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- Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:32 pm
- Forum: Support and Development
- Topic: Need Support
- Replies: 18
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I've got a netbook with an Intel card too, and on Ubuntu I support both npot and canvases I dont know how to properly use linux and i dont have enough disk space for windoes and linux, so... is there another way to make the dot move constant and to keep all the positions he have been? Long time ago...
well... i have a netbook so dont expext a good one. Is an Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator 3150Nixola wrote:My pc didn't support canvases either, then I installed Ubuntu... Can you tell me what video card do you have?
Well, the fastest (and simplest, I think) way to do this would be using Canvas es, I think, but there are some (many) PCs that don't support them... I will try it, it seems that this is the best way to do it, thanks. I love this community, it always help :) EDIT: Errrr.... my computer doesnt suppor...
that would be great, im trying to make like a tron game so i still have to do the collison stuff. im new in programing so a little help cant do bad.Nixola wrote:This way the point keeps moving at a constant speed, but the framerate doesn't... Do you need to know where did the point pass?
Hi, im new in coding and im trying to make a dot that moves throught while leaving a track. The method im trying to do this is by adding the positions of the dot while it moves to a table, and then draw point in them. I dont know if there are better methods to do this because the problem is that the...
- Wed Nov 09, 2011 8:14 pm
- Forum: Games and Creations
- Topic: Achtung die Kurve - A remake of the old classic
- Replies: 13
- Views: 5763
but, can you give me a copy please? because im new with LOVE and i was trying to make the game, so i think that your copy could give me a base on how to do it