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Gordy

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  1. Passwords?

    What kind of crap is that?

    Why don't you include dongle inside or require a blood sample?

    I read the readme file and there is no explanation whatsoever why should you choose such a release.

    If you release an addon publicly you shouldn't password the archive containing it. Why? Most of the people say: "f... you" and will not download it.

    If you want a limited release don't plublish the news on an open forums.

    One more thing. Passwords will not prevent it from being copied over and over again without your permission.

    This permission problem turned into a satire these days.

    im giving ppl free addon

    all i want in advance is simple PM sking about password

    you have problem with that ?

    personaly i dont give shit about thos who think that sending simple PM is so hard that they wont download my addon. why should i ?

    compare time you need to spend writting simple PM with time i need to spend on making addons.

    its my free will in what form i will release my addons.

    It's true that it is your choice but you are making an ass of yourself.

    "compare time you need to spend writting simple PM with time i need to spend on making addons."

    What's this? Are you trying to prove anything? "make an effort to get this addon"?

    It isn't enough for you that you have made an excellent addon? You need a written appreciation from everyone now?

    You need attention? Become a MP, you'll get more than enough for much less work.

    This is why I don't download demos any more.

    "Register for free" so we could track you and crap you PC with tracking bugs

    "Give us your e-mail" so that we could send you crap and sell you data to "free scam software", "penis enlargement", "lottery winning tickets"

    If something is meant to be free, should be free with no obligation, no catches, no kiss-ass PMs or passwords. Don't like it? Copyright it and sell it.

    I bet that you made it passworded, just because. No obvious reason. Vanity maybe? Or maybe you though it is too well made just to give it away like this.

    I am overreacting perhaps but people like you just make me sick. goodnight.gif

    Now Placebo you can ban me for week or two so that I couldn't come in here even by accident.

    BTW,

    You didn't encrypted models, did you?


  2. Passwords?

    What kind of crap is that?

    Why don't you include dongle inside or require a blood sample?

    I read the readme file and there is no explanation whatsoever why should you choose such a release.

    If you release an addon publicly you shouldn't password the archive containing it. Why? Most of the people say: "f... you" and will not download it.

    If you want a limited release don't plublish the news on an open forums.

    One more thing. Passwords will not prevent it from being copied over and over again without your permission.

    This permission problem turned into a satire these days.


  3. ATI has much worse OpenGL drivers coding. I can tell you that as I use Maya and it craps out on me every now and then just because of that. I even consulted that with OmegaDrivers guy to help me out with it.

    So, if you use OpenGl applications stay away from ATI cards.


  4. Looking at the picture of a soldier I get the impression that pro 3D applications will not be supported. I am just guessing but It'd allow to kick the game to the next level for animation or its looks.

    I hope I am wrong there.

    Every editable game these days supports external non-developer based tools if I am not mistaken.

    On the update part, I get the impression of Spetznaz, Duke Forever or games "always in the update-developement-improvement" stage that never see the daylight. I understand that BIS has a need to reach perfection but in the game industry 5 years is too damn long. In such a fast paced progress, I'll see a 7800 cards or X2 CPUs in phones in two years.

    I think BIS's main concern right now is a military tools developement rather than game industry.

    Or I just had a bad day.


  5. Quote[/b] ]RICHARD BURNS

    It is with very great sadness that we must announce the death of Richard Burns, the 2001 FIA World Rally Champion. Burns, who was diagnosed with an astrocytoma, a form of brain tumour, in November 2003 passed away last night Friday 25th November peacefully. His partner Zoe, family and close friends were at his bedside.

    From the outset Richard knew that the odds were heavily against him and yet he fought his illness with bravery and good humour. Having undergone both chemotherapy and radiotherapy he was able to leave hospital in summer 2004. For a while his health showed signs of improvement but then after six months it once again began to decline. Determined not to give up, he opted for surgery earlier this year. This alleviated some of the symptoms of his illness and enabled him to remain active. At Castle Combe in August he attended a parade of the rally cars that he drove throughout his career and was touched by the warmth of the reception he received. However there was to be no miracle and in recent days he lapsed into a coma.

    The media, friends and fans are asked to respect the family’s privacy at this time. There will be a private funeral and instead of flowers the family would ask that donations be sent to Cancer Research. Anyone who would like to send messages should address them to the memorials pages on this website. www.richard-burns.co.uk/memorials

    The date of a memorial service will be announced shortly.

    Richard Burns, Age: 34

    Born: Reading, Berkshire – 17 January 1971

    memorials


  6. OFP is not stricktly GPU based. Most of the gains come from RAM (512MB is way too little) and CPU.

    Remeber when OFP was created. It doesn't support all that fancy crap the card has.

    I came from 8500 to 9800 PRO and there was little change. When I came from P4 1.4 to 3.0 and from 512MB to 2GB I can suddenly run 5000 viewdistance without hickups. Only when I set highest detail It gets down to 20 FPS or so.

