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I am having trouble setting the tilt via values in st_play.c, that is I mean to say I set them, but they are overwritten somewhere and the table does not follow that tilt. Does anyone know how tilt is managed in Never ball?
I am taking time from "curr_clock" in game_client.c and it gives me game time
but when I call files with recorded tilts in them they get called at slightly different times and this leads to a wrong path. Does anyone know or know anyone who knows how time is measured in Neverball? This would help me greatly. I am calling my files at a timestep of 250ms and getting mixed results.
Please feel free to PM me or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Edit --- I find this happens more when the game is sped up!!!!
---------still a problem but not as chronic at lower speeds..
Am I speeding up the game in the correct way?]]>
There have been a lot of error pages that say "Unable to connect to MySQL server. MySQL reported: Too many connections" when trying to access the forum, even when no one is logged in and only five people are even looking at the site.
I've uploaded a test replay with a time of 2.28 seconds (time field in the header=228). In the table, the time is correctly listed as 0:02''28.
However, when I re-download the replay file, the time field now contains the value 227 which results in an incorrect time being displayed by Neverball and Nuncabola.]]>
This appears to not be the case. The latest replay is 27 days old, which leads me to conclude that either the submission process is somehow broken, or the validation process is not functional (or the Administrator is very busy - in which case my apologies).
It is worth noting that I have tried submitting the record a second time (after waiting a couple of days). I should also mention that my first replay submitted was under the name MIHAI (my first name), and not my username. The second time I renamed the record to coincide with downloaded ones' structure.
I am looking forward to having the record table back on track.
Hey, I might also mention that after 3 hours of work I managed a 15.95 seconds most-coins run on retour de force -19 (dare I say it is a joy to watch). Partly to keep the competition going, but mostly for the fame and the money (all 152)]]>
Replays are stored into your neverball directory, in which you have to copy downloaded replays in order to watch them. Under GNU/Linux and other unix-like systems, you need to copy replays in "$HOME/.neverball/".
I was sure I had mentioned this a long time ago, but maybe not? Here's my suggestion:
You can watch a replay by clicking the download link and opening the file with Neverball (e.g. neverball.exe on Windows).