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#1 Andy.Davies

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Posted 20 June 2004 - 10:40 AM

I was browing another forum (yes i do visit more than this on <_<) and when i made a post, i noticed an option which i think would be helpful, especially for the quick post feature, here it is:

Automaticaly Convert typed URLS to click-able links

I think that would be useful for the quick reply box, and as it was a check box it could be added to users profiles, like under default settings, aswell as showing it while posting :)

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Posted 20 June 2004 - 04:49 PM

this is automatic on this forum, an URL is always click-able.

http://thisisclic-able

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Posted 20 June 2004 - 04:52 PM

oh right :) i hadnt noticed <_<

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Posted 20 June 2004 - 06:48 PM

hehe,
yeah, sometimes it doesnt work but it is there... :)

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Posted 30 June 2004 - 06:26 AM

I have 2 suggestions:
1. How about letting members put attachments together with their messages? It can be of any type, zip,rar,mp3,cat etc.

2. It's quite hard to paste any coding here when your computer does not have the casio font(particularly if you're using a public computer). So, if this forum has a font formatter, then it would be easier to paste BASIC coding here.

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Posted 30 June 2004 - 07:56 AM

both have come up before, after several months (new member cant use it) you will be able to use the file sharing, that will let you store things on the forum, we decided not to alow atachments in posts because they eventually just get lost in the back pages of the forum, taking up space.

i forget what we decided/said about the other one...

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Posted 30 June 2004 - 08:26 AM

well new members can use the File Sharing but their files will appear only after the approval of an administrator.

For the font suggestion, the problem is that internet provides no way to embed a font with a web page... What do you mean by "font formatter"? if you are on a public computer it would be still a problem to type CASIO basic code.

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 07:13 AM

For the font suggestion, the problem is that internet provides no way to embed a font with a web page... What do you mean by "font formatter"? if you are on a public computer it would be still a problem to type CASIO basic code.

Well, I thought there was a software to convert our cat files to readable code, just like when you paste the code into CasioCom, if you don't have the casio font file, there will be all that funny characters out there. Then when I paste the characters into Notepad, sure enough, it was converted into standard Casio BASIC with exception of a few symbols, ->, =>, r, theta came out as strange, funny looking things. so I thought if this forum could implement this feature to convert these funny symbols into things we understand then it would make it easier for us to paste coding here.

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 07:20 AM

hmm, i have an idea... testing:

Filename:BOUNCE
ViewWindow -6.3,6.3,1,-3.1,3.1?
.1->O?
0->S?
2->W?
Lbl o?
ClrText?
Locate 1,1,"#####################"?
Locate 1,7,"#####################"?
Locate 4,3,"Bounce Extream"?
Locate 10,4,"By:"?
Locate 6,5,"Jake Finley"?
While Getkey<>31?
WhileEnd?
ClrText?
Locate 1,2,"1: Easy"?
Locate 1,4,"2: Normal"?
Locate 1,6,"3: Hard"?
1->Q?
Locate 1,Q,"---------------------"?
Locate 1,Q+2,"---------------------"?
While Getkey<>31?
Getkey->G?
If G<>0?
Then Locate 1,Q," "?
Locate 1,Q+2," "?
IfEnd?
If G=28 And Q<>1?
Then Q-2->Q?
IfEnd?
If G=37 And Q<>5?
Then Q+2->Q?
IfEnd?
If G<>0?
Then Locate 1,Q,"---------------------"?
Locate 1,Q+2,"---------------------"?
IfEnd?
WhileEnd?
If Q=1?
Then .3->O?
IfEnd?
If Q=3?
Then .2->O?
IfEnd?
Lbl 0?
W+1->W?
Cls?
Text 1,1,"LIVES:"?
Text 7,1,W?
Vertical -2.5?
Vertical 2.5?
F-Line 0,.5,0,-.5?
F-Line -2.5,0,-1,0?
F-Line 2.5,0,1,0?
F-Line 1,1,-1,1?
F-Line 1,1,1,1.3?
F-Line -1,1,-1,1.3?
F-Line 1,1.3,.3,1.3?
F-Line -1,1.3,-.3,1.3?
F-Line 2.5,3.1,-2.5,3.1?
20->J?
61->K?
6->L?
0->A?
0->B?
0->o?
-1->r?
64->C?
64->E?
58->D?
StoPict 1?
Lbl 1?
Cls?
RclPict 1?
F-Line A,-3.1,B,-2.8?
If Getkey=51?
Then ClrText?
"LEVEL"?->S?
Goto 3?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=79?
Then A-.3->B?
E-4->C?
-1->o?
-1->r?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=69?
Then A-.2->B?
E-3->C?
-.5->o?
-1->r?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=59?
Then A-.1->B?
E-2->C?
-.25->o?
-1->r?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=49?
Then A+.1->B?
E+2->C?
.25->o?
-1->r?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=39?
Then A+.2->B?
E+3->C?
.5->o?
-1->r?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=29?
Then A+.3->B?
E+4->C?
1->o?
-1->r?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=27 And (A<>2.2 And B<>2.2)?
Then A+.1->A?
B+.1->B?
C+1->C?
E+1->E?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=38 And (A<>-2.2 And B<>-2.2)?
Then A-.1->A?
B-.1->B?
C-1->C?
E-1->E?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=78 And A<>B?
Then -3->B?
O->M?
0->N?
Goto 2?
IfEnd?
Goto 1?
Lbl 2?
Cls?
RclPict 1?
PxlOn D,Int C?
F-Line A-M,B-N,A+M,B+N?
C+o->C?
D+r->D?
If Getkey=31?
Then ClrText?
"PAUSED"_
IfEnd?
If Getkey=27?
Then A+.2->A?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=38?
Then A-.2->A?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=37?
Then B-.2->B?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=28?
Then B+.2->B?
IfEnd?
If Getkey=78?
Then If M=O?
Then 0->M?
O->N?
Else O->M?
0->N?
IfEnd?
IfEnd?
PxlTest(D+r,Int (C+o)?
If Ans=1?
Then 0->T?
PxlTest(D+r,Int C?
If Ans=1?
Then -r->r?
1->T?
IfEnd?
PxlTest(D,Int (C+o)?
If Ans=1?
Then -o->o?
1->T?
IfEnd?
If T=0?
Then -r->r?
-o->o?
IfEnd?
IfEnd?
If D=62?
Then Goto 4?
IfEnd?
If D=J And (CK And C<=K+L)?
Then Goto 3?
IfEnd?
Goto 2?
Lbl 3?
W+1->W?
S+1->S?
0->A?
0->B?
0->o?
-1->r?
64->C?
58->D?
64->E?
Cls?
Text 1,1,"LIVES:"?
Text 7,1,W?
Vertical -2.5?
Vertical 2.5?
F-Line -2.5,3.1,2.5,3.1?
If S=1?
Then 31->J?
62->K?
4->L?
F-Line .3,0,.3,.5?
F-Line .3,0,-.3,0?
F-Line -.3,0,-.3,.5?
F-Line .6,.3,.6,.6?
F-Line -.6,.3,-.6,.6?
F-Line -.6,.8,.6,.8?
IfEnd?
If S=2?
Then 31->J?
62->K?
4->L?
Circle 0,.5,1?
F-Line .3,0,.3,.5?
F-Line .3,0,-.3,0?
F-Line -.3,0,-.3,.5?
F-Line 2,-.8,2,1.8?
F-Line -2,-.8,-2,1.8?
F-Line -1.8,-1.2,1.8,-1.2?
F-Line -1.8,2.2,1.8,2.2?
IfEnd?
If S=3?
Then 31->J?
62->K?
4->L?
F-Line .3,.2,-.3,.2?
F-Line .3,.2,.3,0?
F-Line -.3,.2,-.3,0?
F-Line -2,-2.4,2,-2.4?
F-Line .5,-2.4,.5,1?
F-Line -.5,-2.4,-.5,1?
IfEnd?
If S=4?
Then 6->J?
40->K?
3->L?
F-Line -2.5,-1,-.2,-1?
F-Line 2.5,-1,.2,-1?
F-Line -.2,-1,-.2,-2.4?
F-Line .2,-1,.2,-2.4?
F-Line -2.5,2.5,-2,2.5?
F-Line -2,2.5,-2,2.8?
?
F-Line 0,3,0,1?
IfEnd?
If S=5?
Then 11->J?
62->K?
4->L?
For 2->T To -2 Step -.1?
PlotOn 5Ran#-2.5,T?
PlotOn 5Ran#-2.5,T?
PlotOn 5Ran#-2.5,T?
Next?
F-Line -.3,2,.3,2?
F-Line -.3,2,-.3,2.7?
F-Line .3,2,.3,2.7?
IfEnd?
If S=6?
Then 56->J?
63->K?
2->L?
F-Line .2,-2.5,-.2,-2.5?
F-Line .2,-2.5,.2,-2.3?
F-Line -.2,-2.5,-.2,-2.3?
F-Line 2.5,2.5,.5,2.5?
F-Line -2.5,2.5,-.5,2.5?
IfEnd?
If S=7?
Then 60->K?
19->J?
5->L?
Circle 0,0,.5?
F-Line 2.5,0,.5,0?
F-Line -2.5,0,-.5,0?
F-Line .5,1,-.5,1?
F-Line .5,1,.5,1.5?
F-Line -.5,1,-.5,1.5?
IfEnd?
If S=8?
Then ClrText?
"YOU WIN!"?
While Getkey<>31?
WhileEnd?
Stop?
IfEnd?
StoPict 1?
Goto 1?
Lbl 4?
Cls?
RclPict 1?
For .1->T To .5 Step .1?
Cls?
RclPict 1?
PlotOn A-(2*T),B?
PlotOn A-(1*T),B?
PlotOn A,B?
PlotOn A+(1*T),B?
PlotOn A+(2*T),B?
Next?
For B->B To -3.2 Step -.1?
Cls?
RclPict 1?
PlotOn A-(2*T),B?
PlotOn A-(1*T),B?
PlotOn A,B?
PlotOn A+(1*T),B?
PlotOn A+(2*T),B?
Next?
W-2->W?
If W=-1?
Then Cls?
Text 1,30,"GAME OVER"?
Stop?
IfEnd?
Text 1,1,"LIVES:"?
Text 7,1,W?
If S=0?
Then Goto 0?
IfEnd?
S-1->S?
Goto 3?

