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42553 No. 42553
Hello bronies!

Ever wanted to make your own sweet apple acre cider (alcoholic)? Then now you can, and you can manage it very efficiently and scientifically!

With this program, you can calculate recipes, the final product, the economy surrounding the product, and even save/load entire settings and manage when they are done!

I am a young programmer who made a utility program for making cider and wine.

---TECHNICAL INFO---
Written in C++/SFML-2.0 rc, compiler with g++. Single threaded, zero processor usage when no events are processed (except the load screen, which contains counters). It's only compiled on windows 7 - 86x, but I'm pretty sure it'll work on x64 too. Will probably work on windows xp as well, but my older computer does not handle sfml well and lags, which is hardware related. Program may also crash with intel GPU's due to the use of rendertextures.

Download:
http://www.mediafire.com/?8xkfgejiuv5h3mw

Pic related, it's the splash screen.
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>> No. 42554
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42554
Another screen!

- The program is in its finished state btw, I forgot to state that.
>> No. 42556
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42556
So I hope you guys can give me some comments and perhaps future improvements (but I think it's okay like it is).

And,.. luck with your cider makin'!
>> No. 42586
>>42554
THAT IMAGE LOADED FROM DOWN TO UP WHAT IS THIS MADNESS!!!

But anyways... So it tells you what you need to do to brew cider? I'm about to go to bed but I'll test it out tomorrow! (The program... Not the brewing...)
>> No. 42589
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42589
>>42586
-Never- happens with me, weird, suspecting it to be a thread drawing the texture before it was initialized properly (then the result is upside-down)....

Wait, I don't have multiple threads...

*shrug* *blames hardware*


To answer your question; yes, it gives you details about:
- What you need to add
- What you will get
- How much it will cost
- What you actually got (theoretical)
>> No. 42592
>>42586
That simply means that the image was stored with the bottommost data first.

BMP files have traditionally done this. Blame the OS/2 team for that.
>> No. 43597
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43597
Small update, and posted it here if anyone's interested:
http://mclo3.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d5rjcng

Works for Linux now too.
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