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The final game idea in this chapter is really silly, but it can be great fun. The first thing you need to do is find a large, smooth table. Put a couple of books under the legs at one end so that the table is not horizontal anymore but sloping. If you put a wireless Xbox gamepad at the top of the table and make the gamepad vibrate, it will slide down the table toward the other end. You may need to experiment with the angle, but I ve found that with care you can arrange things so that a gamepad will take around 30 seconds to slide all the way down the table with vibration at full power. If you line up four gamepads on the top of the table, players can pick the one they think will win, and then you can race them down the slope. The code for this game is very simple indeed; the Update method just turns on all the vibration motors in the gamepads:
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By completing Part 2, Authoring Reports, you learned not only the basics of authoring reports, but also advanced techniques that you can use to produce a wide variety of useful reports for your organization. The three chapters of Part 3 provide you with the skills to properly manage and secure the reports you create as well as perform administrative tasks on the Report Server. These activities are all part of the managing stage of the reporting life cycle. In this chapter, you learn how to manage the content on the Report Server. You start by publishing several reports. Then you reorganize content on the Report Server by adding folders, moving content into the new folders, and creating linked reports. You also work with report properties to control both how reports interact with data sources to retrieve data and how reports are processed and rendered. Your ability to publish and manage reports is determined by the permissions assigned to you. This chapter assumes that you are a local system administrator on the Report Server, which allows you to perform all the tasks described here. Specific information about how to use security permissions to limit a user s actions on the Report Server is discussed in 9, Managing Security.
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Most digital video disc (DVD) movies come complete with software that you install on your computer so that you can watch the DVD and use any included interactive content, such as Web links and video games. With Windows Media Player, you can centralize all your media files in one program and play DVDs as easily as you play CDs.
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The largest CSS file in a theme suitable for Windows SharePoint Services is usually about 30 KB in size. If you encounter a theme with a largest CSS file that s much less than 30 KB, it s probably not suitable for use on SharePoint sites.
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Sample Code: Adding Tomatoes The sample project in the 05 Adding Tomatoes directory in the resources for this chapter draws 20 tomatoes along the top of the screen.
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