Commented 3 years ago2016-10-27 20:50:25 UTC in journal: #8766 Comment #58546
What's your opinion on the cables?
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-26 20:33:00 UTC in journal: #8765 Comment #61286
I think "Volume warning" may have scared people off. BUT, despite the randomness of it, happy 42nd birthday ;P
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-19 18:52:20 UTC in journal: #8761 Comment #52945
I was at a tech event last year where I got to put my camera aside and test a first-gen Rift (I think it was first-gen... but it was long enough ago that I don't remember). It was quite impressive as far as immersion but the picture was shit. It was all pixelly and blurry.

I can't afford any anyway, so I'll wait for the second generation of VR devices. It's only an educated guess but I'm sure the second generation will be battery powered and wireless. That will be something I look forward to.
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-05 01:16:12 UTC in journal: #8757 Comment #65961
Happy birthday!

@IM: He's too new for it. He'll learn :P
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-04 03:00:04 UTC in journal: #8756 Comment #51092
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-03 20:20:55 UTC in journal: #8756 Comment #51091
Long time no see!

1- Cool!
2- This is not a problem. Go there and make new friends!
3- I'm sure a lot of people do that so...
4- What do you mean repeat?
5- Even though it's for the better it sucks. Your life will suck for a year or so then you will be fine. Just treasure the good memories and forget the rest. You surely learned a lot from it.
Commented 3 years ago2016-10-03 02:43:29 UTC in journal: #8755 Comment #65757
Good! You're getting better.

+ Tension
+ Dynamics
± Camera exposure
± Grading
  • Audio especially the phone call that could barely be heard
  • Framing sometimes
  • Tracking shots sometimes feel unfinished or not planned right
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-28 17:47:56 UTC in journal: #8752 Comment #49729
I woke up wondering if it was that, and I come here to find someone else also figured it out.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-28 02:30:19 UTC in journal: #8752 Comment #49728
It's the number of...
comments to that entry
edits to that entry
date of last edit
date of first edit
Nope. Still no idea.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-27 03:36:14 UTC in journal: #8752 Comment #49727
Nope. No idea.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-26 23:43:18 UTC in journal: #8752 Comment #49726
User posted image
I'm probably following Archie's logic here too because I'm pretty sure you didn't turn 21.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-24 23:49:28 UTC in journal: #8751 Comment #58540
Yes, occasionally.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-22 20:17:17 UTC in journal: #8748 Comment #62907
You are clearly not old enough to understand the implications of this.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-21 20:09:59 UTC in journal: #8748 Comment #62906
I think all of this is stupid. I see no positive outcome of it.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-21 05:08:49 UTC in journal: #8750 Comment #48679
Looks fantastic! Although I don't really see how TF2 fits into all this.
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-21 05:07:12 UTC in journal: #8749 Comment #46205
At what time would it be the most convenient for me to Telex you?
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-19 16:48:25 UTC in journal: #8749 Comment #46204
User posted image
Happy quarter-of-a-century Archiman!
Commented 3 years ago2016-09-19 16:46:06 UTC in journal: #8748 Comment #62905
This is going to be a horrible generation.
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-31 03:35:35 UTC in journal: #8745 Comment #58536
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-29 21:38:35 UTC in journal: #8742 Comment #68560
Happy mapping! And despite what people tell you, Do Not Carve (TM)
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-29 21:35:03 UTC in journal: #8741 Comment #61518
Happy birthday!

(where's TJB when we need him?)
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-26 16:10:41 UTC in journal: #8740 Comment #61728
Twenty years using the same game engine squeezing it to the last drop of juice.
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-21 05:17:20 UTC in journal: #8736 Comment #62894
Only if I tell them it's glass.
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-11 03:41:43 UTC in journal: #8731 Comment #48431
Have fun!
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-09 01:26:24 UTC in journal: #8730 Comment #38798
I'm pretty sure it doesn't.
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-08 23:47:06 UTC in journal: #8730 Comment #38797
I second what Jeff said. The layers dialog was probably conceived based on the layers mechanics of AutoCAD, Illustrator, or other graphics programs. Sort of like Visgroups. Layers might have been cleaner, but maybe it's just visgroups that are only poorly implemented. It looks like it's probably the most interesting of them all.

As for the animation control, perhaps it was originally planned to edit models as well then that feature was dropped.

Let's ask Valve!
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Commented 3 years ago2016-08-03 22:31:27 UTC in journal: #8728 Comment #65751
TJB ruined the relevant total of 17 comments.
Commented 3 years ago2016-08-01 02:13:01 UTC in journal: #8727 Comment #62891
I'll be posting photos soon.
Commented 3 years ago2016-07-30 16:59:53 UTC in journal: #8728 Comment #65750
Happy birthday!

