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tarsisd2
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Old 12-18-2017 , 15:06   Re: Motd with snow effect, i'ts possible?
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MOTD has a limited characters count (iirc 1536)

Place html file in your web and in MOTD type link to your html file i.e. alliedmods.net/snow.html
that was the first thing i did, didn't work, on the webpage works fine, but on the motd the effect freezes, tried every code i could find
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Old 12-20-2017 , 03:04   Re: Motd with snow effect, i'ts possible?
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edit: i will ask the guys in rehlds development if it is possible to implement javascript in motd since they are bringing a lot of new stuff, i might go back using in the future
It is client-side, so it can't be fixed on the server-side.
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Old 12-20-2017 , 11:56   Re: Motd with snow effect, i'ts possible?
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A better suggestion: HTML5?
I doubt it does even render that.


However keep in mind that the game is pretty old, and so is its in-game "browser" (unless it is using an external browser), and there is a lot of unsupported code.
But I really have no clue what MODT does to render the web content.

On the other hand, I think that in my code there is something missing, which is automatically filled on current new browsers, but which was required back then.
(hence the warning you see on some pages "Some features of the website are not supported on your browser")

However, if you need more info, put this in ur motd http://myip.nl/ , take a screenshot, (hide sensitive info if you want) and post it here.

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Old 12-20-2017 , 13:32   Re: Motd with snow effect, i'ts possible?
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I doubt it does even render that.


However keep in mind that the game is pretty old, and so is its in-game "browser" (unless it is using an external browser), and there is a lot of unsupported code.
But I really have no clue what MODT does to render the web content.

On the other hand, I think that in my code there is something missing, which is automatically filled on current new browsers, but which was required back then.
(hence the warning you see on some pages "Some features of the website are not supported on your browser")

However, if you need more info, put this in ur motd http://myip.nl/ , take a screenshot, (hide sensitive info if you want) and post it here.
I must do some testing. I don't know if game has it's own poor browser or it uses the default internet browser to load stuff. Passing through a simple browser to a more advanced one may could be a huge update. Well I don't think that this can be done, since Gaben refused to upload the source of VALVe project. AMXX is a huge game changer. But still cannot support such in deep stuff like unlimited chars for motd and a quicker reaction to onclick event and sort of stuff.
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Old 12-26-2017 , 23:34   Re: Motd with snow effect, i'ts possible?
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I doubt it does even render that.


However keep in mind that the game is pretty old, and so is its in-game "browser" (unless it is using an external browser), and there is a lot of unsupported code.
But I really have no clue what MODT does to render the web content.

On the other hand, I think that in my code there is something missing, which is automatically filled on current new browsers, but which was required back then.
(hence the warning you see on some pages "Some features of the website are not supported on your browser")

However, if you need more info, put this in ur motd http://myip.nl/ , take a screenshot, (hide sensitive info if you want) and post it here.

look what i did with gif and some simple css, i will create something better when i have more free time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYdiVW6HiiE
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Old 12-27-2017 , 09:54   Re: Motd with snow effect, i'ts possible?
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<iframe>link to the file</iframe>
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Old 12-27-2017 , 20:23   Re: Motd with snow effect, i'ts possible?
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look what i did with gif and some simple css, i will create something better when i have more free time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYdiVW6HiiE
Creativity at its finest xD

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