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    Thready reacted to PaleschiVII in Anyone want to game with a guy with social anxiety?   
    Always wanted to give ESO a try. I'll add you up on Steam when I'm finished work. Time difference might make it awkward but I'm sure we'll manage somehow!
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    Thready reacted to emosun in black screen half second   
    Unplugging a cable wont produce the same results as a bad cable as you are disconnecting every single pin instead of just one.
     
    Try a better cable. Hdmi cables can easily do this with 4k 60 setups
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    Thready reacted to Trinopoty in Anyone want to game with a guy with social anxiety?   
    I've been looking into getting back into ESO. Maybe we can play sometime.
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    Thready reacted to LogicalDrm in Best photo mode games?   
    With beefy PC, there's Cities: Skylines with some mods for better graphics, and even more tools for better camera controls (besides the existing photomode). And you probably could find shared save games so you don't even need to build anything, just have base game and some DLCs. But maybe wait until its on sale next.
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    Thready reacted to Arika S in I had an account from 2013 with a bronze office builder sticker I think   
    that's all you need to do a password reset.
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    Thready reacted to lewdicrous in I had an account from 2013 with a bronze office builder sticker I think   
    Have you tried resetting the password on either the forum account or email?
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    Thready reacted to wkdpaul in I had an account from 2013 with a bronze office builder sticker I think   
    mods can't do anything about lost acocunts.
     
    @Thready please use the "Forum Support" link in the footer
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    Thready reacted to LogicalDrm in I had an account from 2013 with a bronze office builder sticker I think   
    Yup, and if we don't have any information (username mainly) of previous account, we have no way of finding it either. Only admin has access to database which more advanced search tools.
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    Thready reacted to SolarNova in Good IPS monitor for graphic design & illustration.   
    It really doesnt matter what u get, for that budget not only will it not be great, it wont be calibrated.
     
    ur better of using what ever display u have now, and spend that money on a calibrator.
    Your current monitor, no matter how poor, once calibrated to under a delta e of 2,  will be better than an uncalibrated monitor even if that monitor has 20% higher color gamut coverage.
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    Thready reacted to Radium_Angel in Good IPS monitor for graphic design & illustration.   
    It's less of the monitor, and more of the hardware calibration tool (if you are serious about your work, anyway)
    https://www.creativebloq.com/features/best-monitor-calibrator
     
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    Thready reacted to _CaLico_ in Good IPS monitor for graphic design & illustration.   
    Well for that budget you dont have many choises to begin with honestly...I'm currently looking for an IPS 2k (decent srgb reproduction) monitor myself, with a $200 budget and all I could find is:
     
    Lenovo L24q-30 for $164 (there are also a lot of variants for this one P24h-10, T24i-10, etc.
    This one looks great on paper but havnt been able to  find many reviews so far.
     
    DELL P2416D for $140 (refubrished).
    This is an awsome monitor, love Dell panels and stand. Not a fan of huge bezels but for the price...
    The only reason I havnt bought this one, I'm a bit worried about buying a used monitor from 2015, not sure how IPS monitors age honestly.
     
    On a side note about the calibration, I cant afford calibration equipment (and even if I could it would be a waste) but here we have calibration services, you can hire a guy who has the hardware to come and calibrate your monitors for like $15/20 per monitor. In my company this is done yearly.
     
    Hope it helps
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    Thready reacted to Oshino Shinobu in I had an account from 2013 with a bronze office builder sticker I think   
    Message one of the moderators, they may be able to help or point you in the right direction.
     
    https://linustechtips.com/staff/
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    Thready reacted to gloop in Best photo mode games?   
    Red Dead 2 has a superb photo mode. Game looks so good someone tricked their screenshot into appearing on a news station’s nature photography showcase. 
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    Thready reacted to Treebsquire in Best photo mode games?   
    Horizon Zero Dawn and Shadow of the Tomb Raider have the best photo modes I've seen so far.
     
    Any game that supports Nvidia ansel is also great fun for taking shots. Shadow of mordor, Cyberpunk and Batman have good photo modes but they focus the camera on the main character so harder to take good shots.
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    Thready reacted to jaslion in Best photo mode games?   
    Oh yeah pretty forgiving. Of course if you miss a jump by a long shot you will fall but wander has a pretty big soft snapping radius when you hold grab. Just gotta watch out you don't run out of stamina when holding on.
     
    Also for how I messed up. You use grab to climb on everything the whole game and well me being dumb was like ok so I jump against the colossus but why am I not getting on all whilst ya know NOT pressing the grab button :p. Spent hours trying everything and then well a quick google on the old slow internet later. Hold r2 to win 😛 aka do what ya have been doing up till now idiot :p.
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    Thready reacted to jaslion in Best photo mode games?   
    It seems hard but really it's about figuring out the puzzle behind the colossus you are fighting and once you do that it's pretty straight forward. The game has pretty darn forgivable timing and my 8 year old little brother basically played it as his second 3d game after sonic dx and did pretty ok so I'd say it's a pretty easy game. It's mainly meant to have an emotional impact on you so yeah they didn't make it too hard so you don't get stuck. At worst you have to google what you have to do like I had to do on colossus nr 4 where I was just too dumb to hold down the button even tho that is literally the most obvious solution ever :p.
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    Thready reacted to Brok3n But who cares? in Best photo mode games?   
    Forza horizon 4. The mechanics for taking a photo are pretty basic and intuitive, but there's a lot of different cars, and a lot of unique and beautiful locations around the map. However, You might have to grind the game for several hours just to take a photo of a specific car you want, so beware of that. 
    Ghost of Tsushima, Death stranding, and RDR 2 are also quite good.
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    Thready reacted to jaslion in Best photo mode games?   
    I liked the photo mode in shadow of the colossus.
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    Thready reacted to rickeo in Best photo mode games?   
    Cyberpunk 2077
    Horizon Zero Dawn
    ... probably many others.
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    Thready reacted to PlayStation 2 in Best photo mode games?   
    Forza Horizon 4. That is all.
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    Thready reacted to MrBrightSyde in Aresgame PSU any good   
    Without knowing the specs, it's kind of hard to recommend a PSU, but if the nephew is using a low budget build, and going by the price point you are looking at, something like the Apevia Prestige 600w is 54.99 on Amazon. Has a noisy fan though, and personally, I would recommend spending the $15 more for a 550w Corsair CX since it's better quality, and the customer service is pretty good.
     
     
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    Thready reacted to seon123 in Aresgame PSU any good   
    588W on the 12V rail, which indicates it doesn't have DC-DC. So no, it's a crappy, low end PSU
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    Thready reacted to LogicalDrm in easiest way for friends to read my story   
    -> Moved to Programs, Apps and Websites
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    Thready reacted to akio123008 in easiest way for friends to read my story   
    If you use Word on your PC, and you're logged into a microsoft account on that instance of Word, you can use autosave into a shared document. Sort of like using Word online (the MS version of google documents) except you're using the offline app so you don't have to log in every time.
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    Thready reacted to unsorted in easiest way for friends to read my story   
    Write with LibreOffice.
    Export to PDF.
    Email PDF.
     
    As mentioned above, PDF is pretty universal.
     
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