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A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #1
Materials
I am currently working with the materials/rendering system. The system features normal mapping, cubic mapping, and sphere mapping. Texture, vertex, and pixel shaders are possible. I will also be adding software vertex shaders, for fast effects on low-end cards.

Physics
The editor will also feature a real-time physics engine. You can create pre-set physical objects, stack them up, and watch them tumble in the editor. Physics objects will be pre-made in a special section of the editor, like how static meshes are set up beforehand. Vehicle physics will be a specially coded case with adjustable parameters.

Engine
Finally, all of these features will be available in a companion game engine that can be modified with a BASIC script. This is not like programming in DBPro or even like FPSC. All the content creation tools are provided, and a definite production pipeline is established. Additionally, various high-quality media packs will be available to aid in setting up your environments. Some minor script programming will allow you to modify entity behavior or add your own features.

Too much cool stuff to describe it all right now:











Knotz(Posted 1+ years ago) #2
Interesting work, halo.


Picklesworth(Posted 1+ years ago) #3
Cool...


Koriolis(Posted 1+ years ago) #4
Interesting.
Given the way you integrated BVM, no doubt you'll be greatly interested in some new features in the second version.
Provided you want to know more - and still talk to me - get in touch with me.


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #5
Sure. Nothing personal, I throw insults around like candy.


Koriolis(Posted 1+ years ago) #6
Sigh. At least there is some objectivity in that.

Anyway.

I'm writing some docs currently. I'll send you soon some early version so that you can get the idea quickly and start to think about the best way to take advantage of these new features (three of them in particular allow to write generic and highly configurable game editors).

And so that I can have some additional feedback.


boomboom(Posted 1+ years ago) #7
how will the game/script editor in chop intergrate into blitz? will there be some 'level loading' code that is put into our blitz game that then uses BVM to load the level with 'extentions'?

also i see you have included a screenshot of your software (at least i think its software if i remember right) self showing code, will that be in cshop?

I also see that you are adding shaders etc, if this will be for blitz3d, will it use hardware (if the hardware in the computer is capable) or always software pixel shaders?


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #8
I'm not using Blitz3D, so anything modern cards can render, you can do. You can also emulate the Blitz3D effects with this, if that's all you want.

A companion engine will be available, using the same framework as CShop. The engine can be modified with scripts.

I have no plans to implement a Blitz3D-based engine, but you can still load .csm maps with Blitz3D.


boomboom(Posted 1+ years ago) #9
cool halo. whens the suspected release date?


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #10
Oh god, I don't know.


Erroneouss(Posted 1+ years ago) #11
Do the CSHOP4 users get this for free?
I just got CSHOP4 for Christmas... Great work!
I love it! :D

Looks very cool!


wizzlefish(Posted 1+ years ago) #12
What's "WorldEdit?" Where can I get it?


wizzlefish(Posted 1+ years ago) #13
What's "WorldEdit?" Where can I get it?


Red Ocktober(Posted 1+ years ago) #14
hey Josh... i like this whole approach... i'm sold already...


--Mike


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #15
Then give me $$$ already.


Red Ocktober(Posted 1+ years ago) #16
hahahahaaaa hey, you already got my money for CShop...

has version 5 been released ready??


if YES then
__kicks self in arse for not keeping up with news
__puts check in the mail
else

__kicks halo in the arse for getting me all excited
__assumes the bent over position, resumes waiting for release date
endif


--Mike


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #17
It depends...how much money have you got?


Red Ocktober(Posted 1+ years ago) #18
the ole bank account just got increased by 39K... now i can relax for a week or two before my next 'project'...

so... me am feelin rich... but i'm sure it will pass soon...

... make me an offer :)

--Mike


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #19
$39,000, and I will have you CShop 5, 'Red Oktober Edition', plus source, plus three moderately-priced hookers.


Red Ocktober(Posted 1+ years ago) #20
hahahahaaa... hhhmmmm...lemme think that one over for a second...

--Mike


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #21
Yes, I am pushing those boxes around in the editor, in real-time.


BTW, I will be writing the next version of the Hammer editor for Valve.


