventto(328010,0) would send it to the citizen (obviously not much
would happen there) or sendeventto(328010,"Bot1","Bot2") would send the
event too bot1 and bot2 under the privilages 328010. This would
completely unbog the worldserver/uniserver and focus it towards bots for
special events a user may need.

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old Global Mode bug

Dec 3, 2003, 8:23pm
[View Quote] We are talking about AWI here. Did you see who they picked for beta
testers a couple of times..?

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old Global Mode bug

Dec 4, 2003, 5:20am
[View Quote] Mhmm.. I seem to remember posting numerous amounts of bug reports in
comparison to present company. The small bugs are just as buggy as the
larger ones.

Oh wait, wasn't that me who helped Roland with one of the major bugs
that caused random crashes in 3.2, wait it was. I thought you
researched the things you talked about? You always tell us. Unless you
were joked, in which case I concede.

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old Global Mode bug

Dec 4, 2003, 5:21am
[View Quote] > I'm not against including anyone in betas including idiots. Idiots
> should in fact be included in any kind of beta test since they will
> quickly try all the stupid things that normal people would never try
> to do and thus reveal where the programmer never thought they
> needed to put code.
>
> But regardless of what people are chosen to test new features
> whether alpha or beta, I certainly think that the people who have
> created 'add ons' for your product should be there without regard
> for whatever other considerations you apply.

Not the idiots, just the really... retarded people.

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aw_terrain_load_node

Dec 5, 2003, 6:08pm
[View Quote] As I'm sure you're no doubt aware, Terrain in the SDK is very
undocumented and hazardous.

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[VB SDK] - Bot seeds...

Dec 7, 2003, 4:50pm
[View Quote] And I assume the bot just magicaly learns things without being programed
to learn.

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For Brant : Seeding Anywhere

Dec 7, 2003, 4:46pm
[View Quote] And undefined variable.

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For Brant : Seeding Anywhere

Dec 10, 2003, 1:07am
[View Quote] Mmmm, I remember PROLOG. That was the weirdest language I must say.

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New Files Listed by Jacob

Dec 8, 2003, 4:28pm
[View Quote] It's hardly a past tense structure situation. The main problem is his
sentences are incoherent and often unintelligible. We've stipulated
it's French -- he lives in a French part of Canada.

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Microsoft and Borland Join Forces to Protect Compilers

Dec 10, 2003, 12:04am
[View Quote] He made it up.

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Microsoft and Borland Join Forces to Protect Compilers

Dec 10, 2003, 7:00am
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NelXaga Entertainment

Jan 6, 2004, 12:18pm
[View Quote] Wow Matt, where do you find this outdated trojan code...

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weather bot

Nov 15, 2003, 4:38pm
[View Quote] > Didn't know you wrote PHP also Andras :)
>
> Vamp, I don't need as much as Andras... if you pay me £10,000 you can have
> my PHP code.

Well, firstly, British £s have a higher value than USD (which I assume
is what Andras was using), so therefore £10,000 is more around the lines
of $13,500.

Secondly, I think Andras has confused himself with Ananas -- like most
of us do. :D (a Joke)

Thirdly, he probably doesn't know how to write <a href=object.zip>Click
here to download my bot!</a> in a php file.

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weather bot

Nov 15, 2003, 5:13pm
[View Quote] [View Quote] Well, unless he's more stupid than a newfie canuck, I doubt it.

>
>
> Indeed, those 2 need to get name tags.

Maybe InSaNiTy will help them out and give them one of his 30 names.

>
>
> mmmmm
>
> <?php
> echo ("<a href=object.zip>Click here to download my bot!</a>");
> ?> perhaps... taking the rediculously long roundabout way of using a ruddy
> standard HTML outside of PHP.

Yeah that way's stupid.

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Bot people

Nov 6, 2003, 6:59pm
[View Quote] I'm willing to help, but I will not make the whole bot. Making a whole
bot of this scale is tedious and AW just doesn't deserve that much of my
time anymore. So if you find someone who's willing to make the large
scale bot, I'll help them -- lord fett is a good candidate for this
since he and I both use the same language.

