Done.muzik wrote: ↑July 4th, 2024, 7:50 amCould the PCA icons be made to use the "just died" colour for unoccupied triangles, as to not create holes in regions where cells existed before:
...as well as made to follow the active theme (so that north = state 1 colour, east = state 2, south = state 4, west = state 8, and empty = just died colour)?
Pattern viewer for forum threads
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Icons should be sharper now.muzik wrote: ↑July 6th, 2024, 7:43 amI also find that icons appear blurry, even at integer zoom levels, which is not the case in Golly.Code: Select all
x = 5, y = 6, rule = LangtonsAnt 2.2A$.A.H$A3.A$A3.A$.F.A$.2A! [[ ICONS ZOOM 32 ]]
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Can confirm, although they still seem fuzzy at 64x (I'd expect things to be sharper since we could just scale up the 32x icons by a factor of two).rowett wrote: ↑July 9th, 2024, 3:01 amIcons should be sharper now.muzik wrote: ↑July 6th, 2024, 7:43 amI also find that icons appear blurry, even at integer zoom levels, which is not the case in Golly.Code: Select all
x = 5, y = 6, rule = LangtonsAnt 2.2A$.A.H$A3.A$A3.A$.F.A$.2A! [[ ICONS ZOOM 32 ]]
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The icons use image smoothing which I prefer.
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Grid lines now line up with the icon positions.
In some cases there may be slight differences in cell positioning between the default renderer and the icon renderer.
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There's a toggle button labeled "Icon" toward the top right of LifeViewer. It's greyed out but still there if the rule doesn't have an @ICONS section, from the looks of it.wirehead wrote: ↑July 10th, 2024, 10:04 pmSorry if this is documented somewhere, but I cannot, for the life of me, find the button to toggle the icons on/off. It would make sense to put it under something like the "Display" menu, but I don't know where the control for icons is. Where is it (if it even exists)?
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[facepalm]dvgrn wrote: ↑July 10th, 2024, 10:31 pmThere's a toggle button labeled "Icon" toward the top right of LifeViewer.wirehead wrote: ↑July 10th, 2024, 10:04 pmSorry if this is documented somewhere, but I cannot, for the life of me, find the button to toggle the icons on/off. It would make sense to put it under something like the "Display" menu, but I don't know where the control for icons is. Where is it (if it even exists)?
Thank you.
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Settings > Clipboard > External Sync
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Done.
You can also toggle Icon display with Alt+I.dvgrn wrote: ↑July 10th, 2024, 10:31 pmThere's a toggle button labeled "Icon" toward the top right of LifeViewer. It's greyed out but still there if the rule doesn't have an @ICONS section, from the looks of it.wirehead wrote: ↑July 10th, 2024, 10:04 pmSorry if this is documented somewhere, but I cannot, for the life of me, find the button to toggle the icons on/off. It would make sense to put it under something like the "Display" menu, but I don't know where the control for icons is. Where is it (if it even exists)?
In Golly, icons are defined to be one row and column smaller than the cell size. For example at 32x zoom the icons are 31x31.
In LifeViewer at noninteger zooms you will get scaling artifacts.
No and no.
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This is a massive improvement although I'm also noticing that there are gaps between the left and right edges of oscillators and the edges of the period map that wouldn't exist on squaregrid period maps. Also, in the following case, the gap is bigger on the left side compared to the right side. I assume this is something that can't reasonably be solved until we figure out hexagonal selection shapes and such?
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x = 14, y = 3, rule = B2o4p56/S2p34o56H
ob4ob4obo$14o$bob4ob4obo!
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x = 3, y = 3, rule = B3/S0H
bo$o$2bo!
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x = 2, y = 4, rule = /2ae/2
o$bo$bo$o!
[[ GRID THEME Inverse LAYERS 10 HISTORYSTATES 0 AGESTATES 0 ]]
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x = 2, y = 4, rule = /2ae/3
o$bo$bo$o!
[[ GRID THEME Inverse LAYERS 10 HISTORYSTATES 0 AGESTATES 0 ]]
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x = 4, y = 2, rule = B45/S34L
4o$o2bo!
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x = 4, y = 2, rule = R4,C2,S,B6,NL
b3o$b3o!
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x = 3, y = 3, rule = B3/S3H
o$b2o$bo!
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x = 4, y = 3, rule = LangtonsAnt
B2A$A2.A$.2AD!
