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My new pardus tool

on Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:17 pm
The image that is in my signature was a pain to make for me, so i decided to automate it.
It turns out that for me php is easier than gimp.
The tool is almost done (currently showing ribbons up to solar banshee, other robbons to follow)

mine looks like that:


Everyone can use it. here is how:

It generates jpeg image, so it can be used in [img] tags regardles of having .php at end instead of .jpg
The advantage of this solution is: You can set it as forum signature once, and it will change automaticly (even on old posts, i think) as you gain new ranks.


The address is:
Code:
http://sajmon313.hostit.pl/pardus/pardus.php?u=artemis&id=160362&col=6&skip=1
Where:

Code:
u=artemis
Can be changed to orion or pegasus

Code:
id=160362
player id.
Note that ribbons must be set to "visivble for everyone". Visible for logged in users will not work, as my server has to connect to pardus site and get the profile page.
And i do not want to get into requiering username and password.

Code:
col=6
Number of columns
Thats cool, because you can have it look like in profile (15 columns), or vertical (1 or 2) or anything else.

Code:
skip=1
If that is set, if you have no ribbon for some npc, it wil be skipped,
Otherwise, there will be empty space where should be a ribbon
You can leave thgis option out of url if you do not want this.

It is now complete with all NPCs that give ribbons, in correct order, including locusts
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Re: My new pardus tool

on Sun Mar 03, 2013 11:54 pm
nice...

your skip=1 bit... I tried deleting, and it came up all jumbled up in a mess, so I put it back in, and works alright... so not sure what went on there... or do I have to delete the & as well? so delete '&skip=1'

good work Smile
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Re: My new pardus tool

on Mon Mar 04, 2013 3:22 pm
Jimmy wrote:nice...

your skip=1 bit... I tried deleting, and it came up all jumbled up in a mess, so I put it back in, and works alright... so not sure what went on there... or do I have to delete the & as well? so delete '&skip=1'

good work Smile

Yes. & is separator of parameters, so you put it between parameters.

The example without skip it should look like that:
Code:
http://sajmon313.hostit.pl/pardus/pardus.php?u=artemis&id=160362&col=6
There will be huge black spaces between ribbons if you dont have much of them.
It is good idea to use more columns when not using skip, otherwise the resulting image will be very high
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