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GTA IV Time Travel

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And I can easily configure the javascript and php one on this site to do the same

Erm, remember that php is server side only! Once the html for the tc is built it is sent to the user and exits. That's why we need JavaScript :P.

Now that I myself use the phone more often to browse here, I might again take a look at the video bbCode/a userscript to get some possibility to view videos here.

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Ok, I'm sorry. I didn't want to generate a discussion like this with my previous post. I responded immediately because I had already tried it but, with my current knowledge of the code, I failed to do so. But surely, as bluespace88 says, there is an easy way to do.

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I had to rewrite the code but I did it.

" width="600px" height="361px">
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" width="600px" height="361px" allowFullScreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" />

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Not in all films, this way it looks better. Well, in my opinion at least.

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what I meant by month is last, rest is first is

everything updates all at once except month, then the month appears. Its not a wiping update.

@minime of course it wouldn't work right now. Theres no destination input. Yes, its sent from the php side, but you can induce a delay in image loading on the java script side, otherwise we wouldn't be having those flashing colons now.

Here's mike's list of what it would be like

The problem is, that the effects are inconsistant from movie to movie, that's why I would say let's use BTTF I as the base from programming the replica TCD.

Here are all the inputs across all the films for comparison:

BTTF I - tc demonstration JUL 04 1776 - this is the only instance in part I in which the month is delayed in appearing:

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=143700

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=143725

BTTF I - tc demonstration Dec 25 0000 (starts blank) all segments update at the same time:

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=144125

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=144150

BTTF I - tc demonstration Nov 05 1955 (starts blank) all segments update at the same time:

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=144800

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=144825

BTTF I - time update from 01:35 to 01:24 - instant

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=560350

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...x.php?cs=560375

BTTF II from 2015 to 1985 (starts blank) all update at the same time:

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=220825&p=2

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=220850&p=2

BTTF II from 1985 to 1955 (starts blank) looks to have day and year light up first, but in the next screen all segments are on at the same time:

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=354100&p=2

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=354125&p=2

BTTF III from 1955 to 1885:

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=100100&p=3

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=100125&p=3

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=100150&p=3

BTTF III from 1885 to 1985 - (starts blank) month and day appear first then year and time:

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=548350&p=3

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=548375&p=3

http://www.outatime.it/ritornoalfuturo/fra...=548400&p=3

And concerning the inconsistencies in bttf1 and 2 with everything showing up at once

Part 3 is the odd one out. In both parts 1 and 2 the month lights up slower than the LEDs due to the incandescent lights behind the displays. Its a result of the design that they turn on slower. Trust me

(Or, if you don't trust me, check the DVDs and walk through frame by frame. I don't know why outatime.it doesn't show it, but its there on my DVDs.)

Outatime.it btw captures frames on 250 ms intervals which is slower then the refresh rate of the time circuit disiplay.

Some updates to make it better reflect the movie circuits from Parts 1 & 2.

beware the loud sound.

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@blue - do you think the error sequence should be a little faster? seems like it's a little delayed in my opinion.

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I don't know. I haven't seen the movie in a while and I'm basing off the nicely detailed excel sheet that ODOC made.

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Now that the delorean model is released the mod is complete! I can't say if it worked since my pc can't run gta 4

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The release of the DeLorean model for GTA IV is a fantastic news!! Dragon King, can you tell me when my code crashes? Sometimes crashes when I try to turn on the time circuits, I will try to fix this problem.

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can you tell me when my code crashes?

randomly... but I was hoping you could add more stuff to the code, like the plasma under the wheels, coil glows etc.

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Well, I had tried to find some code that could re-create these effects, but I have not found anything useful. As you can see yourself from this site, most of the functions of the code of GTA IV have not yet been documented. However I will continue the search for a solution.

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Yes, I know, I have also worked on the code of the mod for VC and SA! But look here, it is not documented like this one, and then I do not know how to use it.

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Maybe it can be done, but still I'm not sure. However at first I thought that I would never have succeeded in making fire trails, but then I was able to recreate them. I hope to succeed also for these other effects.

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