    I wonder what it would be when I get my Athlon 64 X2 4800 + 4GB RAM + 2x GF7800. crazy_o.gif


  7. Just to clear a few things up.

    This was never meant to be released after TJ left BAS because of real world commitments. However, now that he has made this BETA version of the addon, it may as well stay released.

    I will make it clear that

    TJ will NOT be releasing anything else he may happen to have on his hard drive.

    BAS will NOT be releasing anything else - no SEALs, nor anything else for OFP.

    BAS will NOT be providing support for this addon. (So please don't email asking for support)

    Finally, enjoy the addon, but remember it is a BETA that was never meant to be released.

    So, ...

    What about those seals?

    crazy_o.gifrofl.gif

    Bad joke, I know.


  8. So, what's the status?

    I skipped the whole thread, only to find out what I already know -> nothing.

    It seems that PR team (if there exists any) has somewhat misconception of what a PR really is. Perhaps they mistook it for censorship.

    Well, whatever. I'll buy it when/if it comes out.


  9. I don't know if it's of any interest to you, but Autodesk (3DS Max) bought Alias (Maya).

    What this means is the end of a good quality products as Maya certainly was. Buy Maya. Now, crappy Max will destroy the industry. Sadly.

    Some creation from CG forums:

    max97co.jpg

    press release


  10. I don't know if it's of any interest to you, but Autodesk (3DS Max) bought Alias (Maya).

    What this means is the end of a good quality products as Maya certainly was. Buy Maya. Now, crappy Max will destroy the industry. Sadly.

    Some creation from CG forums:

    max97co.jpg

    press release


  11. Nice to see you're still working together.

    I remember when I used to play OFP for the first few months I had no idea what an addon was until I saw a BAS web-site. I freaked basically in awe. A frontier fell open.

    Thanks and respect BAS.


  12. All I always wanted is the realistic weapon handling in terms of:

    1. loading (Different for every weapon)

    2. Carrying position (Different for every weapon)

    3. weapon stances (sniper sitting position for example)

    4. FPS view without gun pointed out at all times but the way one would really keep it.

    5. Various aiming capabilities (SPR with sniper scope + reflex sight)

    6. realistic hits.


  13. Read it:

    Quote[/b] ]AGSS II Helo Gunner Simulator: Super-Realism for More Enemy Kills in Battle

    Posted on Thursday, September 08 @ 12:25:36 PDT by davidc

    by David Crane

    david@defensereview.com

    As a door gunner in an MH-60 helo, your crew is assigned a mission to locate and destroy escaping insurgent vehicles following an attack on a troop convoy. You look around the cockpit to make sure everything is secure before liftoff. Shortly, with the wind in your face and flying at 140 knots at tree top level, your pilot identifies and calls out an enemy target on the road ahead. You locate the target and begin firing your .50 cal at the escaping vehicle. Following your tracers and impact points, you move your line of fire onto the target. The truck carrying insurgents is destroyed. The pilot immediately calls out another target and you prepare to acquire it……Stop.

    Where are you? Are you in the Iraqi battlespace/field of operations? No, you're not. But it looks, and sounds, and feels like you are because you're inside an...

    The story is at:

    http://www.defensereview.com/modules....sid=785


  14. Another Idiotic design? Decide for yourselves.

    Quote[/b] ]KRISS of Death: Unconventional and Deadly .45 ACP Subgun Makes It's Debut

    Posted on Tuesday, September 06 @ 08:56:01 PDT by davidc

    by David Crane

    david@defensereview.com

    What do you get when you cross a car wash spray nozzle with a Thompson submachine gun? No, it's not a joke. It's a new and rather unconventional (not to mention, cool) .45-caliber (.45 ACP) subgun that attenuates/mitigates felt recoil and muzzle rise/climb--thus increasing controllability--on full-auto by putting the bore axis at or slightly below the centerline of the shooter's fist and forearm and combining that ergonomic aspect with a mechanical recoil attenuation/mitigation system. It's called the KRISS Super V Sub-machine gun, and it's brought to you by the good folks at Transformational Defense Industries (TDI), headquartered in Washington, D.C. That's more than a little ironic. Think about it--a select-fire (full-auto capable) small arm being developed in D.C., one of the most anti-legal-firearms-ownership/anti-Second Amendment cities in the country. Most likely, TDI's manufacturing facility is located outside the District (in an actual state, somewhere), and it would seem logical that their testing facility would be located somewhere in Virginia. We'll look into it.

    TDI claims that in addition to reducing felt recoil and muzzle rise on full-auto, the KRISS's unique design...

    http://www.defensereview.com/modules....sid=784


  15. Chill out guys.

    If someone doesn't understand the nessesity of respecting other people's work then it is a waste of bandwidth to make them do so.

    There are no greys here or special cases of coincedence. If something is not mine I will not touch that. I ask permission to do so. Clear as the Sun.

    I vote for closing this thread.

    I don't know if there is a point in BIS forums regulation for this but there should be at least as a proper way of conduct.

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