not so much as a bug but a display problem

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not so much as a bug but a display problem

Paul Hendryx
  • What operating system are you using? windows xp
  • Which Enigma version are you using? v1.01
  • What exactly did you see then? the entire screen becomes very hard to see only when v1.01 is running, kind of like static you wold see on a tv that has a very low signal.
  • Is the problem ongoing or reproduceable? reproduceable every time v1.01 is running


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    Re: not so much as a bug but a display problem

    Ronald Lamprecht
    Hi,

    Paul Hendryx wrote:
    > # What operating system are you using? windows xp
    > # Which Enigma version are you using? v1.01
    > # What exactly did you see then? the entire screen becomes very hard to
    > see only when v1.01 is running, kind of like static you wold see on a tv
    > that has a very low signal.
    > # Is the problem ongoing or reproduceable? reproduceable every time v1.01
    > is running

    Please check the Enigma options menu for the 'gamma' correction value.
    The default is 0, but you may incidentially have set it to a very low
    value. Select a proper gamma value for your screen by mouse clicks on
    the button.

    In case this does not solve your problem you should download 1.01 from
    our homepage again. Three weeks ago I uploaded a 1.01 Windows
    compilation with included leading edge versions of all required system
    libraries. Many bugs have been fixed in the SDL libs since the first
    1.01 release.

    Greets,

    Ronald


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    SDL

    Busser Alain
    >
    > libraries. Many bugs have been fixed in the SDL libs since the first
    > 1.01 release.
    >
    >

    About SDL, I imagine Enigma is not the only SDL game, so maybe it would be cool that on the website, there be links to other SDL games (at least if they are free and work on several platforms). I just remember that once, on Linux, I had seen a game which takes place inside a Klein bottle...


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    Re: SDL

    Andreas Lochmann
    Hi,

    Busser Alain schrieb:
    > About SDL, I imagine Enigma is not the only SDL game, so maybe it would be cool that on the website, there be links to other SDL games (at least if they are free and work on several platforms). I just remember that once, on Linux, I had seen a game which takes place inside a Klein bottle...

    You are right, there are lots and lots of SDL games.
    We feature a quite prominent link to the SDL homepage itself
    on our homepage, and on the SDL homepage there is a list of
    all SDL games known to them:
       http://www.libsdl.org/games.php
    This list can be searched and resorted by category, OS, and
    title. So there is no reason to duplicate this list on our
    homepage -- in particular, as it would distract from Enigma,
    which is the object of our homepage rather than SDL.

    Best,
    Andreas





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    Re : Re: SDL

    Busser Alain
    > This list can be searched and resorted by category, OS, and
    > title.

    Great! The game I was writing about is "nklein" which is easy to find (at the top of the page). Alas! The link is dead. So if someone finds a way to implement a Klein bottle in Enigma it will be top!


    Games on a Klein bottle can be found here:

    http://www.geometrygames.org/TorusGames/index.html 

    Hope this will give ideas for levels and maybe even libs...

    Alain


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