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Menu Engine
Author: Lukas Hägg Submitted: 13th January, 2004 Favourites:0
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This is a Menu Engine I did a while ago. It's nothing really hard to do but I just wanted to show people how I did it.

There's actually not much more to say about it. The "event editorial" as you could call it, will speak for itself.

Enjoy.

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http://www.angelfire.com/mech/dotman/Menu.zip (448kb )
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Posted by Klikmaster 14th January, 2004

Not bad... Line 13 in the code does nothing, instead of using a global value for each option, use object's alterable values, or counters, because global values are very limited. You could have done, option 1; play sound + set counter to 1, option 2; play sound + set counter to 2, etc. then say, if counter = 1 + sound isnt playing, go to frame 2, etc...
 
Posted by Retired Kliker Lazarus 14th January, 2004

Good job! This is an excellent menu example. :)
 
Posted by Karnage [Ragnarok Games] 14th January, 2004

Very nice.
 
Posted by AndyUK 15th January, 2004

quite funky but why make it so big for what it is? the smaller the better
 
Posted by Lukas Hägg 16th January, 2004

Line 13... I forgot to delete that one :) if you mean big as in window size, it's because I run on really high resolution. I'm glad that you liked it :D
 
Posted by Simon Colmer 16th January, 2004

its god but you could of made it easy for yourself by adding groups and spreading alterable values over the groups giving an id system letting u add loads more! but still good!
 
Posted by Lukas Hägg 19th January, 2004

I have 1600x 1200 I think, haven't checked in a while, but somethin like that. I didn't add groups cuz I was lazy :)
 
Posted by Simon Colmer 19th January, 2004

lol, do u have mmf? if so on my one of my sites i have made an adcanced one that adapts automaticaly to the amount of buttons you have in the play area and only 13 lines (its good) if u want to check it out its at http://www.CNChelp.homestead.com or my main site http://www.xvolt.homestead.com
 
Posted by Lukas Hägg 20th January, 2004

Sadly I don't use MMF. I don't have enough money to buy it!!! *sob* But I'm working´on it! :)
 
Posted by Yuhkaz 20th January, 2004

I only have a 1152x864 (i think) resolution. My friend might have 1600 and it its soooooooooo tiny
 

 



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