Monthly Archives: November 2012

Never thought it would require such an effort

Truth being that it is quite hard to come up with a nice location not having personally designed the building blocks. Probably something that will come with time. Here’s my go at playing with it for about 3 minutes after … Continue reading

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Minor modifications and the second episode is in as well

I am starting the work on LN2 data as well for Integrator 2012. I don’t have plans to completely support LN2, but things might change depending on the effort required to do so.

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Integrator 2012 is gradually taking the shape I wanted

Following a code structure change, I made a few changes in line with the panel/location logic I commented on before. Here’s the current look of the application:

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Integrator 2012: A little missing bit in the demo is now ready

Users will be able to disable panels while in edit mode moving forward, in order to appreciate what is the basis on top of which the current panel is being built. Example below: A curious thing about the image above … Continue reading

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Design experience for The Last Ninja with Integrator 2012

With Integrator 2012 I personally find it a bit hard to place objects and align them (e.g. align a cabinet against a wall), but maybe it’s just a question of getting used to it. I was planning some sort of … Continue reading

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Future plans for Integrator 2012

As a sort of self-reminder: Select background colour while editing panels (this is for design display purposes only) Undo/Redo in panel editor! Right click on an object -> “Find where it is used”

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Demo available for Integrator 2012

I decided to make it available in its current form, so users can get a feeling of what’s involved. Direct location editing in the sense of moving objects around will change in the next release as that is meant to … Continue reading

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