9.0 (3 votes)
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    February 07, 2008
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This example shows how to make a simple PopUp that it does not freeze the game.

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The fade in and out effect is nice. I think this example could be better if the exit button was not a separate object though =]
Posted by marbs February 07, 2008 13:27 - 9.9 years ago
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Uses objects for both things... which I really despise, but it looks quite nice. I'm glad you have no credit needed, I really don't think highly of people who require credit for their examples, which are meant to teach people.
Posted by ludamad February 07, 2008 13:29 - 9.9 years ago
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I agree with Marbs... other then that, it's absuloutely fantastic!!!

=P if I use, I will give credit, these kind of UI things are extremely valuable including the fact that IT DOES NOT cause hassle in any way too the person

Posted by SunTzus February 07, 2008 17:55 - 9.9 years ago
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Hey that isn't a screenshot. Tisk tisk.
Posted by F1u February 07, 2008 18:20 - 9.9 years ago
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@ F1u: Well, that's pretty much what's in the example, nothing else.

Damn, you beat me to it! I was making an example like this for my Windows Parody game, except that it did not use a separate object for the close button. Nice Job btw...9/10
Posted by Aistarin February 07, 2008 19:55 - 9.9 years ago
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Also, I rated it a 9/10 because there was a severe glitch when dealing with multiple pop-ups, but I believe that it should be easy to fix.
Posted by Aistarin February 07, 2008 19:58 - 9.9 years ago
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Hmmm... modal windows ^_^
Posted by Dragonos February 08, 2008 23:35 - 9.9 years ago
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Its Cool 10/10
Posted by Cpsgames February 23, 2008 17:13 - 9.8 years ago
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