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shroom_monk

Command Prompt Here

18th November 2017

Furthermore, the shortcut Alt+D will focus the address bar, so you can open the command prompt from Explorer without ever needing to touch the mouse!


shroom_monk

Shader woes

13th August 2017

If most of the components of the calculation are identities (i.e. 0 rotation, scale factor 1, no translation) for the example you're running, there may not be any obvious effect. But in the general case, they are certainly quite different calculations.<snip>


shroom_monk

Shader woes

13th August 2017

Well, non-zero X axis rotation was just one example of how that equation might not give you the results you're expecting, but unless C# multiplies matrices back to front I suspect the whole equation is a broken. You should rotate and scale before trans<snip>


shroom_monk

Shader woes

13th August 2017

I don't have much experience with C# or HLSL, but have done some rendering stuff with C++ and GLSL before. I'm a little dubious of the way you're calculating your WorldMatrix, specifically:

[code]m_World = Matrix.CreateRotationX(m_RotateX) *<snip>


shroom_monk

Router Rebooter

13th June 2017

The original V1 Virgin Superhubs (such as what's in the house I currently live in) have a known issue where they don't have enough memory (or there's a memory leak, or something of that ilk), which causes them to gradually slow down over time. <snip>


shroom_monk

Design a Theme!!

5th June 2017

Ah, the old ShroomCoder theme. The joys of looking back at things you made in your childhood and thinking 'ow, my eyes, what on earth was I thinking when I designed this?'

Does anyone actually use it?


shroom_monk

Any Feature Requests?

30th May 2017

One way to avoid spam (to some degree, at least) would be to bundle up lots of posts happening around the same time into a single email. So rather than sending an email as soon as a post is made, you could every (for example) 15 minutes check if any new po<snip>


shroom_monk

CSS-Me-Do - SoCoder2

12th May 2017

Could you have your PHP generate the content of the different sections in whatever order is convenient to you, store the results in strings, and then just output them at the end, rather than outputting as you go?


shroom_monk

CSS-Me-Do - SoCoder2

6th May 2017

Hmm, I've had a fiddle with it, and can't seem to make anything work. Yay CSS!

I did notice, however, that the crux of the problem is that the Main Content block's width is 100% of the page width (|edit| which isn't obvious unless you <snip>


shroom_monk

CSS-Me-Do - SoCoder2

6th May 2017

I think use of 'float' will solve this, so long as you move the Main Content block to be at the end rather than the beginning. (although you had a preference for putting main first, putting it last is still better than in the middle, right? )

<snip>


shroom_monk

Spinal's Code

11th April 2017




shroom_monk

Spinal's Code

11th April 2017

It almost certainly shouldn't, so there's probably something else going on. Do you have some example code?


shroom_monk

replace two half bytes with one byte?

4th April 2017

Here's a simple C++ example that I think does what you want. |edit| (although on subsequent readings, I'm not quite sure what you're getting at with the second sentence; I think what I've done covers the first) |edit| It can be made more con<snip>


shroom_monk

RIP : Jay's Dad

2nd March 2017

My condolences, Jay. It sounds like his distance from the rest of the family makes it complicated to work out how you 'should' feel, but I don't think anyone here would see it as 'heartless' - as rockford says, it doesn't sound like<snip>


shroom_monk

Happy Birthday, Jayenkai

23rd February 2017

Happy Birthday, Jay!

*remembers when he was the youngster of the forum*


shroom_monk

Happy New Year! (2016-17)

31st December 2016

Happy New Year, one and all!


shroom_monk

Merry Xmas - 2016

24th December 2016

Merry Christmas to you all!


shroom_monk

Spinal's Nunchuck GameBoy

5th October 2016

I mean, that will technically make it work. Though I'd still be inclined to caution that including those CPP files will come back to bite you again later!

(renaming them to .hpp would have solved it without the static)


shroom_monk

Spinal's Nunchuck GameBoy

3rd October 2016

As a general rule, if you're including files in C / C++, you should only include header (.h, .hpp) files. When you compile your program, the compiler will compile every .c / .cpp file separately, then link them all together to create the final executab<snip>


shroom_monk

HoloDeck?

15th September 2016

I really don't know how to convey the concept to you in a way that you can accept.


Right back atcha.

What I'm saying is that only the screen res times two 64-bit Ints (16 bytes) are needed be streamed per atom in view (o<snip>


shroom_monk

HoloDeck?

15th September 2016

[quote="Andy_A"]What if the 'atoms' contain most of the pixel information needed in the data base/structure, surely you wouldn't want to re-load or re-calc that information. Maybe you could try to envision the majority of the needed r<snip>


shroom_monk

HoloDeck?

14th September 2016

He's basing most of his assumptions from existing 3D polygon based rendering


No, they're based off the minimum data you need for lit 3D rendering in any kind of 3D system (e.g. ray-tracing). You need the position and the colour to<snip>


shroom_monk

HoloDeck?

14th September 2016

Surely that's just 18,874,368 pixels to process per second, not bytes? Assuming such a search algorithm only requires the world coordinates to locate a point in the cloud, and that those coordinates are XYZ coordinates stored as 3 single-precisi<snip>


shroom_monk

HoloDeck?

14th September 2016

An interview conducted by someone who works in 'community relations' at the same company? Seems legit.


shroom_monk

HoloDeck?

14th September 2016

Oh, these guys again. I'm genuinely surprised they still have the money to keep going with this...

It's still almost certainly complete rubbish, though. The video seems to be trying to use this new holodeck stuff to try and legitimise the old po<snip>

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