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  1. Here’s a Countdown timer programmed by UEZ. He kindly commented the heck out of it so others can learn from it. It will accept two command line parameters: the countdown time and a scaling factor (if you wish to make it smaller). See the comments. If you wish to read about its origins and some of the discoveries leading up to it, start >here. Once I added a skeuomorphic GUI to the countdown timer visual glitches appeared. I started >this thread as I tried to chase down double-buffering, thinking it’s the solution any time graphics won’t play smoothly. Ultimately, UEZ solved the
  2. Hello. Here's a small project of mine. Early last year, AndyG wrote OpenCL headers for AutoIt, so you could use GPGPU on OpenCL supported devices. Now, there's a problem. There is some kind of battle going on between OpenCL and CUDA, the latter being NVIDIA exclusive. All of those highly polished GPGPU APIs are highly complex and hard to use in a real script. My goal is to eliminate the hurdle of "well, I don't really want to use this bloated API for this small project" and make GPGPU (not only) in AutoIt very feasible, even for beginners. So I started working on MiniCL. The idea is simple: h
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