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    posted a message on The Furry Thread
    Quote from Afrodens

    -snip-
    I actually laughed at that. ^__^ Your drawings are very good by the way.
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on What Internet Browser do u use?
    I use Chrome for most purposes but I use Firefox when I need speed on javascript apps (I.E, HTML5 games).
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on [Forge] [All 1.5.* versions!] Crazy Chunks (New World Types!)
    Quote from twisterman32

    I can't wait for the update!
    With the amplified generation that 1.7 added I stopped working on this mod as vanilla Minecraft did a similar thing. I may continue it in the future but that's unlikely as I no longer make mods.

    Sorry. :)
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on cracked vs preimum
    Quote from goldcreeper

    well people who use to run a server with me no longer play hence forth we gave away are admin profiles and thus never played again also people i personally know don't use the game anymore
    That's just the people you know. The total number of people playing Minecraft has been increasing.

    Go get a Premium account. Doesn't cost much. Better in all ways than the illegal version.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Am I an Idiot? Because Random /testfor Command Blocks Don't Reevaluate.
    Try reducing the speed of the clock to once every few seconds and see if you get the same result; there might not be enough time for the current output to stop if you are running at 5tps. And IIRC it won't recalculate until it's stopped its current output (even on an off output).
    Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
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    posted a message on The Furry Thread
    Quote from Genclone1

    Its actually supposed to be just Genclone but I forgot the credentials to my old account.
    Well that makes it even better because you've gone and cloned an account. ^_^
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on The Furry Thread
    Quote from Lord_Dominic

    That post. All my THIS.
    I'm totally up for a discussion on the topic if anyone else is. It seems like a lot of the problems that furries have now do come from the way they act and it creates a sort of vicious cycle. They just take something that's supposed to be fun WAAAAY too seriously.
    As I said on a Reddit comment there: "The only place where I've ever seen furry hate is in anecdotes at places like this.".
    I personally have never 'come out' as being a furry because I was never hiding it in the first place. I've never told anyone that I'm furry but they've all see my desktop and phone wallpapers and the art I've browsed. I'm not sure if it is a result of me not making a big deal about being furry or not but I've never received any kind of hate about it. I've been bullied many times but being a furry has never been one of the reasons.

    I can see how some people can be rejected for being a furry but that would probably hardly ever happen so I don't quite see what all the 'no one must ever know' fuss is all about.
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on The Furry Thread
    Quote from Afrodens

    Nice profile pic by the way, Portadiam, I fan!
    It's an image of Natani that I cut out from a TwoKinds comic; the creator had CC'd his work so people could use the art.
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on The Furry Thread
    Quote from Genclone1

    In some cases it doesn't entirely matter how a game is received and that would be all well and good butt.... Games especially large ones can take up to a year to two years sometimes 3 to develop in my case it will take roughly a year and have a projected funding goal in the thousands which in hindsight isn't to bad since I'm doing all the code myself for free and I'll probably be making some of the simpler models in blender. But still thousands of dollars I have not so a kickstarter I do need and if people view the game negatively it won't get funding which would stretch its development out even longer and maybe even make the game fail without the much needed 3d models, and textures and shaders.


    Personally I've never seen a game that's received mainly negative feedback solely for being anthro; the ones I've seen fail have all been badly made/half attempts.


    much needed 3d models, and textures and shaders.

    Also just a tip from a fellow game developer/programmer; start small. You seem to be aiming a bit too high and also seem to be relying on a kickstarter for the aforesaid models/textures/etc. A kickstarter won't be successful unless you start it already having something worthwhile to show (which by the sounds of it; you won't).

    Also guys you may want to read this:
    http://redd.it/1xc4j9
    (Sums up my view on several things about the fandom)
    Posted in: Culture, Media & Arts
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    posted a message on What class is the avatar above you?
    Warrior Sword Thingy
    Posted in: Forum Games
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    posted a message on Multiplayer stinks: I'm sure others have said this
    Many servers don't use a whitelist nor application process. Also most don't require any kind of modloader. Don't say that Minecraft multiplayer is bad because of your server choices.

    Also the difference between this and those FPS titles is that Minecraft is very much a social game. In FPS games most of the time you just run and shoot at people, in Minecraft the person behind the screen plays a much larger role than in CoD, etc; the person's personality manifests itself in the game. Suddenly, because of this, people matter.

    Another difference is that servers in Minecraft are not linked to a greater, main server unlike most multiplayer games. Each server is completely separate . This allows for the major variation in types of servers; this is one of the greater things about Minecraft. This also gives people the right to have an application process; it is their server. Mojang have nothing to do with it.

    A large majority of players are able to find a server that suits them well, it is not Mojang's fault that you can't find a server perfect for you.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on I don't under stand this...
    Quote from Ham62

    Actually I copied, pasted, and cropped it from my autoexec.bat and config.sys. How would you have done it?
    Being able to copy and paste something does not mean you understand nor actually knew in the first place; in fact it hints at the direct opposite.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on I don't under stand this...
    Quote from slango20

    at least our school has a crappy sonicwall that you can get around using https. I really never understood any reason to have a filter for non-games, non-social networks, and non-"R-Rated" stuff
    The thing is it is impossible to filter out each and every game site, social network, and adult site individually; there are just too many. Instead they have to filter out keywords which means that some of those sites are left intact and other okay sites are blocked. It's the only way that at all works.

    And if your school has a filtering system you should not attempt to bypass it.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on Are we allowed to "monetize" videos on Youtube?
    Mojang are completely fine with it. Hence why there are so many big YouTubers doing Minecraft with monetization.
    Posted in: Technical Help
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    posted a message on I don't under stand this...
    Quote from fm87

    Windows has not been based on DOS for almost 2 decades now, likely longer/almost longer than you and most of the people in this thread have been alive.

    Windows =/= Windows NT
    Okay, so I was wrong.
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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