Erroneouss(Posted 1+ years ago) #22
>> "BTW, I will be writing the next version of the Hammer editor for Valve."
Seriously? That's awesome!!! And hammer editor is free right? cool!


Red Ocktober(Posted 1+ years ago) #23
lookin better and better with every new screenie...

hey... are those lights and shadows on those boxes keeping their proper fx and locales when the boxes move?

if you get some time, what about a four second or so video clip...

--Mike


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #24
www.leadwerks.com has some cool new stuff.


Knotz(Posted 1+ years ago) #25
Nice, thanks. Site looks better also.


Murphy(Posted 1+ years ago) #26
*lol*
http://www.steampowered.com/index.php?area=news

BTW. Thanks for the free TGA-Tool


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #27
Yeah, still tweaking the site.


Red Ocktober(Posted 1+ years ago) #28
Lookin' Gooood !!!

--Mike


Knotz(Posted 1+ years ago) #29
I ran the your site through HtmlValidator. You maybe want to fix some errors:

1)   instead of &nbsp
2) <td width="89"><a href="http://www.leadwerks.com"><img border=0 src="logo.gif"></a></img></td>
Notice the wrong placement of the </a> tag, happens a couple of times.

HtmlValidator found a couple of other errors. If you want i'll sent you the log of all the found errors.


A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #30
Cool, can you post it here?


Knotz(Posted 1+ years ago) #31
No prob, it's huge:

Validator message export for "http://www.leadwerks.com/":
Generated by CSE HTML Validator Professional v6.53 (http://www.htmlvalidator.com/)

1. Warning: [24] A document type declaration should appear as the first line (line 1) of every HTML document. For example, for HTML 4.01 Strict documents, <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> should be the first line. For HTML 4.01 Transitional documents, the first line should be <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">. For HTML 4.01 Frameset documents, the first line should be <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/frameset.dtd">. Although HTML recommendations generally require this line, most browsers probably ignore it. If you are using HTML Validator's integrated editor, then you can add this from the Tags menu and/or from the Tag Inserter.

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14. Error in line 17 at character 87: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

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18. Message in line 23 at character 7: [9] The "center" element is deprecated in HTML 4.01 and XHTML in favor of using style sheets (use the CSS "text-align: center" instead or align="center" where "align" is not deprecated). Another option is to use <div style="text-align: center">...</div> instead of <center>...</center>. The "center" element may become obsolete and unsupported in the future.

