Basket Game is a small catapult mini game I designed. It’s the first game I have ever programmed, so it’s a bit “newb-y”. But I hope you enjoyed it! Please use the comments section below to write suggestions, problems, etc. HAVE FUN!
A digital image is made of “pixels
“, small dots of color that when stringed together, form the image. The more pixels you have, the clearer the image is. The total number of these pixels in an image is called “Resolution
Another important factor of any image is the “Aspect Ratio
“. This states how wide an image is. As an example, a 4:3 image is any image that it’s width is 4
times larger than it’s height.
This is a list comparing different resolutions, included are:
- PC resolutions: The common resolutions used for PC desktop or in games.
- Console outputs: The video signal a video game console outputs to a TV.
- Mobile device displays: The resolution a portable device display screen.
- Standard films: The resolution of home use film formats.
- TV broadcast: The resolution of common television systems.
Here is a detailed explanation of sheet data:
- Width: Number of horizontal pixels.
- Height: Number of vertical pixels.
- Resolution: Total number of pixels.
- Aspect: Mathematical equation of width divided by height. Wider resolutions have higher “aspects”.
- Ratio: Resolution aspect ratio. “A” denotes being so close to an aspect ratio that it is used as one. As an example, a “16:9 A” aspect ratio might be used for wide-screen gaming. “C” denotes not having a standard resolution. In this case, the closest common aspect ratio has been stated with a “C” next to it.
- Comment: Additional information on the resolution.
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FILECROP is a Rapidshare and MegaUpload search engine. It sounds really ordinary, since there are a lot of rapidshare search engines out there. But this one is different, in that, like google, it’s an extremely easy to use search engine which returns accurate results in a short time.
This engine has proven to be an awesome alternative to google when I’m searching for files, since google searches for text, and sometimes ignores the “download” keyword.
I used this engine to an extent that I started to wish that I had this search engine next to google and wikipedia in my firefox search bar. I searched for a firefox addon, and even though I stumbled upon some rapidshare search addons, none of them were nearly as good as filecrop.
So, I decided to make my own filecrop search addon…, and I did! Now you can download it for use on your firefox!
UPDATE: Instead of using this, you can simply use “Add to Search Bar” add-on for firefox. It’s easier to use, and it supports all search engines.