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  Thread: Opening HTML Reports
Post: RE: Opening HTML Reports

A while back I was testing out a desktop-independent file manager that used a unique method to determine defaults. It had a script that included a long series of applications for each desired action,...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 4 8,553 07-16-2010, 12:10 AM
  Thread: Opening HTML Reports
Post: RE: Opening HTML Reports

FLTK has a basic browser (Fl_Help_View) you can use to display the pages, but it doesn't have print functionality built in, as far as I know. Running a default browser is specific to each user's sy...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 4 8,553 07-13-2010, 09:51 AM
  Thread: another menu thing
Post: another menu thing

Playing around with homemade menu options again. This one is kinda visually similar to the collapsable browser I was working on earlier. It makes use of a pack of buttons that "expand" when clicked....
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 0 9,031 05-02-2010, 01:47 AM
  Thread: PONG
Post: RE: PONG

sleepMilliseconds(10) doesn't appear to do anything probably because it's only 1/100 of a second...just enough to slow things down to a reasonable framerate on machines that apparently burn through th...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 10 17,938 04-23-2010, 06:04 AM
  Thread: Spelling/Typing Practice
Post: RE: Spelling/Typing Practice

It works well now. I had to reduce the font size in order to display some of the longer fltk strings, but apart from that I'm liking it. I'd like to try loading simple one-word-per-line lists rath...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 3 8,136 04-22-2010, 03:34 PM
  Thread: PONG
Post: RE: PONG

This test works fine with or without the sleep. The game works much better with the sleep added...unplayable without it. I've got a 3gHz P4, and crappy onboard video (ok for most video files i'v...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 10 17,938 04-22-2010, 03:08 PM
  Thread: PONG
Post: RE: PONG

Behaves a little better, but still speeds up quickly to a ridiculous pace, and paddles not responding most of the time. I'm supposing it's not catching mouse movement or key presses unless they occ...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 10 17,938 04-22-2010, 06:26 AM
  Thread: PONG
Post: RE: PONG

Looks appealing, but doesn't work properly for me. The ball (is it supposed to be a Yen symbol, or is my encoding wrong?) goes way too fast, and the paddles don't respond most of the time. I ass...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 10 17,938 04-22-2010, 01:05 AM
  Thread: Magic 8 Box
Post: RE: Magic 8 Box

I tried using EightBox:y(), Fl:check(), and a timer, and got nothing. Nice to see you got it working.
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 2 5,665 04-20-2010, 11:02 PM
  Thread: Spelling/Typing Practice
Post: RE: Spelling/Typing Practice

Interestingly I've been trying various typing programs very recently hoping to get my speed and accuracy back where it was in school. First test, I got an error at the end of the lists. Full outpu...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 3 8,136 04-19-2010, 01:32 PM
  Thread: Temperature comparison
Post: Temperature comparison

Here's a simple tool to compare temperatures in celcius, fahrenheit, and kelvin, and show some temperature levels of note. It isn't finished, or even entirely accurate. The conversions are rounded...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 2 5,858 04-17-2010, 11:48 PM
  Thread: Steganography
Post: RE: Steganography

Better, but still needs some dents worked out before I'd consider it stable. Still might not work in Windows. Changes: *Image can be replaced. *Allows both embedding and extracting (only one ima...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 1 5,398 04-13-2010, 11:59 PM
  Thread: Steganography
Post: Steganography

While watching [url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0164334/]Along Came a Spider[/url] last night on the telly, I noticed the school kids were playing with a "stego" program to embed and encrypt secret me...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 1 5,398 04-10-2010, 08:26 AM
  Thread: access to media files on a LAN server
Post: RE: access to media files on a LAN server

[quote]The what line where now?[/quote]In function play(), the os.execute line: os.execute(player..subflag..dir.."/"..realfile[b].." &"[/b]) Adding an ampersand to the end of the command (in Linux/U...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 19 196,452 04-09-2010, 12:02 AM
  Thread: access to media files on a LAN server
Post: RE: access to media files on a LAN server

I'm not sure what you mean by blocking. In its current state it does prevent access to the murgaLua interface while the player is running....don't know if the player on mac is remaining open after th...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 19 196,452 04-07-2010, 04:25 AM
  Thread: access to media files on a LAN server
Post: RE: access to media files on a LAN server

The subtitle feature seems to be a little flaky on Windows smplayer, don't know about Mac. I have two movies that include *.srt files; both work on Linux mplayer, but one works on Windows smplayer. ...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 19 196,452 04-03-2010, 11:57 PM
  Thread: access to media files on a LAN server
Post: RE: access to media files on a LAN server

This one works with mplayer, and probably smplayer. For VLC, subflag=" --sub="..subtmp.." " should work. In Media player Classic, apparently use subflag=" /sub "..subtmp.." " (might need extra quot...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 19 196,452 02-01-2010, 08:10 AM
  Thread: access to media files on a LAN server
Post: RE: access to media files on a LAN server

I believe I've come up with a kludge for serving subtitles, although my current idea might work only for mplayer, and I'm dealing only with *.srt for now. I don't yet know anything about how another ...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 19 196,452 02-01-2010, 07:05 AM
  Thread: real time activity
Post: RE: real time activity

I tried messing with this a couple of times, and didn't find an easy way to do it. I suspect coroutines are an answer, but I'm afraid I can't help with that.
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 4 8,268 01-19-2010, 04:28 AM
  Thread: access to media files on a LAN server
Post: RE: access to media files on a LAN server

I think I fixed the navigation glitches. Also now displays file size, although it is dependent upon having a server directory listing that puts the filesize in a <td class="s"> tag, since I couldn't ...
mikshaw MurgaLua - General 19 196,452 01-19-2010, 04:25 AM
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