Premium Code

I received a code for a premium Teacher membership.  I have entered the code and logged in, but when I go to download it says I need to upgrade to premium.  Help!

Posted by Zilhaver01 1 year ago


Giving away pro codes

So, I've given away a few pro membership codes recently. When they are used by the recipients, do they automatically disappear from the list of unredeemed codes on my own "pro settings" page? The reason I ask is because I forgot to note down which codes I sent ...

Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago


Posting formatted code

How do I post properly formatted code with the new editor ? The old one accepted Arduino format cut/paste, the new one mangles it completely. Steve

Posted by steveastrouk 3 years ago


Free Pro membership

A friend sends me a code to upgrade to Pro for a time...where do I enter this code?

Posted by mprelle 6 years ago


Bug in code formatting

When I add some sourcecode, select it and format it as code from the dropdown menu, it looks all right. But when I later change something in my Instructable, the code gets messed up and I have to write the whole block again. It's really annoying :(

Posted by metanurb 4 years ago


How to post Arduino code with pointy braces ()

The Arduino code in my instructable contains '#include < AFMotor >' . The , which keeps disappearing when I hit 'save', I guess it is interpreted as a tag. I have tried &lt; / &gt; but without success. Thanks, R 

Posted by landmanr 8 years ago


How to Post Code in the Editor

Could someone please help me. Please show me the correct way to post code in an "ible". I have seen where some people post it in its own box. I would like to be able to do that, Im just not sure how.

Posted by MakrToolbox 1 year ago


Arduino time base servo sweep code help

Hi,     I need help on creating arduino code for a time base sweeping servo. Specifically i would like to have my servo sweep 180 degrees and back to center every 20 minutes and repeat indefinably. Im sure its a fairly simple code but just new at coding in general I have looked at servo sweep code sample in the arduino library but I dont know how to implement it with a timer. Hope someone can help me out. thanks for your time uno r3, micro servo 99

Posted by jaysond04 1 year ago


Aduino Bluetooth code problem!

I am building a Morse Code machine with bluetooth functuonality.  It is in the early stages at the moment but I have hit a problem. My code uses a button to input Morse code which is displayed on an LCD and flashes an LED on pin 5, but also incorporates a bluetooth HC05 which controls an LED on pin 13. Seperately, they work fine but I wanted to merge the two sketches. I have succeeded but for one small problem. When pressing the LED 'ON' button on my android app, the LED only comes on after the Morse code button has been pressed. And it works the same way for the LED 'OFF' function on the app. Press it, then press the Morse code button and the LED switches off again. This repeats. I cannot figure out why this button is controlling the Bluetooth LED command signal. I have changed baud rates of the bluetooth but to no joy. I have attached my code. Can anyone help me solve this problem?!?

Posted by Satans Thong 2 years ago


pid control motor using arduino

Hi forum I have problem i done my pid  code using arduino but the output value shows 0 or constant 250.Need your help,I attached the code. thank you

Posted by satya_82 4 years ago


IF STATEMENT BATCH CODE CMD

Hi! I'm new in batch coding using cmd. I need help. My teacher gave me an exercise where once you put a grade it will show the equivalent standing of that grade: 91-100 - excellent 81-90 -Very Satisfactory 71-80 - Satisfactory 61-70 - Very Good 51-60 - Good 0-50 - Failed ******************* Now I tried the code if %num% GRT 91 echo Excellent If %num% LSS 50 echo Failed But the problem is I don't know how to do with the rest. As per my teacher there's no code such as '<=' or '>=' there are other activities with such problem. I just need to know how to figure this one out then I will be able to to do the rest. Please help me.

Posted by maakuasa 11 months ago


control dc motor using pid processing and arduino

Hi forum I done code for pid to control dc motor speed but the output value gives 0 or constant value 250 and the set point is still same 100.Hereby I attach the PID code.