I can't believe you're already 17, I still think you're around 13. I liked being 17, I'd be 17 again. Hopefully you'll like it too.
Commented 3 years ago2016-07-30 03:40:10 UTC in journal: #8728 Comment #65749
How exactly would I know if Jessie hadn't figured it out? Because I can't make any sense of this.
Commented 3 years ago2016-07-27 22:41:56 UTC in journal: #8725 Comment #38793
Commented 3 years ago2016-07-18 22:17:38 UTC in journal: #8718 Comment #62877
I don't have a problem with Windows. I like Windows 7. I just don't like Microsoft so aggressively trying to push Windows 10 down my throat.
Commented 3 years ago2016-07-08 07:57:12 UTC in journal: #8719 Comment #68053
I too was wary of spending money through the internet, but as time went by I was exposed to enough of it to tell the difference between serious and scam. Non-tech-savvy parents weren't exposed to any of it so they can be justified in their distrust. It's a new thing to them.
Commented 3 years ago2016-07-04 03:26:23 UTC in vault item: [HoE] NPC mission failed message Comment #20395
Golden State, of course. It came before Solid State.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-30 23:47:19 UTC in vault item: [HoE] NPC mission failed message Comment #20656
You can do it in vanilla GS just fine.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-24 18:28:56 UTC in journal: #8714 Comment #61275
Fantastic read.

As for the sub-level with the crates, perhaps the amount of breakable crates (that is, entities) they added later were enough to bog down 1998 computers and they decided to split it to keep it playable.

Remember having a 300MHz processor was like experimental crazy fast at the time. The computer I got in 1999 was a 333MHz Cyrix with 32MB of RAM and... 8MB of video memory, I think.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-21 22:53:38 UTC in journal: #8713 Comment #49695
I have realised that, right now:
  • I am well acquainted with the engine and how to use it,
  • I know enough about Architecture to know I know how to make it look natural, yet
  • I have few ideas and even less time.
Such are the perils of being a grown up, I guess.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-21 05:23:33 UTC in journal: #8713 Comment #49694
I... uh...

I haven't mapped in forever but I still come around. I don't know how or why. But I still do.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-20 17:00:52 UTC in journal: #8712 Comment #42413
"There will never be a kickstarter since I'm funding the project myself and releasing it as a Free-to-play."
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-19 18:11:10 UTC in journal: #8712 Comment #42412
I WAS wondering where you were. I'm not particularly eloquent but Urby's succint comment says everything I wanted to say, so I'll shamelessly steal it:

Good to see an update from you Rimmeh. I'm sorry to hear that you've had a rough time of it, but I'm glad your life is heading in the right direction and you're all in good health. :)

Now for reals, I'm glad you're doing well.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-11 17:08:07 UTC in journal: #8710 Comment #68030
Your brother is a dick.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-08 15:24:46 UTC in journal: #8709 Comment #40531
Oh. So it's keypresses and chat.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-08 03:14:03 UTC in journal: #8709 Comment #40530
Don't get it.
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-04 02:23:08 UTC in journal: #8703 Comment #62856
30 is not a prime. But 31 is!
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-02 03:02:49 UTC in journal: #8703 Comment #62855
So did you update?
Commented 3 years ago2016-06-01 15:50:30 UTC in journal: #8707 Comment #44124
How about The Core? You really need to finish that too ;)
Commented 3 years ago2016-05-30 05:18:44 UTC in journal: #8703 Comment #62854
Windows is doing things behind users' backs.

There's plenty of this all over the internet. Inform yourself.

Windows 7 can be as outdated as you want, but it's still my computer. I'll be the one to decide if it gets updated or not.
Commented 3 years ago2016-05-29 04:56:42 UTC in journal: #8703 Comment #62853
Stojke, you are an idiot.

Some people may not be very well acquainted with the inner workings of their computer and its operating system, but the whole point of this is that people who do are pissed because Windows is doing things behind their back despite their explicit setting not to take a certain action. And with reason. Wouldn't you be pissed if your computer decided to do something you specifically told it not to do?

The features (or lack of) of a new OS aside, it is my computer. I'm the one who paid for it and its sole purpose is to serve me, that is why I have it. No matter what it offers and how much it insists, the last say should be mine.

In this thread (and other threads related to the topic) you called me, as well as others, autistic, computer illiterate, and lazy. I take offense to that.
Commented 3 years ago2016-05-28 16:13:49 UTC in journal: #8703 Comment #62852
Linux is free too and doesn't decide what I need on my computer on my behalf.