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    • Author: alois
    • Version: 1.0
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    • IPDB link:: https://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=244
    • Updated: December 21, 2019
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  • This is my first table.

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    • #155160
      alois
      Participant
      @alois

      This is my first table.

      #155165
      Thalamus
      Moderator
      @thalamus
      ContributorMemberModerator

      Looks good. Thank you @alois

      #155172
      bord
      Moderator
      @bord
      MembervipContributorModerator

      Congrats on your first table! You certainly picked one with nice artwork.

      Looking forward to more from you in the future!

      #155176
      STAT
      Participant
      @stefanaustria
      MemberContributor

      You dont want to create it with VPX ? … :good:

      #155186
      templarjh
      Participant
      @templarjh

      Haven’t seen this table since a show in Chicago 10 (?) years ago and as far as I know it hasn’t been done in VP previously. Looks good and thanks :-)

      #155226
      alois
      Participant
      @alois

      >You dont want to create it with VPX ? …

      Not in the near future.  I have cataract operations on both eyes in one month, and will have to wait how good I see afterwards.

      But everyone who wants to port it to VPX is welcome (without asking).

       

      #155234
      JR
      Participant
      @jfr1
      Member

      Good luck with surgery!  Thanks for bringing this very unique table to life!

      #155253
      joeplainfield
      Participant
      @joeplainfield

      Nice table. Thank you. Would be nice to see this one in VPX.

      #160087
      yager2316
      Participant
      @yager2316

      Literally the only table I have got to work so far.

      #160095
      JR
      Participant
      @jfr1
      Member

      Literally the only table I have got to work so far.

      You’re on your way!  Stick with these easier EM’s for now.  Get a couple of Loserman’s tables up and running.  ..and then a couple more…and couple more….

      Oh!!  I hope the author of this table @alois is well on his way to full recuperation from eye surgery.  I LOVE the layout/artwork of this table and it’d be great if alois continues to work on it.  Quite a piece of history.

       

       

      #160119
      Thalamus
      Moderator
      @thalamus
      ContributorMemberModerator

      Yeah. I wouldn’t mind hearing how the surgery went myself.

      #160266
      alois
      Participant
      @alois

      Thank you all, both surgeries went well (actually it were glaucomas). I had glasses
      with 4.5 diopters and now I don’t need any glasses at all :-). I will have
      to spare my eyes for 3 weeks more though, and the problem of my left eye getting high pressure very fast (the original reason I went to the doctor)
      still persists and limits my screeen time severely, so the going will be
      very slow.

      I’ve loaded the table into VPX and after commenting out all the

      bumperx.state=lightstateon/off

      i got a running version, but everything looks somehow flat, and the lights
      dull. Seems many objects will have to be changed and are more complicated.

      Meanwhile during the eye resting time, I would appreciate some feedback.

      Maybe from someone with a real machine, who could verify my interpretation
      of the rules. I’m not sure if it is correct to set the value for the
      dropdown targets to 100 only when all five cards in the royal flush are
      lit, and whether I should leave both jokers lit until the special is made
      or the game is over. And any hints where it diverts from the original machine.

      I could also use some tips on how that lane to move the balls into the plunger
      should be drawn. I put a wall over the balls with a lane in the middle, but
      no matter how I draw it, either the balls overlap the lane or the balls partly
      dissapear.

      And generally all tips and tricks what to look for when porting a VP921 table
      to VPX would be great too.

      Finally I’d like to thank everyone for the large number of great tables here.

      Pinball forever!

       

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      JR
      #160288
      Thalamus
      Moderator
      @thalamus
      ContributorMemberModerator

      @alois : Very happy to hear that your doing fine ! And, of course, I would not mind a VPX version as well. Just take your time. Spare your eyes, and work in it when you feel for it. It is not like we don’t have enough tables in VPX to enjoy while waiting ;)

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