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    posted a message on Starting from scratch; Launcher vanishes when I click Play.
    You're clearly experienced in modding than I, but I'll give it a shot.

    Double-check your Mods folder. Perhaps instead of "[...]\.minecraft\1.7.2\mods" it might be
    "[...]\.minecraft\versions\1.7.2\mods"

    Readjust JVM Arguments. Sometimes mods don't like memory adjustments (eg. -Xmx8G -Xms4G).

    See if you can still run a Vanilla profile (or standard launcher). This will at least narrow down where something went wrong.

    Last but not least, if you've changed Java versions, update your Profile(s) accordingly.

    Good luck. :P
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    posted a message on This game is unplayable
    Okay then, I won't worry much about the grammar then. :)

    Also, if it helps, make sure the PS3 is in a well ventilated place and use a vacuum to clear away dust from the system vents. This can prevent overheating.



    You may want to try uninstalling Minecraft and re-installing it again ( if you have not already ). Allow it to apply all the updates and then try once more.

    Bonne chance.
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    posted a message on This game is unplayable
    [edited unnecessary angst]. Your first step after having issues would have been Sony 's support line.



    For the record, I've been using this supposedly unusable software for about a year and never ran into the issues you are experiencing.



    As for complaints, Sony likely does not search these boards looking for dissatisfied players, so I recommend addressing your distress to them directly.



    Cheers.
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    posted a message on Nice environment, Trustworthy and Helpful people, and we have TS3. No cheating, no glitching allowed. 16+
    Quote from dn69141 jump
    "Dad: 29
    Mom: 30 (old jokes are welcomed)
    Daughter: 11 "

    "[...]only want kids to join if family members will be present on the server, and if the kids can behave[...]

    I would hardly call 30 old, but to each their own. :)

    As for families, I would recommend that it be open to their parents as well, not just the kids.

    Just food for thought. Have fun. :)
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    posted a message on Minecraft is Dead
    I can't say I really care.

    Whether I play some video game or not is not dependent on what other people think about it, at least any farther than practical and logistical concerns. (ie. no public interest lowers chances of development, sequels, etc).

    There's my post for the year. Whoopee. :/
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from Winter_Mage

    JorgTheElder are you a lawyer for a software company or something? You seem very knowledgeable.

    You don't have to be bonded as a lawyer or work in professional legal counseling to know about this stuff, just need to know how to read and interpret information.

    So many people run their servers as a business feigning ignorance or intentional non-compliance with parties that they've made a binding agreement with, only to breach that licence, running the risk of being caught.

    As I've stated before, it's like somebody selling pirated movies or software and claiming overhead and time as an excuse for their actions.
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    posted a message on What will you do if you have your laptop has an unlicensed OS?
    Quote from JohnOptegrove

    Maybe because OSX is $30 and Windows is $100...

    Keep in mind that there is very limited success running OS X on "pc platforms", as it were. It works with much less hardware than most people assume it does.

    The person who would be savvy enough to run OS X off of a "Windows" laptop wouldn't be asking the question posed by the OP in the first place.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from JorgTheElder

    IANAL, but this is well established in IP law. you can only use the protocol without restriction if you reverse engineered it without looking at ANY copyrighted Mojang code. Do a search on COMPAQ and IBM PC BIOS.

    An API or Protocol is not directly protected, but you are not allowed to learn the protocol by looking at the copyrighted code.

    And no, to the best of my knowledge, you cannot use protocol documentation provided by a third party unless that 3rd party can document that they figured out he protocol without looking at the copyrighted code. If they looked at the copyrighted code to create the protocol documentation, that documentation is automatically a derivative work. They have some rights over this new derivative work, but it is still legally a derivative.

    Great point, I completely forgot about derivative works. That was the biggest problem with coding MS-DOS, not "stealing" code to make their own.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from Chaoisia

    Again with the legal stuff yet your the only one that cares about the legal stuff and are the only one talking about it. You don't understand that fact that when people are unhappy and are in large numbers they can do great things from tearing down a company to changing laws.

    Mojang isn't an almighty god of which you think it is. Their EULA will fail them.

    You're the only one bringing religion into this.
    And, if I am the only one talking about legal agreements, then why is End User Licence Agreement even in your vocabulary, let alone the recent hot topic of choice?

    You've repeatedly asserted that their Licence Agreement has no grounds and then claim that you're not addressing things with regards to legal matters. It's like a child caught with his hand in a cookie jar loudly denying he hasn't anything to do with cookies.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from Chaoisia

    It's not worth arguing with him. He thinks the Mojang is god or something like that.

    This EULA will fail either by Mojang revoking what they have said or the EULA going forward and minecraft servers shut down. Thats the reality of this and no matter what lies Mojang or the players blinded by Mojang come up with.


    You clearly have insight into legal writings that I do not.
    Care to elaborate on how Mojang has no authority to their own property?
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from BestMinerGavin

    Ok, then, but how is your comment relevant to any of mine? Also, if admins of the server are saying it and so is Hypixel, then it might mean something. Many people say that Hypixel wouldn't lie, and the only person at Mojang who said it's not true has seem to have not known as much as other employees.

    Is there something that I'm saying that is hard to understand?

    Where is your proof?
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from BestMinerGavin

    How is that at all relevant to my comment. Your other comments don't seem to be so relevant either.

    You claim that Hypixel has permission from Mojang to operate as they currently are. To support this, you referenced comments made by people who are not connected with such an alleged agreement in any way, and show no evidence whatsoever.

    Your "proof" is completely based on hearsay from unreliable, unconnected, and completely speculative sources. This is better known as "having no proof".
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from BestMinerGavin

    If this stuff isn't fixed, I may go ahead and start a simple sandbox voxel game similar to Minecraft, but with cooler stuff, maybe more realism and ALL for the community.

    So do it. Stop whining and do it.

    Good luck paying for your bills while you do everything for "the community" instead of yourself.

    You aren't going to do anything at all though. You're making an empty threat, one that you do not even have the tenacity to demonstrate directly to the company that you allege is harming you in some way. You have no plan and you're just throwing a temper tantrum.

    You want to show Mojang who's boss? Do it. Go hire a team of lawyers, go over to Sweden. and sue Mojang. You'll win. With a clear-cut case like you have, I'm sure of it.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from BestMinerGavin

    Even Hypixel himself said it. Look all over the Hypixel forums.

    I've had people steal my work and other artists' and claim it as their own.
    That doesn't mean that they really have any legal right to it, just because they claim say they do.

    Try and guess who won?

    And no, I'm not going to go do research for you so that you don't have to cite things properly yourself.

    Quote from BestMinerGavin

    If you need more proof, I have some with many admins saying that it's true.


    So what? See my above comment.
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    posted a message on Mojang Announcement: EULA, and Servers
    Quote from GerbilCrab475

    BestMinerGavin, on 13 June 2014 - 10:16 AM, said:

    http://hypixel.net/t...l-store.121550/
    http://hypixel.net/t...hypixel.120668/
    These are two that I just find, various others too on Hypixel.

    *Found
    Oh, so it is true. Wow, that's really messed up. Everyone or nobody they say, yet they do this and try to hide it.

    Yup, Mojang definitely kisses the butts of favors certain players (IE: youtubers, map makers, server owners and a few mod makers). They also deny doing it.



    So two children on an Internet web-board claim that Mojang made an exception for Hypixel?
    That is horrible sourcing. There is nothing there from Mojang corraborating this.

    That, my friend, is using the rumour mill as a source.
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