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Uncaught TypeError: Failed to construct 'ClipboardItem': Failed to convert value to 'Blob'
lifeviewer bug
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Re: lifeviewer bug
Re: lifeviewer bug
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Device? (e.g. PC running Windows 11 or iPhone 11)
LifeViewer https://lazyslug.com/lifeviewer
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Re: lifeviewer bug
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Re: lifeviewer bug
How to get the "Could not decode system clipboard" bug:
 Make sure that the rule you're using is a) not defined on LifeWiki, and b) is defined as a ruletable/ruletree in your pattern.
 Copy the pattern. The clipboard does copy the pattern, but not the ruletable/ruletree. This means that when you...
 paste the pattern, LifeViewer can't figure out what the rule is supposed to be, so it errors out.
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x = 3, y = 3, rule = ExampleTable
2o$b2o$bo!
@RULE ExampleTable
@TABLE
n_states:2
neighborhood:Moore
symmetries:permute
0, 1,1,1,0,0,0,0,0, 1
1, 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0
1, 1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, 0
1, 1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0, 0
1, 1,1,1,1,1,0,0,0, 0
1, 1,1,1,1,1,1,0,0, 0
1, 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,0, 0
1, 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1, 0
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x = 3, y = 3, rule = ExampleTree
2o$b2o$bo!
@RULE ExampleTree
@TREE
num_states=2
num_neighbors=8
num_nodes=32
1 0 0
2 0 0
1 0 1
2 0 2
3 1 3
1 1 1
2 2 5
3 3 6
4 4 7
2 5 0
3 6 9
4 7 10
5 8 11
3 9 1
4 10 13
5 11 14
6 12 15
3 1 1
4 13 17
5 14 18
6 15 19
7 16 20
4 17 17
5 18 22
6 19 23
7 20 24
8 21 25
5 22 22
6 23 27
7 24 28
8 25 29
9 26 30
Re: lifeviewer bug
Fixed, thanks!squareroot12621 wrote: ↑June 3rd, 2024, 10:49 amHow to get the "Could not decode system clipboard" bug
LifeViewer https://lazyslug.com/lifeviewer
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Re: lifeviewer bug
bug found in Script constructor
test case:
test case:
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#C [[ "&<>&<>&lt;&gt;" ]]
x=0,y=0,rule=B3/S23
o!
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Re: lifeviewer bug
Just a question for Chris Rowett, why does the Lifeviewer sources still use the old prototype definitions for classes  e.g. versus the new ES6 class syntax: As far as I know, there are automated tools that can backport the new syntax to the old (maybe it's even builtin to google closure compiler, I haven't read the documentation too thoroughly).
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function Foo() { ... }
Foo.prototype.bar = function() { ... };
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class Foo {
constructor() { ... }
bar() { ... }
}
Re: lifeviewer bug
Because when I started the project ES6 wasn’t ratified. Since then I haven’t seen the value in changing.
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Re: lifeviewer bug
Define two functions:
Example of using encodeHTML:
Example of using decodeHTML:
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/** @returns {string} */
function encodeHTML(/** @type {string} */ text) {
return text.replace(/&/g,"&").replace(/</g,"<").replace(/>/g,">");
}
/** @returns {string} */
function decodeHTML(/** @type {string} */ text) {
return text.replace(/<br *\/?>/gi,"\n").replace(/<.*?>/g,"").replace(/</gi,"<").replace(/>/gi,">").replace(/ /gi," ").replace(/&/gi,"&");
}
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textItem.innerHTML = encodeHTML(textItem.value);
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function cleanPattern(element) {
var /** @type {string} */ result = decodeHTML(element.innerHTML);
// remove space or tab at the beginning of lines
result = result.replace(/\n[ \t]+/g, "\n").trim();
// if the result is empty make it a valid pattern
if (result === "") {
result = "!";
}
// return cleaned string
return result;
}
Re: Lifeviewer bugs
Found a bug: The rulestring StickyX cause the "show in viewer" to disappear from patterns:
It's not due to a problem with the ruletable or something, it's likely a conflict with the x = n, y = n in the RLE.
If this happens with any rulestring with "x" in them, that would be a kinda serious issue.
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x = 103, y = 97, rule = StickyX
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If this happens with any rulestring with "x" in them, that would be a kinda serious issue.
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First gun i constructed:
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First gun i constructed:
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x = 69, y = 69, rule = B3n/S1e2a3e4e
2$32b3o$32bobo$32bobo$32b3o27$63b4o$b4o58bo2bo$bo2bo23bo4b2o28b4o$b4o
21bobo$28bo21$35bo$34b3o6$33b3o$33bobo$33bobo$33b3o!
Re: Lifeviewer bugs
I can see "Show in Viewer" in your example.
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Re: LifeViewer bug on mobile devices
bengine wrote: ↑April 4th, 2024, 2:19 amThere's a good chance that you can't use the pan function on mobile (maybe also happens in other touchscreen devices). When you tap somewhere in the viewer window, it seems to be like holding the "cursor".
Screenshot_2024040414160642_40deb401b9ffe8e1df2f1cc5ba480b12.jpg
This had frustrated me for a long time, while the bug seems to haven't been noticed by someone else yet.