[[ ICONS ZOOM 32 ]]
Here's another demonstration of the case where gaps exist between the left and right on hexagonal period maps, showing it still happens when zoomed out too far for the grid:
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x = 58, y = 23, rule = B2o3o4m56/S2m3o4o56H
b2o41b2o$o3bo38bo3bo$b4o39b4o$2bobo40bobo$3b2o41b2o14$10b2o41b2o$10bo
bo40bobo$10b4o39b4o$10bo3bo38bo3bo$12b2o41b2o!
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x = 3, y = 3, rule = B2/SH
o$2bo$bo!
[[ COLOR GRID Black COLOR BACKGROUND #eeeeee ]]
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This now seems far laggier than it previously was when icons were first implemented, but I'll need to check this on other devices as well.rowett wrote: ↑July 3rd, 2024, 8:03 amCode: Select all
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Yes I switched image scaling to "high". It didn't have much impact on my desktop but has certainly had a dramatic performance hit on mobile.
I'm currently working on a new renderer. I'll see if it's any better.
EDIT: The new renderer is deployed in build 1162:
 Improved performance on mobile
 Preservation of blank right column and bottom row
 More accurate use of different icon sizes specified
 Remove Icon display for Zooms < 8x
It would need to be done on the LifeWiki rule repository.AlbertArmStain wrote: ↑July 12th, 2024, 9:27 pmCan the states in Nobili32 be recolored to match the similar rules like vonNeumann29 or Hutton32?
No.
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x = 8, y = 10, rule = R3,C2,S57,B57,NW0000000202020000000002010200000000020202000000000
6o$6o$2o4b2o$2o4b2o$2o$2o$2o$2o$2b2o2b2o$2b2o2b2o!
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x = 6, y = 6, rule = R3,C2,S57,B57,NW0000000002020200000000020102000000000202020000000
6o$6o$2o$2o$2b2o$2b2o!
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x = 20, y = 16, rule = R5,C2,S57,B57,NW0000000000000000000000002000200020000000000000000000000000000000000020001000200000000000000000000000000000000000200020002
4b4o$4b4o$4b4o$4b4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o12b4o$4o12b4o$4o12b4o$4o12b4o$16o$16o
$16o$16o!
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x = 12, y = 12, rule = R5,C2,S57,B57,NW0000000000000000000000002000200020000000000000000000000000000000000020001000200000000000000000000000000000000000200020002
4b4o$4b4o$4b4o$4b4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$12o$12o$12o$12o!
I assume that the Golly icon set for [R]History and [R]Super will not be implemented into LifeViewer in line with this post?
Also is it possible to display a "code box" on the wiki, the same way as on the forum?
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Correct.
I don't know. The code boxes on the forum are generated by the forum software. I presume something similar might be possible on the Wiki. In either case it's not a LifeViewer question.
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x = 12, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
3bo$3bo$2b3o5bo$7o2bobo$2b3o5bo$3bo$3bo!
[[ AGESTATES 1 HISTORYSTATES 1 LAYERS 10 GRID ]]

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muzik wrote: ↑July 18th, 2024, 2:03 pmThis pattern has AGESTATES set to 1 so that there are only two colors for living cells: freshly born and having survived. Why, then, does the height increase gradually with playback? Shouldn't maximum height be reached immediately at T=1 due to the surviving cells reaching their max age at this specific generation?Also, for custom rules, 1) how exactly does the fast lookup table specification work, and 2) is there any way that these tables can be saved, perhaps such that they could be added to the LifeWiki's rule pages so that LifeViewer can pull from there directly without having to generate it from an existing table or tree?Code: Select all
x = 12, y = 7, rule = B3/S23 3bo$3bo$2b3o5bo$7o2bobo$2b3o5bo$3bo$3bo! [[ AGESTATES 1 HISTORYSTATES 1 LAYERS 10 GRID ]]
2) No, LifeViewer doesn't support userdefined fast lookup tables.
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Because it looks nicer seeing the towers grow. You get the age information from the cell colour.
The fast lookup feature builds an inmemory lookup table for RuleLoader rules with a small enough combination of states and neighbours. If the lookup table is small then it's not worth saving since it's quick to generate. If the lookup table is big then it's too large to save.muzik wrote: ↑July 18th, 2024, 2:03 pmAlso, for custom rules, how exactly does the fast lookup table specification work, and is there any way that these tables can be saved, perhaps such that they could be added to the LifeWiki's rule pages so that LifeViewer can pull from there directly without having to generate it from an existing table or tree?
