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About UnbrokenMotion

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    Hobbyist Game Dev/Pc Enthusiast
  • Birthday 1998-08-09


  • CPU
    AMD A8-7600 OC'd to 3.7Ghz
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    Klevv Fit 4GBx2 DDR3 1600Mhz memory kit
  • GPU
    Zotac GTX 1050 Low-profile edition
  • Case
    Coolermaster something
  • Storage
    1TB WD RE3 Enterprise HDD, Samsung 128GB SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 400 Watt ATX Powersupply
  • Display(s)
    Asus P191w
  • Cooling
    1x 120mm fan, 1x 100mm exaust fan
  • Keyboard
    Compaq 5187-5023
  • Mouse
    Logitech 4-button
  • Sound
    Onboard Realtek chipset.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Technical Preview
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    I enjoying doing various things like gaming, programming, and graphic design. I'm also an enthusiast when it comes to building computers. However my financial situation prevents me from building them more often.
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  1. Encountered an unsightly bug. It's basically causing windows I have hidden to render.


  2. HAHAHA IT WORKS *Maniacle laughter ensues*

    (I spent the last two hours trying to get some old code working, I even implemented texture importing while I was at it.)




  3. It's magical code that makes your program go from this: to this: All it takes is changing an if statement into a while statement, I don't even understand why it makes flip out this badly. var object = function (color) { // Define our matrices this.x = []; this.y = []; this.s = []; // Set out color this.color = color; // Set our scale factor. this.scale = 0.5 // Set our range of detection. this.range = 20 // Set the offset of our vertex this.offset = [GetScreenWidth() / 2, GetScreenHeight() / 2]; // Create our pen. this.pen = new pen(this.color,this.offset); } object.prototype = {}; // Adds new points to the array. object.prototype.addPoint = function(x, y, s) { this.x.push(x); this.y.push(y); this.s.push(s); //Print("Added point " + x + "," + y); } // Resets the offset object.prototype.resetOffset = function() { this.offset = [GetScreenWidth() / 2, GetScreenHeight() / 2]; } // Renders our object. object.prototype.render = function (ox, oy) { // Resets our clock f = 0 while(f < this.x.length) { // Grab the current position of the mouse. mouseData = [GetMouseX(), GetMouseY()]; // Set our cache to I forget cache = [(this.x[f] * this.scale) + this.offset[0], (this.y[f] * this.scale * -1) + this.offset[1]]; mCache = null // If the point exists, draw it. if (f == this.x.length) { this.pen.draw(cache[0], cache[1], this.s[0]); } else { this.pen.draw(cache[0], cache[1], this.s[f]); } // Make sure the mouse isn't already clicked, if changed to a while statement, prepare for your GPU to shit itself. while (IsMouseButtonPressed(MOUSE_LEFT) == false) { // If the mouse is on a point, allow interaction. if (mouseData[0] < cache[0] + this.range) { if (mouseData[0] > cache[0] - this.range) { if (mouseData[1] < cache[1] + this.range) { if (mouseData[1] > cache[1] - this.range) { // Draw an indicator over the point we want to modify. Rectangle(cache[0] - 4.5, cache[1] - 4.5, 9,9, CreateColor(0,255,255,255)); // If the mouse is clicked and held begin operations on point. if (IsMouseButtonPressed(MOUSE_LEFT)) { if (mCache == null) { mCache = f; } this.x[mCache] = (mouseData[0] - this.offset[0]) / this.scale this.y[mCache] = (mouseData[1] - this.offset[1]) / this.scale * -1 } else { if (mCache !== null) { mCache = null } } } } } } } Rectangle(cache[0] - 2.5, cache[1] - 2.5, 5,5, CreateColor(255,0,255,255)); f = f + 1 } }
  4. Hello, Needing a calculator capable of function plotting for school I decided to buy a 512Mb version of the HP 95LX because it has some features that would make it nice to have for School. However It's re-ignited my interest in oldschool tech so I was wondering, is there some place that I can go to in order to learn DOS 3.22 compatible BATCH?
  5. Sometimes ATX is your only option... But that's usually not the CASE these days. I'm sorry, the pun was unintended so I had to fix that.
  6. I bought a VR headset for $12 because I was curious, Really enjoyed it so now I'm getting Vridge so I can enjoy VR in Fallout New Vegas


    1. HunterSkater429


      what headset?  I love my Vive. or is it a mobile one? 

  7. Everytime I hear someone talk about WD I'm reminded of how my sister ruined a brand new $50 drive by knocking the laptop I had installed it into off my table. WHILE IT WAS RUNNING (Please don't ask why I let her be around it.) Nonetheless they're good drives when people aren't throwing laptops around. I've had an obsoleted 1TB Enterprise class HDD in my system for about 2 1/2 years now. It's a nice reliable drive, albeit loud.
  8. Welp, now I'm kinda glad I no longer live in Missouri. It's getting screwy there.
  9. Holly hell that caught me off guard, nice work.
  10. Hello, so my current rig has been using the same $30 EVGA powersupply for the last couple of years. I'm looking to upgrade to a semi-modular or fully-modular PSU, what do you guys recommend for a $50 to $75 price range?
  11. I have no idea what model it is or even who manufactured it. (meaning I can't provide proper pics) the integrated RGB LEDS (Yes, my 11 year old case had RGB) have died Can only use an 80mm x 2 radiator in the back if I want watercooling IO is obsolete
  12. I typically take my kindle, phone and my headphones with me:
  13. computer builds

    The first computer I ever owned was a laptop way back in 2011. That got stolen but the first pc I've ever built was this, I recieved it from someone who found it lying on the side of the road and then rebuilt it using spare parts. My hands must've been really shaky a couple years ago. Specs: AMD Athlon 64 x2 4GB DDR2 Some motherboard with an integrated graphics chip SoundBlaster Live! PCI card.
  14. I got the case as part of a PC that was built back in 2006, So yeah, it's like 11 years old and still going strong anywayyyyyy Acer P191W monitor AMD A8 7600 OC'd to 3.7Ghz Zotac GTX 1050 Low-profile Edition UpHere Dualtower cooler 8GB (2x4gb) kit of Klevv Fit Pro Memory EVGA 400 watt PSU (Planning to upgrade to a semi-modular powersupply) WD RE3 1TB Enterprise HDD 120GB Samsung SSD in mSata to Sata adapter 3 Random 80 mm fans Some HP keyboard Crappy iWorld mouse (My old mouse died ) Logitech Speakers Channel Master Dynamic Stereo Headphones modified to have modern 40mm drivers and a flat braided cable with 3.5mm plug. an 6 inch Sata extension cable with molex power connection. No, I didn't modify the case to mount the GPU like that. There was actualyl already a port cutout that was the perfect size for a DVI-I connection. All it took was prying off the port cover, taking the backplate off my GPU and mounting the GPU to the case. Sidenote: I want to get the color bars on the front of the case working again, the old RGB color-cycling LEDs were crap so I'm looking into modding on some RGBs that I can wire directly into an RGB controller. Also, getting a new RGB controller because the one I own became sentient and I had to kill it before it could lay eggs.
  15. Now if only I could get my hands on enough graphene to make this speaker for my headphones: