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by misol101
28 Jun 2019 14:32
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)

Wow! The writing of text is fantastic! This remembers me my old method to write text in pixel mode. Where do you get the definition of the raster fonts, so you can read them? Glad you like it! If you clone the git repo (link in first post), you will find a file called cmdfonts.h, which contains all...
by misol101
28 Jun 2019 09:47
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)

Version 1.4 for all the cmdgfx variants. Archive and repo links are the same as always. It is likely to be the last version for quite some time, perhaps ever. What's new: 1. cmdgfx_GDI/cmdgfx_RGB : By specifying an optional font index to the text operation, it is now possible to write "big" version...
by misol101
22 Jun 2019 15:02
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: send email via batch
Replies: 3
Views: 561

Re: send email via batch

If you are ok with using an external tool, "mailsend" could help: https://github.com/muquit/mailsend . There is a link from that page with Windows binaries. Example usage with Gmail as SMTP server: mailsend -smtp smtp.gmail.com -to somebody@yahoo.com -from someone@gmail.com -sub "Hello my friend" -s...
by misol101
17 Jun 2019 03:36
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)

Thank you Carlos. 1x1 pixel font (also with 24 bit color in this case, so using VT-100 codes) is copious amounts slower than gdi bitmap output. I have not measured but would not be surprised if it’s 15-30 times slower or more (again, as has been discussed in this thread before, it is also heavily de...
by misol101
14 Jun 2019 17:22
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)

Archive/repo update: Version 1.3 of all cmdgfx versions There are now 4 cmdgfx executables, as cmdgfx_VT was added. The output of this version uses VT-100 escape codes, so it obviously only works with Windows 10 machines. Like cmdgfx_RGB, it supports 24-bit color. The obvious advantage of the VT ve...
by misol101
30 May 2019 11:56
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)

Archive/repo update: Version 1.1 of cmdgfx/cmdgfx_gdi and 1.2 of cmdgfx_RGB. There were no big changes, except adding 'X' flag for cmdgfx_RGB to convert RGB to 16 color palette at the end of each frame. Now why would anybody in their right mind do that, you might wonder, having just added support f...
by misol101
26 Apr 2019 13:31
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)

Don't use Photoshop... (or even ImageMagick :D ) Cmdgfx_RGB - the poor man's image processing tool 8) https://www.dropbox.com/s/oarw48gy52hvxfg/bmpconv.png?raw=1 With the addition of loading/saving RGB, it's now possible to manipulate real color images in many ways. The block operation with color ex...
by misol101
20 Apr 2019 04:12
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)

(Unsurprisingly) the first version of cmdgfx_RGB had some bugs. Most importantly, new bitopmodes for alpha blending did not work at all for 3d (that's what happens when you just assume something will work without a test). It was fixed and tested in the new RGB-balls.bat script. Also min/max function...
by misol101
07 Apr 2019 12:49
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24 bit RGB support!)

Next-gen cmdgfx has arrived: cmdgfx_RGB ! :) https://www.dropbox.com/s/8ionvgq9qlks45k/collage-RGB.jpg?raw=1 As the name suggests cmdgfx_RGB is a new executable, which has support for 24-bit real color input/output. Like cmdgfx_gdi the output is a bitmap rather than actual text in the buffer, which ...
by misol101
15 Mar 2019 17:17
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window

Well well, here goes version 1.0 . It was finally time to give it a number :) What's new? 1. In-program help was greatly expanded. It is now possible to get specific info on any operation, e.g. block, by writing cmdgfx /? block. Also, there are specific sections on flags, server, palette, comparing ...
by misol101
05 Mar 2019 02:39
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cardioid - Heart Curve
Replies: 6
Views: 627

Re: Cardioid - Heart Curve

Thanks again Icarus for inspiration! For cmdgfx users, here is a oneliner: cmdgfx_gdi "block 0 100,0,500,70 100,0 -1 0 0 ????=??03 (y+1) & block 0 0,0,500,70 0,0 -1 0 1 - - store(sin(x/3),1)+store((y+16)/16,2)+16*s2*s1*s1*s1+50 store(x/3,1)+store((y+16)/16,2)+13*s2*cos(s1)-5*cos(s1*2)-2*cos(s1*3)-co...
by misol101
28 Dec 2018 04:51
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: A new tool to save and restore the console font
Replies: 4
Views: 694

Re: A new tool to save and restore the console font

If I understand correctly, then Cmdwiz "savefont" and "setfont" would also do what you needed to do here
by misol101
15 Nov 2018 01:58
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window (now with 24-bit RGB support!)
Replies: 105
Views: 31756

Re: Cmdgfx - draw 3d and graphic primitives (polygons,circles etc) in cmd window

Archive and repo update Actually, the cmdgfx executable(s) hardly changed at all. The only changes were: 1. A few bug fixes regarding cmdblock 2. Added resource info to the executables 3. Cmdwiz (the companion program) had 'getfullscreen' operation added. Fullscreen / resizable effects Every single...
by misol101
23 Sep 2018 16:45
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdwiz - cmd helper tools (now with Unicode)
Replies: 37
Views: 11177

Re: Cmdwiz - cmd helper tools (now with Unicode)

That's quite annoying, I know :lol: I attached a resource file that you can use for C and C++ apps on Windows. I tried to keep it easy for you to update the values (using a little macro magic and some links to the documentations). Add it to your project, and after the compilation see what file prop...
by misol101
21 Sep 2018 12:24
Forum: DOS Batch Forum
Topic: Cmdwiz - cmd helper tools (now with Unicode)
Replies: 37
Views: 11177

Re: Cmdwiz - cmd helper tools (now with Unicode)

You might try to change your code a little. Also try to figure out what AV engine Mediafire uses and upload your changed files to VirusTotal in order to see which engines report false positives. In my latest reply of the CONVERTCP thread I wrote some possibilities of what you could try. First of al...