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  1. This "cow" seems funny to me, At this link (https://dodona.ugent.be/en/activities/1605325419/#) a brief rough description of what this script can do (sorry for the laziness, but that description may be fine). You can use the _CowSayWin() function to display a message formatted in a comic along with an ascii art figure in a standalone window, or you can use _String_CowSay() function to format a plain string in a comic along with an ascii art figure and have it returned in a string for your own purposes, you will probably use it in Consolewrite () or whatever ... The scr
  2. Happy holidays to all p.s. It looks best on a solid, homogeneous background. To move the tree click on the colored balls and drag. To "turn off" the tree click on it (to set the focus) and then press esc Have fun #include <GUIConstants.au3> #include <WinAPISys.au3> HotKeySet("{ESC}", "_TheEnd") Global $AlphaKey = 0x000000, $hLayer[6], $iWidth = 310, $iHeight = 290, $sBall = '♥' Global Const $aColors[6] = [0x00FF00, 0XFF0000, 0X0040FF, 0XFFFF00, 0X00FFFF, 0XFF00FF] ; 0xRRGGBB Global $a[] = ['.', '~', "'&
  3. A simple endless kaleidoscope made on a RichEdit control (hit esc to exit) Idea is from this link: http://www.calormen.com/jsbasic/ select the "Rod's Color Pattern" demo and run it on the Apple 2 emulator on that web page to see the original Apple II version. ; Idea from this link: http://www.calormen.com/jsbasic/ ; get the "Rod's Color Pattern" from the "Select a sample..." combo and run it ; #include <GuiRichEdit.au3> #include <GUIConstants.au3> HotKeySet("{ESC}", "_TheEnd") ; Global $iHwidth = 40, $iVheight = 40; width
  4. Just for fun Idea from here: http://codegolf.stackexchange.com/questions/73259/output-the-current-time-in-ascii-art Edit: Also added an analogue experimental version in post #11 #include <GUIConstants.au3> HotKeySet("{ESC}", "End") Local $hClock, $sDelim = ";", $aChar, $sScanLines, $aScanLine[6], $aFont[13] = [ _ ' ___ ; / _ \ ; | | | | ; | | | | ; | |_| | ; \___/ ', _ ; 0 ' __ ; /_ | ; | | ; | | ; | | ; |_| ', _ ; 1 ' ___ ; |__ \ ; ) | ; / / ;
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