Posted on 18-10-30, 19:28 in Surprisingly popular software
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I find it sad.

There is a whole market for font utilities which is blatantly ignored and underserved. So both your programs are way more than welcome.
Posted on 19-02-27, 16:59 in Revamping my Genesis/MD emulation workbench
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There was that emulator aimed at accuracy, something like Nemesis (Don't remember clearly). I think one version was released, then work began on a second one and I then forgot to follow the news.
Posted on 19-02-27, 23:36 in Revamping my Genesis/MD emulation workbench
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Ah, yes, Exodus, thank you!

Well, I should get my Mega Sg in two months, three top, so Exodus can remain a bigotry.
Posted on 19-03-12, 18:34 in Blackouts
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In France, this is quite covered by the news. I can't say I really have the grasp of your situation, as I am not sure of the direction the reports are biased towards, but we have everyday news of Venezuela and each day, I think of you, hoping you are OK.

Your rant was intense but short, so I am still anxious fort you.
Posted on 19-03-15, 20:19 in Guy Makes SNES/MD-style Homebrew Console (revision 1)
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Excellent!
I am now waiting for byuu to emulate it.
Posted on 19-03-17, 21:13 in Games You Played Today REVENGEANCE
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Posted by tomman

SO... why in the hell I like one of the worst mecha FPS ever made?


Because you made Crazy Bus.
Posted on 19-04-07, 13:10 in I have yet to have never seen it all.
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Someone's dedicated to preservation:

Posted on 19-06-22, 19:06 in Ubuntu: x86_32 is dead because WE SAY SO!
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FreeBSD.
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The Mega SD seems pretty neat. It is a FPGA solution which seems accurate. It is even said that some respectable maniacs (FirebrandX and René) have helped its development in order to avoid the same problems they had on the PC Engine extension, which is a solid selling point to me. Kevtris himself ordered one and I did too.

I had a Mega CD and I LOVED it. Final Fight CD was incredible on it (I never touched the Super Famicom port after this one) and Sonic CD remains my favorite one (wouldn't have been if I had the US version with its horrible butter kusai soundtrack). I played it to death, honestly, even Anet Again, mind you.

This said, I hoped for a nice solution for the Mega CD and this cart is really answering the prayer. I didn't buy yet a Krikzz cart, so I don't mind the price, since it does replace a Krikzz cart and add the full Mega CD compatibility. And if you bought a Krikzz cart, you can sell it in order to soften the price.

Now, I just saw their PC Engine extension is sold out, I do hope they will make a new run, maybe a new edition, because I will instant buy it, although in a perfect world, Analogue would finally release their Turbo Nc and Terraonion would release an updated cart for it based on their PC Engine extension.

BTW, GDEMU could be done on the Mega CD, but since this hardware is being heavily scalped on the market and also the units are very fragile and need a lot of refurbishing care, it wouldn't be worth the effort. And I say that while LOVING the first Mega Drive and the first Mega CD, so cool design...
Posted on 19-06-23, 07:12 in Ubuntu: x86_32 is dead because WE SAY SO! (revision 1)
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Posted by Braintrash
FreeBSD.
Has no Steam client.


Why Steam when you have GOG (and "backups" even)?
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René (or Voultar) did help, so I guess it's fine.
Posted on 19-07-27, 18:45 in Ubuntu: x86_32 is dead because WE SAY SO!
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You don't really need to learn BSD, it's more like you will have many "oh, that shitty Linux way was already done right by FreeBSD" moments.
Posted on 19-07-31, 18:43 in Ubuntu: x86_32 is dead because WE SAY SO! (revision 1)
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Once upon a time, I was interviewed for a magazine and they used the following quote as their title: "What I hate in online games are the other players." (Interview wasn't in English, so feel free to provide a better punchline, but I am pretty sure that you get the meaning.)

So, count me in too. Online haming should be an alternative for The Samaritans, not a mandatory state asylum.
Posted on 19-09-13, 09:50 in Misc. software
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Posted by funkyass
i remember beos


#MeToo
Posted on 19-09-13, 09:53 in I have yet to have never seen it all.
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Posted by tomman
Yesterday was September 9th, Cirno's day.

Also, it was the day the Dreamcast was released in America, 20 years ago.

Since Sega is still ruled by bakas, there is still no chance of a Dreamcast 2 :/


The bloody fuck for a Dreamcast 2. Who cares?
Given the current status of the hardware, there's no need anymore for a Dreamcast 2.

What we need is them actually upgrading their scheme: concentrating on ACTUALLY GOOD software.

Who cares about the platform as long the game is Vintage Sega good?
Posted on 19-10-20, 11:00 in Stupid computer bullcrap we put up with.
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Minimalist UIs and web browsers.

'Nuff said.


Do you really need a Knight Rider dashboard on your browser just for fucking clicking on hyperlinks ?
Posted on 19-10-20, 15:46 in Stupid computer bullcrap we put up with.
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Posted by tomman
Minimalist UIs and web browsers.

'Nuff said.


Do you really need a Knight Rider dashboard on your browser just for fucking clicking on hyperlinks ?
No, but it helps.


Are you incapacitated or something?
Posted on 19-11-17, 07:42 in Internet numbers bragging thread
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On Wi-Fi with an early 2011 MacBook Pro 13:



Still need to not be lazy and test with Ethernet.
Posted on 19-11-17, 18:54 in Internet numbers bragging thread (revision 1)
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It's better with Ethernet, obviously:

Posted on 20-02-20, 07:12 in RIP Larry Tesler, father of copy/paste (revision 1)
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He defined education of the 21st century:

Me: This is a copy/paste of Wikipedia.
Student: Isn't it how research work?
Me: No.
Student: Too much work, I quit.

(Really happened, she really quit.)
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