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Friday February 15, 2002
11:08 AM

Perlyroids

[ #2888 ]

If you like antique arcade games, Perl, and SVG, you most certainly want to check out Perlyroids.

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  • Crashes as soon as I hit "P" on my Win2k system.
    • Well, I didn't make that game, and that behaviour certainly is strange.

      Which browser + plugin version ?

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      -- Robin Berjon [berjon.com]

      • IE 6. Not sure about the plugin version (and which plugin - flash?)

        Gives me a runtime error.

        • IE6 ought to be ok. The plugin version can normally be gotten by hitting right-click on the plugin space and choosing "About" or something like that.

          And, no, definitely not the Flash plugin. The SVG plugin (most probably the Adobe SVG viewer in your case). Adobe ships their plugin with all of their software, so it's possible you have a version with, say, Acrobat 5. But they started a little too early and some people got version 2 instead of version 3. You can grab it from http://www.adobe.com/sgv/.

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          -- Robin Berjon [berjon.com]

          • Heh - that worked. Thanks.

            Minor correction to anyone following this thread. The correct link is:

            http://www.adobe.com/svg/