Posted by satya_82 4 years ago


Arduino Code Modification Help (Change of Display Type Used)

This is my first post, so I hope I'm doing this correctly. For reference, I'm new to Arduino, and with no experience with code. I want to try and do a battery tester with an Uno, as seen here (http://denishennessy.com/2012/04/08/measuring-battery-capacity-with-an-arduino/). I'm trying to follow the instructions given, and use the code (https://github.com/dhennessy/BatteryCapacityTester/blob/master/BatteryTester/BatteryTester.ino) that the author has provided. However, due to lack of availability of parts, I don't have a temperature sensor, and instead of the 16x2 LCD screen, I have an Adafruit 1.8' TFT shield. So my query is, how can I modify the code such that it works on this type of display? Again, the code is from (https://github.com/dhennessy/BatteryCapacityTester/blob/master/BatteryTester/BatteryTester.ino), and I have not directly copied it in the post so that it is easier to read. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Posted by f-nine 5 years ago


How long will the discount code work for?

How long can you use the discount code for? I have a big wishlist I'm planning on buying in may (utilizing birthday money), and if I don't win the contest, I would like to know if I can still wait until may to buy the stuff. EDIT: I was under the assumption that the "add a new topic" button would add a new topic to the contest, not just the forums. I was talking about the april fools day contest.

Posted by codongolev 8 years ago


Wanta make something

Does someone have a rig going? What are you using it for? What software are you using to generate g-code? What controller software are you using?

Posted by servant74 10 years ago


Learn Morse Code

I saw a number of instructables on how to build various kinds of telegraphs, and one including a mapping of characters to either left or right, according to the number of dot's and dashes required to represent it. however, i am missing an instructable about how to LEARN such code. so i've been thinking. it's what i do some times. and i came up with this idea. i am searching for a software that would present you a blank screen. then a letter should appear on the screen, and a sound of the corresponding morse code should be heard. a couple of times. then the same with another letter. next, random letters should show up. the newer they are to the viewer, the often they should be shown and played. after some time, words should appear letter by letter, while playing them. and so on. can anybody help me finding such a piece of software? can anybody make such software?

Posted by DonQuijote 10 years ago


Embedding things other than video

Hi, I'm looking for a way to embed things other than videos into my instructable. Specifically, I'd like to be able to embed some code that I will host on Google Code (or if anyone has a better suggestion, I'm open to it!). Is there a way to embed things other than video? Right now the embed video feature isn't even working, but I'm hoping that will be fixed by the time I'm ready to publish my instructable. Thanks!

Posted by jptrsn 5 years ago


Arduino

I am making a micromouse and want integrate the encoders using the fuction interrupt with the Arduino UNO. The encoders are from parallax; Boe-Bot Digital Encoder Kit. Know how programed using instruction of interrup. https://www.parallax.com/sites/default/files/styles/mid-sized-product/public/28107_3.png?itok=1K1pfZbG

Posted by gabon 1 year ago


Memorize

Hi Sorry for the bad English, hope you understand what I'm after. I've been searching the site for a kit that memorizes. Lets say you got 12 different buttons and 3 tactical buttons, when I push First Tactical for, lets say 3 sec. it goes into "write" mode, and now I make a combination of pushes on the 12 buttons, when done press the tactical again and now the combination is stored. And repeat with the remaining two tactical. Now I got 3 Tactical with different press Combo's.  When I'm in need of combo N#1 I just press the Tactical N#1 and it does the combo I've saved before. And so one if I'm in need of saved Combo's on N#2 and N#3. There should be a LED that tells me when I'm in "write" mode. Hope its not to confusing to understand, Its for my disabled little brother and are gonna be a great help for him and us. I will go in to further details if anybody has an idea on how to realize the setup Tnx in advance Best Regards Henrik Andersen

Posted by Andersen1975 6 years ago


Promo code

Ok so I have 3 instructables featured now,yeah , I was given promo code for each but have lost one of the codes, is there anyway of retrieving it? Thanks.

Posted by LarryF29 11 months ago


Pasting Arduino Code compiles it wrong

When i copy paste arduino code it crushes it all together so it is unreadable and unuseable.

