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HaxorGoo is a GUI project for Haxorizor, It’s written/made in Visual Basic. HaxorGoo require Framework 3.5 or any later version to work. You can download HaxorGoo from here or here (currently only [haxorizor] 32 bit is pre-compiled, If you have 64 bit then you have to compile it yourself).
The package is tested only on Windows XP, but it should work on Windows Vista and Windows 7. The application does not need to be installed, just double click on HaxorGoo.exe and it will work unless if you don’t have Framework 3.5 installed. You can download the Framework from here.
You can read the manual here.
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If you’re reading this, that means i’ve failed to stop you from wasting a couple of minutes of your life.. *sigh* don’t blame me.
this is an intractive tutorial gone bad. after wasting hours on it, i decided to upload it (i didn’t want my had work to go to wast). if you you want to download this then click this.
i tried to warn you, but do you listen?
The Haxorizor project was started to produce a highly customizable bi-platform dynamic l33t character encoder; it takes in normal alphabetical character and spits out it’s l33t equivalent. it was also started out of boredom. Currently, Haxorizor can be used in live (interactive) mode and for processing entire text files. it should be noted that live mode is available only when the source is compiled for linux and is not available on windows. On the other hand, a full-featured GUI has been made available for Windows users as a separate program that uses Haxorizor to encode characters. it is also included in the package.
Although it’s still in alpha, it can be downloaded here. extract the tar.gz archive and read the installation instruction is the INSTALL file. note that the source is compatible with windows but you’ll need to compile it directly using gcc. linux users can compile and install it using the build.sh script. Any feedback IS appreciated! you can comment here directly or email me at sigtermer.at.gmail.com.
just a note… the title was generated by haxorizor in live mode 🙂
SIGTERMer & Anxious Nut
Working on a Vigilante 8-like game.. Any Suggestions?
I intend to write a game that has a mixture of Vigilante8, AirCombat, and an extra dash of sonic. if anybody has any ideas or requests this is the time to speak.
I don’t know how far i’m going to go this time, but there is a good chance i might actually pull it off! although collision detection is still a fogy area for me.
anyways, any suggestions are appreciated.
1. DOSBox, ways to download it:
a. Open the terminal and type
sudo apt-get install dosbox
b. Open Synaptic and download it (assuming you’re using ubuntu).
c. Go to its website and download it.
2. Windows 3.1, finding this was a problem, but I found a website that lets you download it for free, but you’ll have to make an account. Here’s the link: http://vetusware.com/download/Windows%203.1/?id=3391
1. Move the -downloaded- Windows 3.1 file/folder to a directory of your choice (Do not change its place after placing it, cause some steps depend on its path), extract it if it was zipped.
2. Open the directory that contains Windows 3.1’s files, you’ll find several folders named “Disk1”, “Disk2”, “Disk3”, …, “Disk7”.
3. Make a new folder named “CombinedFiles”.
4. Return to the directory that contains the disks. Now, move all the files in every disk folder to “CombinedFiles” folder.
5. Open “CombinedFiles” the folder that contains all the disks files, search for a file named “SETUP.EXE”, and open it with DOSBox. Once you’ve pressed it, DOSBox should start running, and then the installation begins.
6. Install it, it wont take time, and every time it asks you to put another disk press “Enter”. The installation should finish without any problems.
7. You’ll be asked whether if you’d to restart your computer or switch to MS-DOS, at that point switch to MS-DOS and quit DOSBox. So type in “exit” and press “Enter”. If that didn’t work, press “Ctrl + F9”. FYI If you didn’t exit DOSBox, Windows will not work in a good way and -probably- you wont be able to use your mouse.
8. Now go to “/home/YourName/” and make a new text file and name it “dosbox.conf”, copy and paste the following (don’t forget to change the path):
# Lines in this section will be run at startup. Type the following in on a new line:
mount C: /home/...path.../CombinedFiles/
9. Now you have two ways to run Windows 3.1:
a. Open DOSBox, type “
cd WINDOWS“, and then type “
win” and hit the “enter”.
b. Open any *.EXE from “CombinedFiles” with DOSBox, type “
cd WINDOWS“, and then type “
win” and hit the “enter“.
1. To kill DOSBox press “LeftCtrl + F9”
2. To get out your mouse from DOSBox prss “LeftCtrl + F10”
3. It boots in 3 seconds! (if not less)
Probably at one point in your life, you will wake up wanting to create a GUI fast! whether it’s a front-end for some software you are writing, or just for the heck of it (i said probably). this simple how-to will teach you how to do just that.
The objective of this article is to design a GUI as fast and as effortlessly as possible. if you want more flashy GUI similar to what you usually get when you start a program, I’d recommend glade.
because we want the least effort we will be using bash (yes a terminal) to deploy and manage our GUI. The key player is xmessage (see “man 1 xmessage” for more detail). this is a simple yet incredibly useful program that displays a simple GUI dialog on the screen. its simplest form is:
xmessage "SIG is cool"
try that in your terminal and hit enter. if you did, you will see the following window:
there are other futures that make xmessage more user friendly, and more usable. for instance, add the
-default okay switch to activate the okay button when you hit enter. also, you can load an entire text file in the text area by using
now, how about adding a few extra buttons? you can add more buttons by using the
-buttons switch. two buttons are added: “yes”, and “no”. “yes” is the default. the command:
xmessage "SIG is cool" -buttons "yes:10, no:11" -default yes
at this point you might be wondering how this can help make a robust GUI for your application. this is where bash really comes in. open a text editor and write the following:
#! /bin/bash xmessage -center "SIG is cool" -buttons "yes:10, no:11" -default yes answer=$? if [ $answer -eq 10 ]; then xmessage -center "You rock man" -default okay else xmessage -center ";_; ... i'm not crying ..." -default okay fi
this is a simple bash script that behaves in the following manner:
"SIG is cool" | +-> yes: "You rock man" | +-> no: ";_; ... i'm not crying ..."
first save your script as “sig.sh”. then add excution permissions:
cd /your/scripts/directory chmod +x sig.sh
once this has been done, simple start the script by issuing: (while still in the same directory)
or you can double click, and choose run. any way you do it you should get the following:
It’s finally here; the one and only original Gollywood Gannel. It is available on YouTube In separate sections! Watch the greatest Pokemon start-ups, laugh out loud with the hilarious Buddies, and relive the best moments with Rock the Eagle: The Movie. This product is made by Blue King and Silver Knight in 2008, but Gollywood Gannel has just been uploaded, so watch and you’ll never regret, so enjoy…
here’s a part of a program that we really enjoyed:
List of all Gollywood Gannel programs:
1. GPS (Greatest Pokemon Startups)
2. Go Barney (A Video Dangerous To The Mind)
3. Guessing Game
4. Glimpse Of Our Live
5. Guest Segment (Baskal Episode 1 & 2)
6. Gommercial (Commercial For Pink Programs)
7. G True Hidden Identities: Special Episode
8. Good Talk (The Famous Talk Show)
9. Gay Group (Not Friends, Buddies)
10. Gollywood Movie (Rock The Eagle)
Q8BooK4U and Anxious Nut