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  1. Ah, too bad, maybe next year. Thanks for looking...

    Ah, too bad, maybe next year. Thanks for looking this up for me.
  2. So, is this a yes? According to Wikipedia...

    So, is this a yes?

    According to Wikipedia the HD 3200 has RS780 UVD.
  3. Would this also work with a Radeon HD 3200? I...

    Would this also work with a Radeon HD 3200?

    I have an old mainboard with an onboard HD 3200, I could use that for a HTPC.
  4. You don't need a plugin infrastructure for that....

    You don't need a plugin infrastructure for that. A simple dlopen(3) can be used to check if the wrapper library is available and if it is, it will be used to open the file dialog, else the default...
  5. A very cheap excuse, couldn't you come up with...

    A very cheap excuse, couldn't you come up with something better which is not so obviously just a petty excuse? They could easily create a small wrapper library which is linked against the c++ stack...
  6. Is this sarcasm or are you serious? Qt 1.0 was...

    Is this sarcasm or are you serious? Qt 1.0 was released in 1996, which gave them about 18 years to implement support for that file selector.

    This is not an issue of not having enough time, but it...
  7. +1 The arrogance of the GTK developers, who...

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    The arrogance of the GTK developers, who can not even be bothered to implement support for other fileselection dialogs, makes every day an application switches to Qt a good day.

    We are at a...
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    I don't think sarmad's question was unreasonable....

    I don't think sarmad's question was unreasonable. Android is basically just the Dalvik Virtual Machine, a Java API, a Kernel API and the Bionic libc.

    It would be an insane amount of work but it...
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    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh, shit. I updated too, damn it.

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh, shit. I updated too, damn it.
  10. Just because you don't like it, it does not make...

    Just because you don't like it, it does not make it irrelevant nor false information.
  11. What's your problem? The topic of the article is...

    What's your problem? The topic of the article is "NVIDIA Continues Beating Other Vendors On OpenGL Support". You might not like it, but it is what it is. The only vendor providing fast and stable...
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    I've been using XBMC on Linux since its very...

    I've been using XBMC on Linux since its very first Linux release. Haven't had any problems for years now. Also I'm using the official XBMC PPA for Ubuntu 12.04.
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    Dude, you are barking at the wrong tree, I don't...

    Dude, you are barking at the wrong tree, I don't have anything against Windows. I just found it odd that anyone would post his Windows problems on the Phoronix forums.
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    As a senior member with 566 posts you should...

    As a senior member with 566 posts you should know.



    No, I'm using a Nvidia card for my media center pc. XBMC works quite well with VDPAU.
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't DXVA the...

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't DXVA the DirectX Video Acceleration API from Microsoft?

    I don't think anyone in this forum cares about broken DXVA support. Why do you run Windows on a media...
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    The one who was pushing for this was Stalin: ...

    The one who was pushing for this was Stalin:



    So please stop with your ridiculous theories.

    You might not like DRM, but until you can show some numbers which prove that DRM reduces revenue...
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    Yes that's probably true, but it's not relevant...

    Yes that's probably true, but it's not relevant here. I agree that probably noone will buy a game solely because it has DRM. However the real question is:

    How much pirating gets prevented by DRM...
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    Did you even read that article? You call...

    Did you even read that article?



    You call them morons because they wanted to avoid imprisonment? Are you serious?
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    No, I'm simply assuming that the business...

    No, I'm simply assuming that the business managers of a whole industry have a much better insight into their business than a random forum guy. If it helps your view of the world, you can continue to...
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    If DRM had a negative impact on sales, they would...

    If DRM had a negative impact on sales, they would have abandoned it long ago. So it either has no impact on sales at all or it has a positive one. As it costs money to develop or buy a good DRM, it...
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