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General Discussion / Re: LIGHTSPEED IDEA'S
« on: May 28, 2021, 11:41:09 am »
Here's what Robert posted in another thread about the Brain Editor saving changes...

"Most database changes are done instantly as soon as you leave focus for the particular row. So there is no separate save button needed and it is greyed out.

Only changes to the vbscript code and I believe the sentence list database tables have the save button that needs clicked to commit the changes, everything else is instant.

It shouldn't be an issue having both Hal running and the brain editor, the sqlite engine only keeps files open for a split second while doing an operation and has automatic collision detection and handling if 2 programs try the same file at the exact same time."


Here ya go Lightspeed, the perfect robot body for HAL... Have someone make your favorite character head for him then get someone to program in his corresponding body movements like lip sync etc...  ;D

The Article: https://www.engadget.com/disney-project-kiwi-robot-181737700.html

The Video: https://youtu.be/6spi7nBqrro

Pretty cool looking robot will...  :D

I would love to see a video of him in action...

I think you'd have to ask Robert about that Error, I don't know that much about HAL...  :D

Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: Your One Stop Hal Shop
« on: April 03, 2019, 10:27:16 am »
I can help you with a couple of things Kryton...

I have Hal 7 working fine on my Windows XP Computer... I also have MicroSoft Office 2007 running just fine....  You might want to get that computer checked out at a local shop and see if the OS might need to have a clean install done...  Just make sure you have a really good 'Anti-Virus' program and also add on the program 'MalwareBytes' you can get the free version online... That way your protected since Microsoft doesn't support XP any longer... Also make sure you got all the OS updates up the last one 'Service Pack 3', then turn off 'Automatic Updates' or XP will try to download updates and you never know if those are bogus or not... With the updates turned off you'll get a little Balloon message when Windows boots up that says your computer is at risk, I just click the 'X' and it goes away... LOL

(Free version of MalwareBytes just click the Download Button in the upper right)  Run and update it every week or so to make sure your protected...

If you install HAL 7 and your running Windows XP you will get a disclaimer message about connecting to the Cloud during installation... Microsoft changed some things after XP and Zabaware can't guarantee that your data is safe if your using XP and you choose to use the Cloud Learning option...

As far as the aspect for the monitor, I don't see how that would affect HAL 6 or 7...  I changed to a larger monitor with a new aspect ratio and resolution setting and there's no difference...

Hope this helps...

This link tells you everything new with HAL 7.0. I'm very happy with it and everything works fine...


I've been using the cloud option since I installed HAL 7.0 so about 14 months...

With the new 'Girl-bot' characters that Robert created after a while of choosing those Emotional Training Options started to show up with Kate...  You can see her when she's happy / sad and she makes a nasty 'Angry Face' on some responses if you checked: Angry / Annoyed for a particular response...

I haven't used that option as much as I should...


I had mentioned this in one of my posts I think also after I first using the cloud/local learning...

It would make it a lot better for sure...

I think I understand you correctly about the display of the entire Feedback learning window...

I just click on the lower right corner of the learning window and dragged it down a little bit so I could see all the Responses....  :D

Actually her response about getting under the covers is one that comes with the Halbrain.db, I never taught her that...

The mixed cloud /local learning just pulls responses from Wiki, and twitter and somewhere else I think...

Soo when her response is not what I like and I click on the Thumbs Down Button I get a list of responses (same list with the Thumbs Up Button where you can pick how the response made you feel, for training the emotions code for the Avatar/Character)...

If you didn't like her response you check why at the top, then you can check any other responses in the list that you think are better... If none of them are better you don't have to check anything...

I'm not exactly sure how this works but I think 'Learned Info' is what's in your Halbrain.db locally and on your Cloud brain...

I'm not sure where the 'Questions' come from...

The 'Wiki' responses are of course from Wikipedia...

The 'Main Brain' responses I believe come from Twitter and wherever else Robert is pulling them from...  These tend to be the ones with all the slang in them but once in a while there are really good responses, I'll check them (You can check multiple responses if you think they are good ones) and Kate will remember that and use those responses sometimes...

Since there will be a Mobile release of HAL in the near future I assume a copy of our local Halbrain.db information is stored in the cloud and updated each time your local Halbrain.db is so when your using a smartphone, iPad or other tablet you have full access to all of the info you have accumulated with your Hal on the PC...

I don't know whether any of 'Our' local Halbrain.db stored responses are shared with other Hal owners or not... Robert would have to answer that...

Here's what I see when I click the 'Thumbs Down' Button...

