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#1 3ndl3ss


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Posted 07 June 2010 - 08:08 PM

Hello, I have a simple idea for a gaming application tool. I would like to create a small tool for an online game that I play.

The tools objective will just be to alert the user through a sound that will play as soon as there is any type of movement on a certain part of the screen.

I play an mmorts where there is a report icon that flashes only when I have an incoming attack on my castle. I have sat for 15 hrs straight watching this icon waiting for it to flash some days in order to counter and prepare for the attack.

There is no other sounds that are associated with this game so this tool will allow me to do other things around the house like watch TV or clean the house or do my college homework while not having to worry about my empire that I have spent the last year building and protecting falling under the enemies clutches.

I have minor experience in C, xml and Java and am an expert at html. I am also the webmaster for two websites.

This is a very simple idea. If anyone knows where I should start or if there is already an application like this please let me know. All feedback and ideas will be appreciated.
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