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(Not saying they are the same nowadays, just an observation, FWIW.)
Agreed. Although nano is a pico clone, which is a poll option.
May want to move this to the warhammer forums, but it depends on your video card. If you have lower than 512 it won't let you use the video ram as a buffer since the video card probably needs that ram to handle graphical processing.
They used to let you, but it would cause other issues like low texture qualities and anomalies.
p.s. Damn Faw, a 5 digit Slashdot ID.
heh whats up Taurath and Faw, Caliber here. Order Engineer.
Be wary of those Gravy Bombs though.
Signed. The Pie Assassin
But aye. A keep door buff/debuff list gets long as hell when 40 players are beating on it.
I dunno about all the people saying too bad Warhammer didn't beat WOW or something similar, as if WOW is just gonna fall over dead after Warhammer was released. Our server (Vortex) is active as hell and we have a great community on the forums. I'll take a small group of good players over a massive influx of whiny brats any day of the week.
"An I.P. address is assigned to every computer on the Internet. Each time that computer sends an e-mailâ"or is used to make a purchase via a Web browserâ"it has to reveal its I.P. address, which tells its geographic location.
1.) Not every computer gets a public IP address. Most normal PCs just sit on a RFC1918 network, and usually the router gets the "public" IP. This can be one computer, or fifty.
2.) IP may equal the geographic location of your network, or it can be the location of a proxy, which can be anywhere.
This is the kind of thinking that leads to IP = smoking gun. And FWIW obtaining the IP of anyone is trivial if you really wanted to. This guy makes it sound like it's some secret "Where's Waldo's Network" game.