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RAWR-Designs / Re: Website Down
« on: September 06, 2012, 01:14:06 PM »
Another server declared dead. is being hosted on server #06 now. Hopefully this one will last longer, haha.

RAWR-Designs / Re: Website Down
« on: July 23, 2012, 06:46:28 AM »
Hello! is back online. The server kept shutting itself down because of the overheating-prevention system or something like that. My vacuum cleaner did the job apparently, as the server has been running for the past couple of days now.

Hey djpasch,

Could you try this version:


If you report back with positive results, i'll make it public.

- Richard

Hey djpasch,

I have thought about it and it is indeed true that every image is generated even if they are not being replaced. This is a small design flaw. The main reason behind it is because you can use %new-height% etc for the filename, the application does not know the new height until the image has been converted. After the new name has been generated using the info it got from the file conversion process, it does the check if it already exists.

I can imagine this not being a problem for 20 images, but in your situation it can become a very slow process.

I will look into it and post back with a solution.


RAWR-Designs / Re: Flash Player?
« on: May 30, 2009, 10:32:04 AM »

RAWR-Player itself does not support a playlist. For this reason we made it so that after each file the current preview box gets closed and the a new box containing the next song gets opened.

Tricking the box by, after song 1 has finished, changing the contents so that the flash player gets respawned with song 2 will not work. As soon as the second song finishes, it will reopen the second song because the script thinks the first song just finished (because of its position) and in turn replays the file.

In short: untill the rawr-player supports a playlist, it cannot be done the easy way.

Hmm.. What SilentPliz said is a very good example, they may both have 4 legs (work, feel, look quite the same) but they are totally different animals (different template engines). I'm not sure, but my guess would be that application 'XYZ' as you call it has its own template engine. If that's the case, it would require a total rewrite of the template.

The templates as they are now are roughly 25% layout and 75% codes that would only work with the template engine of HFS. So you are basically asking us to rewrite that 75% of the template to make it work with an application we have never heard / worked with.

 ::) Talking about a huge favor.

Anyway, some more information about 'XYZ' would be nice ;D.

Make sure you clear your browser cache and delete your cookies. See if they then still collapse by default.

Because that javascript file is the only thing that could possibly collapse these things by default, there is nothing else that handles their appearance.


Browse to your local template folder and open the subdirectory called `code`. Open and modify the `terayon_main.js` file.

If you scroll down a bit, you will see the following section:

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//Set module state according to cookie.
if (showSlideshow == true) gEBI("SlideShowLink").style.display = "";
if (getCookie("ModuleTable")=="pinned") hideShow("ModuleTable");
if (getCookie("ShoutBox")!="normal") hideShow("ShoutBox");
if (getCookie("ServerStatistics")!="normal") hideShow("ServerStatistics");
if (getCookie("ServerTraffic")=="pinned") hideShow("ServerTraffic");
if (getCookie("FolderOptions")=="pinned") hideShow("FolderOptions");

Change the code accordingly:
- If a line contains !="normal", it will be hidden by default.
- If a line contains =="pinned", it will be displayed by default.

So in your case change all the lines to =="pinned".

RAWR-Designs / Re: - Online!!
« on: April 06, 2009, 12:15:46 PM »
Phew.. Just made a call to America with my 'oh so perfect' spoken english. is back online ;D

The main reason:
We had a folder called 'archive' located at the root of our domain filled with files. AND THATS EVIL!! :O YOU MAY NOT PUT A FOLDER CALLED ARCHIVE IN THE ROOT!! :O:O (no really, you may not, they will suspend your account for it)

They did not see or understand how they could be accessed from the outside world. And therefore, without warning, thought it would be funny to suspend our domain. >_>
Well thank you ;D for warning us beforehand and for giving us a time limit to remove / rename / delete it before disabling our domain!! really appreciated ;D


Anyway, its back up.

