Random Sig Changer

Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by zone97, Feb 22, 2007.

Feb 22, 2007

Random Sig Changer by zone97 at 7:54 PM (997 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. zone97
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    Member zone97 GBAtemp Fan

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    I rewrote my sig changing program to generate a new one everytime you reload the page. This way you will never know what might pop up... Right now there are only 5 but as i get inspired something new may show up..
     
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    can i get the code?
     
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    kewl, i understand the basics of it... replacing the images with my own and suck, but what is this part; /$image$game[$ransig]?$random\n\n\n"?
    also, do i need to change this;
    $data_dir = ".\\data";
    $sigs_dir = ".\\images";?

    and do you just put it in your sig? or do you host the file and embed it?
     
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    I can give you the code, but you have to impliment it. You need your own server to use this.
     
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    May I interject here that a random sig generator can be made in flash, with the same effects, but in a much more simple manner? All you need is a place to host the flash file and the signatures you want to rotate.

    If you are interested iza, I'll whip up some code later for you.
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    Of course there are some restrictions with transparency, but if your sigs take up the entirety of the flash document, you're fine.
     

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