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  1. PrgLnch: Yet Another Game Launcher

    Okay, I'll keep thinking on both things and keep looking for answers for the GPU stuff.
  2. Random Stuffz

    Here it's just been hot. And my AC has been on the fritz. Last night, it was actually cooler outside than it was inside!
  3. Random Stuffz

    How do ships in science fiction series not run into planets when they decide to travel faster than the speed of light? Or asteroid fields? That scene in Star Wars made no sense! The Rick's would have pierced the hull, depressurizing it, and sucking them all out! We would have had a vacuum sealed, bearskin rug!
  4. Kitties!!

    Well I disagree with them letting their cats run loose all the time! I'm honestly tired of the corpses they leave around.
  5. Star Trek Online

    So, yeah, Borg engines look awesome: And, by far, one of the best ways to make energy credits in game is to farm kit modules. They go for a lot and are pretty easy to get.
  6. Win 8.X CS Black Screen o' Misfortune

    Yay! That is strange, though. Very temperamental!
  7. Kitties!!

    I like that idea!
  8. PrgLnch: Yet Another Game Launcher

    Okay, so we can extend my map idea for the sets to contain a map with the running programs as the key and the values being a mutliset, holding the window positions. Not something we can do ourselves, of course, but it's definitely something to keep in mind as a request for the windowing people. Reading GPU configs: we found that the documentation was lacking, didn't we? Or did we want to try another approach?
  9. Kitties!!

    I did but I like having the deer in my yard.
  10. PrgLnch: Yet Another Game Launcher

    The window positions resetting is innate to Windows, actually. It doesn't save the configuration for each resolution, instead it's per user account at a global level. It'd be nice to have the behavior of the former (I'm not sure Linux even saves them per resolution), though. Maybe something we should request from the people of their respective OS? Edit: For the implementation of such a thing, it'd simply be a stack: On resolution change, push current positions into stack. Push the new positions on to stack for the new resolution. On changing back, pop the current ones off the stack and push onto another stack. Pop the old ones off the stack. It could be done with temporary variables but a stack greatly simplifies the code and makes it much cleaner. In essence, it's basically the same deal but looks nicer. Or it could be done using a map of sets. This is probably the better way in case there are many resolution changes while the windows are open.
  11. PrgLnch: Yet Another Game Launcher

    Where do we stand now? Not sure if we were still testing things or not.
  12. Kitties!!

    Yeah, that doesn't work here! I throw out my peels in my garden for compost and they still come! I can try foil, thanks.
  13. Gaming monitors: 4k TV or UWQHD monitor?

    I would just run those in a window instead of fullscreen, myself. It's not ideal but low resolutions don't usually stretch well too much above 19 inch diameter for close sitting or 32 inches for distance (things tend to look strange and the artifacts are more visible). Do you have some that aren't DOS games but below 800x600 resolution?
  14. Confusing issues, need help.

    Yes, that's it.
  15. Kitties!!

    I still have an issue with them hanging around my doors and windows, is there a way to keep them from coming too close?