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'Microsoft Surface' like application development for ppc (based on single touch)

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16th August 2008, 05:56 PM   |  #51  
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Sorry for the excessive posting, the forum only allows 4 images for post. : (

its ohk twolf we all appreciate your work

i have seen the above flash work in other thread, i hope it will be in built in the next version of ThrottleLauncher
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btw, this is an app more like relating the ms surface



can you please change this one as a .exe file ?
16th August 2008, 06:07 PM   |  #53  
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I can, but it should have more interaction... Also it would have to accept our own images.

I made a website a while back for some friends, with something similar to that:
http://www.ogamico.com

Where you can stretch the pictures by pressing on the bottom right tip, drag them around or click on the name to jump to the area... But I wanted something a little more elaborated, even though we dont have the multitouch, any ideias?
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I can, but it should have more interaction... Also it would have to accept our own images.

I made a website a while back for some friends, with something similar to that:
http://www.ogamico.com

Where you can stretch the pictures by pressing on the bottom right tip, drag them around or click on the name to jump to the area... But I wanted something a little more elaborated, even though we dont have the multitouch, any ideias?

your a genius twolf!! please make a early exe of it!!
16th August 2008, 07:47 PM   |  #55  
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In fact the last version is real slow in my Wizard, but.... what can I do

Wait, you can make a miracle
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In fact the last version is real slow in my Wizard, but.... what can I do

Wait, you can make a miracle

yeaa twolf already mentioned that its damn slow its just for experiment though..
16th August 2008, 09:49 PM   |  #57  
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As requested...

FotoFlash:


Press and drag the pictures to move them around.
Click the right-bottom tip to strech it.
Click the top-left tip to rotate it (still some bugs here).
With the extra EXE you can add your own pictures.
Keypad up/down for high/low quality.
Press enter to exit the application.

To add your own pictures, just place img_1.jpg (1,2,3... maximum 8) with 320x240 px in this folder:
> For WM6 (not sure about WM5) the folder is /Application Data/Volatile/FotoFlash
> For WM2003 the folder is /temp/FotoFlash
If for some reason this is not the folder, run it once and search for a folder called FotoFlash with your Explorer application.

As always, sourcecode and EXE's included in the zip.
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File Type: zip FotoFlash.zip - [Click for QR Code] (799.0 KB, 1595 views)
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my god twolf, these apps are amazing!

keep it up
16th August 2008, 10:56 PM   |  #59  
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twolf, você é um gênio! Ficou maravilhoso seu aplicativo das fotos, o único problema é a lentidão!(HTC Touch).
Se continuar a trabalhar neles, quem sabe não encontra um jeito de deixá-los rápidos? Sem dúvida um aplicativo para o dia-a-dia.
Parabéns.

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Excelent work twolf! Very nice app.
Keep the good work.
Tks.
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Thank you vey much
Unfortunelly I cant speed it up without removing the "niceness" factor, Flash is not supose to be fast on slow machines, and 400mhz is slow already, so 200mhz...

You can see it by the FlashFixe example, the "light" version runs fine on mine, but its no way near as beautifull as the "EyeCandy" version.

Flash Lite 2.1 is a little faster than flash 7 and I belive Flash lite 3 (that's supose to come out this year) may be even faster, but it brings more memory bugs there werent there before and there arent good tools out there to use them on our pockets pc's.

Even the EXE's I made had to be done by an external aplication, since Macromedia/Adobe never really gave us a way to create the WinCE EXE's (even though it says on the flash documentation)...

So, honestly, I'm waiting for the new ppc's processor and RAM revolution pending since the iPhone came out...
And no more HTC machines in the future for me, they are good looking but dont really care about video drivers...
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