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Morse Code Machine

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Author: TheInventor

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Filesize: 231.1 kB

Date added: 2013-07-23

Rating: 5.6

Downloads: 1808

Views: 287

Comments: 4

Ratings: 2

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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This machine tanslates morse code into script.
You can also tap out your oun messages in morse code which it then translates to lettering.

I know most people don't now morse code, so this might not be that much fun for them, but
it's a great tool if you want to learn it, and the code for each letter is in the scene to use.
Please comment if you have any questions, and I always appreciate ratings. Enjoy!

(note) It may make a mistake now and then on a letter in the beginning message.
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I do know Morse Code, and I used to be fairly proficient at sending and receiving it back when I was a ham radio operator. This scene is really cool, and it works fairly well. One suggestion that I have would be to show a digital display of the speed (in Words Per Minute (WPM)). I used the speed slider to increase the speed because it was set just a little too slow for me. Another suggestion is to maybe use a different key instead of the Up Arrow. Maybe the Ctrl key would be better because it's a little larger and it doesn't have any other keys below it like the Up Arrow key does. And the other advantage is that either the left or the right Ctrl key could be used for either a left handed or right handed sender.

Other than that, nice job! :tup: :tup:
Last edited at 2013/07/23 04:05:18 by Xray
Well done. Many years ago I wrote a program to decode Morse code from a shortwave radio. It also had a speed adjustment. It was pretty cool when I first saw random letters turn into words as the speed adjustment was tuned.:tup: :tup:
Hey guy, what engine you used for Shelby?
Hi omega2012. You could have left your comment on the Shelby scene. I'm afraid I don't really understand your question though. The engine is a Algodoo motor, scripted to act like an engine. It has a torque curve built into the script. Feel free to ask any other questions. :)