Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions - Processing Discourse board_Suggestions.html Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions - Processing Discourse en-us Processing Discourse Thu, 22 Mar 2012 06:38:21 +0000 30 Can somebody sort out my forum acount please? num_1276757965.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1276757965.html Wed, 16 Jun 2010 23:59:25 +0000 I'm member since February now and I think I joined just during some forum changes which somehow messed up my account. I've posted it in the past, but it was never sold.<br /><br />I can not change my signature.<br />I can not &quot;Fav&quot; any threads.<br />I do not get notifications.<br /><br />Anything to be done about it (other than signing up anew)? Debugging Processing Programs num_1275924935.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1275924935.html Mon, 07 Jun 2010 09:02:02 +0000 Currently no, but I believe there are plans to support debugging.<br />Meanwhile, we use println() a lot! <img src="yabbfiles/Templates/Forum/processing_one/smiley.gif" border="0" alt="Smiley" title="Smiley" /> A discussion board for Processing "small talk" num_1275743544.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1275743544.html (Rapatsk1) Sat, 05 Jun 2010 06:12:24 +0000 Hi there,<br /><br />Another not-too-urgent, but easily implementable thing I'm 'missing' is a place to do some nonsense talk. I'd say there is a 'void' between General Discussion talk &amp; exhibition. A place where you can brag with a beautiful function or excessive for loop you wrote, discuss programming ethics, small concepts, advices on art/design courses and the like. Anything that's not technically a (syntax) question or project related, but Processing relevant nonetheless, be it less direct.<br /><br />I certainly understand most people visit the boards in a (semi) professional context, and programming chit-chat may not be what they are looking for, but I really think it would add to the P5 community. Wolfram num_1263599846.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1263599846.html Wed, 02 Jun 2010 15:00:40 +0000 dont think so. looks like you may get a key if you sign up for it.<br /> Sign up message spelling mistake. num_1273848862.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1273848862.html Tue, 01 Jun 2010 12:18:21 +0000 Thank you. This has been fixed. Please remove the 5 post starting problem num_1270554246.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1270554246.html Tue, 01 Jun 2010 03:21:39 +0000 I think this spamming thing are really disturbing in the sense that they really shock the virtual world and left it with no choice but to implement such 5 post rule. This is a very good way to exterminate those kinds of behaviors that's irritating for all of us. I also extend that these people (spammers) should evolve in a better and meaningful approach, not just like for their own personal ways. This is their challenge to do great things other than to destroy. <img src="yabbfiles/Templates/Forum/processing_one/shocked.gif" border="0" alt="Shocked" title="Shocked" /> Easier code reuse in Processing num_1214651471.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1214651471.html (Rapatsk1) Sun, 23 May 2010 05:14:04 +0000 Indeed! Bump! <img src="yabbfiles/Templates/Forum/processing_one/smiley.gif" border="0" alt="Smiley" title="Smiley" /><br /><br />And upon this suggestion, it would be great if you'd configure Processing to open certain of these librarish pde's in new tabs on any new sketch creation. <br /><br />It'd be great if you wouldn't need to wrap those into classes, because I really disliked how I used my real custom library that wrapped my standard functions:<br /><br />import rapatski.functions.*<br />Functions f;<br /><br />f = new Functions(this);<br /><br />f.dottedLine(0, 0, 300, 300, 2, 1.3); <br /><br />etc. Custom "librarish" tabs num_1274576529.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1274576529.html (Rapatsk1) Sun, 23 May 2010 05:07:10 +0000 Indeed, not far at all. You may delete this post as I'll write some supportive comment on yours. &nbsp;<img src="yabbfiles/Templates/Forum/processing_one/smiley.gif" border="0" alt="Smiley" title="Smiley" /> Implemented testing num_1273943490.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1273943490.html Sat, 15 May 2010 10:11:30 +0000 It'd be nice to see the java code get tested inside the Processing window, so you don't have to mess with moving it around and switching in between the java code and processing window. LSystem examples num_1273002824.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1273002824.html Tue, 04 May 2010 12:53:44 +0000 The PenroseTile example could be improved. There several are bits of code that are not used (which could be very misleading to novice programmers). Also multiple if else statements could be replaced by switch/case block. Here are some of the offending lines. There are also some hacks viz unloading matrix stack, and use of ascii char as int, that are not explained.