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     If you want to share simulations you've made with other Pixel Gravity users, you can upload them to get them posted here. You'll need to purchase the program if you haven't already, then do this stuff:
  1. Make a simulation in Pixel Gravity (duh), then press Control+S to save it. Or, if you saved it earlier, just load the simulation file.
  2. Press F9 (the keyboard key) to take 2 different-sized screenshots (pictures) of it. Click "Yes" in the popup that appears after you press F9, and a new window titled "Upload File Creator/Editor" should appear.*
  3. In the new window, choose the simulation file from the list on the left if it isn't already selected for you, then enter a title, author name (or nickname), and short description for it and click the "Save" button.** This creates a .zip file, which you'll need for the last step.
  4. Enter your email and password in the boxes below, then click the Next button. On the next page, drag the .zip file from Documents \ Pixel Gravity \ Uploads onto the "Upload File:" textbox and click the Upload button.
* If it doesn't, click on "Make Upload File..." in the main File menu and, in the new window that appears, click on the screenshot you just made in the list on the right side.
** To edit your upload file later, just open the "Make Upload File" window again and click on the same simulation as before to reload the upload file.
*** If the .zip file is missing, make one yourself in the Uploads folder (right-click somewhere and go to "New," then click on "Compressed (zipped) Folder"). Then find the folder in Uploads with the same name as your simulation, put that folder in the .zip file, change the .zip file's name to whatever that folder's name was, and upload it. Or, if you're on a Mac, right-click on the folder in Uploads that's named after your simulation and click "Compress" to make the .zip file.


Note: Simulations may get removed (by me) at any time. This probably won't happen to yours unless you do something dumb, like re-post someone else's simulation claiming it's yours, or post a "simulation" advertising your smut website. Just use common sense.

If you want to, you can edit/delete your previously uploaded simulations on the next page (see below).



Upload Simulation (step 1 of 2)


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