Archive for June, 2010
This blog has been updated to version 3.0.
It seemed update was successful. It went without pain.
I have read how to make XNA games book and I made a game actually.
It was not easy without source code from the author. Since the author does not write where and how to code, it is as impossible to do so. And, it was not so fun. After all, the book seems to be popular.
It felt as I made a game with Director for many years ago. I must say that I am an authorized Director programmer by Macromedia (now it is owned by Adobe).
As if it were with the Director, I have a problem with the game. A potential problem.
I do not play!
To play game is like nothing – almost nothing for me.
So it is difficult for me to improvise a new game. That is why I believe I do not continue.
I quit, but I am still interested in Silverlight.
I have many things to test with Visual Studio 2008 and I use it now, but I already have Visutal Studio 2010. Maybe I will use Silverlight a little later.
I have now finally been told that our water is approved for drinking.
Now it is GOOD to drink AGAIN!
So stupid! It took 2 months.
Thanks for someone who cared!
Mr L.V. sent an e-mail to me.
Just download and installed the web resizer but can’t figure out how to make it Go/Save!!!!
Since his e-mail address was not correct, I got my answer returned.
- Select the folder where you have images
- Select the image(s) you want to downscale from listbox
- Determine destination folder (If you want to overwrite the original images, you select the checkbox “Use The Same folder”)
- Click Resize button
I’m trying to make Wizard for next update. I left many options for users, but it seems they want much easier.
Web Resizer got a new Award by SoftwareCocktail (http://www.softwarecocktail.com/).
Actually “Editor’s Pics”!
Web Resizer Editor’s Review By Jim Curry.
Much more than just another freeware bulk image resizing tool, Web Resizer is the professional image manipulation and processing utility that web and systems administrators everywhere have been waiting for.
A tiny 2Mb download and a quick, no-frills install reveals some serious functionality packed into a one-size-fits-all window. Use the simple directory browser to select the folder you want to work with, choose the filetype and destination, and then take a closer look at some of the things Web Resizer lets you do.
One of the stuff in Software Cocktail worked so hard to create my pad file. I would like to thank for his job.
I made a file splitter program with CSharp.
It’s actually not my originals, I just changed appearance.
It uses .NET Framework and weighs only 55 Kb. But I made the icon and it weighs 107 Kb. So the program weighing 162 Kb.
This program is not worth publishing here because it is not my original. If you want, you can find the source code on the web. There are quite many. I just want to say that I have learned of it.
I learned like this:
I sometimes find files named some_file.zip.001, some_file.zip.002… on the Internet. Then I must have file splitter (or file joiner) program to re-join them. In this case some_file.zip is the result.
My File Splitter uses the Windows Shell function “Copy” to recreate the original file.
In this case:
copy/b "some_file.zip.001" + "some_file.zip.002" "some_file.zip"
Save it as batch file and double click it.
I understand that people may use a similar method.
The next time when I find splitted files, I do not need to seek a re-join tool on my computer, but write shell command.
Freeware software synthesizer “Synth1″ by Daichi has been updated to version 1.12.
Synth1 homepage is here:
And you would like to read this page.
When you install Synth1, you do the number 2 first then the number 1 – it is wrong in his manual (section with “Installation and Uninstallation”).
It says that “Fixed a bug that hangup when tempo cahnge.(DXi)”, but this bug is still there.
Difference to the older version, it’s VSTi. I was using 1.07.
Anyway, it’s an excellent SYNTHE, even for free!
Not splendid but pretty good sound with different sizes. They are handy!
Page owner says:
This page is now on a new server, and downloads are handled via FTP. To keep free soundfonts free, the bandwidth must be controlled. If you get an error message from your browser when you select a download, try again in a few minutes – it just means that all connections are busy. Also, please don’t try to download more than one file at a time – you are limited to only a single connection and will get that error message again. Once a file is complete, you can download another. Thanks for your understanding.
It may not call large files these days, but there are many Mega bytes SoundFont there.
I tried them with my MidiToWav, and it felt a bit odd because it sounded very different from the Sequencer’s sound, but nice tuned!
Follow the link SoundFont!
There are free MIDI files and stuff too.
It feels 8MB Creative Labs SoundFont sounds better to me after all.