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SDK and Visual Basic?

Dec 17, 1998, 4:45am
Could ya use Desaware's "Spyworks" to do the hooking? :)
be a good excuse fer me to pick up a copy..:)

seeyainanotherworld
Leo :) aka BinaryBud

[View Quote] > The only thing you can't do with the SDK from VB is set hooks for the
> events. I'm guessing the aw.dll doesn't use the __stdcall convention, since
> the AddressOf operator isn't working in VB5. You can do everything else
> including creating an avatar, logging in, moving around, and talking. Your
> 'Bot just can't receive responses from the world around it. I know some
> people like that, though. :)
>
> Kevin
> k_maclennan at compuserve.com
>
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Include files for VB

Oct 10, 1998, 4:21am
with all the declares and Constants? heheh
Anyone make any yet? or repackaged the SDK for VB5?
or am i gonna have to spend my time doing this? heheheh
hate to reinvent the wheel...:)

Leo :) aka BinaryBud

RPG

Feb 22, 1999, 3:42pm
hehehe Report Program Generator

as BB dates himself...:)



[View Quote] > Would you be so kind and inform someone like me who doesn't know that much about things what RPG is ? :-))) /Baggis
>
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Sick of VB6 !

Dec 1, 1998, 3:21am
"It's a poor workman that blames his tools."
You need to make sure your Variables are being declared properly.
VB has the best GUI going.

BB


[View Quote] > Just to say I'll have to find another programming language that has
> GUI support. VB6 can't read aw_string and crashes, sometimes
> unexpectedly crashes on aw_int, in both cases with an ACCESS VIOLATION
> in aw.dll... Can't spend more efforts on this rubbish language. And my
> bot was getting so nice: walking, dancing, flying, travelling by foot
> to new destinations... I could cry.
>
> I tried compiling the 1st SDK example in C with VC++6, within 15
> minutes I had the Speaker bot running and HEARING, a new experience
> for me. But GUI support is lacking there, and I really want that too.
>
> Help! Canopus, how's Delphi? I havent programmed in Pascal since
> Turbo times under DOS, that's years ago. Does object Pascal support
> dlls in C? I have now Delphi 2, it's been given away for free.
>
> Desperately seeking....
>
> XelaG

'Fog' in distance

Apr 29, 1998, 4:21pm
Neither opinion is worth the electrons their written with.
IMO


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Wishlist

May 4, 1998, 4:05pm
[View Quote] HEHEHE i see your getting into the comedy routines now Eep.

LOL

BB



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Wishlist

May 5, 1998, 10:03am
yea been there done that.....YAWN...:)



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Wishlist

May 5, 1998, 12:18pm
Your ignorance is shining Eeppy...hehehe your just using something i
told you way back......yes i WAS using SendKeys for most of Robo, but
can you tell me how i'm doing it now? heheheh thought not....:)
Even if i did explain it to you, you wouldn't understand it..:) Oh,
and what REAL program have you made lately, Mr. i know how it all works.

heheh this is fun...:)

Leo :)



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Wishlist

May 5, 1998, 5:31pm
heheheh or something yea that's it or something....:)
Robo is looking real good....made a real kewl addon...it will make sure
that it cannot work with any objects that have a build number of
198174...:) blows right up....imagine that..:)

oh and hurry up and brush up on your TCP/IP or whatever...:) hehhe

BB :)




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Wishlist

May 6, 1998, 11:19am
Hey Slydog;

If you've done this, then you would understand the frustration,
Why does using Windows Messaging NOT work when sending an UP or
DOWN arrow command to the AWB? for object movement? It reacts
differently than the same message sent from the keyboard itself.
Let me know how this works for you...:) everytime i send the message
for an UpP arrow....the object moves up, but when it's done, your avatar
also will move up....:) try it....let me know what you find..:)

I've been playing with SpyWorks from Desaware..:)

