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  • June 04, 2015 14:52
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: Duplicate
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  • April 21, 2015 20:26
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: Moved to another topic
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  • April 21, 2015 20:20
    Mike Gibson
    Forked reply to new topic ScoreGeek Advanced Scoring

    Reason: This is a great conversation that's separate from the main one, so I created a new conversation to continue the discussion.
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  • March 19, 2015 20:49
    Mike Gibson, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • February 11, 2015 21:17
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: Duplicate
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  • February 03, 2015 00:06
    Justin Cognito, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • January 16, 2015 15:18
    Mike Gibson
    Changed reply in topic of ScoreGeek Advanced Scoring by Mike Gibson to I just started reading this and thought *Woah* in a Keanu sort of way when I saw the code.<br><br>Originally I programmed certain game code into ScoreGeek itself (7 Wonders, for example, where you had to save the values of each science card type and take the greatest to make sets). &nbsp;That was awful, having no way to update the code, so I created the current line-by-line system to handle those situations where a couple of numbers needed to be stored. &nbsp;Clearly, it isn't ideal for every game.<br><br>I will use your code as an example and see what I can do to bring it down to a reasonable number of lines.<br><br>Now I'm going to read the rest of your post.&nbsp;.
  • January 05, 2015 18:03
    Mike Gibson
    Changed reply in topic of Does this app allow me to see my passwords on my iPhone so I can use them from a computer that is not mine by Mike Gibson to Hi, sorry about the delay over the holidays!<br><br>I think you're talking about Easy Password Storage, in which case yes: you can sync from your desktop computer to your iPhone either through the cloud, over wifi, or with an encrypted text export.<br><br>On your phone you can decrypt your passwords any time and type them manually into a different computer. &nbsp;.
  • January 05, 2015 17:30
    Mike Gibson
    Changed reply in topic of Backup Hidden Files by Mike Gibson to I'm sorry, the in-app file explorer used to be able to find hidden files but when it became sandboxed on Mac that function was no longer available. &nbsp;So you're right, you cannot browse to find the files, but I believe you can drag hidden files from Finder into the app to back them up. &nbsp;Please let me know if that works for you..
  • December 11, 2014 08:53
    laetitia, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • December 02, 2014 15:51
    Mike Gibson
    Changed reply in topic of Do I have to buy the app twice? by Mike Gibson to Hi Jordan,<br><br>Yes, they are completely different programs: one written for Mac, one for iOS. &nbsp;The same goes for the Windows, Windows Phone, and Android versions. &nbsp;There is no way to make just one program run on all of those different devices.<br><br>Since they're different apps and come from different app stores they have to be purchased separately.<br><br>I would like to bundle apps together but for now there is no way: the app stores don't allow it.<br><br>-Mike.
  • December 02, 2014 15:21
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: Duplicate of another post
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  • November 24, 2014 14:33
    Mike Gibson
    Changed reply in topic of Easy Password Storage cannot Sign In to the Cloud from the Windows application (4.2) by Mike Gibson to Thank you for the video, it's very helpful. It looks exactly like the problem that I just fixed on Mac.<br><br>I will upload version 4.3 for Windows today and post a link to it here when it's ready.&nbsp;<br><br>-Mike.
  • November 23, 2014 15:35
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: Unrelated to topic
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  • November 23, 2014 15:35
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: Unrelated to topic
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  • November 23, 2014 15:34
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: Unrelated to this topic
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  • November 23, 2014 15:22
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: The topic has been moved to an email conversation
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  • November 23, 2014 14:38
    Mike Gibson
    Changed reply in topic of ScoreGeek Advanced Scoring by Mike Gibson to Can you grab the number of players?<br><br>-Not automatically, but you could just create a counter for number of players, store it in a variable, and then manipulate it later. &nbsp;Something like this:<br><br>Gold is worth 5 points with 2-3 players, but only 3 points in 4-5 players games:<br><br>Name=Number of Players|Type=Counter|Value=1|Default=2|NoTally=True|SaveVar=A;<br>Name=Gold|Type=Counter|Value=5|SaveVar=B;<br>Name=Is4-5Players|Type=Math|Value=GreaterThan|Values=A,3|SaveVar=C|NoTally=True;<br>Name=ReduceScore|Type=Math|Value=Multiply|Values=B,-2|SaveVar=D|NoTally=True;<br>Name=ApplyReduction|Type=Math|Value=Multiply|Values=C,D;<br><br>That will count the players, give them all five points per gold, then determine if there are more than 3 players. &nbsp;If there are, it will subtract 2 points per gold. &nbsp;If there aren't, it will subtract zero.<br><br>This would have been a lot easier if there was an "IsEqual" math operation! &nbsp;Doh! &nbsp;I will add that to 1.5. &nbsp;You could use the InRange function if you had to have separate points for each possible player number: &nbsp;InRange(1,1), InRange(2,2), etc, as a workaround for no IsEqual..
  • November 03, 2014 18:03
    Jochen Lammert, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • October 14, 2014 21:46
    Mike Gibson
    Reason: I have a zero tolerance policy for people who threaten to cut my throat because they don't like a $0.99 app.
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