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PostPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 8:01 pm 
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I am recovering from major surgery. This calculator was essential for finding the portals for Payiferin and Testonot during daylight hours, local time. THANK YOU from someone who really appreciates her sleep ;)

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I've been doing some programming on a free afternoon and ended up writing a little standalone portal time calculator that shows the upcoming times for all 4 portals in the local timezone and in UTC.

I think it turned out pretty nice, so I've put it up for download:
http://files.hbyte.net/uru/PortalCalc4.exe

I hope it's useful.

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Where do I find the ".net framework" that it says I need when I try to run it?


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Where do I find the ".net framework" that it says I need when I try to run it?


http://www.microsoft.com/

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2007 2:57 pm 
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It was really nice of you trylon to do this. But I have one question. Where the heck were you when I needed these calculations earlier??

:P just joking.


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[quote="trylon"]I've been doing some programming on a free afternoon and ended up writing a little standalone portal time calculator that shows the upcoming times for all 4 portals in the local timezone and in UTC.

I think it turned out pretty nice, so I've put it up for download:
[url]http://files.hbyte.net/uru/PortalCalc4.exe[/url]

I hope it's useful.[/quote]

:( It doesn't work for me. On both my Windows boxes it quits with the message that the application failed to initialize properly. What's wrong?


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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2007 8:31 pm 
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very useful tool indeed Trylon. Thanks!


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No kidding. :shock: Thanks!


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Great work on the calculator! Thanks! :D

Cyan may not really want people to use the calculators as opposed to doing things the hard way, but for some people it is a real time saver and I am sure CYAN knows that as long as their fans are creating tools like this, they are enjoying the game and contributing time to help others. This kind of behavior is what is good for the company, a loyal fan base that wants to be an active part of the game that they love. Its not really about how you solve the puzzles, its the fact that you have fun doing so. CYAN wants people to have fun and enjoy the game and its very obvious that anyone that creates a helpful program like this really loves the game, I know this because I was one of the developers that designed and created the URU trainer way back in its hayday. It was a lot of fun for me and I felt good giving something to the community.

BTW: What programming language did you create your calculator in?

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 1:21 pm 
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:( It doesn't work for me. On both my Windows boxes it quits with the message that the application failed to initialize properly. What's wrong?

I realize this is an old post but since this got bumped...

What exactly is the message? If Windows says that it is "not a valid 32bit application" then your download got corrupted and you need to download it again.

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BTW: What programming language did you create your calculator in?

I could be wrong but it looks like a .NET application to me.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2015 5:24 pm 
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Has this Portal Calculator been removed?


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The whole domain where it was hosted no longer exists. Given that this thread was last updated over seven years ago, that maybe shouldn't come as any great surprise.

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Hi, Rik, find the link to that PodCalculator in my post here, where you'll also see all calculators still available and in comparison, or just download it directly from my MediaFire link here ... Enjoy ... :D

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Thanks so much, janaba! That's the one I was trying to find. In your other post, you have helpful links, but the Calc4 link goes to a post with a broken link. I was able to download it from your MediaFire link. Now I can plan ahead.


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Hi Guys there's also an app that you can get that seems to be quite accurate.
Zik clock will run on pc and phones :D :roll:

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