A screenshot example of a complicated CEGUI-powered UI

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A screenshot example of a complicated CEGUI-powered UI

Postby shalinor » Tue Apr 10, 2007 18:57

I don't know how one goes about submitting shots for your gallery, but I thought you might like an example of what happens when you set a technical artist loose with your system. The results are pretty impressive yet still function perfectly, and were actually done with a slightly older version of your UI system (we froze our release of CEGUI right after you transitioned to Falagard) - the only glitch we've got is that the drag bars on scroll windows are invisible. Great UI system - it's the best open source one out there, easily.

It all scales with resolution, but the windows weren't designed to support non-uniform scaling - thus the fixed look some of it has. Also, forgive the ugly colorwheel, that's entirely my fault not his.

This is, by the way, a screenshot from Idyllon, but it's just one of the in-engine tools.

EDIT: VV Eh? Hmm, if you say so ;) Rehosted here: http://www.divshare.com/download/371344-091
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Postby scriptkid » Tue Apr 10, 2007 20:02

Hi,

thanks for the compliments on CEGUI :) However you have hosted your image on a website full of spyware. Please put it on a different site and post it again. I have good experience with divshare.com for example.

Bye.

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Postby lindquist » Tue Apr 10, 2007 21:19

Thats pretty cool :) Thanx for posting this.
It looks very professional.

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Postby Levia » Tue Apr 10, 2007 21:28

Wow this is nice! Great job.
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Postby lindquist » Tue Apr 10, 2007 22:30

I've taken the liberty to upload it to our gallery. Hope it's ok, and let me know if you'd like upload acccess to a gallery!

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Postby scriptkid » Wed Apr 11, 2007 07:43

Thanks for the new upload. It looks nice :) I like the 'ornaments' (leaves) on the borders.

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Postby Taharez » Thu Apr 12, 2007 15:45

Very nice! Always nice to see what people make with CEGUI, seen it in quite varied applications so far (sadly most do not replace the default skins).

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Postby ErikHjortsberg » Wed Apr 18, 2007 13:18

That's really good looking!
Changing the look can be a little daunting, but once you get to understand how the system works it's extremely powerful and logical. In my case the main problem is my complete lack of artistic talent. It's impressive to see what can be done by someone with talent.

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Postby daves » Fri May 04, 2007 19:55

Now Thats What I'm Talking About!!!

CEGUI=Flexibility -- allows the programmers and the artists each to do their distinctly different jobs.

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Postby jacmoe » Thu May 10, 2007 18:54

I second that!
CEGUI is powerful and flexible - and this skin really shows what it can do! :)


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