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Bot people

Nov 6, 2003, 8:14pm
[View Quote] I'm sure material exchange could be real time. Waiting at the end of a
turn is so weird to do things like giving someone money and stuff.

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MFC bot

Nov 23, 2003, 8:35pm
[View Quote] > There ain't much of a diff really... you use WM_TIMER to call a aw_wait
> every x seconds and have the entire thing encapsulated into a class instead
> of just on its own in the main cpp file.

Well, show him how to do it then.

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MFC bot

Nov 24, 2003, 3:46am
[View Quote] Microsoft Foundation Class. Microsoft's class, to the hell, I call
windows-GUI's a little easier.

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Re: ENZO - can Alex have that spot you offered me in your beta program?

Dec 3, 2003, 8:23pm
[View Quote] We are talking about AWI here. Did you see who they picked for beta
testers a couple of times..?

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Re: ENZO - can Alex have that spot you offered me in your beta program?

Dec 4, 2003, 5:20am
[View Quote] Mhmm.. I seem to remember posting numerous amounts of bug reports in
comparison to present company. The small bugs are just as buggy as the
larger ones.

Oh wait, wasn't that me who helped Roland with one of the major bugs
that caused random crashes in 3.2, wait it was. I thought you
researched the things you talked about? You always tell us. Unless you
were joked, in which case I concede.

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Announcing T2V Version 3

Dec 20, 2003, 8:29am
Pretty cool.


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Announcing T2V Version 3

Dec 22, 2003, 4:21am
[View Quote] No there isn't.

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Community NG?

Dec 31, 2003, 11:28pm
[View Quote] > Which one goes next?

Worldbuilders.

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NelXaga Entertainment

Jan 6, 2004, 12:18pm
[View Quote] Wow Matt, where do you find this outdated trojan code...

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Clipboard

Dec 18, 2003, 1:34am
[View Quote] > It's never been as simple as attraction to males or females. That's just an oversimplification of something which is by nature extremely complex. There are genetic tendancies to be attacted to specific traits or combinations of traits, and there are social and educational factors which complicate things further. A genetic tendancy toward traits which tend to show up more frequently or more prominently in potential mates would tend to increase the chances of that genetic tendancy getting passed on to a future generation, but keep in mind also that genes do cross over and exchange during meiosis, so it is possible for any trait generally associated with one gender to be passed on to a member of the other gender, provided that the passing on of such trait isn't considered to define the resulting gender in and of itself. Traits do tend, however, to cross over in groups based on physical proximity to each other within the same chromosome, thereby causing a certain amount of
aparent consistancy when it comes to which traits tend to accompany which other traits.

Meiosis never causes the gene for breast size to be passed to an XY
male. There are fail-safes in place -- and certain protein sequences
are analogus to certain genders... not just on the sex chromosomes.
Yes, there are faults in meiosis. But such huge faults result in death
of the fetus or infertile "its." XXY, XYY, and XXX for example -- they
are infertile but can carry traits from either sex (most often die
before birth). YYY is lethal, so is XYY most of the time.

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AW Menus

Oct 8, 2003, 9:24pm
[View Quote] So like, a menu you could program to do special options like "The Sims"
interface? That would be pretty nifty to have. Especially if you could
create the theme of the menu (like for Medieval RPG's have like a wooden
background and have it send some sort of SDK event too). ;) Would end
the need for having text interfaces for shops and crap. :)

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AW traslations

Oct 16, 2003, 10:49pm
[View Quote] Hi, it names me Mark?

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AW traslations

Oct 16, 2003, 10:56pm
[View Quote] [View Quote] Nombre is the form of naming something, Nombre es llevando, etc. Llama
is the form for a personal name, ie, Me llama Marc. At least that's all
I gathered from 5 years of Spanish. I do know that nombre usually is
the temporary form of naming something. You know, like Ser and Er or
whatever the hell those verbs were.

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