Posted in EpicTable Development, Screenshots on September 22, 2009 at 12:56 am
Woohoo! EpicTable is unexpectedly awash in pieces of eight!
Along the way to finishing the “Arrange” (i.e., z-order) context menu for the tabletop, I introduced a short-lived but extravagant bug. One of the things you can do with objects on the tabletop is duplicate them. Last night, you could duplicate them…a lot. Imagine my surprise to see pieces of eight spilling out across the tabletop. By the time I stopped it, I had more than 9,000 coins on the tabletop! They were multiplying like tribbles.
Now, if I could just figure out how to do this on my physical tabletop….
Here’s a shot of the current context menu for Arrange with a sufficiently tamed Duplicate function. To the folks from the forum who have weighed in on this, let me know what you think. I’ve not forever ruled out something more elaborate, but my thinking is that this is sufficient for version 1.
Credits and Sources: Background texture and Pieces of eight from iStockphoto.