Thanks for your comments.
Strange with the lock, it was working when I tested it. I'll check it again.
About the sounds: I have used the same name for the sounds, so if you like to move some of them to another table it is a matter to export them and import them in the other table. Only the flipper and bumper may have another name in other tables. On some tables I used a "flipper_left" and "flipper_right" and now I used again just the same sound "flipper" for both, also the bumpers now they have individual sounds like "bumper1", "bumper2", etc instead of just "bumper" like before. The rest of the sounds have the same name. I usually include all the sound in the tables even if some of them aren't used.
If the ball is too fast then you can simply change in the editor the "Global Difficulty level" from 0,5 to a lower value, down to 0,1. The Min and Max difficulty is set to 6 and 9 (this is the slope of the table), so the lower the global difficulty the closer will be to 6 and the ball will move slower. If you want it faster then increase that global difficulty value. A pity I haven't found a way to adjust this from the script (I can change the Min and Max values from the script, but it is not the same).
About being a millionaire:
well, not really, but I can't complain. I work as a system manager for the civil government in Oslo, but at least 2 days a week I work in user support, so I just sit there waiting for calls. And even if I have about between 30 and 60 calls a day I still have plenty of time to draw something in photoshop. Since I work from 7 to 15:30 I have plenty of time the rest of day to do things in VP
. Anyway I'm not so very fond to go skiing or take a walk in the snow, so this leave me also plenty of free time during the winter. And since my wife has her own computer with mirc, facebook, email, msn and so on, then I have no problem at all "doing things together", hahaha.
: About the physics: they are more or less what Pinball Ken explain in some threads a "long" time ago about VP9
. After trying many settings I found out that actually what I was doing was changing a setting and compensating with another one, but in the end the result was similar to the start point (PK's settings). So in Mata Hari and in this table the settings are more or less PK's settings. And the only thing you need to change if you want a faster or a slower table is the Global Difficulty Level (the easiest is to choose a value between 0,1 and 0,9).