Posted by Aquariums 4 years ago


YouTube

Hi Everybody, I just tried to use YouTube's embedding code but the code wasn't accepted. Earlier, Youtube still offered their old embedding code for videos one wanted to embed. This code isn't offered anymore. Do you have any suggestions what to do? Thanks for all your help and support. Bob

Posted by bobwalshplumerias 7 years ago


Code blocks not respecting code

So, I got some feedback that my 'ible has some errors in it (which is somewhat expected :D )  I went to the instructable, to do some editing and noticed that the problems are likely coming from and tags that are in the code blocks. I tried to remove them, but they come back when I save.  I noticed this happens in *all* my code blocks.  Changing the format of text in code blocks makes Instructables unacceptable as a way to share code. Considering the amount of code for many projects on this site, this potentially breaks many of them, or at the very least makes it harder for others to copy the code for their projects.   Please make tags repect all formatting within!  Thanks, JR

Posted by jack ruby 2 years ago


auto generating morse code device

Need ideas on building an auto generating morse code signal for a geocache I'm building. The idea is, a user will plug a battery into the device and as long as the battery is plugged in the device will emit looping morse code message either with sound or light, preferably light. Thanks for any ideas!

Posted by luckydog1313 3 years ago


Wanted Arduino code writer for my project (will pay)

Hi friends. Hi I need a code writer for my project. The code would instruct arduino to turn on 3 leds and drive 2 servo motors. The functionality would be driven by an android app (there are plenty out there) connected with bluetooth Willing to pay 40$

Posted by JosephF74 2 years ago


How long is a gift code valid for?

My first ever instructable got featured.. then the next day it was placed on the front page. I'm really stoked about this, plus it won me a 3 month and a 12 month pro membership. Awesome! How long are the gift codes valid though? Will they remain valid forever or do they need to be used within a certain period? And can I donate a code to a friend?  Cheers, -Aku.

Posted by akumabito 7 years ago


Arduino

Looking for someone to write an arduino sketch for a stepper motor driven XY table Only looking for a basic, simple code Willing to pay but willing to accept volunteers also :)  Thanks!

Posted by PhillipF9 2 years ago


N on the yo page

I was checking my account page, when i noticed a capital N on the up left corner of the page. here is my screen shot.

Posted by Misac-kun 5 years ago


Arduino Coder Wanted!

Hi, I'm doing an Arduino webserver project for watering my vegetable garden. I'm looking for someone who wants to earn a little extra by helping me finish my code. I have a working Arduino code and the working html code but I need someone who has the skills to integrate a .css and .jpg file onto the micro SD card so that they are picked up by the website. This should be pretty easy for someone with the right skill set. Please get in touch if you are interested. Payment via paypal. Tom

Posted by TomGoff 2 years ago


A challenging riddle

Alrite here is the riddle.The area code 212 is given to New York city 213 to Chicago and 312 to La. There is a very good reason why this is. HINT; The oder you are the more it might make sense.

Posted by thejrb 10 years ago


Instructable editor pastes content in the wrong place

When pasting content into the Instructables editor, the content doesn't always get inserted at the cursor's location. To reproduce:  1. Start a new Instructable, and edit the first step.  2. Enter some dummy text, followed by a newline.  3. Use the "formatting" menu to change the current format to "code".  A grey box will appear.  Place the cursor inside the box.  4. Copy some source code (from a separate editor or a separate tab) and paste it into the grey box. What should happen:  - The content on the clipboard is pasted inside of the grey box. What actually happens:  - The content on the clipboard is pasted immediately after the grey box. A partial workaround is to paste the code first, then highlight it and switch the formatting to "source".  Pasting the code when formatting as normal text causes the code to be modified, however (whitespace and newlines get mangled/combined).  Aside from being annoying, this can break code in languages where whitespace is significant (like Python).  The paste function should work as expected, and insert the pasted content as-is at the current cursor location. I am currently running Firefox v52.0.2 on Windows 7 (64-bit).

Posted by sparkchaser 1 year ago


Passwords opening Rar Files

Could someone please help me crack the password for this uploaded file?

Posted by dkarenga 9 years ago


Looking for a "trial" pro membership code

I am new to the site and was looking to see if anyone might be gracious enough to send along a pro membership code for a trial basis (was thinking a month or two).  I just had my first son back in July and I am really interested in improving my skills in a few areas (wood-working, electrical, and tech related to raspberry pi).  Looking to build a few cool projects for my boy and have the skills to pass along to him when the timing is right.  The pro features (downloading some of the project PDFs, specifically) look like they would be really helpful in getting my feet off the ground and I just have a pretty limited budget (as one might imagine with a new born). Just thought I would throw out a line and see if anyone is willing.  By the way - this site has some of the most amazing designs and DIY projects I have ever seen, hoping to stick around and contribute here when I can! Thanks!

