How to create a GUI/desktop 🟪

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Fixed the title for you lol.

I’m excited to see how this turns out (not really sure what it’s going to be though)!

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What you are seeing is pixels(represented by metal signs with different tints). All of these are controlled by channel requests which will be accessible with an api. In the end, I will post another version of this that uses Gimhook to reduce the storage used. I’m happy to see that there is interest in this project.

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Wow! That sounds like a cool projecct!

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Confused but ok!

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In simplest form, It uses lots of props that can draw stuff on a “virtual” desktop.

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A computer in a computer, I see.

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That’s cool, and it seems like a big project. Can you let me know when you finish the whole thing?

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This looks complicated. Like very

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Sure, I will add finished to the title when I’m done,

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Oh, ok. The coder knows what he is doing.

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@Cavaire3D how did you even come up with this

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Alrighty, thanks. :+1:

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@Blackhole927 Suggested I make a graphing calculator. The first thing that came to my mind for that was to create a GUI.

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Great idea! I look forward to seeing this guide when it is finished!

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That’s really cool!!!

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Wait what? How do you control them individually?

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I would assume a coordinate system of sorts or using blocks to assign each one a specific channel, but I don’t really know

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Correct:

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You might wanna do showpixel.x.y instead, might make for easier api.

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