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Asked around on Reddit since I've still been thinking about this for a while. Here's a demo for generating a hexagonal boundary given two points  would it be sufficient for LifeViewer, or not?
https://www.desmos.com/calculator/tq2beqznnk
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x = 5, y = 5, rule = B3/S23
3b2o$2b3o$bob2o$bo$o!
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x = 5, y = 5, rule = Pulse2
3b2o$2b3o$bob2o$bo$o!
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x = 54, y = 1, rule = MAPAAD//zAwPz8AAP//MDA/PwAA//8AAP//AAD//wAA//8AAD8/AAD//wAAPz8AAP//wMD//wAA///AwP//AAD//w
54o!
[[ AUTOIDENTIFY COLOR UIBACKGROUND DeepSkyBlue ]]
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x = 156, y = 75, rule = B3/S23
146b2o5b2o$146b2o5b2o16$145b2obo3bob2o$145bo2bo3bo2bo$146b3o3b3o3$31b
2o$33bo$18b2o10b2o2bo$18b2o11bo2bo$32bobo$32b2o119b2o$153b2o$32b2o$32b
obo$18b2o11bo2bo10b2o30b2o$18b2o10b2o2bo10b2o30b2o$b2o4b3o23bo$b2o3bo
3bo20b2o$6b2ob2o$7bobo67bo$53bo2bo19bobo66bo2bo$7bobo21b4o22bo17b2ob2o
69bo$6b2ob2o19bo3bo18bo3bo16bobob3o64bo3bo$6bo3bo4b2o17bo19b4o14bob2o
2b2o66b4o$7b3o4b2o14bo2bo38bobo77b2o$16bo135bobo$154bo$86b2o34bo31b2o
$69b2o15bobo7b2o24b2o$51bo3b3o11b2o17bo7b2o23bobo$36b2o12bobo2b5o26b3o
$36b2o12bo3b2o3b2o$51bo2bo3b2o$3o5b3o41b3o3bo$o2b2ob2o2bo16bo58b3o$b3o
3b3o16b2o24b3o3bo10b2o17bo7b2o$2bo5bo17bobo22bo2bo3b2o9b2o15bobo7b2o$
36b2o12bo3b2o3b2o2b2o21b2o$36b2o12bobo2b5o3b2o$51bo3b3o52b2o$111b2o$92b
o17bo$50b2o38bo2bo$b2o5b2o42bo25b2o10b5o$b2o5b2o39b2o2bo10b2o12b2o10b
3ob2o$31bo18bo2bo10b2o25b2obo15bo3bo$30bo2bo4b2o11bobo38b2o15bo5bo9b2o
$17b2o10b5o3b2o12b2o56bo15b2o$17b2o9b2ob3o5bo52b2o15b2o3bo$29bob2o18b
2o38b2obo16b3o$30b2o19bobo24b2o10b3ob2o$50bo2bo10b2o12b2o10b5o16b3o$30b
2o17b2o2bo10b2o24bo2bo15b2o3bo$29bob2o19bo39bo16bo15b2o$17b2o9b2ob3o16b
2o57bo5bo9b2o$17b2o10b5o76bo3bo$30bo2bo$31bo!
