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Posted on 2002-07-10
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CEHJ,
How Much Time You Have Into This?
Shall I Send More Points?
Thanks Again
ottob
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Well is there anything more you'd like to do with this?
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by:ottob
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Yes I Have Droped NIO
And I Am Working On A HTML/JS/J/Perl Version Of Risk For My Personal Use.
You Can See My Progress At:
how-2.com/risk
There Used To Be On At www.borak.es/risk But Is Is Long Gone Hasbro Has Made A Formal Request To The Creator/Opperator To Take It Down, Or They Would Take Legal Action.
I On The Other Hand Feel That Having The Game On My Shelf Is Enough For Me To Seekout Opponents Via The Internet.
I Will Go About Making Boardgame Ownership Verification For Players When I'm Not There, But When I Am, So Is My Shelved Game Board. As Far As Hasbro Is Concerned They Will Tell Me To Take It Down Once, And When I Tell Why I Won't They Will Not Fight Me.
Sorry To Chew Your Ear.
Play Any Online Games?
I Play TA / TAUIP 2.1 / TAUCP1.8, Star Craft, And Am A Servier Amature At Descent 3.

Did You Know Your Applet Would Execute A Perl Script Without Refreshing Or Redirection.
The Whole Purpose Reason For The Applet Is Just To Get Info From The Server Without Activating That Anoying Hour Glass. Sending Info From The Java Scripts And Or Forms Is Not An Issue Because Most Are Mouse Clicks And Its Expected. As For The Hour Glass In The Middle Will Set Off Unnessessary Alarms. And I So Tried Asscessing A Cgi.pl?info=testing And It Sends The Info And Even Retrieves Anything Sent Back Without Even Refreshing.

Thanks Again
If You Like When I'm Done I Will Inform You.
PS I'll Put You In The Credits If You Like.
Otto
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