BB




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Wishlist

May 6, 1998, 2:40pm
Since i am the one that pointed this bug out to you, i do know all about
it and how to work around it( not many workarounds). The 5 key does not
stop it....actually a bug in the handling of this key also.....and the
"Reverse Direction" method does not work either....if i move the object
100 clicks up i have to give the Avatar 100 clicks down to compensate
for it....and these NEVER match up....never a 1 to 1 relationship...:(
Believe me it gets deep....:) If the keyboard handler was just fixed
in the first place, lot's would be nice..:) I've been plugging
away at this little quirp for over a year now..:( Just been waiting,
and hoping Roland can make the little "tweek" to fix it.....:) I'm
only speculating that it is something that NEEDS to be fixed, only
because of the strange way Windows Messaging handles the problem also.
Anyone else that has actually written code to solve this, i would
appreciate hearing from them...:)

Leo :) aka BinaryBud




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Wishlist

May 7, 1998, 9:42am
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nope doesn't matter whether i send it to the "object properties"
box or the Main Window...same response. And when using Windows
Messaging the "focus" is irrelevent.

BB

Wishlist

May 7, 1998, 9:45am
hehehe "if i only had the time" yea....i do need to rewrite Robo,
no doubt......:) it's past the weekend play toy stage.....:)
Someday i'll get to it..:)
Funny thing is i got the record layout a while back and have never even
spent any time with it...:)
Right now i'm enjoying spending more time with my Wife....:)


BB






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Better Enchantments In Audio

May 4, 1998, 4:11pm
Sorry Peep, your wrong....they do not need more programmers. You
just need to leave Roland alone. Let him create.

BB



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Re: event sound

May 4, 1998, 4:14pm
You have a lot to learn too, shorty. Why do you think they told you it
was on the list? To get you off their freak'in back. But then again
you already knew that, ....right? :) hehehe LOL



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Re: objects

May 6, 1998, 11:31am
Eep, if you "don't give a shit" then why post? hehehehhe
Obviously you have lots of shit to give.

BB

PS; you misspelled "known" also.

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Send Telegram Window

May 7, 1998, 9:47am
double ditto...:)

BB

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Happy Anniversary To Tomas & Janka - First Virtual Wedding in Alphaworld

May 8, 1998, 3:21pm
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Too kewl! Congratulations you two!! :)

BinaryBud

More objects per sector!

May 13, 1998, 2:35pm
LOL i like this....heheheh LOL

BB


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MULTIPLE SELECTING

May 13, 1998, 2:37pm
That's what i thought....years of jerking off....that's what did it to
you Eep....:)

BB


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I Wish.......

May 28, 1998, 4:26pm
I wish COF would stop deleting post's like some paranoid child.
PLEASE Quit hiding and respond to "YOUR COMMUNITY".

BB :(

Roland: Automatic Animation is Unrealistic!

Jun 17, 1998, 4:00pm
[View Quote] Naaaa, just that you can expect to make a few mistakes when trying
anything new...:) actually mistakes are how you learn.....:) or
should i say, if you don't make the same mistakes twice, then your
learning.....hehehehhe sheeeesh...i can see this going nowhere quick.
LOL hehehehe

"Area's full"

Aug 4, 1998, 2:47pm
Eep, must we constantly remind you that your an ass? Your doing the
same thing with COF.....try CONSTRUCTIVE. Change your MO dood...very
boring. And of course all the good ideas were yours.....we all know
that.....how could we forget? Oh, yea, first person to come up with
that routine gets big bucks from me......
"the how to forget Eep idea...."

yea....i can see it now.....tranquility....peace at last...:)

BB


ps; hey, eep, you "pick up" that programming yet?
said you were gonna.....hmmmmmm must be to boring and
"un-challangeing" fer ya huh? It just might help all your "expert"
advise to others...:) especially COF.....they need the help? right?
LOL hehehehehe

Roland & Protag.....:) keep up the great work guys! Time will tell..:)

</lamercomments> <---- this is the only way Eep can read this post.






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