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19th August, 2012 at 19/08/2012 12:26:18 -

Hi guys, I'm looking in to using a custom hi-score system as I want custom test and not the typical fonts, I could figure out that part myself but I just can't seem to figure out the hi-score object as I can only use the one hi-score table. I could never get multiple hi-score tables working even though you can select the table you want.

If someone could give me a idea where to find a example or tutorial on getting more than one table to work, I'd appreciate it.

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Leighton

 
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Chris Burrows



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19th August, 2012 at 19/08/2012 14:05:45 -

Use an array to store the entries and sort them using any sorting algorithm.

http://www.whenthereisnoroominhellthedeadwalktheearth.com/MMF/highscores2.mfa

I used bubble sort. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bubble_sort

Then for a "non typical" font, you need to use text blitting. There are a few extensions available but they are either not compatible with HWA or the various runtimes.

I recently wrote a tutorial teaching users how to text blit simply with active objects, it might be helpful for you.

http://www.diybandits.com.au/MMF/tutorial_textblit1.html

 
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19th August, 2012 at 19/08/2012 18:37:11 -

Thanks for the reply Chris, will look into it.

 
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19th August, 2012 at 19/08/2012 19:41:52 -

Yeah, I was about to suggest bubble sort. I did a really quick test once and it works really well for sorting a simple list of numbers.

 
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