Hi Jason,

Well, one of the games I eventually want to create as part of my open
source cross-platform initiative is a football game. Perhaps when I
write it you can modify it and make a CFL version, a college version,
or what ever you want to do.

Smile.


On 4/17/11, jason <kb3...@verizon.net> wrote:
> It's too bad we couldn't alter the NFL game meaning putting in new
> sounds if we wanted custom sounds, making up our own teams just like you
> do in baseball I know you can insirt new players in the txt file but you
> can't change the team names, also I was hoping if someone can create a
> CFL known as the Canadian Football League, game just like Kitchen's NFL
> because I am a fan of the CFL as well and I like how you have to run 60
> yards before going down the other end of the field again, I also like
> when you only get 3 tries to make a first down or scoring a chip shot
> meaning if you hit the right upright you score 2 points if you hit the
> left upright then you score 1 point, and if the ball goes down straight
> down the middle you score 3 points just little features like that.  Also
> I would also like penalties in this game as well just thought I would
> put in my suggestions I hope an NCAA college football game can be
> created as well.
>
> On 4/16/2011 9:27 PM, Thomas Ward wrote:
>> Hi Shaun,
>>
>> That's not going to resolve the problem. I've got the latest VB 6
>> libs, and still get a runtime error 13. I've already explained what
>> causes that error. It is caused by passing a value to a variable when
>> it is the wrong datatype.
>>
>> My guess here is since Jim doesn't use datatyping himself what he did
>> is passed a value to a variable such as an integer like 5, and then
>> later tried to pass an incompatible datatype like a float, double,
>> string, etc to that variable later on and the program blows up. The
>> variable in question currently is asigned an integer value or
>> something like that, and has only reserved enough memory for an
>> integer value, and he tried to reasign it after it was asigned a
>> different datatype and the runtime basically comes back saying
>> "Ummm...This ain't legal code dude!"
>>
>> On 4/16/11, shaun everiss<sm.ever...@gmail.com>  wrote:
>>> maybe you need the latest vb6sp5  libs from ms they should still
>>> exist somewhere.
>>> I know the dxvb stuff is loaded by jim's setup and this shouldn't
>>> happen on older oses.
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