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This year’s Game Off theme is LEAPS AND BOUNDS.

You’re welcome to interpret the theme however you wish, but if you need some ideas to kickstart your creativity, maybe your game could:

  • Make your character evolve to overcome challenges
  • Add obstacles to test your hero’s ability to leap into action
  • Deduct points for anything going out of bounds
  • Duck, dip, dive, and dodge an enemy that’s changing or moving rapidly
  • Take place in the year 2020, the next leap year

Let your imagination run wild and create a game loosely-based or inspired by that theme using whatever game engines, libraries or languages you prefer before December 1st, 13:37 PT.

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HsunGong commented Sep 20, 2019


0 准备

如图1,在任务栏小图标中点击启动HTTP代理``开启代理。 如果成功,第一行启动HTTP代理`会打√。

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1 使用全局模式


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akien-mga commented Oct 24, 2019

We have a lot of inconsistency in the current codebase on how we name boolean setters and getters, and especially those we expose to the scripting API.

We should aim at fixing that for 4.0, breaking compatibility where needed. Related to #16863.

Current uses are of the form:

bool stuff = false;

void set_stuff(p_enable);
void set_stuff(p_enabled);
void set_stuff_enabled(p_enable
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skatcat31 commented Oct 11, 2018


So our function arrayToHtmlList is in a pretty bad space and could use an update. We already had some discussion over at #675 but I wanted to move the update discussion over to an issue for more visibility.

Current problem:

It uses an awkward query selector instead of the `document.prototype.getElementBy

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