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External Wordpress Authentication boilerplate kit with NodeJS + ExpressJS + Handlebars

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An event aggregation app for events in San Diego

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Multiplayer real-time Bomberman-like game.

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Node module that returns a promise to check if local file path contains a specified folder name using NodeJS

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A Node.js wrapper for the Digital Ocean v2 API

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issue closedMirkesx/Bomberman

spectator mode

hi marco,

awesome work on this bomberman game. I was playing around with your codebase. What is the easiest way to setup a "spectator mode"?

So you have the 4 players join the room...

You can have a "spectator" join the same room but is not a player and is hidden. The spectator only will see the game board with all of the players in battle. The spectator has no controls, only viewing the players.

I was messing around with the sockets and the logic you setup. I just have not been successful making it work yet. Let me know if you have any suggestions.

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issue commentMirkesx/Bomberman

spectator mode

Hi Marco,

Thx for the response. I tried to follow your notes and make some modifications to the code based on your notes, but still no luck. I can maybe push some of the lines I changed, but I don't think it will be of much use.

For example you mentioned to check line 636 in main.js for (if 4 players). I believe this is line 216 inside checkValidRoom(). Either way still not getting much further.

I will see if I can get it to work. If you have any snippets or example that I can work from let me know.

Regards, J

jremi

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issue openedMirkesx/Bomberman

spectator mode

hi marco,

awesome work on this bomberman game. I was playing around with your codebase. What is the easiest way to setup a "spectator mode"?

So you have the 4 players join the room...

You can have a "spectator" join the same room but is not a player and is hidden. The spectator only will see the game board with all of the players in battle. The spectator has no controls, only viewing the players.

I was messing around with the sockets and the logic you setup. I just have not had enough time to try to implement. Let me know if you have any suggestions.

🙏

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issue commentdevelopit/microbundle

recommendation for handling css

FYI - another possibility... if your willing to have your css hosted on external resource/location...

document
  .getElementsByTagName("head")[0]
  .insertAdjacentHTML(
    "beforeend",
    '<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://path/to/some/cdn/or/location/with/styles.css" />'
  );
`
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issue commentknex/knex

Knex Configuration File and DotEnv package issue

@devaku at the top of your knexfile.js make sure you include:

require('dotenv').config();
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issue closedrespeecher/micmixer

Great script but unable to get started in automatic startup

I want to thank you for this great script.

I hope you can help me. Im using Ubuntu 19.10 x64.

My /etc/rc.local is setup to spawn a shell script which then invokes your micmixer.sh.

The issue is that I can only make your micmixer register the sinks when I execute the shell script from directly within the system terminal. If I attempt to spawn the script via for example /etc/rc.local it will almost never run. Its the most unusual issue.

Any ideas how to get the sinks to automatically add to the system on system boot. I'm starting the pulseaudio like this...

systemctl --user enable pulseaudio
systemctl --user start pulseaudio
/home/myuser/respeecher/mixmixer.sh

When I do this from the startup it almost never makes the sinks appear. I don't see any errors either. It looks like it loads but when I run...

pactl list short sinks

I dont seem them. Note: the micmixer.sh is already set for chmod +x ... The script does load but I simply dont get the sinks added. I also have made sure that my user is added to the /etc/group audio, pulse, pulse-access

When I run micmixer.sh from shell after it boots manually it loads them fine.

The crazy part is that if I run it via the automatic rc.local script ... occasionally it will actually register the sinks. Its intermittent.

Any help greatly appreciated! Thanks again for this script.

🙏

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jremi

issue commentrespeecher/micmixer

Great script but unable to get started in automatic startup

It appears that the micmixer script when i loaded at startup was sometimes having a fight with the pulseaudio system config. I ended up taking the most important parts of the micmixer.sh ...

load-module/set-default-sink/set-default-source commands being used with pacmd in the script and moved them directly into my ~/.config/pulse/default.pa... Now when my system boots it just runs the commands directly from the user level pulseaudio default.pa config file. This seems to have cleared everything up.

Thank you!

jremi

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issue openedrespeecher/micmixer

Great script but unable to get started in automatic startup

I want to thank you for this great script.

I hope you can help me. Im using Ubuntu 19.10 x64.

My /etc/rc.local is setup to spawn a shell script which then invokes your micmixer.sh.

The issue is that I can only make your micmixer register the sinks when I execute the shell script from directly within the system terminal. If I attempt to spawn the script via for example /etc/rc.local it will almost never run. Its the most unusual issue.

Any ideas how to get the sinks to automatically add to the system on system boot. I'm starting the pulseaudio like this...

systemctl --user enable pulseaudio
systemctl --user start pulseaudio
/home/myuser/respeecher/mixmixer.sh

When I do this from the startup it almost never makes the sinks appear. I don't see any errors either. It looks like it loads but when I run...

pactl list short sinks

I dont seem them.

When I run micmixer.sh from shell after it boots manually it loads them fine.

The crazy part is that if I run it via the automatic rc.local script ... occasionally it will actually register the sinks. Its intermittent.

Any help greatly appreciated! Thanks again for this script.

🙏

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