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Jeff Debes
03-02-2004, 11:09 AM
There is a new score calc tool available:

http://www.gmaces.org
click on "tools" button.

The tool is written in C# so you have to have the c# .net framework
on the PC of use. (Free from MS and also part of XP updates).
This calc tool range limits so you can't add impossible numbers of balls to goals etc. It also shows winning allience scores.
Could be used as a quick score calculator in real time competition.
Its fast, easy to use.

Jeff Debes

Joe Matt
03-02-2004, 11:31 AM
Good job, but why must you people be evil and make everything ONLY on Windows? I mean, how many Mac users are up on these forums? Quite a bit. So if you could, can you create a nice Mac version?

ngreen
03-02-2004, 11:55 AM
It only allows you to have 40 balls. When there are 18 +18 + 12 = 48 And then add the 4 ten point balls. You can score 52 small balls in total. With your program allowing you to score a total of 60 in all the goals you need to allow people to score 12 more total balls.

Other than that very good.

Jeff Debes
03-02-2004, 01:43 PM
It only allows you to have 40 balls. When there are 18 +18 + 12 = 48 And then add the 4 ten point balls. You can score 52 small balls in total. With your program allowing you to score a total of 60 in all the goals you need to allow people to score 12 more total balls.

Other than that very good.

True, it had not been updated in a while, I think there was a rule change
or clarification re: 3 balls allowed in shooter areas?
Thanks for pointing the problem out! I'll get an update posted to
gmaces.org. Jeff Debes

Jeff Debes
03-02-2004, 02:19 PM
Good job, but why must you people be evil and make everything ONLY on Windows? I mean, how many Mac users are up on these forums? Quite a bit. So if you could, can you create a nice Mac version?

I understand how you feel. Got a laugh from your comments. (evil people) I like Macs too but have too little experience with them and I don't happen to own one or have access to one.
We could send you the source code, perhaps it would be not too difficult to
make a JAVA version? I don't have the time to do the task right now.
Anyway, thanks for your comments. Next time, it will be in JAVA or something.

Jeff

Alex Cormier
03-02-2004, 02:24 PM
good job! and nice work on the robot.... another good looking rochester robot! look at us multiply...

Jeff Debes
03-02-2004, 02:30 PM
good job! and nice work on the robot.... another good looking rochester robot! look at us multiply...

Thanks SPARX, I've had a peek at ur bot too. It looks like a great machine.
We appreiciate your teams help. Mobil Goal! Many thanks are in due.

Jeff

Jeff Debes
03-02-2004, 02:46 PM
There is a new score calc tool available:

http://www.gmaces.org
click on "tools" button.

The tool is written in C# so you have to have the c# .net framework
on the PC of use. (Free from MS and also part of XP updates).
This calc tool range limits so you can't add impossible numbers of balls to goals etc. It also shows winning allience scores.
Could be used as a quick score calculator in real time competition.
Its fast, easy to use.

Jeff Debes

Score Calc Tool Updated Tuesday afternnon to accomodate 52 total
jd