<br /> <b>Code:</b><pre class="code"><br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  float somestep = 0&#46;1;<br &#47;><br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  void useRule&#40;String r_&#41; &#123;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;    rule = r_;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  &#125;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  void useAxiom&#40;String a_&#41; &#123;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;    axiom = a_;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  &#125;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  void useLength&#40;float l_&#41; &#123;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;    startLength = l_;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  &#125;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  void useTheta&#40;float t_&#41; &#123;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;    theta = radians&#40;t_&#41;;<br &#47;>&#47;&#47;  &#125;<br &#47;> </pre><br />I would suggest substituting a simpler example, otherwise quite a revision of the original example along the lines of my translation to ruby-processing <a href="" target="_blank"></a>.<br /> More information on noiseDetail reference num_1272960491.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1272960491.html Tue, 04 May 2010 01:08:11 +0000 See thread <a href="; target="_blank">Unable to change back noiseDetail(falloff)</a>.<br />I think the documentation should indicate that the falloff value is 0.5 by default and must be strictly positive (not zero). Eclipse integration num_1270215087.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1270215087.html (Daniel Shiffman) Tue, 27 Apr 2010 17:42:24 +0000 Using the serial library requires a few extra steps b/c you have to make sure the library JAR files point to the native files (DLL on PC, jnilib on mac). This is a bit beyond the scope of the tutorial (it's really meant just for getting started in Eclipse), but the good news is there's an even easier way to do all of this!<br /><br />Proclipsing!<br /><br /><br /><br />This is a plug-in for eclipse that sets up your Processing project for you automatically. &nbsp;And you can select the serial library and it will just work like magic!!<br /><br />Good luck! angleBetween() num_1259473461.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1259473461.html Tue, 27 Apr 2010 05:10:32 +0000 you can use camera() to position and point the camera. suggestions num_1271889681.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1271889681.html Thu, 22 Apr 2010 01:15:04 +0000 <img src="yabbfiles/Templates/Forum/processing_one/shocked.gif" border="0" alt="Shocked" title="Shocked" /><br />loop(): I don't see how this is can be useful, and it is very easy to add your own counter and manage noLoop() yourself.<br />wait(): there is already delay(), that should be used nearly only in noLoop() context.<br /><br />There are some animation libraries, perhaps they can provide what you look for, and more! Can processing show multiple tabs simultaneously? num_1269457366.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1269457366.html Wed, 21 Apr 2010 17:01:16 +0000 I agree with the idea; it would be a nice feature. I can say that Ben and I won't be implementing it because there are many other features with higher priority. That said, Processing is an open source project and it's possible for someone to add this and then submit the code. Problem updateing forum-profil num_1267608932.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1267608932.html Wed, 21 Apr 2010 16:58:56 +0000 I made some modifications. Please check and let me know what happens. ebook? num_1269629702.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1269629702.html Wed, 21 Apr 2010 16:57:09 +0000 No plans as far as I know. network lib enhancement: socket proxy connections num_1271760459.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1271760459.html Tue, 20 Apr 2010 03:47:39 +0000 Hi,<br /><br />Lately, i used processing to fool some web apis. I'm using processing on my corporate computer connected trough an HTTP proxy (which is a SOCKS one too – i guess). <br /><br />I think it'd be really great if processing could allow sockets' connections trough proxies via the network library. As far as i browsed the source code of file, processing use sockets connections.<br /><br />For all of us using web apis, I think encapsulate URL / URI classes in a &quot;ready to use&quot; one would be great too. <br /><br />I've found the following constructor for using sockets behind proxy server :<br /><br /><a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /><br />And java tutorial: <br /><br /><a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /><br />Note: i'm not a java expert so i can't help much more, but i do hope that suggestion make some sense. <br /><br />Anyway, processing is amazing so many thanks for all the hard job. Installers: Linux (.DEB, .RPM), Windows, Mac & BSD num_1266843929.