Posted by andy5925 2 years ago


What's Wrong With My Code or My Sensors?

Hey gotta question! So I made an i'ble on how to make your own mini temperature sensor, and it worked great for a while, but after time, the temperature settings started getting more off and off. So what's wrong? I have the right conversion factors! If you go look at the Lm35's data sheet, I have all the conversion factors to convert the analog out from the LM35 to a degrees. Every time I use the LM35 with my arduino, it seems to work OK at first, the slowly slip and get worse. Now on the LM35's data sheet there are 2 schematics for wiring the sensor, should I use the schematic with the resistor for more accurate readings? Thanks!

Posted by HavocRC 3 years ago


Batch File Help...

Hi guys, i think this might be a bit of a nooby question but here goes: I have made a batch file that lets you add a password to a file, here is the problem, i would like to make the password so when you type it, it will show "****" or something to use to hide the password.Is there anyway of doing this,if so can you please tell me. Thanks :P Oh and here is the link to the source code: http://pastebin.com/EAiNvzz5

Posted by Petzl11 4 years ago


Equipment tracking using RFID

Hello there. I have this project where i intend to track down equipments entering and leaving the room. My first problem is im a newbie to Arduino and i don't have any clue on where to start.  I've already installed the software but i dont know what to do. Anyone who can help me? Or can anyone give me the code on how my Arduino will connect to my RFID reader? THANKS A LOT. By the way, im using Aceduino - an Arduino clone here in the Philippines.

Posted by Estela Alano 4 years ago


Arduino code help

Hey guys, So Im by no means good at coding. I can work with electronics, but the coding part of arduino is beyond me. I normally work with libraries that others have already created.  Im just wondering, is there anyway someone could help me write an arduino sketch for a personal project? Im using a arduino nano and a strip of 22 ws2812b led strips seen in my last instructable; https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Bike-LED-Lights/ I worked around the neopixal library until I got the rainbow cycle effect seen here (Not my video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUL7x_0r-bA Im just wondering if its possible to make the rainbow cycle code run between 3 different colors such as red green and yellow or red white and blue. here is my current code #include #ifdef __AVR__   #include #endif #define PIN 6 // Parameter 1 = number of pixels in strip // Parameter 2 = Arduino pin number (most are valid) // Parameter 3 = pixel type flags, add together as needed: //   NEO_KHZ800  800 KHz bitstream (most NeoPixel products w/WS2812 LEDs) //   NEO_KHZ400  400 KHz (classic 'v1' (not v2) FLORA pixels, WS2811 drivers) //   NEO_GRB     Pixels are wired for GRB bitstream (most NeoPixel products) //   NEO_RGB     Pixels are wired for RGB bitstream (v1 FLORA pixels, not v2) //   NEO_RGBW    Pixels are wired for RGBW bitstream (NeoPixel RGBW products) Adafruit_NeoPixel strip = Adafruit_NeoPixel(PUT THE NUMBER OF LED's HERE, PIN, NEO_GRB + NEO_KHZ800); // IMPORTANT: To reduce NeoPixel burnout risk, add 1000 uF capacitor across // pixel power leads, add 300 - 500 Ohm resistor on first pixel's data input // and minimize distance between Arduino and first pixel.  Avoid connecting // on a live circuit...if you must, connect GND first. void setup() {   strip.begin();   strip.show(); // Initialize all pixels to 'off'   // Some example procedures showing how to display to the pixels: } void loop() {   rainbowCycle(20); } // Slightly different, this makes the rainbow equally distributed throughout void rainbowCycle(uint8_t wait) {   uint16_t i, j;   for(j=0; j<256*5; j++) { // 5 cycles of all colors on wheel     for(i=0; i< strip.numPixels(); i++) {       strip.setPixelColor(i, Wheel(((i * 256 / strip.numPixels()) + j) & 255));     }     strip.show();     delay(wait);   } } // Input a value 0 to 255 to get a color value. // The colours are a transition r - g - b - back to r. uint32_t Wheel(byte WheelPos) {   WheelPos = 255 - WheelPos;   if(WheelPos < 85) {     return strip.Color(255 - WheelPos * 3, 0, WheelPos * 3);   }   if(WheelPos < 170) {     WheelPos -= 85;     return strip.Color(0, WheelPos * 3, 255 - WheelPos * 3);   }   WheelPos -= 170;   return strip.Color(WheelPos * 3, 255 - WheelPos * 3, 0); } Please let me know or if you can help ill take any advice Thanks!

