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Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

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  • Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

    I didn't have much homework tonight so I decided to take 20 minutes to put together this basic calculator. For those interested, it was messily coded in VB.NET (mac version coded in Java).

    It calculates both your BSI and LSI accurately based upon the info you put in.

    If this gets a decent amount of downloads and/or feedback, I might put some time into coding it better (multithreading so it doesn't lag at all) and a better UI (graphics, better layout...etc)

    So, test it out if you want, and let me know what you think. I am not going to post the source code here, but if you want to check it out you can just decompile the .exe as it is not obfuscated.

    Screenshot:
    PC Version: http://take.ms/RSIBL
    Mac Version: http://take.ms/sDXfmC
    Download link:
    PC Version (.exe): http://www.mediafire.com/download/0k...Calculator.exe
    Mac Version (.jar, also PC compatible): http://www.mediafire.com/?t8hinzi2853kc7i
    Virustotal results:
    https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/5...is/1370916864/
    Last edited by MattMI; 06-12-2013, 03:23 AM. Reason: Added Mac Version!

    "All I wants a hundred million dollars and a bad b...."
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    Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

    Mac compatible?

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      Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

      Originally posted by AngryChipmunk1 View Post
      Mac compatible?
      No, gimme a few minutes sorry

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        Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

        *Added extra characters*

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          Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

          I don't know how to code a UI in Java at the moment, so this will be Windows only for now until I figure that out.

          Alternatively, you can use Wine (http://www.winehq.org/) to open it.

          "All I wants a hundred million dollars and a bad b...."
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            Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

            I hate wine so much. >__>
            Makes me mad.

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              Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

              Sorry lol, maybe within the next week or so I might try it. I don't know that much java, and while the code itself is pretty simple, I'm not really sure how to make the UI. Will look into it, just for you

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                Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                I feel so special. ❤

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                • #9
                  Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                  Why don't people just use the calculator on their phone? It takes literally 10 seconds? I used to use http://camidgard.tk/

                  Either way, great work MattMI, maybe a TBSI calculator that automatically associates the stats of Lt's and gear/vehicles with their names through drop down menus? That way people could track their TBSI by just having to update certain parts as they gain new items and level?
                  Paul - EmpireShadows

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                    Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                    Originally posted by Paul View Post
                    Why don't people just use the calculator on their phone? It takes literally 10 seconds? I used to use http://camidgard.tk/

                    Either way, great work MattMI, maybe a TBSI calculator that automatically associates the stats of Lt's and gear/vehicles with their names through drop down menus? That way people could track their TBSI by just having to update certain parts as they gain new items and level?
                    Great suggestion - while it will definitely take some time to do but it is not hard. It would just be - for example attack = stat + top weapon/gear stats+ 5 lt stats right?

                    And people dont use the phone calculator because UE takes so damn long to load back up and get back to whatever page you were ate lol

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                      Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                      Originally posted by AngryChipmunk1 View Post
                      I feel so special. ❤
                      Downloading NetBeans now because I am too nooby at Java to code a GUI on my own lol

                      "All I wants a hundred million dollars and a bad b...."
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                        Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                        okie dokie let me try it out
                        Definition of a pocket shock attack: Suddenly out popping from within TonKa's shirt pocket and sock you one on da nose with my little fist

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                          Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                          Workin' on Mac version now

                          http://take.ms/VbzzMJ

                          "All I wants a hundred million dollars and a bad b...."
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                            Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                            I updated the original post- I have finished coding a version that can be run on a Mac. (It will also run on a PC).

                            Please check it out and leave some feedback!

                            "All I wants a hundred million dollars and a bad b...."
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                              Re: Standalone BSI and LSI Calculator

                              Works nice.
                              Very easy, I like everything easy. :3

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