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Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Americo Damasceno
Like some guys don't like the dark "cobalt sky" of the "Basic DMU island" we
have create another island having a clear blue sky. So, you can use that having
the cobalt sky at:

http://www.dmu.com/cobalt/DMU.c3d

or the new one at:

http://www.dmu.com/cobalt/DMUb.c3d

We can think about night versus day....  ;-)
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Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Americo Damasceno
You can see a picture having the two islands&skies:

http://www.dmu.com/cobalt/Skies.jpg
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Re: Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Paul Sheldon-2

--- Americo Fraga Damasceno Junior <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> You can see a picture having the two islands&skies:
>
> http://www.dmu.com/cobalt/Skies.jpg
>
Now I get it, cobalt blue is dark blue!
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Re: Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Eugen Leitl
On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 08:03:05AM -0700, PAUL SHELDON wrote:

> Now I get it, cobalt blue is dark blue!

http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=cobalt+blue
http://images.google.com/images?q=cobalt+glass

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Re: Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Paul Sheldon-2

--- Eugen Leitl <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 08:03:05AM -0700, PAUL
> SHELDON wrote:
>
> > Now I get it, cobalt blue is dark blue!
>
> http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=cobalt+blue
> http://images.google.com/images?q=cobalt+glass
>
Thank you, Eugen.

"Cobalt blue" is an English compound word I suspect
not in
translation dictionaries or even reflected in other
languages.

Sure is a beautiful blue; always liked it.
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tried 1.0.25 today

Alan Grimes-2
Here're the error messages...


atg@leenooks ~/updatedCroquetSDK-1.0.25 $ ./Croquet.sh
ln: creating symbolic link `/usr/local/lib/libopenal.so': Permission denied
SocketPlugin: ignoring unknown option 'SO_REUSEPORT'


Also, it doesn't work at all with my workhorse VM. -- seems that the
changes have led to incompatibilities, I'd like to be able to make a
custom tuned VM with all the compiler switches maxed out. =P

Last time I was playing with croquet, I was having trouble communicating
with in-world objects, Apparently I have to send a special "simon sez"
prefix to each of the commands otherwise it only shows up on my local
machine.

Obviously Open Croquet is in desperate need of a starfleet regulation 3D
chess set. =P

Anyone could cobble together the board in SecondLife but the scripting
would be a MEGA PAIN.

Squeak obviously has the scripting down cold... The problem is with the
basic 3D authoring and communicating with the router...

What should I do next?


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Re: Cobalt sky versus blue sky

waufrepi III
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playing around with this image and that image. but when I open up my clean cobalt it always seems to go to the default dark sky. cant to seem to make it day locally. crappy

On 3/24/08, PAUL SHELDON <[hidden email]> wrote:

--- Eugen Leitl <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 08:03:05AM -0700, PAUL
> SHELDON wrote:
>
> > Now I get it, cobalt blue is dark blue!
>
> http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=cobalt+blue
> http://images.google.com/images?q=cobalt+glass
>

Thank you, Eugen.

"Cobalt blue" is an English compound word I suspect
not in
translation dictionaries or even reflected in other
languages.

Sure is a beautiful blue; always liked it.

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Re: Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Julian Lombardi
Just change the name of the file(s) that the skybox calls to whatever you what in the contents folder.

On Apr 19, 2008, at 11:29 AM, waufrepi III wrote:
playing around with this image and that image. but when I open up my clean cobalt it always seems to go to the default dark sky. cant to seem to make it day locally. crappy

On 3/24/08, PAUL SHELDON <[hidden email]> wrote:

--- Eugen Leitl <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 08:03:05AM -0700, PAUL
> SHELDON wrote:
>
> > Now I get it, cobalt blue is dark blue!
>
> http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=cobalt+blue
> http://images.google.com/images?q=cobalt+glass
>

Thank you, Eugen.

"Cobalt blue" is an English compound word I suspect
not in
translation dictionaries or even reflected in other
languages.

Sure is a beautiful blue; always liked it.


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Re: Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Paul Sheldon-2
OK. Little box on system browser upper left clicked got find class menu item. I am counting the faces of the box; aha ain&#39;t no bottom to the sky.

I think somehow the code is concatenating SkyboxROV to get stuff cobalt blue. Those texture files are cobalt blue and hard for less to see.

iPhone doesn&#39;t show yahoo web mail save as draft option and all might be clear now when I reread Julian, but I&#39;d  lose my gestalts here, if any.

Sorry, but aged mom is adamant.

Julian Lombardi wrote:
> Just change the name of the file(s) that the skybox calls to whatever you what in the contents folder. On Apr 19, 2008, at 11:29 AM, waufrepi III wrote: playing around with this image and that image. but when I open up my clean cobalt it always seems to go to the default dark sky. cant to seem to make it day locally. crappy On 3/24/08, PAUL SHELDON < [hidden email] > wrote:  --- Eugen Leitl < [hidden email] > wrote:  > On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 08:03:05AM -0700, PAUL > SHELDON wrote: > > > Now I get it, cobalt blue is dark blue! > > http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=cobalt+blue > http://images.google.com/images?q=cobalt+glass > Thank you, Eugen.  "Cobalt blue" is an English compound word I suspect not in translation dictionaries or even reflected in other languages.  Sure is a beautiful blue; always liked it.  ------------------------------- Julian Lombardi, Ph.D. Assistant Vice President Duke University¬†Office of Information Technology 334
 Blackwell Street, Suite 1107 Durham, North Carolina 27701 USA +1.919.323.5016

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Re: Cobalt sky versus blue sky

Paul Sheldon-2
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OK. Little box on system browser upper left clicked got find class menu item. I am counting the faces of the box; aha ain&#39;t no bottom to the sky.

I think somehow the code is concatenating SkyboxROV to get stuff cobalt blue. Those texture files are cobalt blue and hard for less to see.

iPhone doesn&#39;t show yahoo web mail save as draft option and all might be clear now when I reread Julian, but I&#39;d  lose my gestalts here, if any.

Sorry, but aged mom is adamant.

Julian Lombardi wrote:
> Just change the name of the file(s) that the skybox calls to whatever you what in the contents folder. On Apr 19, 2008, at 11:29 AM, waufrepi III wrote: playing around with this image and that image. but when I open up my clean cobalt it always seems to go to the default dark sky. cant to seem to make it day locally. crappy On 3/24/08, PAUL SHELDON < [hidden email] > wrote:  --- Eugen Leitl < [hidden email] > wrote:  > On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 08:03:05AM -0700, PAUL > SHELDON wrote: > > > Now I get it, cobalt blue is dark blue! > > http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=cobalt+blue > http://images.google.com/images?q=cobalt+glass > Thank you, Eugen.  "Cobalt blue" is an English compound word I suspect not in translation dictionaries or even reflected in other languages.  Sure is a beautiful blue; always liked it.  ------------------------------- Julian Lombardi, Ph.D. Assistant Vice President Duke University¬†Office of Information Technology 334
 Blackwell Street, Suite 1107 Durham, North Carolina 27701 USA +1.919.323.5016