Posted by Constructed 2 years ago


Resistor Colors Confirmation

 Hi, I got a bunch of resistors with my LED order, and I'm having a hard time with the colors on this set. The picture actually shows it clearer than I can tell with my eyes. So what is your verdict of them? 70?

Posted by Justinph5 8 years ago


Arduino dimmer code

I am creating a 6 channel light dimmer system using an arduino duemilanove. I want to control it using push buttons to  dim and brighten. I want to setup 6 buttons to corresponding to the 6 channels. Then I want an up, down, and on/off button. When you hold down a channel button, it activates to up and down button to control that channel. I want the on/off button to turn all channels to full brightness or completely off. I am basing the dimming part of the circuit off of this instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Powered-Musical-Christmas-Lights/. Anyway, I have ordered an arduino but want someone to check out my code before I build this. I have made many things but am new to writing my own code so I would appreciate any improvements and friendly advice. Here is the code: int light1pin=3; int light2pin=5; int light3pin=6; int light4pin=9; int light5pin=10; int light6pin=11; int button1pin=0; int button2pin=1; int button3pin=2; int button4pin=4; int button5pin=7; int button6pin=8; int uppin=12; int downpin=13; int onoffpin=14; int onoff=0; int light1=255; int light2=255; int light3=255; int light4=255; int light5=255; int light6=255; int interval=1; void setup() {   pinMode(light1pin, OUTPUT);   pinMode(light2pin, OUTPUT);   pinMode(light3pin, OUTPUT);   pinMode(light4pin, OUTPUT);   pinMode(light5pin, OUTPUT);   pinMode(light6pin, OUTPUT);   pinMode(button1pin, INPUT);   pinMode(button2pin, INPUT);   pinMode(button3pin, INPUT);   pinMode(button4pin, INPUT);   pinMode(button5pin, INPUT);   pinMode(button6pin, INPUT);   pinMode(uppin, INPUT);   pinMode(downpin, INPUT);   pinMode(onoffpin, INPUT); } void loop() {   analogWrite(light1pin, light1);   analogWrite(light2pin, light2);   analogWrite(light3pin, light3);   analogWrite(light4pin, light4);   analogWrite(light5pin, light5);   analogWrite(light6pin, light6);   if (digitalRead(onoffpin) == HIGH && onoff == 0){     light1=255;     light2=255;     light3=255;     light4=255;     light5=255;     light6=255;     onoff=1;   }   if (digitalRead(onoffpin) ==  HIGH && onoff == 1) {     light1=0;     light2=0;     light3=0;     light4=0;     light5=0;     light6=0;     onoff=0;   }   if (digitalRead(button1pin) == HIGH) {     if (digitalRead(uppin) == HIGH && light1 < 255){       light1 = light1 + interval;     }     if (digitalRead(downpin) == HIGH && light1 > 0){       light1 = light1 - interval;     }   }   if (digitalRead(button2pin) == HIGH) {     if (digitalRead(uppin) == HIGH && light2 < 255){       light2 = light2 + interval;     }     if (digitalRead(downpin) == HIGH && light2 > 0){       light2 = light2 - interval;     }   }   if (digitalRead(button3pin) == HIGH) {     if (digitalRead(uppin) == HIGH && light3 < 255){       light3 = light3 + interval;     }     if (digitalRead(downpin) == HIGH && light3 > 0){       light3 = light3 - interval;     }   }   if (digitalRead(button4pin) == HIGH) {     if (digitalRead(uppin) == HIGH && light4 < 255){       light4 = light4 + interval;     }     if (digitalRead(downpin) == HIGH && light4 > 0){       light4 = light4 - interval;     }   }   if (digitalRead(button5pin) == HIGH) {     if (digitalRead(uppin) == HIGH && light5 < 255){       light5 = light5 + interval;     }     if (digitalRead(downpin) == HIGH && light5 > 0){       light5 = light5 - interval;     }   }   if (digitalRead(button6pin) == HIGH) {     if (digitalRead(uppin) == HIGH && light6 < 255){       light6 = light6 + interval;     }     if (digitalRead(downpin) == HIGH && light6 > 0){       light6 = light6 - interval;     }   } }

Posted by bmrodgers3365 5 years ago


XY Table

Hi, I am trying to make an XY table using SCC-32 controller board that is controlling Hitec Servos. I was wondering if anyone had an Idea on how I would use C# or any other serial compatible programming language to set up a User Interface where you can click on a " hidden grid" to draw your desired shapes. Thanks in advance John

Posted by jtcamp15 4 years ago


Can you make this game?

