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01 December 2012 - 09:31 AMYea, I meant to do this sooner. Whoops.
So I popped open Blender to get cracking on the Countryside demo, taking some time to refamiliarize myself with its interface (or lack thereof). Then it occurred to me that I had some questions as to what purpose it should be built to.
I thought that it should primarily be a showcase of Mobius Engine's rendering muscle. Like I said in another topic, we have movement engines that have accomplished what was once thought impossible. That is, full 360 degree movement in 3D space that functions just like the classic games did. So my take was that the area didn't necessarily have to be a large one. Just big enough to facilitate showing off any the rendering features of the engine.
But someone else may not see it my way. So let's talk about it, ya'll.
22 November 2012 - 05:11 PMI have a Samsung Galaxy Attain (SCH-R920) and I want to put a custom rom onto it. Nothing fancy, I just wanted barebones 2.3 (I don't think this thing could handle ICS in it's wildest dreams). I've got no idea how to go about it. Help me out?
15 November 2012 - 09:45 PMThere's a few problems with this thing. First, the wifi was giving me problems. Random DNS errors that using Google's DNS server didn't fix. My Xbox and phone connected to the router/modem fine, so I knew the problem wasn't there. I started using the Ethernet port to connect to the internet since it wasn't giving me any problems. Until now. Now I'm experiencing these same DNS errors using LAN too. Restarting the router/modem works, but not always permanently. Infact, I'm copying this post in case submitting it craps out on me.
Then there's the issue of my laptop slowing to a crawl after I defragmentated the hard drive. Did I do something wrong? I used a program called AusLogics Disk Defrag (after some research) to do the job. It was recommended by various people and sources, so I went with it. I wanted to find something better than the disk defragger that comes with XP. Now my computer takes 3-4x as long to boot to the login screen, audio is scratchy for no apparent reason, and the laptop overall just seems....slower.
Help me out?
08 August 2012 - 11:04 PMWhat do I need to know to be able to load a file and manipulate it in hex using C++?
28 July 2012 - 06:30 PMAre there any ways to speed up Sonic Heroes? My laptop only has the 945GM mobile graphics chipset for graphics, and even setting the smallest resolution possible, disabling all pretty features in the launcher, and selecting 15fps still sees my framerate drop sometimes. It's irritating but if it can't be helped, that's alright.
My second problem is more annoying, however. When Sonic Heroes runs full screen, it actually only displays in a small box in the middle of an otherwise black screen, with a size that matches the resolution I've set. I don't know what happened, but my bios and Windows booting screens started doing the same thing a week or so ago as well. Any idea how to remedy this?I figured it out and yes, it was exceedingly obvious.