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Zylesea 
Re: Hexaco
Posted on 8-Apr-2017 23:12:02
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@r-tea

No, it's not just the thread title (that's fine), but the text of posting #1. You just said please test Hexaco and provide an url. I've never heard about Hexaco before and w/o downloading and reading the "read me" from the archive I had no clue what it actually is about - is it a game, a productivity software, a virus, the killer app, #?.

It's not personally against you (really not!), but there are threads like this sometimes which just lack basic information but drop an url only, with "interesting", "please test", "have a look" or nothing at all. I missa bit of love/care with these posts.

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r-tea 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 9-Apr-2017 13:30:44
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@Zylesea

I got it. In case I've attached a short info to the topic.
Btw, did you tested it?
I already have a response that both last builds I have done crashes too.
Recently I managed to compile it with EC (m68k native) just to give it a try.
In order to do this I had to remove a part of code.
Hexaco (EC)

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Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 9-Apr-2017 15:00:07
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@r-tea

Quote:

r-tea wrote:
@Zylesea

Btw, did you tested it?
I already have a response that both last builds I have done crashes too.
Recently I managed to compile it with EC (m68k native) just to give it a try.
In order to do this I had to remove a part of code.
Hexaco (EC)


Yes (as I already wrote). It works flawlessly on MorphOS and is a useful thing, copied it to my dev directory. Thumbs up for that.

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Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 9-Apr-2017 20:44:31
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@ all
I have the very first response that the EC compiled version works smoothly on OS4.1
Can you confirm?
If yes then yeahhhhh!

I can have an early night finally.

Last edited by r-tea on 09-Apr-2017 at 08:47 PM.

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Hypex 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 12-Apr-2017 14:03:49
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@r-tea

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I have the very first response that the EC compiled version works smoothly on OS4.1


I know I can't. But check the list.

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broadblues 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 12-Apr-2017 16:19:57
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@r-tea

EC version works here under OS4. That's suggest the crash was related to the code that updated the bits gadgets at the bottom, perhaps studt that area for NULL pointer access or such.

Actual the crash is related to an atempt to reference 0x00000030 if that gives you any clue

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Hypex 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 13-Apr-2017 16:47:49
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@broadblues

That does give a clue as 0x30 is code for number "0" and thus it has been sending a character to a string function. Been discussing it on AmigaE list. There should be a fix soon.

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Hypex 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 13-Apr-2017 17:22:34
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@Zylesea

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It works flawlessly


Really? Nothing out of place? Does the binary display function correctly as you slide up and down?

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r-tea 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 14-Apr-2017 19:08:06
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And there is the version after corrections suggested on AmigaE mailing list.
Hexaco hopefully fixed

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Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
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@r-tea

It's working here now on OS4 with no crashes at all.

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Hypex 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 19-Apr-2017 13:53:28
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@r-tea

Well done. Working well. Now you just need to provide the complete package again.

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r-tea 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 19-Apr-2017 21:14:44
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@Hypex

Thank you.
I want to add simple preferences via tooltypes, but I can't find a simple (as simple as possible) example of handling tooltypes.
I found 'afc/ToolType.m' module. It make tooltypes really easy to implement, but it also seems to have ugly bug causing EC yelling about unmatched parentheses while they're matched. I can't overtake it for now.

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Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 21-Apr-2017 13:53:55
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@r-tea

It's bizarre for a module to generate an error like that. I've never tried that one myself. You could use icon.library directly also.

http://amigadev.elowar.com/read/ADCD_2.1/Libraries_Manual_guide/node023F.html

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r-tea 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 23-Apr-2017 23:14:06
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@Hypex

Finally I managed in other way. I used "amigalib/argarray" module.Now my program uses tooltypes for GUI configuration.
Can you test it?
Hexaco
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The icon contains all supported ToolTypes.

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Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 25-Apr-2017 15:41:23
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@r-tea

Sorry, was away for the night. Didn't get a chance to test. If no else has reported back I'll test it and return my results.

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Hypex 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 29-Apr-2017 14:24:56
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@r-tea

Okay gave it a test. It's stable as a rock. Few comments about my experience below.

It's only for testing, but with a version attached to your program name, it doesn't find the icon. A window quickly opens and closes on WB. On shell it says: Can't find the icon file. Renaming to Hexaco is fine.

Now, with no tooltypes set, or all disabled, it shows only hex and dec. By default.

Tooltypes work as expected. HTML misses colours a lot. Suspect that RGB is hard to exactly translate to simple C64 like HTML palette?

All in all working fine here. Perhaps a tooltype for RGB sliders to work top down or zero top could be a suggestion. But I can see they work as highest to lowest.

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r-tea 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 29-Apr-2017 19:10:53
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@Hypex
Quote:
It's only for testing, but with a version attached to your program name, it doesn't find the icon. A window quickly opens and closes on WB. On shell it says: Can't find the icon file. Renaming to Hexaco is fine.[quote]
Yes, the icon must be in the program's drawer, and the icon must be named Hexaco.info As the AmigaOS expects.

[quote]Now, with no tooltypes set, or all disabled, it shows only hex and dec. By default.

Right. As intended.

Quote:
HTML misses colours a lot. Suspect that RGB is hard to exactly translate to simple C64 like HTML palette?

Right. AFAIK only 140 colors has name in HTML snandard. Don't worry. Hexaco knows all of them For example, set #BC8F8F. Nice colour. Hexaco knows it.

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Perhaps a tooltype for RGB sliders to work top down or zero top could be a suggestion. But I can see they work as highest to lowest.

Interesting idea. You imagine, that one of previous versions had sliders set on top by default.
But, one of my testers wrote it's not intuitive starting from zero at bottom. So I changet it.

Do You have a possibility to test Hexaco on Classic Amiga with OS3.x?

Thank you for your support. Especially nowdays when it's quite hard to find even few involved testers.

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Hypex 
Re: Hexaco (colour codes tool)
Posted on 2-May-2017 14:58:48
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@r-tea

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For example, set #BC8F8F. Nice colour. Hexaco knows it.


Must have missed that one. I couldn't get any hits while dragging up and down.

Perhaps being able to select HTML colours from the gadget would be good.

Quote:
But, one of my testers wrote it's not intuitive starting from zero at bottom. So I changet it.


LOL. But wait, zero is on bottom.

Quote:
Do You have a possibility to test Hexaco on Classic Amiga with OS3.x?


I do. Both with emulation and the real thing.

Quote:
Thank you for your support. Especially nowdays when it's quite hard to find even few involved testers.


No problem. I thought every Amiga user was a tester for software they like. So didn't realise it had become this hard.

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r-tea 
Re: Hexaco 0.9.8 (colour codes tool)
Posted on 25-May-2017 20:58:38
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@Hypex

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LOL. But wait, zero is on bottom.

Heh, should be "zero on top isn't intuitive".


Finally I finished adding all String fields handling as input. Additionaly one can select a html name from the popup list.
Hexaco 0.9.8
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Thanks in advance for testing

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r-tea 
Re: Hexaco 0.9.8 (colour codes tool)
Posted on 28-May-2017 18:50:43
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Is there really noone just to run it and see if all work fine?

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