cam has returned!! Watch the deadbear in full hack mode from the new
bunker computer loft! This is gonna be a busy week all the sites features
are back and optimized! The new bunker is
almost completly setup and now the webcams have
been unpacked. After some serious java hackery the cam
(s) ( eventually there will be 3 and an outoor one) are now fully compatible
with all java enabled browsers. The site also is optimized in a few other
- Virtual java Image cache
, a pre download of sorts.
- faster uploads with constant
- 15-60 sec refresh bandwidth
- only image reloads for smoother
- 24/7 access and soon dedicated
- popup window feature with
full scalability so you can hide me easily under other appz.
- It works sort of like the
typical Java refresh craplet, but without all the jumping and flashing,
and it doesn't suck up all of your memory.
- Just the image refreshes
- other images, banners, CGIs, Java applets and whatever only have to
- Opening the remote window
turns the main page's refresh function off. This saves bandwidth and
makes the remote load more quickly.
- The remote windows are resizable.
- The remote window has a
"Raise on Refresh" feature that makes it come to the front when it refreshes.
The viewer can disable it by clicking on the image. Please leave the
"disable" function in it and let your viewers know it's there.
A promising career (or relationship) could be ruined by an inopportune
The biggest change in this version of the script is it's caching function.
The image is preloaded just before it refreshes. I have this one set
at 20 seconds. Watch your status bar. Then, when the timer gets to zero,
the image reloads almost instantly (trust me on that one). And if your
server gets bogged down and the image doesn't completely preload, it
will still load just like any other image when it refreshes. Pretty
The remote window now has a resizing function. Just click on the link
and the window will resize to half its size, twice its size or back
to normal size.
fixed the problem with bad links to hitcounters, banners, button links
to the "Small Barnyard Animal Top 100", etc. causing the timer to not
start. It's now started by a call at the bottom of the page, rather
than depending on the "onLoad" event.
I've also added a version that doesn't have a visible timer as well
as copies of the old version, with and without the timer.
- The nag/splash screen and
automatic time-out functions disabled.
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