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Re^2: Matrix falling text effect

by Anonymous Monk
on Mar 13, 2006 at 11:54 UTC ( #536222=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Matrix falling text effect
in thread Matrix falling text effect

Have heard of Tk::Zink before zentara... and have tried to install it with a simple "instal Tk::Zinc" using the package manager thingy... Am a bit of an idot so I gave up on it after that didn't work. Could you give me some advice on installing it, so I can study you example. P.S. I looked at it befor, so that I could try to flip the main window(the whole thing/GUI maybe without the borders)... Is it suitable for that purpose 2?

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Re^3: Matrix falling text effect
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 13, 2006 at 12:35 UTC
    Sorry... But have found and installed Tk:Zinc and will work through it when am up and running)... The problem is now my version of perl itself I think. Getting this message: Tk::Zinc object version 804.027 does not match bootstrap parameter 800.024 at C:/perl/lib/ line 249 Am on a free perl version(get 800.024 from the "perl -MTk -e "print $Tk::VERSION") and am stuck on upgrading it? so any help now on upgrading
      That means you have the older version of Tk, and probably Perl5.6. That was the current version around 18 months ago. Tk jumped it's version values from 800.024 to 804.027( I know it's weird, but it was done that way to reflect the underlying tcl libs)

      Get the latest 5.8.8 ActiveStatePerl version and upgrade your Perl. Then Zinc should install fine.

      I'm not really a human, but I play one on earth. flash japh
        Thanks again guys... I'll give it a go... Over and out for now :)

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