ha! it works! try posting a program :D

ive also made some graphics: :arrow: :newline: :r: :theta:

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 01:22 PM

You need to edit the graphics slightly crimson, they arnd transparent!

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 04:42 PM

yeah, i know... but they are bitmaps so they cant be made transparent. and if i recall correctly bitmaps are the most efficent format at that size.

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 05:01 PM

Oh well, but transparancy is nice :)

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 05:06 PM

Yea, I'm with Andy. I think they should be transparent. It makes it look much nicer and at that size, a jpeg would do just fine for efficiency. If it is not too much trouble. :):D

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 05:06 PM

there is one problem, the symbol for >= doesnt register with the forum as existing... just try pluging this in to the auto correct: "". it will say "you have to enter something to correct, silly!"

----edit----
weird! it cleared out the contense of the quotes :(

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Posted 01 July 2004 - 05:25 PM

@octob: You can have a transparent JPEG, only transparent .PNG and .GIF

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Posted 02 July 2004 - 04:58 PM

Yea, your right and I was loosing my mind when I said that because I meant to say gif. Wow, maybe I'm already loosing my marbles. :wacko:

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Posted 04 July 2004 - 08:22 AM

Um... How did you copy this program into your calculator, using the fa-123 cable?

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Posted 04 July 2004 - 09:41 AM

of course :) or you can do like Bob, and type in manually 8O

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Posted 04 July 2004 - 10:25 AM

And you (like me) would most probably get some of it wrong... :profanity:

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Posted 04 July 2004 - 11:59 AM

Thats why i use a cable.....and i can transmit addins to my AFX, imagin trying to type in somthing like that :S

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Posted 04 July 2004 - 03:35 PM

It is also why I'm getting one with my AFX... I made sure of that :D

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 03:09 AM

of course :) or you can do like Bob, and type in manually  8O

No, actually, I mean, when I copy his coding into the program, the formatting becomes all wrong. So what do you guys do?

