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Particle engine test : source and textures.

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Here is the c# : directx 9 source as promised for my shoddy particle engine test program. The program allows you to update particle properties at runtime resulting in different effects. Look at this thread for screenshots. As mentioned on other thread this code is not for the faint hearted(easily shocked/offended)! Here is the link to begin download. There is a whole heap of problems with this, which arent worth sorting out as im just going to start again sometime. I have modified the user interface slightly to make it easier to use and i have added a few properties such as sin wave which modulates the particles init direction. If you encounter any problems with the code please PM me [Edited by - Bitem2k on July 30, 2005 3:02:35 PM]

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My web host bandwidth limit has been exceeded i will repost the link when i find a new home asap

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My web host bandwidth limit has been exceeded i will repost the link when i find a new home asap


Here is the new link to begin download.

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BTW, you can use Image Shack to host images for free. They only keep them for like 60 days, but mostly you don't need more than that.

As for downloadable files, check out Save File. They host files up to 60MBs for free, and delete them after 30 days of inactivity. There is no bandwidth limit. Sounds pretty good to me :).

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BTW, you can use Image Shack to host images for free. They only keep them for like 60 days, but mostly you don't need more than that.

As for downloadable files, check out Save File. They host files up to 60MBs for free, and delete them after 30 days of inactivity. There is no bandwidth limit. Sounds pretty good to me :).



Thanks ill certainly look into them next time i post images.

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