I am working on a game last 7 years. I need coders for making this game. I will just give you game idea, you will do the job and you will gain the money. I am played all of games and watching game videos everyday. So game designing is my job, you just read my idea. This game will be a turn based strategy, MMO, open world, crafting, starving, pvp, pve, dungeon blah blah game. I cant make this game as a board game bcause it is too complex and requires calculations. So it cant be funny as a board game bcause causes headache. This game has an unique combat system and strange classes and races like turtle, rhino, ninja, runner, mantis...... So you can play as everything. Some characters can fly, swim, run; depends on what you are playing as. Every turn everybody moves at same time. After that everybody attacks to each other at same time. And cycle repeats. You can order to your character "be that much near to target" and it always tries to be that much near to enemy. Server does this calculation automaticly. Lets see what i designed: CYBER Cyber is a robot looks like human but its made all of steel. So its metalic gray colored. Its dark. It is a serial killer. Hates everything, even itself. He is male but he have no gender. His strongest attack is COMET CANNON. Causes a explosion which will kill the target and damage the who arounds it. Cyber can kill its friends while shooting stuff. ZERO POINT is stronger than Comet Cannon and if you shoot it you will lose all of your HP so this spell consumes HP; its deals same damage to everyone in explosion and this spell always deals damage but enemies will divide damage with their FLE so enemies with high FLE will take less damage. After Zero Point; damaged tiles will damage to who stay on them with heat. GATLING GUN spell deals damage with bullets. Damage will be increased every turn but its MP cost will also increase. You cant move while shooting with Gatling Gun. Also nothing will miss you while you using this spell but %100 of your FLE will become DMG. And your movespeed will become your HIT but only half of it. Also while using this noisy spells your hiding will decrease so enemies can see you from even more faraway. Cyber uses bullets and rockets while using its spells and it gets out of ammo. Ammo will refill 10 turns after an empty turn(nothing attacks you and you attack to nothing). Gatling Gun deals area damage so you can shoot many targets at same time. PAILDRAMON GUNS: If you still didnt mention all of Cyber spells are stolen from digimon and gunslinger of Ragnarök online so this skill is same. So he takes rifles from inside of his calfs and shoot the enemy. You cant use this spell if you moved this turn so you cant move. You can shoot the target until miss it so this spell can be used again after you used it if it hits target. It has more hit than Gatling Gun and it can only shoot 1 target. TWIN STINGERS: you shoot 2 stingers from your nipples. Its a divided attack but stingers must be locked to same target. If they miss target, next turn they will try to hit it again. Enemy can attack to stingers for destroying them but stingers have 0 HP and %500 of your FLE also you must destroy stingers 1 by 1. ROCKET RAIN: using this spell causes you to use all of your ammo. You release all of your firepower as mini stingers. They will randomly attack every enemy they can reach. Missed stingers will hit each other and get destroyed. This attack have high HIT but low DMG. ROCKET STRIKE: you shoot a giant rocket from your arm. Its most basic attack of cyber but it costs too much