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Ramihyn

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  1. if we get ponies, i demand crocodiles and sewer mutants too
  2. The new concept of multistage missions across multiple sequential maps is definately "challenging", to say the least. But personally i think you appreciate the stunning beauty of the underwater seamap a lot more after you had to find and unlock the submarine in a massive epic battle first. ps: if you find think you found irony or unrealistic expactations in this posting, just wait - the final maps will be even better pps: the mars level and the 3 map challenge to unlock the rocket to reach it, was rediculous though
  3. Removing the video and then saying you look for a clean discussion, sounds at least very weird to me. What should be discussed without seeing the video? Should we discuss about "something which happened but cant be shown", if a discussion makes any sense?
  4. Racing is for kids, daddy demands a drinking district ... oh and ... "eye candy"
  5. It is a in general a good idea to not give out account + password indeed Open sourcing a tool would make it possible to run the sources on one of your own machines where you have control. It's a free service offer. Somebody did offer you a free additional service, If you don't see the use or don't need or want it, fine - simply move on The creator invested work and presents an offer. Take it or leave it, but saying "omg the sky is falling, they are stealing your account" while there is zero proof of even an attempt here and actually quite the contrary, Considering the fact that the players who run apb, have to trust many thousand of anonymous people who where involved in creating the software they use (from windows itself, through IO etc.) and trust thousands of people they never met and who never agreed to reveal their sources to the public, it's a bit weird to me - especially since i often see the same people blindly installing third party code like overwulf, ventrilo, skype, teamspeak, fraps, mirc, kvirc, etc etc without any problem. It's a free offer. Take it or leave it. Warning people about dubious offers that ask for personal/account info is a service indeed, but warning them "your account will be stolen!" while no evidence of any attempt has been seen (quite the contrary), is just scaremongering. It would really help if LO had an official way of dealing with third party tools. Even better, an official API to use and 3 new maps and free cookies to all apb players If those things will happen, depends on their resources though. ps: brb - checking for cookies from LO in mail .....
  6. How about making a constructive suggestion how to enhance something instead of fanboying edward in a HBO video? ps: thanks that was quite amusing
  7. I wish LO had a method how third party creators could participate, like other companies have. But it would need additional resources and time to have somebody deal with that, write documentation, a faq with "best practises", Create sample code, invent and implement and test a whole API, deal with the inevitable change/addition wishes and manage the malicious attempts trying to abuse all that. Not to forget maintaining additional forum sections, hosting download space and maybe even adding the most useful third party tools as optional additions to the official installer. Yes there is a lot it could involve and in the end you would be with a nice little eco-system around your product and a growing community because it all adds value to the game (*dont forget that each new addition has the chance to be gaming news worthy - aka - it generates attention -> free advertisement as it keeps the product in gamers mind). I assume the majority of the players wouldnt see the point of all of that and just think "omg you are delaying the 3.5 release with that nonsense". but everybody would notice the growing number of players each of the little steps creates. And who knows what the next guy comes up with ..... maybe a great idea that enhances the community so much, that the next generation of game spawns around the idea of a shooter combined with the idea. Stranger things happened already ... just a question of making things possible, opening pathes for change or not. More important would be (IMHO), that LO would open up the possibility for modders to create maps. Imagine an event with some price money where you have two categories. Category 1 - create a new map given only the existing textures, category 2 - wild ideas, feel free to create what you can. Even pure concept art which just exists in somebodies mind now. Possible outcome - a few new maps aka CONTENT for apb:r in 2019 and probably ideas for apb:r2 or whatever you call it, to be released in 2022 I am sure there are some talented modders among the apb community who just need the chance to step up for the challenge. Currently the technology focuses on avoiding manipulation of game data with an iron fist to avoid cheaters and thats ok, but how many creative and constructive people are being kept away with that as a "side effect" .... anyhow - the current way of doing things, could need some re-adjustments imho but hey - thats just me ... up to LO to make decisions ps: the wall of text ends here pps: i wouldn't enter my login data into a unknown persons website either (duh), but it wasnt ever asked yet. the problem has been pointed out and the task now is how to solve this problem. Obviously an API with some RSA based authentification or code screening could do that but both would need LO resources and those are not for the "all knowing" forum members to allocate ppps; code screening works well with C# due to the fact how it was created .... it's different to native 68k assembly for a reason
  8. Oh that sounds very cool! Obvious problems of TOS/EULA and the whole "having to give login details to people you dont know" aside. As a player of APB since 09/2010, i still have 10 or 11 acttive char slots and each of them has a list of friends. Knowing that an old friend of mine from 5 years ago is online and giving APB a look again, would be awesome. A tool which watches for currently online friends and allows me to assign an alert state if one of them logs on, would be great. Even knowing that one of them logged on some hours ago would be useful so i could later log into apb to send them a notice and plan a chat or mission "like in old times". Writing a custom front-end with a clean easy GUI which runs on linux/windows/mac os would be easy to do and i dont mind releasing the full sources for others to verify what happens (like i did already here). Very cool project.
  9. No, i didnt. Was VSYNC/double/tripple buffering enabled for that test? Trying to VSYNC in a VM can lead to exactly half the monitor frequency.
  10. Works fine with Win7 here. If you can't downgrade from 10 to 7, how about running a win7 install in a virtualbox,vmware or hyperV environment instead? A virtual machine is probably your easiest solution. These are all solutions you could instantly use to solve the problem instead of begging the LO support for 3 months just to realise it wont happen in your lifetime VirtualBox Ask google Use the Hypervisor (it's Microsofts replacement method for their Virtual PC, it should allow you to run Win7 with APB in Win10)
  11. fun teleporting, superlag, the usual stuff on weekends when frustrated teens realised the new ddos site is just a mouseclick away
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