Click the arrow to download the file PS3.2.zip (4 KB).
Extract the archive to any convenient place on a local drive. You'll end up with a directory named PS3.2 containing all the files you need.
Keep a backup of the PS3.2 directory. You'll need a fresh copy for every new Perlenspiel project.
Email suspected bugs, ideas and comments to bmoriarty [at] wpi [dot] edu.
- Version 3.2.3 (12.09.14)
- A new utility function, PS.date(), returns an object indicating the current date and time.
- Another new function, PS.elasped(), returns the number of milliseconds elapsed since the engine was initialized.
- The system parameter of PS.init() now includes a .date property indicating the date and time that the Perlenspiel engine was initialized.
- A problem with the vertical positioning of the message line has been fixed.
- Version 3.2.2 (12.08.14)
- All browsers and platforms should now be using the same font (Droid Sans) to render the status line and glyphs. Hopefully this will eliminate Unicode inconsistencies.
- The Devkit files cover.html and game.html, and all example files, have been updated to work better with Android browsers.
- The engine now uses Eric Meyer's Reset CSS v2.0 for faster loading.
- A mysterious bug in the Glyph Inspector example has been addressed.
- AQ Version 1.0.7 (12.04.14)
- Audio appears to be working again in OSX Safari. Thanks to Mark Diehr for the clue.
- Version 3.2.1 (12.02.14)
- Perlenspiel now works, more or less, with Internet Explorer 11. Earlier versions of IE may not be so fortunate.
- Version 3.2.0 (12.02.14)
- The cover image and grid should now automatically scale down if necessary to fit smaller screens. NOTE: The scaling is calculated only once, at system startup. Resizing the browser window, or changing the orientation of a mobile device, does not (yet) rescale the grid dynamically.
- Android devices should now display a Perlenspiel icon.
- There will be issues! Report curious behaviors to Professor Moriarty for immediate investigation.
- Special thanks to my IMGD-2900 students and Mark Diehr for ideas, code and bug fixes.
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