I’m trying to do a short animation with some cameras. I’ve already animated them, add markers, made ctrl+b, but when i render i only see through one camera. Why is this happening? In the properties panel, in scene, the cameras switch but i can’t see it in camera view or when rendered.
I’ve thought about: “pushing/muscling through the wind”
Say I am expecting a result to be returned. What will happen to the return value when the call will go through to the fallback since the fallback does not return anything?
uint a = otherContract.bar();
where I expect bar to return uint but
otherContract does not actually implement it
function bar () returns (uint);
a take a value? will the cal throw?
I’m looking for another PET game, which I cannot find on various sites. It was one of the earlier ones – it was available when I first got access to the PETs circa 1981/82.
The user starts in the center of the screen and is surrounded by a series of concentric rectangular walls, two or three sets I think. There are gaps in the walls in the four cardinal directions.
Enemies appear outside the walls and begin moving inward. They will bump into the walls and remove a small part of them, but generally attempt to move towards the gaps and then approach you. Over several waves, the slight damage would add up and eventually new holes would appear that they could move through.
I recall that the characters used for the player and enemy were card suits? I think the player was the diamond?
I don’t recall how the action between the player an the enemy happened, although I do recall there was some timing involved as you peeked out from behind the walls to make quick attacks.
Is it a good idea to âsplitâ the action/setting to show actions of other characters elsewhere, or make it flow straight through? Example: My protagonist gets kidnapped. Thereâs a scene where she is transported, two scenes where she is captive, then the big rescue scene. In a movie, it would break and go show other characters and what they are doing while sheâs captive, then return to her. Thatâs what Iâm wanting to do. Put in a scene of the rescue planning and another of her friend going about her day that doesnât even realize she missing yet. But how does that work in writing? Thank you.
Magnesium alloy wheels (aka mag wheels) are desirable to car enthusiasts due to an increase in performance, but with reduced weight there would also be a fuel saving.
Obviously prices and fuel efficiency varies for different cars and parts, but has anyone calculated whether the purchase cost could be justified through fuel savings in some cases?