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 03:58 AM

of course :) or you can do like Bob, and type in manually  8O

its not that bad, you get pretty quick, pretty quick :thumbsup:

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 03:19 PM

I learnt to type fast manually before my calc's socket broke. It's getting it from the calc to the computer that's a nightmare! :ph34r: (looking off the calc's screen, using FA-123's scroll-down menus results in a lot more mistakes, trust me...)

And yes, how DO you get .txt files onto your calc? I never got that...

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 06:37 PM

the change to the forum I made only works one way... to get the program to your calc you either have to type it in manually or get the .CAT file... that particular program is for the AFX anyway, its not very good on a CFX.

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 08:38 PM

you need to type a .txt file in manulally into FA123, tho the formating is different in CasioCOM, for instance: you use Code To Screen (an app i made for the PC) and want to put the code into FA123, so you copy and paste, IT dosent work! However you can copy and aste it to CasioCOM, so you might wish to try that :) Then you could always save the file, then open it in FA123 if you really want to :nonono:

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 09:57 PM

hey andy, heres an idea, a text to FA-123 converter... should be pretty easy.

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 10:13 PM

keyword = Should

i will look into it soon, i am working on quite a large project at the moment :)

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 10:20 PM

alright, i might do that then ;)

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 10:27 PM

that would be pretty cool, seeing as there are quite a few old fx-7400 (or was it 7700??) games around that are all txt files, if you need any help with it...

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Posted 06 July 2004 - 01:58 AM

How about letting users use other coding such as php and vB code?(not visual basic but vB).
Well, sometimes html is quite hard to use, vB code is easier.

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Posted 06 July 2004 - 09:46 AM

mabey a tester...

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Posted 06 July 2004 - 02:48 PM

Sorry to be stpid, but what is vB if it isnt Visual Basic? is it VB Script, which is based on Visual Basic?

BTW: i seem to have forgoten how to use VB now that i can use .NET :nonono:

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Posted 14 July 2004 - 03:40 AM

Taken from another forum:

vB Code
vB code is a set of tags based on the HTML language that you may already be familiar with. They allow you to add formatting to your messages in the same way as HTML does, but have a simpler syntax and will never break the layout of the pages you are viewing. The ability to use vB Code is set on a forum-by-forum basis by the administrator, so you should check the forum rules when you post a new message.

Below is a list of the vB Codes you can use to format your messages.
vB Code List
[b], [i], [u] Bold / Italic / Underline
[color] Color
[size] Size
[font] Font
[highlight] Highlight
[/left], [/right],

Left / Right / Center
[indent=1] Indent
[url] URL Hyperlinking
[thread] Thread Linking
[post] Post Linking
[list] Bulleted Lists / Advanced Lists
[img] Images

Code 
[php] PHP Code 
[html] HTML Code 
[quote] Quote 
[blink] Blink 
[center] Center 
[lensflare] Lensflare 
[marquee] Marquee 
[marquee] Marquee 
[right] Right 
[spoil] Spoil 
[spoiler] Spoiler 
[strike] Strike 
[sub] Sub 
[sup] Sup 
[type] Type 
Incorrect vB Code Usage: 
[url] www.vbulletin.com [/url] - don't put spaces between the bracketed code and the text you are applying the code to. 
[email]<u title="Email protected, replace "  AT  " by "@"">myname[i]  AT  [/i]domain.com</u>[email] - the end brackets must include a forward slash ([/email]) 
 

Bold / Italic / Underline 
The [b], [i] and [u] tags allow you to create text that is bold, italic and underlined. 
Usage [b]value[/b]
[i]value[/i]
[u]value[/u]  
Example Usage [b]this text is bold[/b]
[i]this text is italic[/i]
[u]this text is underlined[/u]  
Example Output this text is bold
this text is italic
this text is underlined  

Color 
The [color] tag allows you to change the color of your text. 
Usage [color=Option]value[/color] 
Example Usage [color=blue]this text is blue[/color] 
Example Output this text is blue 

