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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread

    Woah. Is this still the place? Am I actually alive?

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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Quote from _Krose_»

    Tempted to make a new rendition of this thread... The curators are allowing this one to gather dust!


    It's natural to see discussion quieten down when there's less people around to discuss less things. Looking at the past few pages I see calls for updates to the OP, but the OP of a massive post like this has historically been ignored anyway - when I was a contributor to it a while back it was more about maintaining the formatting so that it didn't break under the strain of BBCode more than anything else. Discussion is fuelled by people to submit comments and subject matter to comment on, and that's just in lesser supply right now.

    That being said, there's nothing stopping you from upping and starting a new thread under your own account anyway, or reaching out to Fangride through Skype/Twitter (Drago seems quite dead) to obtain the login details to the CTMCommunity account.
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    posted a message on Strawberry Jam V3 - A CTM Map Building Jam! Jam #17 over - check out the maps!

    I beat Anus 3, legit.



    hupe 4 devcom come in soon

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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Quote from Hybran»

    aesthetics are still bad

    Skyreach *dies*

    I might give it an update when I have time, but by the time it'd be finished the LPers should have cleared the area, and the only reason I have for updating it at this point is so it's nicer on camera. Otherwise it functions fine (except for the removal of void fog >:L)
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread

    To #22857:

    To #22858:

    To #22859:
    To #22861:
    To #22864:

    To all:

    Please don't ever do this again. Who is 22857? Who is 22864? I don't know, and I don't care enough to find out. Use the Quote button like everyone else.


    EDIT: Or refer to them by name if you can't be bothered copy-pasting the quotes from each post before writing novels on the forum.
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Quote from kingkaider»

    People don't leave, they just hiate (is hiate a word? I feel it should be)

    Apparently it isn't. Guess we're stuck with "they just go on hiatuses".
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Haven't posted here in a while ... and woah one of the OPs is wildly broken. Will try to fix later tonight.
    Posted in: Maps Discussion
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    posted a message on [CTM][COLLECTION] Xekaj's LODESTONE - A Series of Unique Maps (Monolith Indev)
    Quote from Xekaj

    These maps were created using:
    Blender and BinVox

    Some hardcore stuff you've got going on here
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Quote from voidcat

    It's more functional. Visually, it's about on the same level as the old one.

    Unfortunately the Go to first unread button has been swallowed up in the update. It's on the list of things to be fixed apparently, but until then the update is in fact less functional. (unless a plethora of new features have been added that I just missed)
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    I will chime in by saying that, judging by what I've seen of TR so far, your area is gonna need to be real good to blend in with the areas they're already got. Throwing together a frankenstein of a bunch of your old areas isn't gonna be good enough to get close to matching some of the areas at freaking Intersection 1.
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Quote from Hybran
    so here's the first screenshots of rotm 3 (i swear he was working on his own rotm 3 thing?)

    http://imgur.com/a/imjYS

    still as brushstrok-y as ever. has the guy posted in this thread recently or has he still left because he can't handle anything that isn't a hugbox?

    I'm pretty sure that once he left here he never came back.
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Quote from Zap_12100
    I hate to say it, but it is very likely you are screwed. I hope you were keeping backups.

    You'll need to decide on 1) how confident you are when it comes to technology - specifically, performing a potential hardware repair yourself, and 2) how valuable the data is. If the data is extremely valuable [and maybe you not confident with a repair], it's off to a drive recovery professional you go. Their services are very expensive, and of course not guaranteed, but it's the best shot at getting some data back.

    If you're feeling confident, it's time to attempt to recover the data yourself. I found one article via Google that may help - http://lifehacker.com/5982339/diy-data-recovery-tricks-for-when-your-hard-drive-goes-belly-up - but it'll be up to you to research your problem and take the steps necessary to fix it (although it may get to the point where the repair requires access to a clean room).

    If the data isn't valuable (i.e. not worth spending the potentially very hefty cost of repair) and you're not confident, it's game over.

    Remember, always keep backups. Hard drives are more prone to failure compared to other parts.

    Okay I guess I need to click Quote instead of Reply ... why does the Reply button exist then?
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    I hate to say it, but it is very likely you are screwed. I hope you were keeping backups.

    You'll need to decide on 1) how confident you are when it comes to technology - specifically, performing a potential hardware repair yourself, and 2) how valuable the data is. If the data is extremely valuable [and maybe you not confident with a repair], it's off to a drive recovery professional you go. Their services are very expensive, and of course not guaranteed, but it's the best shot at getting some data back.

    If you're feeling confident, it's time to attempt to recover the data yourself. I found one article via Google that may help - http://lifehacker.com/5982339/diy-data-recovery-tricks-for-when-your-hard-drive-goes-belly-up - but it'll be up to you to research your problem and take the steps necessary to fix it (although it may get to the point where the repair requires access to a clean room).

    If the data isn't valuable (i.e. not worth spending the potentially very hefty cost of repair) and you're not confident, it's game over.

    Remember, always keep backups. Hard drives are more prone to failure compared to other parts.
    Posted in: Maps Discussion
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Well, I've been gone a while ... seems I arrived just in time to see the conclusion of the forum's plastic surgery
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    posted a message on [CTM] The Ultimate -CTM COMMUNITY- Thread
    Quote from Drago

    The Strawberry Jam #04 is officially in planning! Head over to the thread to vote on dates and discuss the new potential theme gimmick we've come up with. :)


    Wow, that was made fast unlike your TR area
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