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Yu Gi Oh Card Maker

I did not think at first that this would make a great portable app until my friends took an interest in it (who hate this sort of stuff) so i would now like to request a portable version

http://www.freewebtown.com/supersimplegames/apps.htm

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The GIMP?

Let me guess, you want to make that whatever whichever Virus card that's worth $300? Or do you mean custom cards which don't exist in the game?

I didn't think anybody over age 12 played Yu-Gi-Oh! until I met my sister-in-law's new boyfriend, and he wants this certain card... Crash Virus? I found it on Google Images search and offered to print it out for him, figured maybe he could graft it onto an existing card. He said it wouldn't be legal in tournaments. I said oh well, surprise your friends with it.

Seems to me you'd want to do the following:

1. Get The GIMP and learn how to use it. Make the face of the card(s) with this.

2. Get OpenOffice and use either Impress or Write to print them out on either card stock or, well anything heavier than regular letter paper. Photo paper would be OK. Print the back beside it with no space in between.

3. Fold the card over and seal with Krazy or Super glue.

4. Seal with some kind of wax sealant.

Again, your card won't fly at tournaments, but just playing around, as long as people know you have a custom card and are OK with that (or you want to let your friend use it and practice playing against an opponent with a high-powered card) it should be OK. I guess.

I can't follow your link. Work says it's naughty but that could mean anything. They block anything remotely video game related regardless of the actual content. (Yet I can get up here. For now.)

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it can be done in gimp

but it is a lot easier in this and my friends are 14 so if they didn't like it i wouldn't even bother saying anything about it on here, even thought they just make rude cards, i think it must be good if they like it

i dont have any ideas for a sig yet

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Web App

Dude, there is already an ONLINE version of it: http://www.yugiohcardmaker.net/

Use the search box! Please!

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i know

i know but at school's they block nearly every website out there so you cant acses it on the web

i dont have any ideas for a sig yet

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Proxy

Use a proxy to get around the block

Use the search box! Please!

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dont work

it doesnt work, all proxys are blocked and they give of a siren whenever you try and go on one

i dont have any ideas for a sig yet

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Tor

Use Tor/Privoxy. That might work.

Use the search box! Please!

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Get him to save the website

Get him to save the website and make a copy of it on his thumb-drive.

i rule

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I can has idea!!!

I don't know if this'll work, I haven't had time to test it, and it's largely a matter of the specific-whatever it is-that your school uses to block sites, but you never know...
This is assuming of course that you don't use erpotter's idea, which sounds like a pretty good one to me.

You know how to use HTML? Whatever. Open notepad-yes, notepad, not word, and not some fancy (gay) web page maker-and copy and paste the following:

<html>
<head>
<title>
Google, Biatches. I KILL PROXY!!!!!!
</title>
</head>
<body>
<object data=http://www.google.com/ width="100%" height="100%">
<embed src=http://www.google.com/ width="100%" height="100%">
</embed> Error: Embedded data could not be displayed.
</object>
</body>
</html>

...feel free to change the title (google bia...) and the start page. But I would stick with a search engine as a start page, 'cause you won't have a url bar. (sidenote, If anyone now's how to add a url bar to that...)
Save it as whatever.html and open it.

***Warning***
While this will probably be fine in IE *spits on floor* and does work in Fox, it may crash some other browsers like Opera or Chrome.

If you don't have a flash drive, you can just email the html code to yourself, then make it at school. Hope you find a solution, whether this helps or not.

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