Due to working needs, I’ve to explore the Facebook Developer page, in order to learn building my Facebook apps, due to whatever reason, I search for some keywords regarding to developing Facebook application on Google, and without surprise, the result came out with Facebook link on the top, and judging by the content itself, I feel it’s what I want, after clicking it, I noticed the URL is different,
besides URL, and favicon, everything seems like a legit Facebook page, I wonder why the Google Search result put these in top5 on first page of the results.
Exploding Rabbit just release version 1.1 of Super Mario Bros. Crossover at http://supermariobroscrossover.com/ , with a new playable character, Ryu from Ninja Gaiden, it was so awesome, and other character get a little updates as well, except Bill from Contra, he is strong enough. And, Simon still the worst character in the game, he always bring me game over.
Despite of Simon, the game is great!
Downloaded Visual Studio 2010 Express, because I need to use the parallel programming in my project, and it’s the first time I came across the ConcurrentDictionary example on the Internet, but VS complained that it couldn’t find the namespace, so I decided to look it up in the Object Browser, and I noticed it’s not there, and most of the menu are gone!
At first I thought it is stripped out in Express edition, after playing with the menu, I figured the default setting is the Basic setting, can easily change from Tools –> Settings –> Expert Settings , and hence all the familiar menu came out.
Never encountered this situation before as this is the first time using Express edition…
Just happened to came across a Flash game, Super Mario Crossover at Newground, I don’t usually like to play Flash game, I prefer it to be a downloadable game on my desktop, but this game got me hooked for some times.
This game is based on Super Mario game we all familiar with, but instead of Mario alone, we can now choose from Samus from Metroid, Link from Zelda, Mega Man from Mega Man series, Simon from Castlevania, and Bill from Contra.
Each level starts with character selection
All character having some common ability, step on enemy, hit the block with head. But the game is well design where each of the character have special ability on their own, which is exactly same as in their game. All character starts with basic ability, e.g. Mega Man can do slide, can’t do charge shot, Bill using only basic gun. After get the mushroom power-up, they will get a new ability, Mega Man can now do charge shot, Bill using a machine gun, while flower power-up made them have the special ability, Mega Man using fire shot from the fire boss, Bill using shot gun. Each character’s power-up will retain as the game proceed, unless game over.
This game can even let user to change control key (most of the Flash game don’t, I hate to play game using arrow key), and even save/load game state, awesome!
Randomly access to Google main page brought me a surprise, it’s Pacman’s 30th birthday, and Google actually replacing their usual Google logo to a Pacman game, and the I’m lucky button as Insert Coin button, which clicking the button will add Mrs Pacman into the screen.
Pacman control by arrow key and Mrs. Pacman control by W,A,S,D key.
< wakka wakka…
Trying to add new component to my existing Visual Studio 2008 Professional installation, adding in C++ component that I left out as I’m no C++ programmer, and I need it to compile some existing source. On the installation screen, after checked C++ and click next, I’m presented with an error:
After a quick Googling, found that by uninstalling the Service Pack 1 for my Visual Studio 2008 actually works!
Easy steps, uninstall Service Pack 1, install C++ component, and then reinstall the Service Pack 1.
😀 happy Visual Studio 2008 again.
Happen to running Windows 7 64bit, with a Wacom Bamboo tablet driver installed (tablet unplugged), using a wireless mouse, mysteriously my mouse does not working well in MS Paint and WLM drawing.
It might cause by recent Windows Update, or some mystery stuff happening background, my mouse start to act weird on MS Paint, where I click and drag (or draw) is actually not the actual drawing happen, the real drawing happen slightly (quite) off the actual clicking point, but it does working well on normal clicking and dragging.
Fixed it by going Control Panel –> Mouse, and click the OK button, it take few second to save and close the mouse properties dialog, and magically it fixed my mouse problem, weird. :S
It’s insane, Humble Indie Bundle are selling 5 indie games in a bundle, which cost only Whatever-You-Want-To-Pay, it’s donating to Child’s Play and the EFF, so, be a good guy, support indie game, and support charity.
Visit Humble Indie Bundle , 1 week only! Act fast!
I’m pretty sure there are bunch of people who also having problem that whenever they debug their ASP.NET project, the page run, and Visual Studio can’t debug it.
Actually one can attach the process to the development web server manually by go to Debug –> Attach to Process (may vary from version or edition) and select the development web server instance.
I found a single click method to get the job done. Using Macro. In Macro Explorer, create a new macro and new module, and using these codes:
Public Module Module1
Public Sub AttachProcess()
Dim process As EnvDTE.Process
For Each process In DTE.Debugger.LocalProcesses
If (System.IO.Path.GetFileName(process.Name).ToLower() = "webdev.webserver.exe") Then
MsgBox("No Development Server Found")
To make the life easy to run the macro, go to Tools –> Customize –> Keyboard and locate the macro and assign to a new shortcut key. That’s it, whenever the web project is running, press they shortcut key and the debugger will be running. But due to the nature of the codes, it will attach to the first development web server found, it might be able tweaked to become more flexible.
Yesterday was trying to fix my Xbox 360 controller’s receiver for PC by taping a conductor across the fuse, well, it didn’t when well, since the tape can’t hold it up to the board, so head to Ace Hardware and grab a soldering tools, and now it fixed!! Just felt that I’m waiting something to happen by fixing it myself.