Check this page, to find out if someone has already cracked the cipher. So far, no-one has. If they had, their name would be here on this first paragraph. In the Moose’s PrivateChat plugin, in the bottom of the file PrivateChat.js there is source code for a substitution cipher. Cracking a cipher should be easy, […]
On the installer, (not on this webpage), click Yes to install the Moose. En el instalador, (no en esta página web), haga clic en Yes para instalar el Alce. No instalador, (não nesta página da Web), clique em Yes para instalar o Alce.
This post is temporary, to help visualize various background color choices for the Installer.
June 21, 2019. Moose is fully updated and working absolutely fine. I think the cigarette suggestions are starting to take effect as I’m seriously planning a quit day very soon. Jenny S. (alpha tester). May 31, 2019. I suffer from bad anxiety, and it manifests itself in various behaviors that I am now learning to […]
December 3, 2023. Got some C# functions for setting which keypresses will Shhh the Moose, and a keypress that can toggle the Moose into silent mode. But the functions will change on next build, and some unintended keypresses are also causing the silenced mode. All the HTML and JS of plugins is done for this […]
November 27, 2023. A new Build, fixed the Webhooks URL (with SSL, now using talkingmoose.com instead of .org), and PrivateChat works again. Added 4 language error messages to Moose3D (maybe not fully showable yet). Improved the “Updates” with better messages about when an old moose has become too old to update, and needs a fresh […]
Here’s my own to-do list for the Moose. And the other to-do list. For Steve: Nagging myself to work on this: Must do before Beta test: Ideas for new plugins: After Beta starts Unfinished plugins Do later Other Notes Ideas that aren’t work items.
Alpha Testers Instructions: I will email you a download link. But gmail or other mail service might think it’s SPAM, so check in your spam folder to find it. And then it might warn you about clicking a link that downloads a zip file. Don’t be scared. I promise that it’s safe. It’s just unfamiliar […]
My trademark of “Talking Moose” is now registered in the USA, and a variety of other places. Yay.