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1266843929.html (Alec Taylor) Sun, 11 Apr 2010 07:45:34 +0000 Good Evening,<br /><br />Recently I noticed that Processing has been updated from version 1.0.9 to 1.1.<br /><br /><u><b><center><span style="font-size:14px;">New Installers</span></center></b></u><br /><i><a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /></i><br /><b>Mac OS X (.pkg) Installer</b> - <a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /><b>Windows (.exe) Installer</b> - <a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /><b>Windows (.msi) Installer</b> - <a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /><br />I completely rewrote all of the above Installers from scratch. I now have Processing within a hierarchical structure, and is now completely Portable/Reusable. I can safely say within 17 minutes (1 minute to make minor changes, 16 minutes to compile) of being informed of a new version, I will be able to release 3 Installers (2 for Windows, 1 for Mac).<br /><br />Many changes have been completed with my latest versions, including better use of images, inclusion of StartMenu shortcuts (for Processing &amp; Uninstaller [MSI only includes Processing shortcut, as an Uninstall shortcut would only cause confusion if the IT Dept. are ever enlightened enough to Install Processing ). Many other miscellaneous fixes have also been applied.<br /><br />Also I have done some research into file-associations with Mac, appears some .plist files need to be edited. Would anyone be interested with me adding file-associations for Mac to my repertoire of features<br /><br />Looks like ant has finally been fixed, so if I get the chance I shouldn't have too much trouble creating Linux &amp; BSD versions.<br /><br />Hope you enjoy the new version,<br /><br />Alec Taylor Is there a processing search engine? num_1269788336.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1269788336.html Sun, 28 Mar 2010 08:00:44 +0000 this is a often discussed problem. to late to change it though.<br /><br />But there are some tricks. You can search for &quot;built with processing&quot; as this should be part of every uploaded processing sketch if not removed. <br /><br />like you said, beside that you can search on sidtes like <br /> random number generators num_1269700924.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1269700924.html Sat, 27 Mar 2010 06:42:03 +0000 I'd like to suggest that the developers of Processing consider replacing the Java pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) with the Mersenne Twister PRNG. The latter has better properties. In particular, it has a much longer period, has much better multi-dimensional uniformity, and<br />is guaranteed to produce the same sequence of random numbers on different machines.<br /><br />Dr. Phillip M. Feldman Images dont show complete, In num_1269045062.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1269045062.html Tue, 23 Mar 2010 05:08:10 +0000 <b><a class="message" href="num_1269045062.html#1">PhiLho  wrote</a> on Mar 20<sup>th</sup>, 2010, 1:47am:</b><br /><div class="quote" style="width: 90%">Another solution: post images of reasonable size.<br />Or link to big images on another site... </div><br /><br /><br />well yeah , another solution would be not posting any image at all right <br /><br />also sometimes you need quite some space to show what you want , and at least in my point of view the maximum witdth of the showable image is small.<br /><br /> Discource account != Bugs account num_1269270469.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1269270469.html Mon, 22 Mar 2010 07:07:49 +0000 Hi,<br /><br />I'm not sure where I should be posting this (posting to the bugs database would be ideal, but that isn't working).<br /><br />The bugs page tells me to use my discourse account email and password to log in to post a bug, but when I do that it says &quot;user not found&quot;. My account is fairly new, so maybe the two databases need to be synced?<br /><br />Regards,<br />Chris<br /> Typo in XMLElement ref num_1269250894.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1269250894.html Mon, 22 Mar 2010 01:41:34 +0000 <b>Quote:</b><br /><div class="quote" style="width: 90%; overflow: auto;">Constructor &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;XML(parent, file) </div><br />Should be:<br /><tt>Constructor &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;XMLElement(parent, file)</tt> line(PVector,PVector) num_1265481416.html Processing Discourse/Software,  Documentation,  Website Suggestions num_1265481416.html Thu, 18 Mar 2010 05:48:34 +0000 me too<br /><br /><a href="; target="_blank">;/a>