Jump to content


+Nick's Content

There have been 8 items by +Nick (Search limited from 20-September 18)


By content type

See this member's

Sort by                Order  

#160418 plusNick's Memo Board

Posted by +Nick on 12 January 2014 - 03:05 PM in Programs

Thanks. And yeah, that's on my list of things to do, along with storing the memo's in a seperate file, so unloading a chunk doesn't remove them.



#160198 plusNick's Memo Board

Posted by +Nick on 11 January 2014 - 03:20 AM in Programs

Posted ImageplusNick's Memo BoardPosted Image



Hi there!

I'd like to share with you a project I've worked on for the last 2 days. An interactive, monitor based memo board. I recently got into the whole monitor_touch function, and decided to utilise it in a project. And this is what I came up with! Its not the best, nor cleanest code, but it works, and that's what matters! :)

What is it?

*A program that allows for you to write memos for yourself.
*A program that uses a touch screen monitor for interactivity.


Features:
*Touch screen monitor
*Erasable messages
*Customisable monitor width (height must be at 2)
*Clean error messages (Memos too long, not on advanced computer, not advanced monitor, advanced monitor wrong size)

Images:

Main GUI on Monitor

Posted Image


Memo's are written, and you see the remove button
Spoiler

The terminal interface - simple, but does what it needs to do
Spoiler

Clean error message of memo being too long
Spoiler

How to use:

1. To write a message, first click on one of the green X's. A message will pop up, to say to type into the computer.
2. Type in your message into the computer, and press enter. (If its too long, you will be told)
3. Your message will now appear on the monitor.
4.To remove it, simply click the respective red X on the monitor.


Pastebin:
View the code at: http://pastebin.com/PvLRRrMP

or type into your in-game computer: pastebin get PvLRRrMP [name]



And that is it! I hope you like this program, and find it useful. Please post any bugs you find, and what you think of it!

Thanks
~plusNick



#159932 Paint... for Monitors!

Posted by +Nick on 09 January 2014 - 05:00 PM in Programs

I guess I can try. I'm not quite sure what though. Shapes, maybe.



#159903 Paint... for Monitors!

Posted by +Nick on 09 January 2014 - 02:33 PM in Programs

Oh. Now I feel like a total idiot... ._.



#159892 Paint... for Monitors!

Posted by +Nick on 09 January 2014 - 01:50 PM in Programs

Paint... for Monitors


Hi guys!

Recently, on a server I play on, I was asked to create paint. Of course, I told this person there is a default program within advanced computers, that is effectively, Paint. But they wanted 1 better. Paint... for Monitors.

So that's what I worked on. Didn't take anywhere near as long as I thought. It probably isn't the best, nor cleanest code, but it fulfils its purpose, and when on multiplayer servers, can be fun to play with alongside your friends! It's really easy to use! Just right click on a colour, to choose it, and then right click on the monitor to paint a pixel with that colour. To erase, simply click the X button, and right click on the pixel you want to erase!

So I hope you like it too! Its a very basic paint program, with colours, an eraser and a screen clear button. But once you set it to run, you don't need to touch the computer again! It can use any monitor size, thanks to os.getSize(), so you can use it on as small, or as big a monitor as you like!

IMAGES

Posted Image

Posted Image


PASTEBIN
Link - http://pastebin.com/zt06KxXt
Command - pastebin get zt06KxXt [name]

Note - Once downloaded, you need to edit the program to tell it which side your monitor is on!

So, that's my code! I hope you like it, and find it fun to use, like me. I plan on updating it, so keep a look out for updates!

Yours,
plusNick



#159887 Dead Simple Railcraft Tank Monitoring

Posted by +Nick on 09 January 2014 - 01:05 PM in Programs

Awesome! :) Definitely going to help! Any way you could get this onto a glasses bridge within OpenPeripherals, so its on your HUD at all times?



#159885 Plastic Alpha [WIP] (OpenPeripheral) - Google Glass in CC!

Posted by +Nick on 09 January 2014 - 12:58 PM in Programs

This inspired me to write my own OpenPeripherals codes! Its really good, and flexible, and does everything really well! :)



#159884 [mail Client & Server] Ice-mail

Posted by +Nick on 09 January 2014 - 12:56 PM in Programs

I really like it! :) I'm going to use this in my town on a server! Thanks :)