Christmas Cards 2017

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Re: Christmas Cards 2017

Postby vanpeebles » Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:40 am

That was also part of the same thing. I used Cristians video code with my own drawn xmas graphics :)


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Re: Christmas Cards 2017

Postby Cristian » Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:38 pm

"Cristians video code": thank you, this make me feel like a real programmer :mrgreen:
Fortunately, in the 2016 animated card I didn't put the year, so I can recycle it :P

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/ip38pg9l0g69mym/MERRY.zip?dl=0


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Re: Christmas Cards 2017

Postby pjw » Fri Dec 08, 2017 5:32 pm

MERRY
Merry.png

My parsnips remain well and truely unbuttered, so in an attempt to start the ball rolling, I cobbled together
this little number. Its not very "arty" Im sorry to say, but hints at some of the possibilities of colour and
blending.. Im thinking about the proud new owners of the Q68 in particular! (Although, I hasten to add, I
dont have one myself, so I cant be sure how it will work.)

Requirements: A recent SMSQ/E, with 8-bit or high colour only.

EXecute MERRY_bas. Spend a minute or two staring at it to get the message. Press <ENTER> to pause.
Hold <SPACE> to speed up. Press <ESC> once if youre in a hurry. Press <ESC> again to quit.

PS Im not responsible for any offensive messages that may emerge!

Merry.zip
Unzip to ram1_ (for example)
(2.64 KiB) Downloaded 13 times


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Re: Christmas Cards 2017

Postby pjw » Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:35 pm

Wow! Three downloads! Do any of you intrepid souls happen to have a Q68? Would you be able to report back on how it performed (ideally, compared to something like QPC2)? PM me directly if you are too ashamed to be in such an abstruse minority! ;o)

And a Merry Christmas to the rest of you!


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Re: Christmas Cards 2017

Postby NormanDunbar » Mon Dec 11, 2017 8:16 pm

I'm nowhere near a ql or emulator right now or I would have taken a look, honest!

Merry Christmas back at you.

Cheers,Norm.


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Re: Christmas Cards 2017

Postby pjw » Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:08 pm

Hi Norm, from a previous post I was convinced you were a four-colour commandline kinda guy ;) You might want to dig out your Ray-Bans for this demo ;)


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Re: Christmas Cards 2017

Postby NormanDunbar » Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:05 am

Hi Per,

Yes, i'm not really a graphics fan. Commandline works for me in many cases but I do use the PE as well. For some things!

I'm not in pisession of any Ray Bans (whoever he is/was :D ) but I will get my Polaroids out soon!


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