|14 May 2014||Program Updates|
|I have updated JCam with some of the new features I have been working on over the last month or so. Two of the most notable additions include:|
- E-mail alerts, that send an e-mail complete with attached images to a specified e-mail address when motion is detected.
- Auto-reconnect when disconnected. Does exactly what it says on the tin - we continuously attempt to reconnect if the camera is found to be offline.
I have also added another new program to the files section - the Steam Tracker, which among other things allows you to gather data from Steam users to run a multitude of charts and reports for statistics gathering. Enjoy!
|10 May 2014||7 Days to Die Server Update|
|The 7 Days to Die server has been updated to Alpha 8 - which includes respawning loot, air drops and smoother terrain. A world reset was also performed again to take advantage of these new features. Enjoy!|
|13 April 2014||Server move complete|
|Server has now been moved over to a gigabit line - no more Wi-Fi! So it should be faster and smoother than before.|
|7 April 2014||Server Move|
|The server will move soon. During which time it will of course, be offline. I will post up more details as I can. I expect the downtime to last no more than 2 hours.|
Once completed, we should see an increase in speed and general reliability.
|28 February 2014||NWN Spell Timer|
|I uploaded a new file today: The NWN Spell Timer. Description follows:|
NWN 1 and 2's implementation of spell durations always bothered me - there was no timer / cooldown to show how long your spells have left before they expire. To this date, I have seen no real solution to the problem. That changes now.
This program allows you to keep track of spell durations quickly and easily. It is designed to run on a second monitor and displays the time remaining on 6 sec/level 1 min/level and 1 hour/level spells (normal and extended). It uses hotkeys that allow you to quickly start, stop and reset any of the timers while you are playing the game. Configurable spell class level and in-game "hour" timing. Timers also appear red when there is less than 20% time remaining.
A must have for any Neverwinter Nights spellcaster!
Note: Ensure you have the .NET Framework 3.5 installed before running.