Comments for Dormando's Oekaki clone

21 Apr 2002 22:25 dormando

Re: Still hoping

> I am still hoping that my pleas will be
> heard...
> IIS compatible PLEASE! I will PAY (yes
> PAY) for one if it IIS compatible...
>


I don't have IIS (or windows at all) at home, so I have no way of testing doekaki with it. Also, the applets tend to do very weird things to upload the images, which IIS might not be capable of dealing with properly. I'll keep it in mind in case someone with IIS offers to help get it working :)
Someone has already, but they didn't have much luck with picture uploading (the rest worked fine).

19 Apr 2002 09:31 BobOki

Still hoping
I am still hoping that my pleas will be heard...
IIS compatible PLEASE! I will PAY (yes PAY) for one if it IIS compatible...

04 Mar 2002 07:41 BobOki

Re: Doekaki and NT
As a matter of fact. I would be willing to almost garuntee that people would be willing to PAY to have NT (IIS) support for oekaki. Currently there is NO oekaki out there that WORKS at ALL in NT (activeperl) and I have looked for quite some time. PLEASE let me know if you decide to do one! I will be HAPPY to beta test and push the bad boy out to the artisit community for you! boboki@boboki.com


> Is there any way to make doekaki work in
> and NT/IIS enviroment.
> I GARUNTEE more downloads if it comes
> out you have a NT compatible
> oekaki!!!!!
> (IIS 5.0 with Activeperl)
> boboki@boboki.com


29 Jan 2002 19:46 BobOki

Doekaki and NT
Is there any way to make doekaki work in and NT/IIS enviroment.
I GARUNTEE more downloads if it comes out you have a NT compatible oekaki!!!!!
(IIS 5.0 with Activeperl)
boboki@boboki.com

27 Aug 2001 02:22 wzafran

Re: Doekaki Rocks!

> I love Oekaki boards, and I have one
> setup at my site myself. However, the
> default picture.cgi is extremely
> uncustomizable and baffling, not to
> mention confusing (because of the
> illiterate Japanese-to-English
> translation). I decided to search for an
> alternative to it, and found this. The
> setup was fast and the author's comment
> witty and to the point.
>
> After uploading everything, I ran the
> whole Doekaki smoothly and changed the
> look of the board to fit my site
> PERFECTLY. I really have to say one
> thing: Doekaki ROCKS.


One more thing, however. Commenting will give a problem sometimes, as it won't appear on the picture.cgi file. And sometimes, when you draw a picture, Doekaki will reply 'Something's not quite right' and you'll have to re-draw the doodle again.

25 Aug 2001 03:11 wzafran

Doekaki Rocks!
I love Oekaki boards, and I have one setup at my site myself. However, the default picture.cgi is extremely uncustomizable and baffling, not to mention confusing (because of the illiterate Japanese-to-English translation). I decided to search for an alternative to it, and found this. The setup was fast and the author's comment witty and to the point.

After uploading everything, I ran the whole Doekaki smoothly and changed the look of the board to fit my site PERFECTLY. I really have to say one thing: Doekaki ROCKS.

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