Does anyone know of a tool that will take source code files (C#, VB, SQL) and produce a set of html files with wiki style links?
bureX said:Sven Groot said:*snip*
Yeah, ClearType does that... but I have never really examined it before on this zoom level and I was wondering why was that effect somewhat shifted to the right side (making it look like a shadow). However, I still agree with CreamFilling512 - gdipp really looks like it's adding more weight to the font.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that this screen capture was taken on a clearType enabled screen that was configured so that the blue elements are to the right of the red elements within a pixel.
Instead of capturing the images and scaling it eight hundred percent, put them on a RGB grid and use the luminosity of the source image to set the brightness levels of the pseudo elements.
EDIT: I really dislike the new image light boxing because.
1) The thumbnails frequently do not work.
2) The View screen does not respond to the ESC key
3) More often than not, there is some Byzantine failure involved with
the retrieval process and that makes it difficult for me to point a finger
at someones code and say "A Ha, that is the problem."
When I last formatted my machine, I forgot to de-authorize my favorite DRM encumbered audio repository. No big deal, unless you do this kind of thing all the time. Since it seems like you enjoy trying new things and giving feedback, I would recommend jumping on Connect and kicking the tires of Office 2010.
Personally, I prefer Jing. Does Ch9 support that?
You would have some serious problems with posting something there. They redirect to screencast.com and the free account has 2gb/month bandwidth. With a 6MB clip and 334 views, you would be out of business in a hurry around here.
Just imagine how many free accounts you would have to cobble together to run C9 for a single day.
I have several Panoramas I made using ICE, on my Gallery. The smaller ones can be found under [Gallery Root]\Panoramas. The larger ones have their own root node under [Deep Zoom].
Nice work! You really have some monster panoramas on your site. The deep zoom viewer handles those very well. How many shots did it take to assemble something like Garden of the Gods? Was there a lot of post production work required for ICE to do its thing?
W3bbo said:JoshRoss said:*snip*
There are hundreds of those programs, even ones that can use those serial ports you see on the back of Technogym machines (I hear the new ones have USB and Bluetooth).
Why not make a game? One idea you can do is to take an existing single-player casual Flash game, then take the game mechanics and design and turn it into a networked multiplayer game.
Assuming you use XNA, if you do a good execution that might be sellable on XBLA then the original company might agree to license their artwork and branding to you in exchange for a substantial cut of the takings. You'd be surprised at how receptive those casual games companies are.
Alternatively, make a new game based in a fictional universe of your own creation: There haven't been many (if any at all) first-person space combat flight simulators since 2002. Developing one shouldn't be too hard, the only problem is getting people to make the artwork and 3D models, but you can easily outsource that to very capable indie artists, especially arts students looking for something to work on (the quality is excellent, at a dirt-cheap price). Securing investment shouldn't be a trouble if you've got a solid prototype to show off.
How about a game where you memorize phone numbers that you should know? Ever since speed dial, I cannot remember phone numbers.