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AluminiumTech

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    Student at Uni.

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    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit

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  1. I think a lot of their initial playerbase quit the game and most people playing the 1.0 version will be players who've never experienced the game. iirc their previous engine was really holding them back and after they changed engine they were able to make a whole load of changes a lot more quickly. Don't quote me on this but I think the new engine they're using is either Unreal or CryEngine.
  2. DayZ's development blog reports that after 5 years of development in early access, DayZ is finally leaving early access on December 13th on PC. Definitely some interesting news and I know some people will be thrilled by this. I hope the game hasn't suffered too much in terms of branding and image after being in early access for so long. Let alone the lost hype and the first impressions it made.
  3. Okay, so here's a screenshot of how I made Atom look :P.

     

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    2. vorticalbox

      vorticalbox

      @WhisperingKnickers try out vscode with tabnine ai auto complete.

       

      I use it at work.

    3. AluminiumTech

      AluminiumTech

      btw, I'm using omnisharp extension to add the awesome C# language stuff :P.

    4. WhisperingKnickers

      WhisperingKnickers

      Thanks for the recommendation @vorticalbox

  4. AluminiumTech

    Vega II trademark revealed (and cool logo as well)

    Right now there is real availability. It's just literally nobody is buying it. Power issues are solved with 7nm Vega but we won't see 7nm Vega for gamers.
  5. I finally managed to customize Atom to my liking and it's ready dank :P.

     

    I'll post screenshots later. Inb4 everybody complains it's not dark theme.

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    2. vorticalbox

      vorticalbox

      @FloRolf vs code but worse.

    3. lewdicrous

      lewdicrous

      Pics or it didn't happen

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      What is atom?

      It's a text/source editor

    4. AluminiumTech

      AluminiumTech

      @vorticalbox it's better in terms of user freedom. Atom is actually open source whilst VS Code is proprietary . vscode is open source although admitedly is not what you download from Microsoft's website.

  6. AluminiumTech

    Chromium powered Edge is also coming to macOS and Windows 7

    Being a frequent user of Brave and Firefox, I would say that Firefox *FEELS* slower even though it's probably the same. It probably feels slower because of the animation used in firefox for loading a page.
  7. @exetras You should clarify in OP that the table and information were leaked and this is not 100% confirmed.
  8. Sorry Santander, your great customer service can't make up for having terrible offerings and products.

     

     

    And I'm tired of paying a monthly to have a debit card with you.

     

    Switching my Santander to Monzo using the genius project that is the Current Account Switching Service.

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    Still keeping HSBC UK for international money transfers (Monzo says they'll fix this next year), being able to withdraw more than £300 at short notice more easily and a few other minor things, credit cards and allowing me to build my credit score in the future.

  9. AluminiumTech

    Bug with Signature and Font colour

    I noticed there's a bug with Signatures and Font colours. I tried to re-create the error as best I could whilst recording to show it. I realize it's not a particularly important bug to fix but I would appreciate it being fixed nonetheless. Thanks.
  10. I know. I'm not sure I'd be willing to pay $100 USD or the equivalent to register though. If we're talking a yearly fee (or a one off fee) of $20 or something like that I'd be fine with that.
  11. At the end of the day I think that an implementation of the Artisan system would be nice on LTT Forums. I'm not necessarily sure that charging a fee for using it is necessarily the right thing to do considering Classifieds is currently very laisez faire and doesn't take any commission on any sale.
  12. I think something like this would be a nice addition to the Classifieds Section. In classifieds if people wanted a specific service such as a custom discord bot for example then they could post a WTB with the title of the kind of service they require and others could read it and potential individuals who could offer that service could contact that person by PM to discuss and deal with the case. Alternatively, a part could be added to the user profile to allow people to register their skills and programming languages/technologies they are familiar with although I believe the first idea I mentioned in the above paragraph would be a lot easier to implement.
  13. We do. Whiskers, I and some others had a chat in a Thread in Forum feature suggestions. This isn't false information.
  14. We're not talking VS Code. We're talking Visual Studio 2019 and both have been provided training data as the article states.
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