[kismac] Re: (No Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 20:49:42 +1030

  • From: numE <numE@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 14:48:51 +0100

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leigh Cocker schrieb:
> how do i get off this list ?
>
> thanks
>
>
> On 27 Jan 2006, at 11:08, themacuser wrote:
>
>> Nice! I like those screenshots. Those topographical-style lines might
>> be a bit hard to generate though...
>>
>> Now, your misalignment is because the KisMac source assumes they're
>> 15x15 pixels... I'll look for the piece of code there.
>> On 27/01/2006, at 1:04 AM, globo wrote:
>>
>>>>> 2. Custom bullets for APs.
>>>>>    The colorcoding of the rounded bubbles is fine.
>>>>>    Being totally opaque the overlap also.
>>>>>    It would be great to be able to set a custom PNG for each Type.
>>>>>    That way one could use transparency
>>>>
>>>> Yep, we can try that. They're inside the application bundle if you
>>>>  want to edit them themselves.
>>>
>>> I've tried. Transparencies work with the TIFFs they are misaligned
>>> though.only the lower half is visible when replaced. I assume that the
>>> x-axis is also misaligned when a different size is used. (Original size
>>> is 15x15 px I was trying a 45x45 px)
>>>
>>> To make that approach usefull (i.e. patching the bundle) the bullets
>>> need to be placed centered in some way.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I've made screenshots of my "beefed-up" area-maps I mentioned in my
>>> other post:
>>>
>>> http://img131.imagevenue.com/img.php?loc=loc288&image=9effa_Area_1.jpg
>>> Blurred, inverted and colorized (green for no encryption, red for wep
>>> and blue for wap)
>>>
>>> http://img147.imagevenue.com/img.php?loc=loc259&image=51acb_Area_3.jpg
>>> Same image as above except for that the blurred ares have "topographic"
>>> lines
>>>
>>> http://img143.imagevenue.com/img.php?loc=loc197&image=42d10_Area_2.jpg
>>> combination of the two above.
>>>
>>> I don't even dare to imageine what a OpenGL version of this approach
>>> would look like. Each area of reception drawn as a translucent dome
>>> over it's location over the map. :-)) looks like I'm proposing a
>>> different application by now...
>>>
>>> globo
>>>
>>
>>


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