19. Warning in line 24 at character 41: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

20. Error in line 24 at character 72: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

21. Error in line 24 at character 81: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

22. Error in line 24 at character 86: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

23. Error in line 24 at character 91: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

24. Error in line 24 at character 96: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

25. Error in line 24 at character 101: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

26. Error in line 24 at character 106: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

27. Error in line 24 at character 111: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

28. Error in line 24 at character 116: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

29. Message in line 24 at character 41: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

30. Warning in line 25 at character 46: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

31. Error in line 25 at character 82: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

32. Error in line 25 at character 91: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

33. Error in line 25 at character 96: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

34. Error in line 25 at character 101: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

35. Error in line 25 at character 106: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

36. Error in line 25 at character 111: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

37. Error in line 25 at character 116: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

38. Error in line 25 at character 121: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

39. Error in line 25 at character 126: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

40. Message in line 25 at character 46: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

41. Warning in line 26 at character 43: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

42. Error in line 26 at character 76: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

43. Error in line 26 at character 85: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

44. Error in line 26 at character 90: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

45. Error in line 26 at character 95: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

46. Error in line 26 at character 100: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

47. Error in line 26 at character 105: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

48. Error in line 26 at character 110: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

49. Error in line 26 at character 115: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

50. Error in line 26 at character 120: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

51. Message in line 26 at character 43: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

52. Warning in line 27 at character 43: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

53. Error in line 27 at character 76: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

54. Error in line 27 at character 85: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

55. Error in line 27 at character 90: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

56. Error in line 27 at character 95: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

57. Error in line 27 at character 100: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

58. Error in line 27 at character 105: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

59. Error in line 27 at character 110: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

60. Error in line 27 at character 115: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

61. Error in line 27 at character 120: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

62. Message in line 27 at character 43: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

63. Warning in line 28 at character 45: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

64. Error in line 28 at character 80: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

65. Error in line 28 at character 89: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

66. Error in line 28 at character 94: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

67. Error in line 28 at character 99: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

68. Error in line 28 at character 104: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

69. Error in line 28 at character 109: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

70. Error in line 28 at character 114: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

71. Error in line 28 at character 119: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

72. Error in line 28 at character 124: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

73. Message in line 28 at character 45: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

74. Warning in line 29 at character 42: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

75. Error in line 29 at character 74: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

76. Error in line 29 at character 83: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

77. Error in line 29 at character 88: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

78. Error in line 29 at character 93: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

79. Error in line 29 at character 98: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

80. Error in line 29 at character 103: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

81. Error in line 29 at character 108: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

82. Error in line 29 at character 113: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

83. Error in line 29 at character 118: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

84. Message in line 29 at character 42: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

85. Warning in line 30 at character 42: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

86. Error in line 30 at character 74: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

87. Error in line 30 at character 83: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

88. Error in line 30 at character 88: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

89. Error in line 30 at character 93: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

90. Error in line 30 at character 98: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

91. Error in line 30 at character 103: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

92. Error in line 30 at character 108: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

93. Error in line 30 at character 113: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

94. Error in line 30 at character 118: Found an ampersand '&' but could not find a following semicolon for a properly formed character reference. If you want to actually display an ampersand, such as in "Recreation & Sports", then you should use the character entity reference "&amp;" as in "Recreation &amp; Sports" (see comment).

95. Message in line 30 at character 42: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

96. Warning in line 31 at character 44: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

97. Error in line 31 at character 78: The end tag for "img" was found, but "img" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

98. Message in line 31 at character 44: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "img" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style.

99. Message in line 43 at character 2: The "TABLE" tag is contained in a "center" tag. Different browsers may render this very differently. For example, Internet Explorer 6.0 may center the table cell content (depending on the DOCTYPE) while Internet Explorer 5.5 does not. However, both will center the table itself. If you want to center the table, then align="center" may be used in the "TABLE" tag.

100. Message in line 43 at character 2: Consider using the "width" attribute with the "TABLE" element. This is considered to be good style and can cause the table and page to render faster. Note that this is not a deprecated attribute in HTML 4.01 nor XHTML 1.0. It's also a valid XHTML 1.1 attribute.

101. Message in line 45 at character 2: The "TABLE" tag is contained in a "center" tag. Different browsers may render this very differently. For example, Internet Explorer 6.0 may center the table cell content (depending on the DOCTYPE) while Internet Explorer 5.5 does not. However, both will center the table itself. If you want to center the table, then align="center" may be used in the "TABLE" tag.

102. Message in line 45 at character 20: [9] The "align" and "bgcolor" attributes for the "TABLE" element are deprecated in HTML 4.01 and XHTML in favor of using style sheets. Instead of the "bgcolor" attribute, consider using the CSS "background-color" property instead.

103. Error in line 48 at character 4: The "tr" tag was found, but it is not valid due to where it is used. It is nested in another "tr" tag and cannot be nested. Did you forget to close the previous "tr" tag?

104. Message in line 54 at character 7: The "strong" element should be used instead of the "B" element when you want to denote strong emphasis. The "B" element should only be used when you want bold typeface but do not want strong emphasis. Many web authors use the "B" element when the "strong" element would be more appropriate.

105. Warning in line 59 at character 7: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "IMG" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

106. Error in line 59 at character 28: The end tag for "IMG" was found, but "IMG" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

107. Message in line 59 at character 7: [7] You should use the "height" and "width" attributes with the "IMG" element. Using these attributes generally result in faster and smoother (less jumpy) rendering. Using them is also considered to be good style. This is the last time that this message will be generated. There may be other images missing these attributes.

108. Message in line 60 at character 3: [9] The "FONT" element and all of its attributes are deprecated in HTML 4.01 and XHTML in favor of using style sheets (use the CSS "color", "font", "font-family", "font-size", and other font properties instead).

109. Error in line 61 at character 90: The attribute value "100%" for the "width" attribute was not enclosed in single or double quotation marks when it must be. In HTML 4.01, attribute values containing characters other than A-Z, a-z, 0-9, hyphens, periods, underscores, and colons must be quoted. In XHTML/XML, all attribute values must be quoted. Quotes are recommended even if they are not required.

110. Error in line 61 at character 103: The attribute value "#808080" for the "bgcolor" attribute was not enclosed in single or double quotation marks when it must be. In HTML 4.01, attribute values containing characters other than A-Z, a-z, 0-9, hyphens, periods, underscores, and colons must be quoted. In XHTML/XML, all attribute values must be quoted. Quotes are recommended even if they are not required.

111. Message in line 61 at character 3: The "TABLE" tag is contained in a "center" tag. Different browsers may render this very differently. For example, Internet Explorer 6.0 may center the table cell content (depending on the DOCTYPE) while Internet Explorer 5.5 does not. However, both will center the table itself. If you want to center the table, then align="center" may be used in the "TABLE" tag.

112. Message in line 61 at character 95: [9] The "bgcolor" attribute for the "TD" and "th" elements is deprecated in HTML 4.01 and XHTML in favor of using style sheets. Consider using the CSS "background-color" property instead of the "bgcolor" attribute.

113. Warning in line 65 at character 14: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "IMG" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

114. Error in line 65 at character 35: The end tag for "IMG" was found, but "IMG" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

115. Error in line 67 at character 90: The attribute value "100%" for the "width" attribute was not enclosed in single or double quotation marks when it must be. In HTML 4.01, attribute values containing characters other than A-Z, a-z, 0-9, hyphens, periods, underscores, and colons must be quoted. In XHTML/XML, all attribute values must be quoted. Quotes are recommended even if they are not required.

116. Error in line 67 at character 103: The attribute value "#808080" for the "bgcolor" attribute was not enclosed in single or double quotation marks when it must be. In HTML 4.01, attribute values containing characters other than A-Z, a-z, 0-9, hyphens, periods, underscores, and colons must be quoted. In XHTML/XML, all attribute values must be quoted. Quotes are recommended even if they are not required.

117. Message in line 67 at character 3: The "TABLE" tag is contained in a "center" tag. Different browsers may render this very differently. For example, Internet Explorer 6.0 may center the table cell content (depending on the DOCTYPE) while Internet Explorer 5.5 does not. However, both will center the table itself. If you want to center the table, then align="center" may be used in the "TABLE" tag.

118. Message in line 73 at character 3: The "TABLE" tag is contained in a "center" tag. Different browsers may render this very differently. For example, Internet Explorer 6.0 may center the table cell content (depending on the DOCTYPE) while Internet Explorer 5.5 does not. However, both will center the table itself. If you want to center the table, then align="center" may be used in the "TABLE" tag.

119. Message in line 73 at character 3: Consider using the "width" attribute with the "TABLE" element. This is considered to be good style and can cause the table and page to render faster. Note that this is not a deprecated attribute in HTML 4.01 nor XHTML 1.0. It's also a valid XHTML 1.1 attribute.

120. Warning in line 89 at character 8: [13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "IMG" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility. It lets authors specify equivalent text to serve as content when the image cannot be seen or displayed. Use alt="" when alternate text is not appropriate, such as when images are intended to format a page (such as spacer images).

121. Error in line 89 at character 29: The end tag for "IMG" was found, but "IMG" was never opened, has been ended too many times, or cannot have an end tag.

122. Comment: This program can help you make your web pages more accessible. An accessible page is one that more individuals can use, such as individuals who are blind or deaf. It can also increase the usefulness of your web page for individuals who browse the web using slower devices like older computers or wireless devices like cell phones and PDAs. An accessible web site makes good business sense (and possibly good legal sense as well). You can enable or disable accessibility checking in the Validator Engine Options.

123. Comment: You can disable all the error messages for improperly quoted attribute values by having HTML Validator ignore and disregard the quotation mark requirements for attribute values. This option is in CSE HTML Validator's Validator Engine Options. However, it is recommended that you leave these error messages enabled and that you properly enclose attribute values in quotation marks.

