Roto Game is a puzzle game inspired by 70s bathroom tiles.
To enable debug mode, edit
debug = True
Debug mode should be disabled before deploying the application.
For initializing the database, browse the following URL path, relative to the root URL of the project. This functionality is only available in debug mode. Beware: This may delete existing data, e.g. entries in the top players lists.
Coordinates in piece space are measured in piece positions on the board. The left most piece position is 0, the second left mose is 1, etc..
Coordinates and dimensions in piece space are usually postfixed by the letter
p(upper or lower case).
Follow the instructions below to create a so called custom Dojo build, located in:
One reason for using a custom build is that there is a bug which affects FF3, which Felix experienced in 2009 when connected via T-Mobile Germany UMTS.
In a nutshell, it seems that Dojo requires to be evaluated before some initialization is finished. For example, Felix saw FF3 requesting the following invalid resource:
How to create the build, which is usually only necessary after an update of Dojo:
Run the following command in the dojo "buildscripts" directory:
build.bat profile=rotogame action=clean,release optimize=shrinksafe
Location of that directory ($version is the Dojo version number):
The resulting build is located in:
Update the files in, using the newly built versions:
Tasks recommended before deployment:
Test with popular browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, IE6, IE7, IE8
Test with images turned off in Firefox.
Test via a mobile connection (with image compression) with IE8 and Firefox.
GIF images exported from XARA should have transparency set. Otherwise, when viewed via a T-Mobile Germany UMTS connection with image compression, some unwanted color may turn transparent (as of June 2009).
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