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StapleButter
Posted on 03-23-12 06:36 PM, in Backuping Link | ID: 10343
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My good sense tells me I should backup my system sometimes.

For a while, I had Windows 7's autobackup set to start every Sunday at 7PM. But every goddamn time, it went the same. The thing lagged my computer for about one or two hours, and then at like 99%, went "Backup failed. The device was not ready.". Two hours of lag wasted just because Microsoft's impatient program couldn't wait for the external HDD to wake up before trying to write on it. In the end I was sick of that and just disabled the autobackup thing.

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StapleButter
Posted on 03-23-12 06:43 PM, in Crit hard drive capacity (or, how much shit do -you- have on your computer?) Link | ID: 10344
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41.5GB free on my main (160GB) HDD, and 454GB free on my external (1TB) HDD.

I also have a 500GB HDD 365GB free, but I don't use it much. According to HDTune it has a damaged block somewhere in the second half. I know that Windows will try to avoid using that block, but still, those things never go improving...

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StapleButter
Posted on 03-25-12 04:58 PM, in Found this at a donation liquidation store (rev. 2 of 03-25-12 05:00 PM by StapleButter) Link | ID: 10533
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You can probably find drivers on the screen manufacturer's site.

Otherwise, if you have coding/hacking knowledge, you can make a driver or pseudodriver yourself. Messing with serial ports under Windows doesn't seem that hard. I never actually tried, but I did see some code... as for the protocol, perhaps there's some chip inside the monitor for which you can find a datasheet...

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StapleButter
Posted on 03-28-12 12:59 PM, in How's the weather today? Link | ID: 10776
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Totally the same here. A bit cold on mornings but afterwards it's all nice. I keep seeing people wearing shorts and other holidayish clothing.

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Posted on 03-28-12 09:47 PM, in All your question are belong to Nicole. Ha ha ha. Link | ID: 10843
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Don't you agree [Acmlmboard feature] is awesome? :P

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Posted on 03-29-12 09:39 PM, in Birthdays are reported for tomorrow instead of today Link | ID: 10910
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One possible cause of this would be that the board doesn't take your timezone setting into account, using either UTC or server time.

Though, that's kinda weird. The calendar works right.

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Posted on 03-29-12 09:46 PM, in I want apple pie. Link | ID: 10913
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What I kinda miss is the stewed apple my grandma would make when I was younger. It really tasted better than all that industrial stewed apple :)

Also, waffles. I don't get to eat waffles often -- I mean, real waffles, not vending machine stuff.

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StapleButter
Posted on 03-29-12 09:48 PM, in Birthdays are reported for tomorrow instead of today Link | ID: 10914
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My birthday is actually for in 13 minutes :P but anyway thank you :)

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Posted on 03-31-12 01:45 PM, in How many "stuff" folders do you have? (rev. 2 of 03-31-12 01:46 PM by StapleButter) Link | ID: 11201
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My documents folder is fulla mess. I have a 'perso' folder where most of the crap is.

There's also C:\Documents, which is there for historical reasons. It mostly holds source codes to several stuff, mostly of mine.

My external hard drive holds backups of older OSes of mine, and lots of other crap, too. That's where I store the ROMs and ISOs, those motherfuckers tend to take up a lot of space.

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Posted on 03-31-12 06:52 PM, in What's on your mind? Link | ID: 11220
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Posted by Liliana
If you want the original Acmlmboard, you gotta use a time machine. Nothing will get you that back.

Exactly. That's 'cause ROM hacking is losing interest over time.

Games are getting more and more complex to hack. Most times it requires 3D modelling skill. And the more detailed the models are, the more effort is needed for hacks to not look sloppy.

Also, most of the kids here are spoilt brats who just want to play games with high-resolution graphics on their PS3 (the same game on a Wii is complete trash just because it's less detailed), and don't give a shit about ROM hacking. Probably it's the same in other countries, too.

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Posted on 04-01-12 10:20 AM, in Kafuka's CitiHall: "Let's go Kafuka: Raichu Edition" Link | ID: 11255
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Kafuka's Madison Cube'd Garden? On Acmlm's Board? No! That's not right!

