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lembi2001



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12th December, 2008 at 01:10:22 -

Ever wanted to play a really bad prank on anyone?? I have created the ultimate prank for computer illetrates:

http://lembi2001.googlepages.com/Debugger.exe

run it and see what you all think!!

 
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12th December, 2008 at 01:44:18 -

If any of you is foolhardy enough to try it, tell us what it does. That is, if your computer survives.

 

  		
  		

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12th December, 2008 at 09:16:42 -

Lol google chrome wars that it could be a harmful file

Either way it's just an app that fakes a bluescreen and pretends to format your c drive.

 
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12th December, 2008 at 10:44:54 -

This reminds me of a really lame thing I made ages ago

http://download274.mediafire.com/oeojztefeuhg/2lxuu2znzyj/BLOWUP.exe

I'm warning you now, this might annoy people.

 
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12th December, 2008 at 15:22:58 -

Ah, fake blue screen, eh? I made one of those awhile back... I wrote a LONG list of random errors (they were quite humorous) and had the computer read it. I took that recording, made a fast version and a slow version, and played all three at once. I displayed the error list in white on a blue background and made a particle effect that shot sparks out of a crack in the screen. Then I had the screen flash at random intervals and play random sound effects like a phone ringing, an electric zap, etc. Then, if you left it on for 10 minutes, it would "shut off" and show that weird white effect that you see when you turn off a television. I was kinda proud of it...

 

  		
  		

lembi2001



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12th December, 2008 at 15:53:19 -

Mine isn't that elaborate!! It fake BSOD's and then loads fake dos with a fake format c: command. pressing any key will result in your c: drive being "formatted" (it actually reads your HDD size)

the fonts are wrong but what are "raster fonts"?? the font is referred to as this in the properties of cmd.

 
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12th December, 2008 at 15:55:13 -

Rasterized graphics are pixel graphics. Ever notice how the system font doesn't resize well? Modern fonts aren't so much pixels as they are lines, so they can be resized well.

 

  		
  		

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14th December, 2008 at 02:00:38 -

Those are called vectorized fonts. They are not stored as bitmaps, but rather as relatively-positioned lines and points like in the flash and svg formats.

 
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