MP and ammo and have low HIT, but still great for dealing damage to 1 enemy and killing full damage build noobies. PUNCH CANNON: cyber can longer his arms for punching enemy. Really stupid but requires no ammo; also it is ranged. JET BLOW: cyber flies really fast by using his jets and punches enemy from its belly. Bcause of he is so badass, blood comes out from enemy’s body. This spell gets used for reaching enemy and starts melee fight. PUNCH: you punch the enemy. If you dont miss, you can punch next turn. You can only punch three times in a combo, so after that Punch goes cooldown. Bcause of his Punches reducing targets FLE for next turn and dealing massive damage and also dealing damage to targets MP; its Punches consumes too much MP. If you can Punch enemy 3 times after each other; 3rd punch will make enemy unable to move. ENERGY SHIELD: the robot creates an energy field like every mechs doing in Sci-Fi movies so why not? When enemy attacks you it will hit your MP with multiplied by %150 damage. If you turn off your shield you will lose all of your MP and MPR, HPR for next turn and you will gain +%50 HIT, +%50 FLE. The turn after that turn your MP will comeback so you can use your spells again. Also shield will turn off when you reach 0 MP. Than next 2 turns you cant turn on your shield. LIGHTNING JOLT: if you use this spell after turning off Energy Shield you will deal +%50 more damage. And your unexist mana can be consumed for this skill. You shoot lightning which one deals damage to all enemies. If there is less enemy it will deal more damage. This lightning will firstly damage enemy’s FLE for next turn and if it can make FLE 0, than will deal damage HP. LIGHTNING CHARGE: It can only destroy both players MP when it used turn after when Energy Shield turned off manually. You rush to the enemy and punch it. Punch throws enemy to back based on your base speed. If you use same spell after shield off, it will not push enemy but will destroy enemy’s MP by destroying your MP. When one of you reach 0 MP, that event ends. This spell also will deal damage. METAL FORM: you already made of metal but you still want to go in metal form. Metal form is a buff will affect you for next many turns. That buff increases your AMR. Its just that. Increases your AMR for many turns. WASTE: when you die, your remaining ammo will deal damage to enemies in range. All of enemies will take random amount of damage but total damage is always same. BURST SHOOT: you shoot the target with a flamming bullet. Its just that. ARM CANNON: You shoot something unkown but also this attack always missing. When it hits, it deals too much damage for its mana cost. It may hit another random target. Sometimes it causes an explosion and hits many targets. RAINBOW CANNON: you shoot your strongest cannon three times for shooting targets. If three of them hit, it is better than Comet but mostly 1 of them miss. Base values of Cyber(elements will be added when game ends): 3 DMG 1 HIT 0,5 FLE 3 AMR 15 HP 0,5 HPR 10 MP 1 MPR What elements Cyber use? Melee(MLE), Ranged(RNG), MAGnetic, EXPlosive, BuLLet, PLAsma BLoW, WAVe, WiND, HOT, FiRE Sense’s of Cyber: %100 SEE %200 hEAR %200 HEaT %200 MAGnetic Cyber cant fly or swim, bcause of that he has 4 times more attack range than his movement. Also machines are really great ranged units. But Cyber have no ability for escaping. Cyber’s hiding values are: %50 SML %50 MAG %50 HET %0 EAR %150 SEE %200 IDE %200 SUL Cyber is good for killing low FLE and high AMR and low speed units. Cyber is strong against high DMG units.

