Hello Everyone Created 1 year ago2019-05-12 08:31:26 UTC by Screamernail Screamernail

Created 1 year ago2019-05-12 08:31:26 UTC by Screamernail Screamernail

Posted 1 year ago2019-05-12 08:31:26 UTC Post #342601
I just want to say that I quit gaming and that I don't want to be around here anymore cause the only reason I'm here is to learn things. However I never did learn and I'm only disappointing everyone here so I call it an "end to all this uselessness".

If there's a way for me to deactivate manually then I would be happy to know how. I just can't do this anymore.
Screamernail ScreamernailYour personal Fear
Posted 1 year ago2019-05-12 09:24:25 UTC Post #342602
youre not disappointing me. I had a 10 year gap between map releases. No need to worry about what others think of you
Posted 1 year ago2019-05-12 10:04:53 UTC Post #342603
You're not disappointing anybody here.

To me, it just sounds like you weren't interested in any of this. But I'm likely wrong, since you looked like you were willing to learn.
You could've asked questions here, or even on the TWHL Discord, because people are out there, willing to help with modding problems and whatnot.
Admer456 Admer456If it ain't broken, don't fox it!
Posted 1 year ago2019-05-12 13:26:16 UTC Post #342604
I have successfully changed the music on Xbox Morrowind to HL2 tracks and got some major steps forward with Xbox homebrewing.

I do believe I can stay and try developing a total conversion home-brew using the Half-Life 1 on Xbox engine. If I can get to know how to get the game start. I can just change the Config file to lower quality so it actually runs? (Anyone who have tested out the home-brew would know)

I'm still a developer.
Screamernail ScreamernailYour personal Fear
Posted 1 year ago2019-05-12 14:51:38 UTC Post #342606
Friendly advice: you have to stop becoming so unmotivated every time you hit an obstacle, and most importantly, you have to stop considering yourself a failure and write posts on the Internet telling everyone how miserable you are. That's simply going to lead you nowhere. And, at least speaking for myself, I don't appreciate seeing others uselessly bashing themselves instead of trying to improve, no matter the difficulties they might encounter.

We all have to begin learning or doing something from scratch. We're not born with already fully developed skills or abilities. We have to slowly build them up over time. That will not only make us better at something, but it will also make us more confident of our abilities (and of ourselves). So just try to get into the mindset of learning something, and learn it well, without feeling hopelessly discouraged every time you encounter even just a minor difficulty. Challenge yourself to learn it a few hours everyday, or even just every two or three days, but be constant. Only in that way you'll ever be able to achieve anything.

Most importantly, stop thinking that complaining will solve anything.
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