I think I might have two bugs for you. FYI: I am running Windows XP.
During the autonomous period, the robots should only be able to carry 10 balls each maximum.
While adding balls to an alliance robot using the arrows, sometimes balls come from the other alliance. This is especially true for the alliance robot closest to the other alliance before the match starts and during autonomous.
I have a request for a whole other Flash program since you’re amazing at it:
A layout program that allows you to take objects for the electronics system and lay them out on the screen. The program then calculates wire connections and the space needed for them and displays that. Additional features could go much further. Such as allowing you to play an obstruction so that a team could plan a layout that wraps around mechaisms, all the while showing appropriate wire paths and what not. A print feature with some basic dimensions would also be great.
Of course, I don’t expect you to do this, but if you do, we’d all love you even more.
And just to comment on the game simulator: it’s amazing.
Ah good. No bug reports And thank you for your compliments everyone.
Brandon, that sounds like a great idea, but honestly, I’ve never worked on electronics: I always worked on mechanical systems. Mind you, I get the feeling that in programs like Inventor, you can already do a good deal of simulation along these ends already.
First off, really thats quite an amazing program. It really appears to be bugless which just blows my mind. You also showed some very impressive graphical talents. I had to use the zoom feature to see all the details you put on the robots :).
Secondly, Inventor will route wires for you and I believe you can move things around after you have routed the wires. I haven’t tried it yet but I think its in there.