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    ReactOS is welcome here! There's nothing...

    ReactOS is welcome here!

    There's nothing inherently wrong with Win32 (well except for some weird details that can be fixed in this project). The problem with Windows always has been more related...
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    Well obviously I did read his blog post (which I...

    Well obviously I did read his blog post (which I found very insightful) and I guessed from the last name libv wasn't an American. But that was my point; it seems we are being influenced far, far to...
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    @libv: What is your stance/opinion on 'clean...

    @libv: What is your stance/opinion on 'clean room' reverse engineering? In this particular case (or otherwise)?

    I find it a really disturbing thought that there are people afraid of learning...
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    This. I know many folks will probably disagree...

    This.

    I know many folks will probably disagree with me, but I also feel it is a poor thing to do. There's plenty of fragmentation at distro scale already. I always suggest Linux newbies to install...
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    GPUs are no longer as sloppy as they used to be....

    GPUs are no longer as sloppy as they used to be. All modern GL HW implementations by now have things like exact rasterization of lines, texture filtering (finally) worked out, and is consistent. Even...
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    Wow, you are either confusing the Pi with...

    Wow, you are either confusing the Pi with something else, or utterly clueless (or a troll). I've been doing extensive floaty things on the Pi anyway. It loves floats, and eats them fast (especially...
  7. If you don't know what's wrong with the photo,...

    If you don't know what's wrong with the photo, then I can't help you. You just don't get it. It is the *context* dude. It might have been ok for a review, but not *this* story. The idea is all about...
  8. I once hoped this site could replace Slashdot,...

    I once hoped this site could replace Slashdot, where the every thread on this topic results into a flamewar. Even though on any other topic, those same posters are polite and thoughtful. Something...
  9. Reminds me to get a new mouse pad, one that's...

    Reminds me to get a new mouse pad, one that's easier to clean. The east is coffee stained, a gray mist of fungus covers the south-east end, and mushrooms have taken over the entire north-west corner!
  10. You're confused. Please read my earlier post in...

    You're confused. Please read my earlier post in this thread. As I mentioned earlier, I've coded a windowing/GUI library before, surely that would qualify as a 'power user'?
    I also think it is very...
  11. @gens: I do know there's a shortcut key for...

    @gens:

    I do know there's a shortcut key for this, but 1) this requires unnecessary extra user action (keyboard), and 2) most users simply don't know this. Especially those coming from Windows, or...
  12. Is it currently possible to resize windows with...

    Is it currently possible to resize windows with ease in KDE? I'm still looking for a WM/DE that allows me to resize windows without going on a pixel hunt. With easy I mean having at least 4 pixels...
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    Another solution looking for a problem. Why throw...

    Another solution looking for a problem. Why throw away a concept that has worked fine for ~50 years?

    Now here's a problem that needs fixing: 33% of my Linux UI surface area is useless whitespace....
  14. Correction: I of course meant to say "even when...

    Correction: I of course meant to say "even when lossy codec is set to best quality".

    PS: It is really annoying edits are only allowed in the first few minutes after posting here. One often doesn't...
  15. But it's good for this sort of stuff. There are...

    But it's good for this sort of stuff. There are plenty efficient/optimized video compression schemes/formats to choose from, if you care about storage/bandwidth efficiency. But they all suck for GIF...
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    The problem is that .NET and C# are Microsoft...

    The problem is that .NET and C# are Microsoft products, and this scares people. MS products only last ~5 years before they are deprecated or abandoned by MS. I haven't bothered touching .NET/C# for...
  17. I hate google, but damn yes I fully agree with...

    I hate google, but damn yes I fully agree with this. Linux needs proper disk labeling. I've never been able to install Linux on a machine properly because there's no reliable way to identify the...
  18. Agreed, but it's the same on Windows really. ...

    Agreed, but it's the same on Windows really.

    At first FXAA seemed like a very good final AA solution. But I've grown to dislike it. It is an ugly hack compared to MSAA IMO. It has some advantages...
  19. Relax guys. Just because this driver is included...

    Relax guys. Just because this driver is included doesn't mean it adds bloat. Some drivers are really simple (a few hundred lines of code in a single header file), and proportionally add more in...
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    And I would like to add to my earlier comment:...

    And I would like to add to my earlier comment: there are of course plenty sensible males who totally agree with the cause of gender equality. Please speak up (as I did above) whenever these flamewars...
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