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Finished Programs / Re: DONE: wav player without any gui
« on: September 15, 2011, 01:57 AM »
You can try passing an MP3 file to it.  If you have the appropriate MP3 codecs installed on your box, it should play.  No guarantees, though.

Flawless! MP3 :Thmbsup: and nothing showing on the tach either staying under 5% with frameless blowing and going to the music. After mp3 is done kills process within 5secs. clean exit. digital scrap book for the eyes/ and ears/.  Go ahead add the guarantee (not to hard to refund the price paid.)  Thank you ~willie

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I'm finding that trans has a mind of its own :D 
x=c y=c is not fool proof randomly loads 1 or 2 pics as half offset right from C and bottom.
Has a crash load of 175 imgs prog puked without crashing win with it. (I was torturing it(best was 189) my be hardware dependant.
Sometimes puts <path> to img in upper left corner of img seems random as well (only seen in trans mode)
~willie/fool  ;D

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Finished Programs / Re: DONE: wav player without any gui
« on: September 11, 2011, 01:40 AM »
Good name :Thmbsup:
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Sure closes the door on adding mp3
"and i tunes is used up" :o 
I was looking for a quick and tiny player  for command line use without payload of the aboves for mp3.
I was also working with the abbr. title Command Line Audio Player or clap.exe
(as in your hands)

~willie

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General Software Discussion / Re: True Clock Utility
« on: September 11, 2011, 12:35 AM »
CrossGL Surface Clock

If you find a good solution and become attached to it, the solution may become your next problem.
~Robert Anthony
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I like the signature tag on this; it's so true considering the dead link :D good thing my clock works

~willie

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I'm swamped at work at the moment so give me a few days and I'll add those features to that trans-PNG build for you.

on to my second cents worth:
idea exploit the trans option into a fade type load
@echo off
:: Test.bat auto load and run file
echo Loading...
c:\Frameless.exe "c:\test.jpg" x=600 y=140 taskbar=no trans=25 duration=00:00:01
c:\Frameless.exe "c:\test.jpg" x=600 y=140 taskbar=no trans=50 duration=00:00:01
c:\Frameless.exe "c:\test.jpg" x=600 y=140 taskbar=no trans=75 duration=00:00:01
ect... this method is not smooth; it needs to be as it loads img at 255 for a few ms and then the setting called here again you get the idea .....(this option my only seem cool to me so toss it out for a vote and see where it goes) thanks again as you can see I was already having fun with trans option  :D
~willie

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First off thank you you frameless its a nice building block for many things.... :Thmbsup:
Here is my 2cents worth of input:
I see in the idea request the ability to place img by X and Y which work flawlessly; would it be possiable to expand that option to include a option to center an image? idea here is to always place next img in center of screen no matter what the res is set to or the native img size. I could write it in batch to capture res. and quary the img for size then do the math which would require some time to think though it all (which might be considerablly simpler from within the exe) ie.. something like:
x=L,C,R  left, center, right respectively and y=T,C,B  top,center,bottom ish.. you get the point ...
~
willie

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