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El.parentNode.parentNode.replaceChild(NewFrame, El.parentNode); WrFrame_24578457887(InitObj); Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagIMG_24578457887() function CheckTagEMBED_24578457887(El, InitArray) { var str; var InitObj; var NewFrame; var i; if(El.parentNode == null) return 1; str = El.getAttribute("src"); if(!str) return 1; for(i = 0; i < str.length - 3; ++i) { ss = str.substr(i, 4); if(ss == ".swf") break; } //for(j = 0; j < str.length - 4; j++) if(ss != ".swf") return 1; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, El)) return 1; InitObj = CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, El); if(!InitObj) return 1; NewFrame = CreateFrame_24578457887(InitObj); El.parentNode.replaceChild(NewFrame, El); WrFrame_24578457887(InitObj); Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagEMBED_24578457887() function CheckTagOBJECT_24578457887(El, InitArray) { var str; var InitObj; var NewFrame; var ss; var i; if(El.parentNode == null) return 1; if(navigator.appName == 'Opera') return 1; try { str = El.getAttribute("movie"); if(!str) { str = El.getAttribute("data"); if(!str) return 1; } //if(!str) } catch(e) { return 1; } for(i = 0; i < str.length - 3; ++i) { ss = str.substr(i, 4); if(ss == ".swf") break; } //for(j = 0; j < str.length - 4; j++) if(ss != ".swf") return 1; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, El)) return 1; InitObj = CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, El); if(!InitObj) return 1; NewFrame = CreateFrame_24578457887(InitObj); El.parentNode.replaceChild(NewFrame, El); WrFrame_24578457887(InitObj); Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagOBJECT_24578457887() function CheckTagIFRAME_24578457887(El, InitArray) { var InitObj; var NewFrame; var flExcl; var str; var ss; var aid = MainAid_24578457887; var i; if(!El.parentNode) return 1; if(!El.tagName) return 1; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, El)) return 1; InitObj = CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, El); if(!InitObj) return 1; flExcl = 0; for(i = 0; i < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++i) { if(!ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(El.src.length < ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) continue; if(El.src.substr(0, ExclusionArray_24578457887[i].length) == ExclusionArray_24578457887[i]) { flExcl = 1; break; } }; //for(j = 0; j < ExclusionArray_24578457887.length; ++j) if(flExcl) return 0; flExcl = 0; str = El.src; for(i = 0; i < str.length - aid.length + 1; i++) { ss = str.substr(i, aid.length); if(ss == aid) { flExcl = 1; break; } } //for(j = 0; j < str.length - 4; j++) if(flExcl) return 1; El.src = InitObj.FrSrc; Connection_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(InitObj); return 0; } //function CheckTagIFRAME_24578457887() function ReplaceByFrame_24578457887(InitArray, MainCollection, Included) { var El = null; var i; var flExit; if(!Included) { flExit = 0; for(i = 0; i < ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538.length; ++i) { if(!CheckUrl_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538[i])) { flExit = 1; break; } //if(!CheckUrl_3A315874118D436c8E256384792D2A73(ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538[idx])) } // for(i = 0; i < ruleset_AA532B7B55D44dbb87FAB30BCA27C538.length; ++i) if(flExit) return 0; }; //if(Included == 0) if(window.frameElement) { if(CheckObj_24578457887(InitArray, window.frameElement)) return 0; if(CheckID_24578457887(InitArray, window.frameElement)) return 0; } //if(window.frameElement) for(i = 0; i < MainCollection.length; i++) { El = MainCollection[i]; if(El.tagName == "IMG") { if(!CheckTagIMG_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; }//if(El.tagName == "IMG") else if(El.tagName == "EMBED") { if(!CheckTagEMBED_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; } //else if(El.tagName == "EMBED") else if(El.tagName == "OBJECT") { if(!CheckTagOBJECT_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; } //else if(El.tagName == "OBJECT") else if(El.tagName == "IFRAME") { if(!CheckTagIFRAME_24578457887(El, InitArray)) continue; } //else if(El.tagName == "IFRAME") if(El.childNodes && El.childNodes.length) ReplaceByFrame_24578457887(InitArray, El.childNodes, 1); } //for(i = 0; i < MainCollection.length; i++) return 0; } //function ReplaceByFrame() function CreateInitObject_24578457887(FrID, FrSrc, FrWidthMin, FrWidthMax, FrHeightMin, FrHeightMax, AHref, ImgSrc) { var InitObj = new Object(); InitObj.FrID = FrID; InitObj.FrName = FrID; InitObj.FrSrc = FrSrc + '&aid;=' + MainAid_24578457887 + '&guid;=' + MainGiud_24578457887 + '&uid;=' + MainUid_24578457887 + '&rid;=' + MainRid_24578457887 + '&url;=' + EscUrl_24578457887; InitObj.FrWidthMin = FrWidthMin; InitObj.FrWidthMax = FrWidthMax; InitObj.FrHeightMin = FrHeightMin; InitObj.FrHeightMax = FrHeightMax; InitObj.FrSpacing = '0'; InitObj.FrBorder = 'no'; InitObj.FrScrolling = 'no'; InitObj.AHref = AHref; InitObj.ATarget = 'blank'; InitObj.ImgSrc = ImgSrc; InitObj.ImgBorder = '0'; InitObj.ImgAlt = ; return InitObj; } //function CreateInitObject() function GetDomain_24578457887(str) { var i; var str2 = ""; for(i = 0; i < str.length; ++i) { str2 += str.charAt(i); if(str.charAt(i) == '/') { if( ((i + 1) < str.length) && ((i - 1) >= 0) ) { if( (str.charAt(i + 1) != '/') && (str.charAt(i - 1) != '/') ) break; 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