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  • crazycheese
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    Originally posted by V!NCENT View Post
    Games can, just like songs, paintings and books, not be replaced.
    New architecture port, forking, moding, gfx and sfx improvements, storyline, reusable gfx(lots of it), reusable code.
    I highly doubt they can not be replaced.
    Same goes to documentation.
    Painting has moved to abstract because of photography.

    I think the real reason is money required for professional and semi-professional attention. Money that can be easily found via inverse dontations(putting money on task), pidgin audio-video support via xmpp was once collected by such method.

    And problems are not constant, they are dynamic. You can either pay someone to do the job with solution shared, or do the job yourself and share. This is the major principle of opensource.

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  • crazycheese
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    Yup, don't like it, go without then, just don't bitch about lack of games on linux then.
    Watch your dirty apple mouth please.


    Im talking about commercial opensource. See Ardor and Blender as examples. There is no point in opensource system then, beside the need to boot closed source system for gaming. It not bad, but it is by far not as good as it can be.

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  • V!NCENT
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    For mouse problems;
    create a new thread to investigate the issue you are experiencing.

    Now back on topic:
    I wish there was a 'game layer'. Programs can be replaced with floss. Games can, just like songs, paintings and books, not be replaced.
    Take a look at Wine: create once, run always (in a perfect world, ofcourse).

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by loonyphoenix View Post
    No one is forcing you to buy this game You can continue only using opensource software as much as you like.

    Yup, don't like it, go without then, just don't bitch about lack of games on linux then.

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  • loonyphoenix
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    Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
    Pros are that they released it.

    Cons are for everything else. Why not opensource? For russians: "Какого черта не с открытым исходным кодом?" Albeit I doubt, original engine is closed source too.
    No one is forcing you to buy this game You can continue only using opensource software as much as you like.

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  • crazycheese
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    Pros are that they released it.

    Cons are for everything else. Why not opensource? For russians: "Какого черта не с открытым исходным кодом?" Albeit I doubt, original engine is closed source too.

    Now they release it, they will care almost zero percent for upcoming bugs, software changes etc. Program is a process, not a product!


    So my feelings are like a keg of honey with a spoon of BS in it. Although its big and tasty, I wont purchase it. I support only opensource.

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  • pingufunkybeat
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    ACtually, I have had the problem with the mouse getting "stuck" at desktop borders for quite a while now.

    starting them from an xterm session (as opposed to KDE) fixes it. I always run OpenArena from a clean xterm anyway, since KDE totally messes up mouse settings regardless of what you tell it (grrrr).

    Any ideas?

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  • NomadDemon
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    it doesnt matter, normal mouse a4tech bf 750
    i changed to another mouse, and same problem, its not mouse problem it works perfect on all other apps, it would make problems all the time if it was mouse[hardware] problem

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  • V!NCENT
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    What mouse do you have?

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  • NomadDemon
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    no, at same resolution, windowed mode also dont work, but menu works, gameplay have same problem as fullscren have :<

    i have 1280x1024 screen native resolution and iam using it all the time in every game etc

    i think is some input problem in distribution, not in game, for other guys i know, inputs works ok

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