Tuesday, March 3, 2009

GameCam Pro | Crack

Game Cam allows the recording of real-time in-game movies.Game play footage can be recorded with or without sound.Game Cam is designed to work with most DirectX 7, 8, 9, 10 and OpenGL games.
Records game footage while you play Multiple instances of Game Cam (Usefull for duel logging.) Can be loaded anytime to start recording In-game Preview Window Options Editor lets you change your settings without exiting or Alt-Tabbing your game Real-time Brightness Control Real-time zoom control Dialog boxes for saved movie files Records game play audio Selectable audio source line Adjustable recording volume
Multiple screenshot image formats Exclusive CVR technology with selectable performance or quality modes Utilizes the Smart Capture built-in smoothing mechanism Personal Watermarking for movies Real-time video compression Multiple video codec’s Multiple movie file formats Multiple frame sizes Adjustable quality levels Auto and custom movie thumbnails Adjustable frames per seconds (fps) Guard options to protect against low disk space or file restrictions Easy system tray launcher Ideal for low-end and high-end computers Custom video length timer Browse movies or screenshots through your Game Cam system tray icon Third party utility compatibility for Xfire, Gameguard and PunkBuster Auto update


Animated Flash Tag Cloud For Blogger | Requested by GULFRIN

You can now easily display the tags of your blog in a more attractive way, by showing all the tags/labels in a flash box which will start revolving as soon as mouse cursor is placed on the widget. You can see the example of this widget in this blog itself.

"Blogumus" is an Flash based tag cloud widget which uses scripts converted from Roy Tanck's WP Cumulus plugin for Wordpress.

Initially I thought that as now these labels are being shown in flash widget so it may not be search engine friendly, but after looking at the source code, I came to know that it will not make these labels inaccessible to any search engine.

If your visitors do not have java script/flash enabled in their browsers, then it does degrade relatively gracefully, but label links will still be click able (though not animated) for those who do not use JavaScript of Flash (including search engine spiders).

How to install Blogumus in your Blogger layout

Although there are some difficult methods available on Internet, but by following this method the task becomes surprisingly simpler !
You can copy paste the code as it is, or change the code before pasting into your blog HTML as per your requirements.
By default the flash widget will be in white background, with gray labels/text, and of dimensions 240x300. And all these can be changed so as to suit your blog's layout and colors.

To start with:
Go to the LAYOUT section, and click on EDIT HTML.
Now find this line/code:

<b:section class='sidebar' id='sidebar' preferred='yes'>

And immediately after this code line, paste these code lines(in new line):

<b:widget id='Label99' locked='false' title='Labels' type='Label'>
<b:includable id='main'>
<b:if cond='data:title'>
<div class='widget-content'>
<script src='http://halotemplates.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-cumulus-example/swfobject.js' type='text/javascript'/>
<div id='flashcontent'>Blogumulus by <a href='http://www.roytanck.com/'>Roy Tanck</a> and <a href='http://www.bloggerbuster.com'>Amanda Fazani</a> via <a href='http://bloggerstop.net'>BloggerStop.Net</a></div>
<script type='text/javascript'>
var so = new SWFObject(&quot;http://halotemplates.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-cumulus-example/tagcloud.swf&quot;, &quot;tagcloud&quot;, &quot;240&quot;, &quot;300&quot;, &quot;7&quot;, &quot;#ffffff&quot;);
// uncomment next line to enable transparency
//so.addParam(&quot;wmode&quot;, &quot;transparent&quot;);
so.addVariable(&quot;tcolor&quot;, &quot;0x333333&quot;);
so.addVariable(&quot;mode&quot;, &quot;tags&quot;);
so.addVariable(&quot;distr&quot;, &quot;true&quot;);
so.addVariable(&quot;tspeed&quot;, &quot;100&quot;);
so.addVariable(&quot;tagcloud&quot;, &quot;<tags><b:loop values='data:labels' var='label'><a expr:href='data:label.url' style='12'><data:label.name/></a></b:loop></tags>&quot;);
so.addParam(&quot;allowScriptAccess&quot;, &quot;always&quot;);
<b:include name='quickedit'/>

Then preview your template. If installed correctly, you should see the tag cloud appear in your sidebar. Then you are free to save your template, edit the colors and dimensions as required, or move it to a different location. That's all!

NOTE: You must have already added labels to at least some of your posts, to see the widget in action.