Well I'm just wondering if the .NET framework works different between SP2 and SP3.
It's just an idea because you seem to be having the most problems with the program.
Created 6 years ago2013-07-27 02:24:39 UTC by Penguinboy
@Tet & ciba:Now I remember! I actually can't play Terraria on my PC (requires NET Framework 4), and I can't run Crafty (requires NET Framework but don't remember which version)!. Both pops up a critic error related to the NET Framework when I try to start them. So, seems that my problem IS actually the NET Framework. D:
@Tet:As I said, I'm using an USB internet stick, so I can't download things with it just because, if I download too much, I become unable to connect more often in case my maximum allowed download size finishes. I only have 4 GB left approx, and I need this connection till the the end of the month before renewing the contract. That's my problem, not the connection speed. I actually download at 250 kb/s, so that's not a big problem, the problem is "how much I can download". That's the real problem with USB internet sticks unfortunately.
@SugarMan & Tet:Alright then, I'll try to download the SP3.
@Sugarman:Yeah... sure... Tell this to my family, I dare you! It's like telling them "IGNORANTS!" lol. xD Italian parents may differ from normal ones lol.
@SugarMan:Ma cosa dici! xD
but for now, just collapse a few of the higher panels so you can see all the brush details...THEY'RE COLLAPSABLE
- double-clicking on an entity in the 3D view loads its propertiesTHIS! Like on Source.
I'm not quite sure if the compilation settings are rightPB said that for now the compiling process has to be reworked, for now is basic. You have to use a compilator to compile your maps. A good opportunity to use Muzz's Compilator.
I have a nice file browser ready to go for that exact purpose (works with PAK and GCF files).Do you know I love you, right?