Creating a Pinball Game in Silverlight: Using the Physics Helper Library + Farseer Physics

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    Clint

    @Michael Washington, Thanks man, we try our best.

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    Michael Washington

    This is a really great tutorial. This covers a lot of advanced stuff but it is clear and easy to follow. Top notch work.

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    Clint

    @Rich Alger, you need to do the "Setup and Prerequisites" step Smiley

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    Rich Alger

    I don't see the "Physics Controller Behavior" in my list of behaviors.   I am using  Microsoft Expression Blend 3 (Free Trial)

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    Michael Washington

    @Rich Alger - I was on one computer and I could not get the Behaviors to show up. However, I was unable to get any behaviors to show up. I had to uniinstall my Expression Blend and Expression SDK ect. and reinstall everything to get them to show up properly.

    This tutorial does work, but your Expression Blend set-up may not work correctly and re-installing should help.

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    Clint

    @Keith Simmons thanks for the heads up, yeah, I'm going to have to fix the video links.

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    Keith Simmons

    The video on this site doesn't work. It times out when you try to click on it.

    Big fan I wrote a small ragdoll program using these steps at my site (My name is a link to it)and it all worked smoothly except that when I tried to use any of the water or magnet behaviors it decides that non of the physics should work and freezes up. But as long as I use the basic stuff it works fine.

    Keep up the cool posts!

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    Clint

    @Keith Simmons, took a bit but got the videos on Channel 9

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    ge-force

    I don't know how to round the corners of the rectangle for the left flipper. And when you said "Expression Blend's main menu" I got a little lost.

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    Ima Troll

    That looks like a library I need to spend some time with.  Nice video series too.  

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