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Posted on 01-23-18 05:37:03 PM, in Introductions Link
hi, i'm nobody who knows no one and doesn't do anything interesting. this is a nice forum.
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Posted on 01-23-18 07:56:52 PM, in Old data Link
haven't really had anything to back up, since before maybe 2014 I didn't really have any data to back up since I didn't use computers much.

though nowadays I keep everything on my harddrive, and back up more important stuff to my external, just hoping these drives don't ever go kaput.

if I ever do a hardware upgrade I'd probably just end up making an image of my entire drive and moving stuff over, heheh... there's way too much stuff on here that's important to me
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Posted on 01-23-18 08:06:24 PM, in Obligatory desktop screenshots thread Link
my desktop is rather bare, pretty much the only interesting thing being my ridiculous xfce panel setup. (and that I have about 1400 wallpapers but a single image couldn't really show that)
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Posted on 01-24-18 10:22:07 AM, in What weather do you LIKE? Link
Slight humidity, I can't deal with dryness or the air being water.

Doesn't really matter what temperature, though. Anything between 2°C and 27°C is fine to me, though I think my true favorite weather is the rainy season during spring. pretty much what sofi and Rambly said.
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Posted on 01-24-18 10:28:28 AM, in What do you collect? Link
CDs and notebooks. I don't even write anything in the notebooks, and I scarcely listen to the audio CDs I have, or ever use the CD-Rs I have, but damn, I just love having 'em.


... Really going to be a pain in the ass when I have to move and lug around a giant box of empty notebooks and CDs.
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Posted on 01-24-18 05:35:19 PM, in What's on YOUR mind? Link
It's far nicer being able to read a forum and get an idea of a community than to look at a feed and get a swath of unending, mostly meaningless sharing. It's an indescribable difference that's only really come around with the rise of social media, because at no point in history did anyone consider it a good idea to put all the pointless parts of their thoughts in with everyone else's in a blender.
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Posted on 01-25-18 12:29:23 PM, in Layouts! Link
I made a layout mimicking my zsh/terminal setup

Originally posted by fdsfsff
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CSS is fun
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Posted on 01-26-18 09:01:08 PM, in Oddly fascinating games Link
God, I love anything by Osamu Sato. LSD: Dream Emulator is like the gateway drug (no pun intended) into the mind of a truly strange and complex game designer.

I think besides Marathon and EYE: Divine Cybermancy (mentioned earlier in this thread,) Osamu's games are some of my biggest inspirations.

I also love Garage: Bad Dream Advneture, a game rather difficult to even find information of. It's like a dark shadow to Osamu's work, though not made by him.
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Posted on 01-26-18 09:10:52 PM, in Oops! All comments Link

/+ D has some
/+ pretty sweet nested comments. +/
It's a nice language.
+/

/// DDoc also makes documentation easy with these.
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Posted on 01-27-18 08:47:11 PM, in Punctuation Link
Asterisms. Even less common than the addendum mark nowadays, though I feel is quite a good way to separate paragraphs or sections.



Perhaps some day it will see common use again. For now I have a vim macro that makes one for me, with *s rather than the actual unicode character because vim's text rendering is weird.
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Posted on 01-28-18 07:50:12 PM, in Yume Nikki -Dream Diary- Link
Yeah, I haven't had any trouble with running any RPGMaker games on Linux. WINE works just fine, though my setup is a bit crazy, so it's probably the amount of insanity making it work and not any actual quantifiable configuration.
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Posted on 01-29-18 04:36:46 PM, in Layouts! Link
Looks quite nice, I like it!
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Posted on 01-29-18 04:42:17 PM, in Is there anything you'd like to see here? Link
I quite agree with that idea, and share similar sentiments with rakiru.

Personally, I feel if someone is enough of a dick to do something like that, they'll go almost any length to do what they're after, so it would just be best to have a laxed-but-still-private-enough approach.
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Posted on 01-30-18 10:36:44 PM, in What weather do you LIKE? Link
Originally posted by Rambly
  • summer but it's both extremely hot and dry and the heat penetrates through the walls and no amount of air blowing around helps


  • Ah, yes, I believe people call this "Hell."
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    Posted on 02-01-18 01:49:53 AM, in Activity Hike Link
    Originally posted by shibs
    But on the bad side, you get a lot of idiots who have no idea how to do anything productive and shitpost all day. Seems like the norm on Discord.

    God, tell me about it. I had to deal with someone for an entire hour just after I woke up today because I muted them on my server for being annoying. Just quit being annoying. That's all I'm asking you to do is apparently too much for some people to comprehend, let alone accept.

    Being able to communicate quicker with people is nice, but it is extremely tiring. Only reason I really use twitter is for art, like Pixiv. Forums tend to make conversation far smoother and more thoughtful than IM, like drinking cream rather than milk. (With that analogy, Twitter would be like drinking thumbtacks.)
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    Posted on 02-01-18 01:53:03 AM, in Wallpapers? Link
    I have no idea how or why, but I have about 1700 wallpapers. It is truly a mystery as to where they came from, I seem to just automatically save cool pictures.
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    Posted on 02-01-18 06:47:04 AM, in Pet projects? Link
    Been trying to write a compiler for the past few months. I got about as far as parsing an AST before my brain started exploding, translating code to IR/assembly is really way harder than I could have ever imagined. Guess I need to start simpler, somehow...?

    The current iteration is written in D, though I'm also trying Go to see if it works any better with the way interfaces etc. work in it.
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    Posted on 02-01-18 06:36:52 PM, in Pet projects? Link
    Originally posted by devin
    omgifol, a Python package for editing Doom WADs and most of their contents. I used it to make dmvis, a script which tries to rebuild Doom maps one line at a time in the closest thing to chronological order that it can. Someone made a bot that uses it to visualize random user-made maps.

    Holy crap, you made those? I see both of those used constantly throughout the Doom community, was wondering where they originated.
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    Posted on 02-02-18 06:29:16 AM, in What weather do you LIKE? Link
    Originally posted by Tarale
    That's just Adelaide.

    Yes, like I said, Hell.
    A friend of mine who lives in Adelaide actually pretty commonly describes it as that, amusingly.
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    Posted on 07-06-18 03:50:48 AM, in Sanqui Hacks Harvest Moon 3 Link
    Wow, this is really cool! I'd love to try this out some time, going to have to set up my Gameboy development stuff again.
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