Size 
The [size] tag allows you to change the size of your text. 
Usage [size=Option]value[/size] 
Example Usage [size=+2]this text is two sizes larger than normal[/size] 
Example Output this text is two sizes larger than normal 

Font 
The [font] tag allows you to change the font of your text. 
Usage [font=Option]value[/font] 
Example Usage [font=courier]this text is in the courier font[/font] 
Example Output this text is in the courier font 

Highlight 
The [highlight] tag allows you to emphasize your text. 
Usage [highlight]value[/highlight] 
Example Usage [highlight]this text is highlighted[/highlight] 
Example Output this text is highlighted 

Left / Right / Center 
The [left], [right] and [center] tags allow you to change the alignment of your text. 
Usage [right]value[/right] 
Example Usage [center]this text is center-aligned[/center] 
Example Output this text is center-aligned 

Indent 
The [indent] tag allows you to indent your text. 
Usage [indent]value[/indent] 
Example Usage [indent]this text is indented[/indent] 
Example Output this text is indented 

URL Hyperlinking 
The [url] tag allows you to link to other websites and files. You can include an optional parameter to 'name' your link. 
Usage [url]value[/url]
[url=Option]value[/url]  
Example Usage [url]http://www.vbulletin.com/forum[/url]
[url=www.vbulletin.com/forum]vBulletin Community Forums[/url]  
Example Output http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/
vBulletin Community Forums  

Thread Linking 
The [thread] tag allows you to link to threads by specifying the thread id. You can include an optional parameter to 'name' your link. 
Usage [thread]threadid[/thread]
[thread=threadid]value[/thread]  
Example Usage [thread]42918[/thread]
[thread=42918]Click Me![/thread]  
Example Output http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=42918
Click Me!  

Post Linking 
The [post] tag allows you to link to posts by specifying the post id. You can include an optional parameter to 'name' your link. 
Usage [post]postid[/post]
[post=postid]value[/post]  
Example Usage [post]269302[/post]
[post=269302]Click Me![/post]  
Example Output http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?p=269302#post269302
Click Me!  

Bulleted Lists 
The [list] tag allows you to create simple, bulleted lists without specifying an option. Within the value portion, each bullet is denoted by the [*] tag. 
Usage [list]value[/list] 
Example Usage [list]
[*]list item 1
[*]list item 2
[/list] 
Example Output list item 1
list item 2
 

Advanced Lists 
The [list] tag allows you to create advanced lists by specifying an option. The option should have a value of 1 (for a numbered list) or A (for an alphabetic with capital letters list) or a (for an alphabetic with lowercase letters list) or I (for a numbered with capital Roman numeral list) or i (for a numbered with small Roman numeral list). 
Usage [list=Option]value[/list] 
Example Usage [list=1]
[*]list item 1
[*]list item 2
[/list]

[list=a]
[*]list item 1
[*]list item 2
[/list] 
Example Output list item 1
list item 2
list item 1
list item 2
 

Images 
The [img] tag allows you to embed images within your posts. You can also combine this tag with the [url] tag to maked images become links. 
Usage [img]value[/img] 
Example Usage [img]http://www.gamingforce.com/forums/images/statusicon/forum_new.gif[/img] (Not linked)

[url=http://www.vbulletin.com] [img]http://www.gamingforce.com/forums/images/statusicon/forum_new.gif[/img] [/url] (Linked)  
Example Output  (Not linked)

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Code 
The [code] tag switches to a fixed-width (monospace) font and preseves all spacing. 
Usage [code]value

Example Usage
<script type="text/javascript">
<!--
    alert("Hello world!");
//-->
</script>

Example Output <script type="text/javascript">
<!--
alert("Hello world!");
//-->
</script>

PHP Code
The
 tag performs the same function as the [code] tag, but also adds syntax highlighting for PHP code. Although it is designed for PHP, it may correctly highlight some other C-like languages. 
Usage [php]value[/php]
Example Usage [php]
$myvar = 'Hello World!';
for ($i = 0; $i < 10; $i++)
{
echo $myvar . "\n";
}

