Recent posts by walesnz on Kongregate

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Topic: Game Programming / simple adder

I tryed using parseInt(X,10) but it still didn’t work.

When testing it, I just put things in like 8 and 9 but still comes up with NaN.

 
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Topic: Game Programming / simple adder

Hi. I’m having problems using this code to make a simple adder.

btnAdd.onRelease = function(){
sum = parseInt(X) + parseInt(Y);
}

X and Y are two variables attached to two input boxes.

If I change the settings so it uses flash player 7, it works fine, but it does not work using flash player 10. It always spits out Nan.

Walesnz

 
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Topic: Kongregate Labs / Shootorials #0, #1, and #2 with Free Tools - mtasc and swfmill

Thanks explodingferret it worked great.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / Tower Defense Games

I’d go with tower defensive as they can become extremely addicting and give hours of fun.
My personal favorite would have to be onslaught.

 
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Topic: Kongregate Labs / Shootorials #0, #1, and #2 with Free Tools - mtasc and swfmill

Unfortunately it is still not working.

Changing it to build.sh opens the file in text edit.

Opening it in terminal also didn’t seem to work. It does this:

Last login: Sun Oct 19 19:54:24 on ttyp2
/Users/kids/Desktop/build; exit
Welcome to Darwin!
~ kids$ /Users/kids/Desktop/build; exit
/Users/kids/Desktop/build: line 4: mtasc: command not found
FAILED: mtasc
logout
[Process completed]

Typing ./build after getting to the directory where it is stored did not work either. It came up with exactly the same as above. (execpt ‘logout [process completed]’ didn’t appear.

Thanks anyway.

 
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Topic: Kongregate Labs / Shootorials #0, #1, and #2 with Free Tools - mtasc and swfmill

I’ve just download the last link for mac.
When I click on build, it doesn’t open and comes up with a message saying:

“There is no default application specified to open the document “build”."
Cancel Choose Application

Can someone help me?

 
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Topic: Game Programming / Mac flash tools.

Are there any decent free mac flash tools?