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Very nice, astounding bit of work and the background was a nice touch :)

 

Thanks.


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rajah

Wow ! that was so cool !

i think that i can put this epic code into my about tab


I love to program, and if I ever lose that love, I will no longer be a programmer.

It will be a sad day.

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wakillon

Wow ! that was so cool !

i think that i can put this epic code into my about tab

​Thanks

You could also add a chiptune music to it ! ;)

 

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Lakes

Hehe, Autoit version of the old Dallas or Baywatch title sequence? :)


2015 - Still no flying cars, instead blankets with sleeves.

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wakillon

Hehe, Autoit version of the old Dallas or Baywatch title sequence? :)

​And why not video game music ? 

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rajah

​Thanks

You could also add a chiptune music to it ! ;)

 

​you are the man


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It will be a sad day.

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rajah

​Thanks

==> Example of about

 

​ty vm :)


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It will be a sad day.

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wakillon

​ty vm :)

​You're welcome

I'm waiting yours ;)


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Rich071

Wow, all I can say is awesome. A possible enhancement possibility, be able to load and replace the background image, between the times the text ends and then starts up again.

I have downloaded the BinaryToAu3Kompressor v 1.0.5.4.au3 and created some additional images to experiment with.

Thanks for sharing both programs.

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wakillon

Thank you for your feedback :)


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rajah

​You're welcome

I'm waiting yours ;)

​well, i'm not a professional coder like you, i can't create something special like this

maybe one day i will, but i'm doing my best

by the way the autoit is my first programming language

i found it randomly, it's easy and not complicated

i mean

this

msgbox (0,"","Hello world")

is much easier than this

#include <iostream.h>

main()
{
    for(;;)
    {
        cout << "Hello World! ";
    }}

that's why i like it

i know that there is many things that you can't do it with autoit but it's my first step in this world

maybe when i can create complicated codes like you i can take the next step to another programming language


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It will be a sad day.

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wakillon

I was like you some years ago.

A bit of research, documentation, and testing

and month after month you will see the progress.

So...go, go, go ! :)

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I was like you some years ago.

A bit of research, documentation, and testing

and month after month you will see the progress.

So...go, go, go ! :)

​see you next 3 years :P


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It will be a sad day.

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​see you next 3 years :P

​The appointment is noted :)

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