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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Mon Jun 20 02:23:36 UTC 2011 Added new TWIST.
AlmogAlmog

2011/6/20

Can You publish the source?
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Mon Jun 20 22:03:42 UTC 2011 Undated to open source.
LildarkoneLildarkone

2011/6/21

This is so awesome
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Wed Jun 22 02:54:15 UTC 2011 Make code easier. Plotting points on only one object.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Jun 24 05:13:41 UTC 2011 Added status. More precision (5 times more images) Added rate changer (to compensate for extra keystrokes)
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Jun 24 22:34:40 UTC 2011 Shows status and is now more user friendly!
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Jun 24 23:00:13 UTC 2011 Minor adjustment to zoom.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Jun 24 23:28:22 UTC 2011 Twice as many images! AGAIN! (above the five times more, previously)
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Jun 24 23:37:51 UTC 2011 Twice as many images! AGAIN! (above the five times more, previously)
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sat Jun 25 03:41:01 UTC 2011 Ten times more images than before! PLUS: New mouse functions!
danpostdanpost

2011/6/29

Think you have found a neat image? Leave a comment with coordinates and parameter values and, if worthy, I will post that location with your name!
LildarkoneLildarkone

2011/6/30

Gravity -390 Contortion 3 - -7 Zoom 0 - 35 Change Contortion back and forth from 3 to -7
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Jul 03 04:01:26 UTC 2011 New feature: STRETCH. Plus: Ten times more precision than before (AGAIN)
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Jul 21 02:12:36 UTC 2011 New feature: Fold! Plus, you can take a picture (snapshot) of displayed images. Also, source code is now available.
danpostdanpost

2011/7/21

Need to fix filename of output files (does not include fold value).
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Jul 21 03:14:42 UTC 2011 New factor: FOLD! Plus, source now available. New feature: Snapshot (save images to file [.png]).
danpostdanpost

2011/7/21

Filename fixed!
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Nov 20 03:36:29 UTC 2011 Added more zoom, more range, and ANOTHER way to change it. Also, full control without function keys.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Nov 20 04:00:28 UTC 2011 Adjusted filename of saved images to account for new parameter.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Sun Nov 20 04:38:18 UTC 2011 Added ANOTHER way to change the image. Also, made fully functional without the use of function keys.
DutaDuta

2012/3/9

Nice work! I love fractals - I'd never thought about trying to put them into Greenfoot though! Good job
nachocabnachocab

2012/7/27

Nice simulation! I will use it in my courses
MatheMagicianMatheMagician

2012/10/7

I love it! Could I use it as an image in my textured cube scenario?
danpostdanpost

2012/10/8

@MatheMagician, you may indeed. The scenario is open source, so just download it. While running, if you see an image you like, just press "i" or "I" and the image will automatically save within the scenario folder. I also have an uploaded 'Kaleidoscope' scenario which is a take-off of this one. Have fun.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Nov 15 21:43:30 UTC 2012 Edited long description for the scenario.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Thu Nov 15 21:44:15 UTC 2012 Edited scenario icon and long description.
..hehhe..its amazing=))hahah..
Nosson1459Nosson1459

2016/10/21

Nice, but quite slow, it will probably be easier to change the numbers in the source code.
danpostdanpost

2016/10/21

@Nosson1459, it is not so bad if you use the letter keys to get near the value then use the number keys (and spacebar) to finalize (which is not necessary for the values in my user icon).
Nosson1459Nosson1459

2016/10/21

I agree it's not so bad I just didn't look at it so much. What do you mean use the letter keys?
Nosson1459Nosson1459

2016/10/21

in discussions you told me "Zoom: 80" by Fractal Fun (above) it says "Zoom: 85"
danpostdanpost

2016/10/21

@Nosson1459, I probably updated the description before deciding on a slight variant for my icon. The controls screen (before starting the scenario) states that you can use the letter keys to perform quicker changes in values (10* for zoom and 20* for parameters -- shift for increase and no shift for decrease).
Nosson1459Nosson1459

2016/10/21

aha I figured out the z, g, and shift but I have to wait a long time after I press one of them
Nosson1459Nosson1459

2016/10/21

edit: ahha. I figured out...
Im new to greenfoot and I need help. I'm making a bullet hell game and I want to create patterns but I don't know how to make a bullet clone itself. This is what I have: [code] Public class bullet extends enemy { Public void act() { Int patternChoice = greenfoot.getRandomNumber(3); If ( patternChoice = 1) { for (int i = 1; i < 361; i++) { [/code] Pattern 1 is going to be a simple spiral that turns 360 degrees. Please tell me what I do!
danpostdanpost

2017/6/10

@8BITBOSSGAMES, please start a discussion thread on your issue and give a detailed explanation of what you want your bullet(s) to do.
danpostdanpost

2017/6/10

@8BITBOSSGAMES, I am sorry as I see you have done that (at least the first part of it).
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on 2018-02-02 18:37:49 UTC
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on 2018-02-02 18:44:16 UTC
danpostdanpost

2018/2/2

HTML5 takes way too long to calculate each image. Legacy version much better (or downloaded version).