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Talking to have FUN

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 in title: We're here

 
 by novomente on: May 30 2009
 
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in comment: it's working


in signature: it's here
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 Comment works, message not

 
 by novomente on: May 30 2009
 
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See? In comment you can write directly this: It's working

but in private message you cannot write it because it shows this: It\'s working


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 klsjf hlskfjhslf

 
 by novomente on: May 31 2009
 
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How can I delete this group?


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 ARTWORK TAGS

 
 by novomente on: Jun 21 2009
 
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ARTWORK TAGS - I mean if any upload would have for example 20 (maximum) TAGs freely customizable by uploader and by which anybody can search or browse artworks, that would be great. Also it would be useful searching in and browsing the TAGs themselves. And if TAGs will have some 'often searched' score (something like Google suggestions) it would be great.

I know this is not new idea, but it would make this site more cool.


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 FUNNY JOKE

 
 by novomente on: Aug 16 2009
 
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DO YOU WANT TO LAUGH? HERE YOU CAN FIND SOME FUNNY JOKE PICTURE (click on the link):

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=108877

Well I guess that Apollo project used predecessor of Microsoft software. While Linux penguins are always one step ahead. :)


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 GAMES GAMES

 
 by novomente on: Aug 16 2009
 
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Hi. Hallo. Hey. Guten Tag. Bueno. Bonjour. 7PNBET.

Do you play games? Lot of games works on Linux in Wine. And you need not Cedega. It's just WOOHOO!


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 Re: GAMES GAMES

 
 by Padster on: Aug 18 2009
 
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wine runs half life 2 really well, but mint sucks with wine. i have mint on 2 pcs and ubuntu on this one, so i run cs:cz here and mods and stuff.

i really like urban terror, too.


Dont panic.
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 Re: Re: GAMES GAMES

 
 by novomente on: Aug 19 2009
 
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2 weeks ago I finished NIBIRU. Now I play Tomb Raider - Anniversary. It works well on Ubuntu 9.04 with wine. Tomorrow I try Half-Life Orange Box with Portal and Team Fortress (and of course HL2). :)


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 whatta f...

 
 by novomente on: Aug 17 2009
 
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This group was created on May 30 2009. But it was named 'test' cuz I made it for testing purpose. Then I changed it little bit later and this time (Aug 2009) it is meant for free discussions about anything so...

bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla ............... :)

And hey, Google is working on it's own Linux based operating system. Will then be games widely created for Linux?

jajaja


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 games suck...

 
 by TheRob on: Aug 19 2009
 
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...they are a total waste of time.


\\\\\\\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\\\\\\\" -Denis Leary
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 Re: games suck...

 
 by novomente on: Aug 19 2009
 
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It depends on what kind of games. Shooters (most wide) - for switching off your head. Puzzle games - for morning warm up (depends on difficulty). But what about not much known games interesting in its ideas.

like this one:
http://www.ratloop.com/?games/mightier

or how about chat sci-fi:
http://www.bigbluecup.com/games.php?action=detail&id=1059 should be better AI though


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 Re: games suck...

 
 by 5er on: Aug 19 2009
 
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A total waste of electricity too. And they warm the processors and spin the fans producing jet engine sounds.
...But I still like them.


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 Re: games suck...

 
 by novomente on: Aug 20 2009
 
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Mostly I play games for fun and relaxation. Sometimes when I cannot get to sleep - because my head is very busy - I just play a game and then can more easily fall asleep.

Note: Yesterday I successfully installed Half-Life 2 Orange Box on Ubuntu 9.04 with Wine. All games work well (inlcuding Portal and Team Fortress). Running Half-Life required to add launch options (like: -dxlevel 80). Installation is faster when copying both DVDs to harddrive and installing from hdd.


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 Re: games suck...

 
 by novomente on: Aug 20 2009
 
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Mostly I play games for fun and relaxation. Sometimes when I cannot get to sleep - because my head is very busy - I just play a game and then can more easily fall asleep.

Note: Yesterday I successfully installed Half-Life 2 Orange Box on Ubuntu 9.04 with Wine. All games work well (inlcuding Portal and Team Fortress). Running Half-Life required to add launch options (like: -dxlevel 80). Installation is faster when copying both DVDs to harddrive and installing from hdd.


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 Re: Re: games suck...

 
 by cb2k on: Aug 27 2009
 
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Nah Games are cool - I have gxmame arcade installed and love playing hundreds of the original classic arcade games - can't beat it.... now all I have to do is re-configure the cursed controller again meh... this group is an off topic oasis ;p


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