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  1. Ah, good work, Ykkrosh! Z-sorting analogy spot on, never thought of that Will see if that opens up any new avenues for exploration. Instinctively, I do agree that the current system should work as is (ie no enduser changes required), although no idea why I think that - guess it just looks/feels close to final. { By the way, in case you're expecting rapid progress on this: my availability is a little limited, especially at weekends .. and, er, usually during the week too .. figure this isn't on any kind of critical must-fix list right now, though, so I'll just tinker away until someone poke
  2. Hmm, that's quite a lot of cases. Glad I'm not a member of the test team. Was trying to work out if I could somehow automate testing. Found the majority of visual errors are caused when two adjacent tiles can't work out the blending they're supposed to do, based on other surrounding tiles. I'm seeing cases where two tiles on an edge both think they should overlap the other, which obviously isn't correct, and could be found simply by storing which blendshape each tile/texture combination is using. Fortunately, I can find errors without having to bother doing that - might investigate how usef
  3. Got Atlas up and running this afternoon without any major problems (except wxWidgets refusing to believe wxUSE_GLCANVAS was set to 1). Also managed to duplicate the issue fairly easily; don't think it'll be quite so easy to prove it's actually fixed, sadly. Will report back when either (a) I've made progress, or ( decided it's too hard and given up.
  4. Ykkrosh, hello Think I last looked at the terrain painting sometime around 2004, so might be a little rusty. Be a nice thing to fix, but I suspect it'll take quite a bit of thinking to get right. I've got the source downloaded, so I'll have a tinker around and see if I can get anywhere.
  5. Hi folks, I'm back! See a few of the old faces are still around, hope all good. Anyway, is there anything on your TODO list I can tinker away with? (I'm praying someone's fixed up all the terrain painting bugs.)
  6. Tsk, you pesky kids Can appreciate that. Just seeking out all advice. Think to some extent age determines distance, too - it is (largely) easier to absorb higher mileage between 20 and 40 years old than in teenagers, I guess. Of course, whether your brain wants to spend endless hours trawling round the suburbs each morning - that's a different question Sorry - "inc" just shorthand for including. Set out at 8 min/mile, accelerate gradually over a couple of miles to 6:30. 3 miles at that speed, 3 mile deceleration back to 8 m.m. And yes, it's toughest session of the week I hate it ..
  7. EKen, is this easy run pace? You're obviously way faster than me, but I'm curious just how fast you run your long runs are (eg 10K race pace for me is 6:30ish, are my long runs too fast/slow?). Typical week for me: Monday: 6-7 miles @ 8:00-8:30 min/mile Tuesday: 10-12 miles @ 7:30-8:00 min/mile Wednesday: 4 miles @ 9 min/mile am, 5 miles @ 8 min/mile pm + 1 hr weights Thursday: 8 miles tempo, inc 3 miles @ 6:30 min/mile Friday: 4 miles 9 min/mile am, 6-7 miles @ 8:00-8:30 min/mile pm Saturday: 16-24 miles @ 7:30-8:00 min/miles Sunday: 1 hr circuits am Obviously, I'm (ooh, quite a bit) older
  8. You'll be wanting a Popular Culture forum, then.
  9. I've got 6 (for a total credit limit of around twice my annual (gross) salary) and a fairly hefty debt steadily building up on them. Too many holidays, I guess. Still, money: easy come, easy go. No sense getting worked up over it.
  10. Their should There erorrs should be errors Which is two errors; hence the statement itself is an error - there are only two errors in the sentence - this is the third error. Um .. so now there are three errors is the sentence, and so the sentence is correct. So my third assumption is now incorrect .. uhoh. See brain melting down soon. Best stop while I'm behind.
  11. Funders. (Maybe it's a sign I'm getting old, or because I'm English, but what's a funker?)
  12. Not a blonde joke, but .. Two fish swim into a concrete wall. One turns to the other and says: "Dam"
  13. Escaping from TurkeyFest with parents by disappearing to Eastern Europe for a week.
  14. Hmm, but Bruce was in click-flick supreme The Story of Us. And Disney's The Kid. And he was the voice of one of the Rugrats in the film. I thought Mel's only (recent) chick-flick was What Women Want? I wouldn't consider We Were Soldiers, The Patriot or Payback to be chick flicks. Maybe I've missed some. Still go with Bruce though. Die Hard alone makes the decision easy.
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