2019!

I have not actually modified Super Bomb Reversi for some time but I have been programming like a fiend overall. Since SBR was first completed I have built AccountBlaster which is ground breaking, major additions to my appraisal software suite I utilize for work AppraisalBlaster, CompBlaster and a generalized web album generating program I made for generating a complete website WebBlaster - more recently a pure facebook login interface made to help me finally lock in the foundations of Super Bomb Reversi's facebook login interface - all of these programs use the same languages as SBR (Javascript, JQuery, PHP, MySQL), with SBR paradigms in mind and the future of SBR in mind, and they are all mostly complete now, most notably my facebook login interface paradigm program which demonstrates simply and on a core level and in a template-able way, how to interface with the facebook login interface correctly. If you read the facebook docs these days it's not that bad anymore actually. That's what I would actually say if you were making an app, just read the docs on Facebook Javascript (You don't really need the php back end as much as some research may lead you to think, the php is fairly minimal really, it all is, once you sort through it.) Originally the docs were minimal and the web led you the way, but it became scrambled, and I got lost in the various techniques but I have it all sorted through now in 2019.

So anyways my point is that I am going to be improving this in a good way again sooner than later I think. I also have made a framework for myself that is made for lightening frameworks by lazy loading only the necessary features as needed which could allow for building onto SBR without making load time or any core features slower, and could allow separation of existing features to make it faster. Yes of course I call this BlastBlaster.

Another thing I figured out, just yesterday or the day before was why my Knoppix computer logged in differently from my windows computer - it was just because I had to go into the chrome settings and de-select 'block 3rd party cookies' in the cookies setting.(Google Chrome>settings>advanced>privacy and security>content settings>cookies>block 3rd party cookies>off) That let it automatically log in like my windows computer does.

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Since I am mentioning AccountBlaster, I should say a little more about it. AccountBlaster is as dear to my heart as SBR is because it was sort of the driving force behind me sticking with my programming hobby all of these years. I began programming silly games and game solvers when I was 12 and then made a special custom program to help me manage my paper route and customers. This morphed into a sloppy bank account tracking program, the concept for which eventually morphed into AccountBlaster, 27 years and several programming languages later. So it is sort of my other core claim to programming outside of SBR. On top of that I am really happy about the overall design and the way it turned out, I always wanted it to be a visually wild program as well as having wildly general applicability as far as functionality and I think I accomplished both objectives, although not in entirety, yet.

I have appraisal software too, called AppraisalBlaster and CompBlaster but those are 'just for work', not that I'm not proud of them, too, but AccountBlaster and SBR are my primary inspirations. Web Blaster is up there as one of my favorite programs as well for it's generality, high applicability and good overall usefulness, it will be good for creating store menus, store fronts, photo albums and many other general applications.

Hi I'm Fang!

The comments under the game mess with the layout. I'm pretty sure I know what to do to fix this now, I think it's one of the biggest problems. First of all, I think comments under everything is a great idea, but it can't mess with page positioning, especially not unexpectedly, which is what is going on. So I think what I am going to do is put that in a fixed size box scrolled all the way down so you'd see the last comment or up actually opposite whatever way it sorts anyway so you see the latest comment and perhaps a button or draggy thing you can use to see all of them/make the box they're contained within bigger. I think this is a top priority after finalizing the underlying FB login paradigm, which is #1 next, since I have a better perfected working example now for that, even better than what SBR currently has (just about to fix that).

I recently went back through the facebook login paradigm, learned some stuff and just now I changed how SBR 'logs in' and also fixed the bugs in the facebook control panel. I'm pretty sure all good changes, the page should load 700 miliseconds faster now too.