Click-Clack Crack [Mac/Win]

Here’s a Widget that mimics Newton’s Cradle, the desktop toy with swinging metal spheres.
It isn’t meant to be a perfect physics simulation, but it’s a fun Widget representation of a great toy.
Although the physics are not totally corect, Click-Clack widget is a very pleasant application that can be kept and displayed right in front of you, on your working space.
This was ment to be a Perpetum Mobile but every time a sphere enters in collision with another one a little bit of the initial mechanical impulse is lost so, after a while, the spheres will stop moving.
You can adjust the velocity of the sphere’s movement.
Requirements:
■ Yahoo! Widget Engine

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click-Clack Download [Win/Mac] [Updated] 2022

This Widget provides a simple and most entertaining Desktop toy with swinging metallic spheres.
When you click on the Widget, the spheres will move around your computer screen.
Thre is no timer and the spheres are not falling down, they’re moving naturally following an initial impulse.
The spheres are made of metal spheres, with an exact gravity vector for each sphere.
The Metrics:
The Widget is very light-weight, it takes less than 50 Bytes.
The spheres can be moved all around your desktop so, you can click on them anywhere, even outside of their bounding Box.
You can move them by dragging the Widget on the Desktop.
There is no time limit to keep them moving.
When you click on one of the spheres, a little impulse will be emitted that makes them move.
They will move until they will collide against other spheres or against the Desktop.
Each sphere carries a little impulse, that will get lost when they collide.
When a sphere is hit by another one they will bounce back getting an exact impulse.
Like any other real mechanical toy the spheres will stop moving after some time.
You can adjust the velocity of the spheres by clicking on the Widget and dragging on the left side of the Desktop.
The spheres are capable of colliding with each other.
When you click on one sphere it will bounce back very fast and with an exact impulse that will carry on its movement.
You can adjust the friction of each sphere, so it will move faster or slower.
You can also adjust the collision speed of each sphere, which will decide how fast the bounce back from the collision will happen.
It’s very simple to make a different gravity vector for each sphere.
Each gravitational vector point in a different direction that you can choose.
To get a better intuition for the Newton’s Cradle behavior, take a look to the video.
Of course the spheres can be connected together to make them move as a unit.
They can be chained together when they are moving with a certain velocity.
All these things can be easily done, using the Events, that you can trigger, when a sphere collides with another one.
It’s possible that the spheres can also have some kind of elasticity, that will allow them to bounce back with some lost.
For example the spheres can have a coefficient of restitution.
This is a coefficient of the lost kinetic energy, after a collision.
It can be added as

Click-Clack [Win/Mac]

This widget mimics the original product shown in the video below, a desktop toy that simulates the dynamical consequences of one unique motion, pushing a metal ball to a wooden table.
This Widget is a light representation of the original toy.
Its main features are:
■ It can simulate the dynamical evolution of a metal ball pushed with a certain amount of force through a short duration, destroying one ball for each collision
■ A slider to adjust the intensity of the dynamical effects.
■ You can easily modify the behaviour of the spheres by means of a tiny easy to understand drag and drop interface
■ A special interface to easily create new “programs”, “applets” that can control the dynamical evolution of the spheres
Note that the physics are not always perfect and are not 100% accurate but, generally, you can get a sense of the behaviour from your interaction with the Widget.
If you can’t find the desired behavior, just write to me (Hubert.Ochoa@gmail.com) and, I’ll be glad to help you.
(Copyright Hubert Ochoa 2017)
Click-Clack Overview:
Click-Clack is a widget application that lets you simulate a mechanical toy that was popular in the 80’s called Newton’s Cradle, a desktop toy that simulates the dynamical consequences of one unique motion, pushing a metal ball to a wooden table.
This widget is a light representation of the original toy. It consists of a wooden frame that supports 3 balls. One of the balls is a metal sphere pushed by a slider and a limited-duration motor, while the other balls are Jello spheres, which are destructible when they strike the metal ball. After a while, if you keep up with the slider, you will have to destroy the metal ball as the other spheres will stop moving, losing a bit of momentum every time a collision happens.
To get started: drag and drop any Java Applet from this Web site into the Click-Clack Project folder (or use the JAR file directly if you don’t use a Web browser).
Click-Clack allows two different modes of operation: “Applet mode” or “Program mode”.
In the “Applet mode” you can still use the slider and accelerate the metal ball with “eXtra Speed”, but you can not create Programs.
In “Program mode” you can create a new Program and, by
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Click-Clack

