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  1. I think there was a post somewhere about this already. My notebook was also erased, around the time the "reward codes" section was added.
  2. I think Real Life is a game by the same people who made "Sleep".
  3. Some people are soulbound, it makes sense to me that they might share eachother's cubes. Shadowseeker, I think your idea is a good alt-combat mechanism. Show and record whose cubes your cube is comprised of, similarly to how WP's show who gave them. The issue that still presents itself is the incredible influx of cubes for each new player. Is it a problem that every player might have a cube item?
  4. Would cubes have great value or be almost worthless? [quote name='Muratus del Mur' date='15 November 2009 - 03:07 AM' timestamp='1258247237' post='47494'] Issues that slow me down: - what happens on the long run, 50k players means 50k new items, cube (as trade item) infaltion will be hight. - what happens at mp4, mp5, will get an other cube, of course not, then how will it go. - what will be the rewuirements and tasks to activate the cube to continue story mode. I am thinking of making it a puzzle based on the awsome device shadowseeker sent me [/quote] Quite a few things spring to mi
  5. Most of the empty items are not even seen because the requirements are not met by the viewer (usually a password input) In most cases it is because of the recent update which ended up clearing out many clickable, while someone where never whole to begin with. Filtering might work to a certain extent, such as if the script is more than 6 months old, but as Kafuuka said, it boils down to the human element to control it. What about this as a remedy: Rather than deleting the script, it becomes public domain. Lets say after some length of time, if the script is not password activated or hasn'
  6. Have you tried seeing if it happens with different resolutions? I hae always noticed it on the arrows at the Splitted Pass Halt, they almost look as if they move forward. Perhaps and intended effect. I'm guessing it's just a scaling or recolouring mistakes.
  7. Thank you to all. Friday the 13th and it's a long day ahead
  8. A note on reseting the array, you could use: [code] if(@va == null) @va = array(); [/code] Though in reality it will never need to be executed more than once. This part[code] foreach(@va as @vk => @vv) { echo "<br> @vv";//VN: @vk => [/code] Is getting executed regardless of whether there is a key held or not, you can put it after the if-statement.
  9. Now that I think about it, you could juse a single content section to store the whole upprcase alphabet and use the string content as the array of characters it is. ie: [code]echo @content[0][1];[/code] If you really feel like it, make an assocative array so you can call it by @va['a'] Anyway, I find it easiest to use chr()
  10. Lower casing the script provided better security the way the protection worked before. Right now it has very little security effect because of everything being blocked anyway. And Cutler, isn't kludging workarounds the best part of coding
  11. [quote name='Chewett' date='09 November 2009 - 01:04 AM' timestamp='1257721452' post='47011'] Now the code works, thanks all the people who DIDNT! test the code i managed to get access to debug it all [/quote] I have enough faith in you to not need ot test the code
  12. I don't think that would work, since there are line breaks
  13. It might be related to the login anomaly. A byproduct of the new encoding?
  14. I hope you don't plan on writing the uppercase alphabet into the content section...
  15. It's a security precaution that unforunately forces the script to be lower-cased. There are simple workarounds you can do, and the best one I suggest is jsut rename the Loader2.html Anyway, you can get around the lower-casing in many ways. chr() Will output a capital letter given the right code. You could use strtoupper() Or write yoru own function to make it shorter [code]function u(@temp){ (prepare function) return strtoupper(@temp); }[/code] That way you call upper case just by using u() In the extreme cases use chr(int - 32), though it would be less portable. And a
  16. My entire notebook was erased as well. I think it happened when it was given the upgrade to have a reward codes section.
  17. I did a complete overhaul for the battle archiving. It should now be using less than a tenth of the size. Rolling log and flash is back up, and the full log displays when viewing combat results. It is still located at the rope in the Paper Cabin and signpost in front of the Labyrinth. Are there other suggestions for where to put it? If not, I will place it at the signpost in the Marble Dale Park once completed. It will likely run into a memory issue once too many fights are uploaded, I'm working on restructuring the storages now. Any ideas for better menu layout/access?
  18. I found out yesterday that the storages have their functionality done. Tested with aoau and aotu. Here is how to use it [code] //give @vs the storage's ID @vs = mds_storage("storage_name", "storage_type"); //to save @storage[@vs] = array("data", "that", "I", "am", "storing"); //to load @va = @storage[@vs]; [/code] You do not need to call any save routines, the MD Script will do it for you. The descriptions in the manual are obsolete and need to be changed, but you can refer to them for the storage types avaiable.
  19. Added, that was sorely missing
  20. I think it's generous to assume it happening once or twice day. Now that I think about it, it will be much more than 30k rows. Each player has their own multitude of keys, I would guess no less than 5 at least, maybe 10 or more. Imagine a table of 300k records...
  21. Due to memory limitations and the size of the battles, I have had to remove the flash and rolling log for now. It will still be displaying the full logs. I plan for the final version to include the flash and rolling log, please bear with me until I restructure the storage.
  22. [quote name='Kafuuka' date='04 November 2009 - 09:31 PM' timestamp='1257363060' post='46628'] We do? I never accepted that. And estimates about cost are quite depending on how efficient MD code is. [/quote] You yourself said this would not be a frequent occurence. Imagine scanning a table of 30k rows just to remove 1 key on a regualr babsis... [quote name='Kafuuka' date='04 November 2009 - 09:31 PM' timestamp='1257363060' post='46628'] Anyway, this discussion seems to rely too much on what the current MD code looks like. Which means we'd better persuade Mur to read this. [/quote] Sec
  23. This feature will allow you to "publish" your battles for others to view. Advantages having this: -Allows you to show proof of battles rather than sending mails which can be forged -Players can learn from watching battles -It allows you to archive a battle replay which would normally be erased by the next day -The full battlelog is provided There has a been a concern brought up that it could be a slight spoiler. I do not consider it a spoiler, if an MP3 attacks another MP3 with a rustgold, it is not exactly a spoiler. I feel this provides a learning mechanism instead. If it is too "s
  24. There was a bug that let you gain principles you didn't have (yes so you could get all 10) It should now be fixed but apparently there are archers who cannot target. Please rememeber this is a test, do not start panicing about your archers having changed, there is no statement that this will be their final form.
  25. [quote name='No one' date='03 November 2009 - 06:27 PM' timestamp='1257265621' post='46515'] Ok, tell me this: when you do the "retrieve(@vk);", you are getting the "values / user" or "values / script owner" ? [/quote] I depends on what you are storing. Other editors do not have acess to your storage, you can even name them the same. [quote name='No one' date='03 November 2009 - 06:27 PM' timestamp='1257265621' post='46515'] I just thought of this: If there is already a function that checks the keys, then ... it can be done without too much problems to first check the initial way th
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