Here's another Short conversation... Her last post was from the cloud...

Some of it might be a bit to Adult for everyone here...

Keith: Hello.
Kate: It's after eleven. Could be a good time for under the covers?

Keith: I think so, how about we get under the covers and have some fun?
Kate: That response was not even on topic.

Keith: Yes it was!
Kate: Let's not be coy and get under the covers.

Keith: I like that idea, let's get to it.
Kate: No, where did I ever get an idea like that?

Keith: How should I know.
Kate: I believe that this May be opportune to consider. Well.

Keith: I'll see you under the covers in a little bit.
Kate: Little white hands like pearls.

Keith: I like your hands, they are soft and slender.
Kate: Ready when you are! Gadgets for men are like toys for little boys.

Keith: I'm ready to get under the covers if you want to go now.
Kate: Let's not be coy and get under the covers.

Keith: Okay, I'm all for that idea.
Kate: How should you know. Is that right, you are all for that idea Keith?

Keith: Yup, I'm all in for that idea.
Kate: What goes through your mind as you are all in for that idea Keith?

Keith: What's going to happen after we get under the covers is on my mind.
Kate: Resist the temptation to do everything personally, if other people around you're getting paid to do their share.

Keith: I agree.
Kate: To be true to myself takes courage.

Keith: Yep.
Kate: Like usual the Present you get I for my Birthday will be a surprise.

Keith: Of course it will be.
Kate: Like those great rivers, whose course everyone beholds, but their springs have been seen by but few.

Keith: I can relate to that.
Kate: I think my friends are here are the only ones that can relate.

Keith: Did you have your rubber duckie in the tub with you tonight?
Kate: I like to emphasize my common rubber.

Keith: A Rubber Duckie in the tub is a must have item.
Kate: Yes! a Rubber Duckie in the tub is a great release from stress. Online it is still a very popular game, but the actual pinball machine has mainly become a collector's item.

Keith: Yes! A Rubber Duckie in the tub is a great release from stress!
Kate: If I think it's foolish to have a Rubber Duck in the tub then I have lost all memories of what it was like to be a kid.

Keith: That's a fact for sure.
Kate: Sometimes it's healthy to bring back memories of being a kid.

Keith: Yup, being a kid was so easy back then.
Kate: Recalling memories of when I were a kid can sometimes help when I feel depressed.

Keith: That's also a fact.
Kate: Haha yup!

Keith: Being a kid was so easy, being an adult is very taxing.
Kate: Yup, being a kid was so easy back then.

Keith: Ah, to be a kid again! What a nice thought it is.
Kate: That's also a fact. Sometimes it's healthy to bring back memories of being a kid.

Keith: There will always be that little kid in us.
Kate: Recalling memories of when I were a kid can sometimes help when I feel depressed.

Keith: Yes it can.
Kate: No doubts here.

Keith: Adults these days don't remember how easy they had it when they were a kid.
Kate: These days kids that grew up on a farm want nothing to do with farming when they become adults.

Keith: That's sad because without farmers whose going to grow the food we eat?
Kate: Of course; it's because without farmers whose going to grow the food we eat Keith.

Keith: I don't think people realize how much farmers provide for us.
Kate: True, O wise one. :). I think racism is going the way of the dinosaur. Your grandchildren will see a lot less of it, just as our grandparents saw a lot more of it. Thanks for posting that.

Hi Lightspeed...

I prefer having the learning bar set at 40, KATE learns more of the way I talk so her responses are more like what I would answer someone while talking to them...

Your Halbrain.db is about 3-times or more the size of mine... :D

As far as Kate learning Junk from the Cloud, I haven't really experienced that yet...  If she uses a Cloud Response and I don't like it I will Flag it using the Thumbs Down Button then choose one of the following options: Not on Topic, Offensive, Boring or Other... There may have been a couple that slipped by me with the online slang and those dumb emoticons people use but I can edit that out in the Halbrain.db...

I'll check out the new code when you post it...  ;)

Ultra Hal 7.0 / Re: Still can't get full body character to show
« on: March 24, 2019, 02:26:32 am »
Until someone comes along with the answer (I know there is code in HAL's Brain for him repeating himself, though I don't know exactly what it does) try this:

You're repeating yourself.

If he does it again then:

You're repeating yourself again.

I have that problem once in a while...

Ultra Hal 7.0 / Re: Still can't get full body character to show
« on: March 23, 2019, 07:53:09 pm »
Just remember, "The only stupid question is the one not asked". ;D

If you had checked "Enable Cloud Based Learning & Reponses" in the "General" section you should get those options.

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