124. Comment: The ampersand '&' is an escape character in HTML. If you want to actually use the ampersand in your HTML document, then the character entity reference '&amp;' should be used instead of the actual ampersand character.

125. Comment: Possibly misspelled words (5, 2 unique): CShop (2x), Leadwerks (3x). Complete list.

126. Comment: HTML document detected.

127. Comment: [111] Tip - Do not use hidden text, small text, comments, popular but unrelated words, etc. to try to 'cheat' to gain better search engine rankings. This is dishonest and some search engines may lower a page's rank for trying to 'cheat'.

128. Comment: [8] <meta name="description" content="(actual description)"> should be used in the "head" section to provide a brief description of what is contained on this page. This information is used by many search engines when indexing a site. If you are using HTML Validator's integrated editor, then you can add this from the Tags menu and/or from the Tag Inserter.

129. Comment: [8] <meta name="keywords" content="(actual keyword list)"> should be used in the "head" section to provide a list of keywords that are relevent to this page. This information is used by many search engines when indexing a site. If you are using HTML Validator's integrated editor, then you can add this from the Tags menu and/or from the Tag Inserter.

130. Comment: An ICRA label (a rating "meta" tag) was not found in the "head" section of this document. Browsers that are enabled with this rating system may not display documents that have not been labelled. If you have labelled this document by rating the section (directory) in which it is found, or if your site is a personal web space on a large Internet Service Provider, it is still recommended that you include the rating "meta" tag on all of your pages for performance reasons. For more information, please visit http://www.icra.org/.

131. Comment: Although not normally necessary, you may want to include a "meta" tag similar to the following in the "head" section of your document: <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=us-ascii">

132. Comment: [10] CSE HTML Validator Std/Pro allows you to disable certain messages (like this example message) and groups of related messages by disabling flags. For instance, the [10] at the beginning of this message indicates that you can disable this message by disabling validator flag 10. If you are using HTML Validator's integrated editor, then you can simply use your mouse on this message to open the context menu (usually done by right-clicking the mouse on this message) and select 'Disable Flag 10' to disable this message. For more information about disabling messages, please look at the Configuration section in the documentation.

133. Comment: CSE HTML Validator Std/Pro allows you to disable many messages on an individual basis without using flags. For instance, you can disable this message by using HTML Validator's integrated editor to open the context menu for this message (usually done by right-clicking the mouse on this message) and selecting 'Options for this Message->Disable Message' to disable this message. For more information about disabling messages, please look at the Configuration section in the documentation.

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c5ven(Posted 1+ years ago) #32
site looks nice tho.


Beaker(Posted 1+ years ago) #33
Is CShop5 gonna have physics built in as well?


Erroneouss(Posted 1+ years ago) #34
Beaker: Look at the first post... It says there... or look
below this. :D

Physics
The editor will also feature a real-time physics engine. You can create pre-set physical objects, stack them up, and watch them tumble in the editor. Physics objects will be pre-made in a special section of the editor, like how static meshes are set up beforehand. Vehicle physics will be a specially coded case with adjustable parameters.




A Potted Plant(Posted 1+ years ago) #35
Forums are now up.


Techlord(Posted 1+ years ago) #36
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wizzlefish(Posted 1+ years ago) #37
Where can I get that "WorldEdit" program in the screenshots?


JaviCervera(Posted 1+ years ago) #38
It's CShop5, Optomistic.


wizzlefish(Posted 1+ years ago) #39
No - I Googled it - it is some sort of WorldCraft thing.


Falelorn(Posted 1+ years ago) #40
well worldedit is also what Halo is calling his world editor. Those SS are all CSHOP5

I have a worldedit as well, as I assume what most people generically call their world editors.


wizzlefish(Posted 1+ years ago) #41
Well, WorldCraft WorldEdit doesn't work - what WorldEdit do you have? I'm constantly looking for a new world editor.


Falelorn(Posted 1+ years ago) #42
Built my own. Only real way for my project.


JaviCervera(Posted 1+ years ago) #43
No - I Googled it - it is some sort of WorldCraft thing.
No. Just take a look at the screenshot. It has the same interface as CShop. WorldEdit was a working name for CShop5.