This also happens on other Android devices, as I confirmed. I don't like it but it's still staying.
If you want to trigger the bug, please use a touchscreen device.
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Re: LifeViewer bug on mobile devices
Browse the forums for a while and randomly open viewers, until you see at least one not working. If a viewer doesn't work, then all won't work.
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Re: lifeviewer bug
fun fact: lifeviewer does not support 2e or 2i in von neumann. all von neumann rules in lifeviewer have to be totalistic
might need to take another hiatus
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Re: lifeviewer bug
I think it's not really a bug, but instead a consequence of lack of *any* single commonly agreed notation for nontotalistic isotropic twostate range1 von Neumann CA. (Perhaps, combined with lack of an obvious reason for implementing any such notation; you only enlarge the rulespace by a factor of 4 by allowing nontotalistic CA while keeping the same neighbourhood.)tommyaweosme wrote: ↑July 6th, 2024, 3:34 pmfun fact: lifeviewer does not support 2e or 2i in von neumann. all von neumann rules in lifeviewer have to be totalistic
Some relevant discussion:
confocaloid wrote: ↑December 6th, 2023, 6:08 amAre you looking for a mapping like this (from range1 von Neumann conditions to sets of Hensel conditions), or the question is about something else?
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R1 von Neumann condition Hensel conditions Rotated (corners only)  0 alive neighbours 01c2cn3c4c 01e2ei3e4e 1 alive neighbour 1e2ka3inyq4ny5e 1c2ka3kajr4jr5c 2 opposite alive neighbours 2i3r4itz5r6i 2n3q4qwz5q6n 2 nonopposite alive neighbours 2e3kaj4kaqw5kaj6e 2c3iny4kait5iny6c 3 alive neighbours 3e4jr5inyq6ka7e 3c4ny5kajr6ka7c 4 alive neighbours 4e5c6cn7c8 4c5e6ei7e8
confocaloid wrote: ↑December 7th, 2023, 3:45 amFor 2state isotropic CA using the range1 von Neumann neighbourhood, the configuration needs to be specified only when there are two alive neighbours (either two opposite neighbours, or not). I don't remember any established notation to distinguish between these two that would be analogous to Hensel notation.get_Snacked wrote: ↑December 6th, 2023, 6:35 pmI'm just looking for whatever letters are used for conditions in R1 VN rulestrings, analogously to R1 Moore.
(There were discussions/proposals for range2 von Neumann neighbourhood:)AforAmpere wrote: ↑February 23rd, 2019, 7:54 pmWe just had a conversation on Discord that might make this a lot easier to use. [...]
127:1 B3/S234c User:Confocal/R (isotropic CA, incomplete)
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Re: lifeviewer bug
For some reason sometimes lifeviewer makes the sim stop by increments of 3. When I start, it pauses at 3 ticks. When I start again, it pauses at 6 ticks, and so on.
Re: LifeViewer bug on mobile devices
I tried it on an Android device and can't reproduce what you're seeing. Can anyone else reproduce the issue?bengine wrote: ↑July 2nd, 2024, 8:21 ambengine wrote: ↑April 4th, 2024, 2:19 amThere's a good chance that you can't use the pan function on mobile (maybe also happens in other touchscreen devices). When you tap somewhere in the viewer window, it seems to be like holding the "cursor".
Screenshot_2024040414160642_40deb401b9ffe8e1df2f1cc5ba480b12.jpg
This had frustrated me for a long time, while the bug seems to haven't been noticed by someone else yet.This also happens on other Android devices, as I confirmed. I don't like it but it's still staying.
If you want to trigger the bug, please use a touchscreen device.
LifeViewer https://lazyslug.com/lifeviewer
Re: LifeViewer bug on mobile devices
Try a few more times, it doesn't occur in every attempt.
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Re: lifeviewer bug
Why viewer/LV tag makes embedded LifeViewer like this?
Only works on narrow screen device.brules100th post: 18 November 2023 1000th post: 8 March 2024 10000th post:
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Re: lifeviewer bug
It looks that way because it's narrow—if you want to see all of it, either get a bigger screen, zoom out to 50%, or use the horizontal scrollbar at the bottom.
Re: Lifeviewer bugs
Why does everything in the middle disappear at generation 6466? I don't see any paste commands.iddi01 wrote: ↑June 19th, 2024, 11:17 amCode: Select all
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Re: Lifeviewer bugs
The leftward line of photons becomes contiguous and touches the western edge at that tick. You can see shorter streams of photons disappearing as they touch the wall, many times before that point.
Re: Lifeviewer bugs
LifeViewer will now let you know when this happens: "Cells deleted after hitting boundary".
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Re: lifeviewer bug
The cellmap generated from identifier seems to wrap.
This is the original pattern (HighLife p96 in a hexagonal tiling):
Here's the cellmap:
This is the original pattern (HighLife p96 in a hexagonal tiling):
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x = 27, y = 27, rule = R1,C2,S23,B3,6,NW111101111H
25b2o$25b2o18$11b3o$11bo2bo$11bo3bo$12bo2bo$13b3o2$2o$2o!
brules100th post: 18 November 2023 1000th post: 8 March 2024 10000th post:
Re: lifeviewer bug
Some grid lines lost when angle != 0
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