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PostPosted: Wed 26 Sep, 2007 11:46 pm 
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It means you don't have enough posts. It's a spambot deterrent.

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why is it that I can't post something with h t t p in it and others can?
Because you can post sites after your 5th post


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Is sending PMs and email enabled under 5 posts? Because if it is, I strongly recommend that it get disabled, because last winter on Omnimaga forums a spambot validated his accoutn himself then immediately sent a scam via email to about 50 people, then he got banned and I disabled email for people under 5 posts and he signed up again under another proxy to evade the ban and sent it via PM. I'm sure lot of the people here got it.

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You need to use [u.r.l]link[/u.r.l] (without the periods, of course) to make the link work.

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@ calc84maniac and driesguldolf

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DJ Omnimaga wrote:
Is sending PMs and email enabled under 5 posts? Because if it is, I strongly recommend that it get disabled, because last winter on Omnimaga forums a spambot validated his accoutn himself then immediately sent a scam via email to about 50 people, then he got banned and I disabled email for people under 5 posts and he signed up again under another proxy to evade the ban and sent it via PM. I'm sure lot of the people here got it.



no its not, because I can sent PMs (haven't tried email but I guess I can)


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You need to use [u.r.l]link[/u.r.l] (without the periods, of course) to make the link work.


I know, I just found it weard that h.ttp was disabeld while I could use links that didn't had h.ttp in the url.


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Oct, 2007 2:28 am 
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Hmm, I know this topic hasnt been visted in a while but;
Suggested features to add:

colSwap;
(Matrix var,collum 1, collum 2)

Same as rowSwap(BASIC function) except for collums, switches the data of collum 1 and collum 2

Matrix->Matrix
(Source Matrix,Destination Matrix,Source row# or Source collum#,Destination Row# or Destination Collum#,0 or 1)

Stores row or collum of Source Matrix into Destination Datrix, 0 denotes collum and 1 denotes row. Target row or collum should be the same size as target row from source or it would retrun an error.

Matrix->List

Same as above except to be stored as a list
Source Matrix,Destination List,Source row# or collum#, 0 or 1)


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Oct, 2007 12:13 pm 
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I'm pretty sure you can do that in basic, if you are good with the commands for matrixen. (unfortunately, I'm not, but some others are)


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It is all doable, but it would be MUCH slower and some of these things would require go-betweens or doing it element by element. It would be extremly useful to do these things in one go and store them directly instead of having to do them piece by piece. Not as much worth it in BASIC as it cant be done fast enough to apply in an action oriented game that requires continual MATRIX manipulation.


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PostPosted: Mon 29 Oct, 2007 8:56 am 
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you can do colSwap by transposing the matrix, doing a rowSwap, and transposing it again


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you can do colSwap by transposing the matrix, doing a rowSwap, and transposing it again

I know, as I said it is all Doable. But the problem is that it's another command in between and affects the speed at which things are done. I need to be able to colSwap as fast as i can rowSwap. :(


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Why do you want to do it anyway?


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I'm not entirely referring to this specific instance, but:
DJ Omnimaga wrote:
Thats what I don't like about MaxCoderz programming help/ideas side, someone ask a question or post an idea and someone try to make the person feel stupid by posting "Why do you want to do that?".
In some cases it is the correct question to ask; it could be that someone doesn't know how to do something but has a guess. It might be that that guess works, but isn't the greatest solution and so stepping back and rethinking the overall design can help the person asking the question much more than letting them carry on using a suboptimal design. If you know what the person asking the question really needs to do, you can at least posit some viable alternative designs.

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Imo when someone say this I see it more as:
"Shut up I don't want you to make this possible in basic"
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"I don't want to help you because I don't want you to be able to do it and I want you to give up on the idea"
Not at all, I think you're reading too much into it. :) I'm sorry that you read it that way, but I certainly don't!


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Hey tr1p1ea, any chance of implementing that thing I was asking for? I just want to know if I should work around it instead.

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Grep and Sed functions would be nice... :)

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