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x = 154, y = 142, rule = B3/S23
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2o$82bob4o18b2o2bo19bo3b2o$69b2o11bobob2o18bo2b3o2b2o10b2o2bobo2b2o$70b
o12bobobobo16bo4bo2b2o10b2obo5bo$70bobo12b2obobo16b5o18b5o$71b2o3bo8b
4obo$77b2o6bo3bo17b5o18b5o$77b2o7b3o17bo4bo2b2o10b2obo5bo$66b2o5bo3bo
3bo4bo2bo16bo2b3o2b2o10b2o2bobo2b2o$71bobo3bo3b3o3b2o17b2o2bo19bo3b2o
$65bo3bo6b2o3b3o13b2o9b2o22b3o8b2o$64bo4bo6b2o4b3o11bobo44bobo$63bobo
bo5b3o4b2o14bo48bo$62bobobo7b3o3b2o13b2o48b2o$56b2o2bo4bo8b3o3bo3bobo
$56b2o2bo3bo11bo3bo3bo$70bo2bo5b2o36b2o6b2o$52bo9b2o6bo8b2o35bo2bo4bo
2bo$51bobo15bo4bo6bo3b2o29bo2bo4bo2bo$52bo15bobo2b2o10bobo28bo2bo4bo2b
o$56b3obo5b2obo17bo29b2o6b2o$55bob2ob2o25b3o7b2o$55bo5b2o27bo6bo$55b2o
5bo3bo2bo19b2o4bobo15b2o16b2o$56b2ob2obo5b2o25b2o17bo16bo$57bob3o29b3o
12b2o6bob2o10b2obo$65bo25b3o11bo2bo6bo3bo6bo3bo$64bobo38bobobo10bo4bo
$65bo3bo18b2o16bo2bo6bo3bo4bo3bo$68bobo16bobo4b2o14bo9bo4bo$60b2o6bob
o16bo6bo12bobo5bo3bo6bo3bo$60b2o4b3o2b2o13b2o7b3o16bob2o10b2obo$65b2o
2bobo8bo16bo16bo16bo$64bobob2o2bo6bobo15bob2o10b2obo16b2o$62b3obo3b2o
3bo13b2o7bo3bo6bo3bo38b2o$54b2o5bo4bob2o5bo2bo2bo4b2o2bo12bo4bo26bobo
2b2o6b3o2bo$54bobo4b2o3b2obo4bob2o7b2ob2o9bo3bo4bo3bo21bo2bo2bobo8b2o
$56bo2b2o17b2o5b2o16bo4bo9b2o15b2obo3bo4bo$47b2o6b2obobo14b2o2bo5b2o11b
o3bo6bo3bo4b2o19b2ob2o3bo$47b2o9bo16b2o3b2o3b2ob2o7bob2o10b2obo24b2o2b
o7b2o$54b5o2bo15bo8b2o2bo6bo16bo10b5o5b3o3b3o4b3o2bo$55bo3b3o17b3o7b2o
5b2o16b2o9bo9bo2b2o12b2o$54b2ob2o67bo2bo5b2ob2o$53bo5bo67b2o7bo3bob2o
$53b6o47b2o16b2o10bobo2bo2bo$98bo6bobo3b2o10bo2bo10b2o2bobo$55b2o22b3o
16b2o4bo2bo3b2o14bo$55b2o12bo12bo4b3o12bo3bo16b5o$69b2o7bo3bo3bo3bo11b
obo$47b3o27bobo2bo2bo5bo41b2o$46bo3bo14bobo2b3o2bo2bobo21bobo28b2o$45b
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3o8b3o26b3o19bo6bobo3b2o$18b2o5b2o9b3o8b3o35bo5bo14b2o$18b2o5b2o9b3o47b
o3bo29b2o15b2o$18b2o5b2o6b3o51b3o30b2o15b2o$18bo7bo6b3o39b2o$16b2ob2o
3b2ob2o4b3o11b2o25bo2bo$16b2ob2o3b2ob2o18b2o25bobobo$16b2o2bo3bo2b2o46b
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Code: Select all
x = 1, y = 1, rule = B/S
!
[[
PASTET EVERY 2 0 PASTEDELTA 2 2 PASTE bo$b3o$3o$2bo! 0 0
PASTET EVERY 2 1 PASTEDELTA 2 2 PASTE 2bo$3o$b3o$bo! 1 1
]]
Code: Select all
x = 1, y = 1, rule = B/S5n
!
[[
PASTET EVERY 4 0 PASTEDELTA 2 2 PASTE bo$b3o$3o$2bo! 0 0
PASTET EVERY 4 2 PASTEDELTA 2 2 PASTE 2bo$3o$b3o$bo! 1 1
]]
Code: Select all
x = 1, y = 1, rule = B/S2a
!
[[
PASTET EVERY 4 0 PASTEDELTA 2 2 PASTE bo$b3o$3o$2bo! 0 0
PASTET EVERY 4 2 PASTEDELTA 2 2 PASTE 2bo$3o$b3o$bo! 1 1
]]
Code: Select all
x = 2, y = 4, rule = /2/2
o$bo$bo$o!
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Code: Select all
x = 2, y = 4, rule = R1,C2,S,B2
o$bo$bo$o!
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Code: Select all
x = 2, y = 4, rule = /2/3
A$BA$BA$A!
[[ MAXGRIDSIZE 9 STARTFROM 253 X 256 ]]
Code: Select all
x = 2, y = 4, rule = R1,C3,S,B2
A$BA$BA$A!
[[ MAXGRIDSIZE 9 STARTFROM 253 X 256 ]]
Code: Select all
x = 2, y = 2, rule = R1,C3,S,B2
2A$2A!
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