What it does:
Click-Clack Desktop Toy is a variation of Newton’s Cradle, the desktop toy.
Instead of metal balls it uses several spheres connected by wires.
You can change the number of spheres and you can connect or disconnect them by pressing on them.
The spheres can be spinning and click-clacking, so you have an excellent desktop toy.
Graphics and Sounds:
The Widget engine includes all of the standard sounds for this kind of Widget.
It also has a default screen in Widget.
Click-Clack Graphics:
The Widget class includes different screen graphics including two color schemes, a grayed background and a grid, used to display the spheres.
It has different device graphics, such as a toolbar, a dock and a message bar.
Prerequisite:
This widget depends on the use of Yahoo! Widget Engine.
Yahoo! Widget Engine:
Yahoo! Widget Engine is a free and open source widget engine that is designed to simplify widget development by providing a rich and flexible API to developers.
Yahoo! Widget Engine provides APIs for a wide variety of features.
It is currently used in the Yahoo! widget platform and is also available on the Yahoo! Developer Site.
The Widget Engine Client Library provides a set of base classes that make it simple to use the Yahoo! Widget Engine.
The API is designed to make it easy to access and process information in a variety of formats including XML, JavaScript, XHTML, JSON, and CSV.
The API also provides an object-oriented framework to help users write custom widgets.
While the Yahoo! Widget Engine provides many features, it is not a complete widget engine as it does not provide source code to developers.
Yahoo! Widget Engine consists of three important classes; Widget, Plugin and WidgetObject.
Widget contains the main properties that represent the widget itself.
It includes information such as the widget’s class type, title, name, description, and graphics, among other properties.
Plugin class provides additional properties and methods that customize the widget.
Other important classes include, WidgetObject, which represents the visual objects such as icons, images and buttons, and WidgetRunner, which is used to create a widget.
Here are some features of the Yahoo! Widget Engine:
1- It is designed to provide an interface which allows developers to write custom Widgets, without the need for using programming code

What’s New in the?

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Click-Clack is a Widget that adds a little bit of excitement to your desktop.
With the click of a button, three metal spheres oscillate in a magical way.
Just click the Widget to start the magic, and control it by clicking on the “right” or “left” mouse button to accelerate or decelerate the spheres.
And watch them fall, the right!
Of course, if you want your spheres to fall faster or slower you can adjust their velocity.
Right: click on it to stop.
Press F1 for help.
Installation instructions for Yahoo! Widgets:
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1) Download from the bottom of this page.
2) Move the obtained file in the Widgets directory of your Yahoo! folder.
3) Your Widgets directory should look like this:
C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Yahoo\YAHOO\Widgets\Example
4) Play with your Widget!
My Perpetum Mobile:
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Download this Widget as a Zip archive and extract to a folder on your desktop.
Also download the Model file.
Zip archive :
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YAHOO_Widget_Animation_02.zip
Model :
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zdg_perpetum_mobile.mod
You also need this file, to run the animation:
YAHOO_Widget_Animation_03.xml
Here’s a Widget that mimics Newton’s Cradle, the desktop toy with swinging metal spheres.
It isn’t meant to be a perfect physics simulation, but it’s a fun Widget representation of a great toy.
Although the physics are not totally corect, Click-Clack widget is a very pleasant application that can be kept and displayed right in front of you, on your working space.
This was ment to be a Perpetum Mobile but every time a sphere enters in collision with another one a little bit of the initial mechanical impulse is lost so, after a while, the spheres will stop moving.
You can adjust the velocity of the sphere’s movement.
Requirements:
■ Yahoo! Widget Engine
Click-Clack Description:
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Click-Clack is a Widget that adds a little bit of excitement to your desktop.
With the click of a button, three metal spheres oscillate in a magical way.
Just click the Widget to start the magic, and control it by

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System Requirements For Click-Clack:

Supported OS: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 3000
Hard Drive: 500 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
Internet: Broadband Internet connection
Additional Notes: The standalone version is free to play and only requires installation, while the Full version is a paid game and requires a PlayStation Network or Xbox Live account to play.
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