RAWR-Designs / Re: Help needed: Shoutbox
« on: January 19, 2009, 04:48:28 PM »
Tho i have not tested this code, it 'should' work.

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<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/template/code/tog_main.css"/>
<body onload="window.scrollTo(0,99999)" id="msgBody">
<form name="shout" action="/template/shoutbox/process_posts/" method="post" id="msgForm">
<input type="text" name="user" size="17" maxlength="30" value="{.if|%user%|%user%|{.!lv_guest.}.}" class="formInput"  onclick="if(this.value=='{.!lv_guest.}')this.value=''"/><br/>
<input type="text" name="msg" size="17" maxlength="150" value="{.!lv_msg.}" class="formInput" id="msgInput" title="{.!lv_smileys.}: :) :D ;D ;) :S :$ :P :o :'( :( (h)" onclick="if(this.value=='{.!lv_msg.}')this.value=''"/><br/>
<input type="submit" value="{.!lv_shout.}" id="msgSubmit"/>

RAWR-Designs / Re: Thumbnail Generator Question
« on: January 12, 2009, 02:05:57 PM »
Ok, my bad :P i totally misunderstood what you wanted in the first place. If i'm correct, all your settings are saved correctly but the original image locations are not saved. This is what you want, right?

Ehmm.. You can't 'save' the location of the original images using the 'Save Settings' button. What you CAN do, is launching the application with special parameters.

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TPGen.exe -folders="E:\data\images","F:\more data\more images"

Use absolute paths to folders you want to get converted; seperate multiple folders by a comma.

If you dont know how to launch an application with special parameters, follow the next few steps:

- Drag the main executable ("TPGen.exe") with your RIGHT mousebutton to an empty spot in the same folder as where it is located.
- Select "Create shortcut here"
- Right click the generated shortcut and select properties
- Append the following text in the "Target" inputfield: -folders="Path to folder1","Path to folder2"

RAWR-Designs / Re: Thumbnail Generator Question
« on: January 10, 2009, 03:22:35 PM »


Ok it seems to save the settings. The only thing its not saving is the folder/subfolder location. I have to add it everytime I run TPGen.

Strange, i just tested it here and it saves the changes perfectly.. Anyway, what you could try to solve your problems is to modify the setting file directly.

Open the .ini file that contains your settings. You'll see 2 sections named [Thumbnails] and [Previews], they both contain "NameScheme =" and "OutputFolder = ". Modify those values and save the file. The next time you load the .ini file in the TPGen, it should apply your changes.

RAWR-Designs / Re: Thumbnail Generator Question
« on: January 09, 2009, 04:09:02 PM »
It's not supposed to be greyed out all the times. It's only supposed to grey out when:
- You just loaded a setting file
- Have not made any changes to the settings
- Recently saved your changes

One thing that should definitely work:

Create a new setting file by pressing the 'new' button at the welcome tab
Give it a name and save the file to your disk
Make sure the newly created setting is selected and loaded and start changing the settings
Now press the "Save Settings" button

If it is still greyed out, please say so

HTML & templates / Re: Needed Help on the [newfile] coding...
« on: January 09, 2009, 03:55:17 PM »
The Terayon template has this feature built-in, but this feature is disabled by default by HFS.

To enable this feature, go to Menu -> Virtual File System -> Flag files added recently. Enter a value in minutes for long you want a file to keep the 'NEW' flag.

RAWR-Designs / Re: Help appreciated on JavaScript, RAWR player and more...
« on: December 18, 2008, 02:56:47 AM »
Creating external .js files is easy.

Create a new empty .js file, place all the code you want to have external in the .js file and save it (This excludes the <script> tag)

Place the following code in the <head> section of your page: <script type='text/javascript' src='/location/of/file.js'></script>

As for the RAWR player, i also suggest as TSG said: Use one of our templates and modify it to your own needs. It's just a lot of work to adapt the javascript we made to work with other templates.

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