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    Hahaha, wow. Next time someone predicts the end...

    Hahaha, wow. Next time someone predicts the end of the world, I'd like to see them say they're wrong...Just out of courtesy at least.
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    They probably made it that way on purpose. :bom:

    They probably made it that way on purpose. :bom:
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    Those are interesting reads, that's for sure.

    Those are interesting reads, that's for sure.
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    Which end? ;)

    Which end? ;)
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    Dan, that's an excellent post. I'm wondering...

    Dan, that's an excellent post. I'm wondering where he gets all that too. He seems to be leaving out a lot of information about his math and calculations, even if it had any significance.

    It...
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    End of the World [Again]

    Well, if you're in the US, you've probably heard the talk about the end of the world.

    US preacher warns end of the world is nigh: 21 May, around 6pm, to be precise

    Everybody's talking about it...
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    Considering none of the experts agree on any of...

    Considering none of the experts agree on any of this, I'm inclined to believe we're safe for a while yet. :)
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    And I thought the world was supposed to end next...

    And I thought the world was supposed to end next year. =P
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    That seems like an awfully long time ago for them...

    That seems like an awfully long time ago for them to be so sure about that, lol. We seem to have a hard time keeping the last several hundred years worth of history accurate...
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    Hmm, it looks like we're good for another 70...

    Hmm, it looks like we're good for another 70 years according to the article.
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    Thanks Charles! Your suggestions worked like a...

    Thanks Charles! Your suggestions worked like a charm and I'm able to use the polygon clipping library "clipper" perfectly.

    http://angusj.com/delphi/clipper.php

    Here's my code below for anyone...
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    DLL Call - Void Pointer

    I'm translating this dll call for the "Clipper" polygon clipping library (version 2):

    __declspec(dllimport) bool __stdcall ClipperFree(void *);

    I'm not sure what a void pointer needs to...
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    Ah, I see. Well thank you very much. :)

    Ah, I see. Well thank you very much. :)
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    Oh, I was still using the beta 1.8.6.0. It...

    Oh, I was still using the beta 1.8.6.0.

    It apparently is already out of date, lol. Perhaps a thread for the (new) 1.8.7.0 version?
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    Save File Glitch

    Not sure if this has already been mentioned, so please forgive me if it has.

    I make a new file in thinAir and save it. I try to run it, and it wants me to save it. It's already saved. Re-opening...
  16. Thread: Lua

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    Michael, I've been playing with this Lua thing...

    Michael, I've been playing with this Lua thing lately and i'm still quite impressed.

    Is there a way to get the arguments that are passed to the thin basic functions from Lua?
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    This is a wonderful thing. :) :D

    This is a wonderful thing. :) :D
  18. Thread: Merry XMass

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    We've just got rain down here in Texas. It'll...

    We've just got rain down here in Texas. It'll snow every once in a blue moon...but not in a lunar eclipse. :neutral:

    Anyways, Merry Christmas to you guys too! Thanks for a wonderful community and...
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    Thanks guys. The wonderful canvas support in...

    Thanks guys. The wonderful canvas support in thinBASIC makes it trivial to make "custom controls" like this (and I'm sure it would be possible to make even more advanced drawings with GDI commands on...
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    Color Picker Wheel

    Here's a custom color picker control I've been working on lately.

    It uses HSV to RGB conversion, as well as some trigonometry I've been learning lately to calculate angles and the like. It...
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    Re: Earth-Like planet 20 light years away

    20 lightyears isn't too terribly far away. If there is intelligent life there, they must hate living on only 10% of their planet that won't spin. I mean I would hate that.
  22. Thread: Lua

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    Re: Lua

    Wow, Michael that is absolutely amazing! Thanks so much for working on that! I'm impressed you've got it working so far. :)
  23. Thread: Windows 95

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    Re: Windows 95

    Well, for the record, I've gotten it working.

    I ordered a netgear FA511 PCMCIA card for $7.50 (included shipping).

    It works, and I'm posting this from windows 95 and internet explorer 5.5. I...
  24. Thread: Lua

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    Re: Lua

    I'm not very experienced with lua, some I'm not sure *what* i need. I know I need Lua programs to call my thinbasic functions, but that's all I know.

    I also know I need to be able to run multiple...
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    by JosephE
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    Re: Lua

    Wow Michael, that's great! I'm super excited, and thank you for all the hard work.

    I'm wondering, will it be possible to have multiple instances of lua scripts executing at the same time (or...
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