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    You're joking, right? They have the worst support...

    You're joking, right? They have the worst support in the history of ever.

    The game you bought doesn't even work? Tough. No returns.

    We think that you violated our TOS? Tough, we block all your...
  2. I still prefer Windows. Linux has a very long way...

    I still prefer Windows. Linux has a very long way to go to be ready for gaming. I actually believe that it will never get there, due to the drivers (even NVidia's drivers are piss-poor compared to...
  3. No SMPlayer = no, thanks.

    No SMPlayer = no, thanks.
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    What?! Are you blind? It's not more blurry. The...

    What?! Are you blind? It's not more blurry. The color is washed out, more transparent.

    The bug has NOTHING to do with being blurry.
  5. They most probably joined in order to do damage...

    They most probably joined in order to do damage and sabotaging everything. This is MS we're talking about here.
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    I don't want full hinting. Fonts look bad with...

    I don't want full hinting. Fonts look bad with it. Qt 5 is broken. Freetype renders slight hinted fonts just fine, and therefore Qt 5 should also render them fine. Since it doesn't, there's...
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    All fonts are broken. Both TrueType and OpenType:...

    All fonts are broken. Both TrueType and OpenType:

    https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-37749

    as well as PCF:

    https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-28739

    To get TT/OT...
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    Qt 5 still has broken font rendering under Linux,...

    Qt 5 still has broken font rendering under Linux, after all this time. And nobody at Qt cares.

    After Digia got hold of it, Linux support isn't very important anymore.
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    Does it run Crysis?

    Does it run Crysis?
  10. This is actually good. The law says that if you...

    This is actually good. The law says that if you don't enforce your trademarks, you lose them. Well, time to enforce it then, no?
  11. No, I wasn't kidding. Steam is just too...

    No, I wasn't kidding. Steam is just too convenient. It is the most convenient way of managing games that I ever came across. I just click on the game, done. I don't have to manage anything. No...
  12. Nah, thanks. I prefer my games on Steam. They...

    Nah, thanks. I prefer my games on Steam. They just download, run and update automatically. Installers are so 90's....

    Maybe if their forthcoming client can compete with that, then maybe.
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    Nothing. But the VLC GUI is attrocious. It's...

    Nothing. But the VLC GUI is attrocious.

    It's either SMPlayer for me, or nothing. I don't really care that SMPlayer uses mplayer. All I care about is the SMPlayer GUI. So it's not a question about...
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    Good luck with building that mess.

    Good luck with building that mess.
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    It's probably because MPV wants to remain obscure...

    It's probably because MPV wants to remain obscure with no one using it :-P
  16. I guess it's a chance for Firefox to pick up the...

    I guess it's a chance for Firefox to pick up the ball that Google Chrome dropped. Chrome simply raised a giant middle finger to Linux users when they switched away from Gtk. They now use their own...
  17. The defined behavior is useless. Everyone out...

    The defined behavior is useless. Everyone out there relies on the undefined one.
  18. In a sane world, the library used by applications...

    In a sane world, the library used by applications should not matter at all to end users. The only difference should be in the output of 'ldd'.

    Since quite a few projects started switching away...
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    Ah, "sales," yes. The events where games are sold...

    Ah, "sales," yes. The events where games are sold at the price that they should have been sold at in the first place. "Digital distribution will result in games selling for $10 on release, because of...
  20. Nope. It corrupts the filesystem. It's buggy as...

    Nope. It corrupts the filesystem. It's buggy as hell and sometimes reads garbage. The real problem is the garbage written to the filesystem structs though.
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