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Offline KrazyK

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D-BUG 136A
« on: May 07, 2013 »
It's that time again - another D-BUG remake. This time 136A and it's a bit of an headache inducer with the moving typing routine and the parallax backgrounds - so close your eyes if this is you !
It's also the first remake i've managed to get under  100K.  :updance:
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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2013 »
nice!

What are you coding in?
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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2013 »
Hi emook
I use PureBasic .  I use it for all my intros and remakes.
I'm currently working on an ST demo remake with padman at the moment.  The classic Tex B.I.G Demo and it's looking pretty sweet so far.
It has taken a long time with a LOT of coding to do all 6 screens with some nifty conversion tricks i've learned along the way.
It's quite close to completion but still requires some adjustments.    Here are few screens in the meantime.....



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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2013 »
hey krazyk,

im not sure if im missing something here, but all i get is a really small little letterbox that has writing moving around. and a graphic equalizer in the background thats about it i tryed some different keys but alas.. nothing i dont get the parallax background part.
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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2013 »
It's actually pretty rad how accurate these remakes are, props for that :D
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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #5 on: June 18, 2013 »
hey krazyk,

im not sure if im missing something here, but all i get is a really small little letterbox that has writing moving around. and a graphic equalizer in the background thats about it i tryed some different keys but alas.. nothing i dont get the parallax background part.

This may be the same problem Dr Death was having with his machine?  He has a Nvidia GTX580, not sure about the driver version though.  What are you running, OS/GFX card etc?  I don't think it's a DEP issue as there's no scrambling of the file.  Could you unpack the exe (standard upx) to see if that works as a first step?
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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #6 on: June 18, 2013 »
well got it too work!  :)

just fired my lappy up and ran it again and all is fine, ive got loads of stuff running on the laptop usually so its probably been a conflict somewhere. excellent work mate really authentic, really like the parallax background although your right it does get a bit disorientating especially on full screen  ;D  :cheers:
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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2013 »
Nice one.  My work pc used to do a similar thing when I had dual monitor switching software running too.
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Re: D-BUG 136A
« Reply #8 on: June 19, 2013 »
OH MY GOD I LOVE THIS DEMO... I really hope this works for me mate  ;)
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