(relatedly, about the AB1 theme, I have the 'new poll' button image if anyone is interested. I can also make moar buttons :P )

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Posted on 04-01-12 10:24 AM, in Help, I'm trapped in a browser tab factory! Link | ID: 11256
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I tend to keep several tabs open. Though, recently I adopted a better organization. I split all the tabs into 3 windows.

I'd tell GM to close the tabs he doesn't need anymore, but uh, I should do the same myself, so I amn't gonna talk :P

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StapleButter
Posted on 04-01-12 01:33 PM, in Kafuka's CitiHall: "Let's go Kafuka: Raichu Edition" Link | ID: 11268
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http://board.kafuka.org/forum.php?id=0,powerlevel=3

Why am I not an admin yet? This is indeed a bad imitation!

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Posted on 04-01-12 06:19 PM, in How's the weather today? Link | ID: 11283
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It's getting a little cloudy, and colder, too :(

But it's still pretty much enjoyable.

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Posted on 04-01-12 09:39 PM, in What's on your mind? Link | ID: 11300
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Posted by Emuz
The second one is harder. If you have a project, consider using Kafuka for the forum that backs it. You can gain both have an instant community for your project, but you can help grow it too. Also AB2.5/Kafuka is built around the model of being able to provide both public and private forums for projects hosted. Now a lot of the time using your own forums is best so I don't know how many people will want this service, but it's something that can be offered. However one of the caveats really is the project has to be big enough to not just end up being another empty forum the board. (IE: start a thread first and contact me about it. We can talk if you are interested.)

That's what I tried to do back then with Nikoboard. When I started SM64DS hacking, I posted there, and linked to there from my youtube videos. I have then continued doing so with my board. But it failed miserably. I already posted a thread about SM64DSe here, but uh... SM64DSe is practically getting no interest. I made it open source in the hope interest coders would help me, which would have made me regain motivation, but nope. The few people who actually care about SM64DSe just want releases and more releases.

I would do it with another project, but I have no idea what to do. As it already has been said, ROM hacking is a dying art. Trying to hack a new game will just generate interest for a few weeks and then it'll be like SM64DS hacking.

Looking into the present and future, it is hard to find stuff to make this place more active. All I see in these times is social networking and spoilt brats playing on their PS3.

Then, I could look at what I'm interested in. Electronics, but I lack tools to make really cool stuff. Programming, but I have no idea what to code that would really be worth it. And when I look at all those failed projects of mine, I kinda lose motivation...

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Posted on 04-03-12 09:47 PM, in Post Radar setup alternative: link in profile Link | ID: 11597
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Note that a text input could support entering multiple usernames, separated with a colon or something. A select input can support multiple selections too, but with 1000 users it's gonna get tricky. And of course no way this can work with the current dropdown style it's using.

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Posted on 04-08-12 11:42 AM, in How many private messages have you accumulated? Link | ID: 12211
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I have... only two. Who can beat me in this way?

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Posted on 04-08-12 11:52 AM, in Layout thread! Link | ID: 12217
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Yeah, red on green doesn't look too good imo.

Posted by Kiyoshi
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It doesn't work at all in IE8, though I imagine you don't care. :P (Gah, these lab computers are such a pain...)
Text-shadow does not even work in IE9!
It finally does in IE10.

What's next? Box-shadow in IE11? :P

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Posted on 04-09-12 09:26 PM, in Can't read a PM Link | ID: 12636
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Probably the postcount-related &tags&, in the same way they would break on profile.php. I haven't managed to reproduce the issue, but if I put &postnum& in my signature and read a PM of mine, &postnum& is replaced with an empty string. On profile.php it is replaced with 0.

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Posted on 04-09-12 09:33 PM, in How's the weather today? Link | ID: 12638
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Blah, the nice summerish weather is gone. Now it's cloudy and cold. And the occasional rain. The kind of rain that serves no purpose but annoy people. Light but just intense enough for you to feel it.

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