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59 minutes agoIt may depend on the game, but the intended aspect ratio is 4:3 with non-square pixels. Compare Duke 3D's loading screen (#3281) as the 320x200 ART tile, and in-game in EDuke32 in a 4:3 resolution.
Yesterday, 10:45 PM
Yesterday, 10:40 PMClassic Shell continually strikes me as stupid. Let's play a game of "what's wrong with this picture".
Anyone claiming "no breadcrumbs" is a feature is full of shit. Breadcrumbs more than supplant the Up button, so we can get rid of that too.
Technically "full path an icon in the title bar" can't hurt since it's blank by default. But if you look a just a few dozen pixels down and to the right, you see a duplicate set of the exact same icon and path. You would need a brick for a brain to not see how that makes the interface unappealing.
"Customizable toolbar provides access to common operations". Jesus. Not only is that thing an eyesore, but you know what provides 100% better access? Keyboard and mouseclick shortcuts!
"The status bar shows free space and total size of the selection". Big whoop. The default status bar shows number of items selected, file type, file icon, file type description, date modified, date created, and file size. Everything but free space, but you don't need free space stats shown all the time.
Welcome to Windows 2000. Seriously.
Personally, I use StartIsBack+ on my Win8.1 laptop. Worth every penny.
Yesterday, 06:24 AMSince the menu is being worked on, what about a command to add custom options? So if there is any custom option, there will be a Miscellaneous Options entry under Option with all custom options.
Definitely not. You'll be able to define and modify menus properly. No hacks. Lua only. And user modification of menus is not at all being worked on beyond making sure my code has the potential for it.
Yesterday, 05:14 AMPerhaps they didn't know how to crack pkcrypto and neither Jim nor Frank remembered the password. Or they didn't bother looking on the CDs it came from.