Example Output $myvar = 'Hello World!';
for ($i = 0; $i < 10; $i++)
{
echo $myvar . "\n";
}

HTML Code
The
tag allows you to perform syntax highlighting for HTML code. 
Usage [html]value

Example Usage
<img src="image.gif" alt="image" />
<a href="testing.html" target="_blank">Testing</a>

Example Output <img src="image.gif" alt="image" /><a href="testing.html" target="_blank">Testing</a>

Quote
The [quote] tag allows you to attribute text to someone else.
Usage [quote]Quote[/quote]
[quote=User Name]value[/quote]
Example Usage [quote]vBulletin[/quote]
[quote=John Percival]vBulletin[/quote]
Example Output Quote:
vBulletin

Quote:
Originally Posted by John Percival:
vBulletin


Blink
Blinks your text.
Usage [blink]value[/blink]
Example Usage [blink]HATE PISS ANNOY[/blink]
Example Output HATE PISS ANNOY

Center
This is used to center text or images.
Usage

value


Example Usage [center]chocobos


Example Output chocobos

Lensflare
Add cool lensflare effects to your posts.
Usage [lensflare]value[/lensflare]
Example Usage [lensflare]My eyes![/lensflare]
Example Output My eyes!

Marquee
Does a marquee of default speed.
Usage [marquee]value[/marquee]
Example Usage [marquee]Putt putt putt cough splutter[/marquee]
Example Output Putt putt putt cough splutter

Marquee
Does a marquee of speed 20.
Usage [marquee=Option]value[/marquee]
Example Usage [marquee=20]omg ZOOM[/marquee]
Example Output omg ZOOM

Right
This command right aligns text or images.
Usage

value


Example Usage

chocobos


Example Output chocobos

Spoil
The spoiler tag allows you to hide information that would ruin the experience of something by reading it. To read a spoiler, all you need to do is highlight the text in the spoiler box.
Usage [spoil]value[/spoil]
Example Usage [spoil]the dude dies at the end of the movie[/spoil]
Example Output Spoiler (highlight to read):
the dude dies at the end of the movie


Spoiler
The spoiler tag allows you to hide information that would ruin the experience of something by reading it. To read a spoiler, all you need to do is highlight the text in the spoiler box.
Usage
Spoiler

Example Usage
Spoiler

Example Output Spoiler (highlight to read):
the dude dies at the end of the movie


Strike
Puts a line through a string of text.
Usage value
Example Usage Pedro Martinez is god.
Example Output Pedro Martinez is god.

Sub
Adds a subscript. Look at the example, you sillies.
Usage value
Example Usage 2
Example Output 2

Sup
Adds a superscript.
Usage value
Example Usage 2
Example Output 2

Type
Displays text in a funky typewriter font.
Usage [type]value[/type]
Example Usage [type]My typewriter is old.[/type]
Example Output My typewriter is old.

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Posted 14 July 2004 - 04:52 AM

here its called BB code, we dont have that level of complexity but we could probably get it if we wanted it... i dont see a need for most of it though. we're still kinda working on a method of posting .CAT's, the previous method caused problems with french text ;)

one thing we do have that i dont see listed above is the doHTML tag, anything between those tags will be treated as pure html (this may not be active for normal members... i forget).

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normal members cant use doHTML but super members can, another reason to win the UCF comp ;)

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Posted 15 July 2004 - 03:00 AM

I thought that the spoiler tag would be quite nice over here, because in the other forum, they had a few threads with only spoilers in them.

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Posted 15 July 2004 - 05:12 AM

I think the things are good like they are right now. I post and read posts of this forum for learn somethig cool or useful, not for make nice and friendly posts. The important thing here is the information and knowledge.

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Posted 25 July 2004 - 09:20 AM

I agree with betoe.

I especially don't like thinks like the posibility of doing alerts
(in renjers php code). It will cause problems for readers if such tags are
used too much and will support attacs to the forum I think.

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Posted 26 July 2004 - 09:56 PM

could you (2072) add the abillity to use the <br> tag in the calculators field, so we can list the calcs, to make it easier to read? or maybe the [list] tag instead?




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