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No.9862

This is a thread for discussing TiTS and other games, I guess. And developing games. And stuff.

The attached swf is hilarious and I highly recommend the show for absolutely everyone.

Despite this being a TiTS thread barely anyone here plays TiTS.

For further information on the game, I recommend you go here to ask.

https://forum.fenoxo.com/forums/trials-in-tainted-space.8/

Information

>FAQ

https://dragontamer8740.gitlab.io/faq/

>Mobile Builds

>BOOBS Changlog

https://gitgud.io/Blank/BOOBS/blob/master/Changelog.md

>Minerva

USE THIS MODIFIED MINERVA SAVE EDITOR if you want to use the online version.

It's now got a java-based tiny local web server included, in order to make it work in Chrome locally. Instructions are in the README.

https://mega.nz/#!30gTyCCK!GFy7E3yrlkpUbA9yFMZpSinlT1BiO6Xn1Ykpc50b-Cw

If you would like my custom mobile CoC, CoC-Mod, other CoC mods, or other builds, just ask.

TiTS:

https://mega.nz/#F!gVtmUSwL!6XJNR4WoChvGyZBJxp44Ag

BOOBS

https://mega.nz/#F!NioFASwS!5orkPU1xHW0ns0KnQdSjxA

Nimin:

https://mega.nz/#!qh4CFb6J!mWG1SJjrUeqP2ZLT9Y6TBP9DxynwZrRz-ckmUpSzgDM

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No.41668

File: ff91701600ccfca⋯.swf (3.71 MB, osrs.swf)

If you've played OSRS (old school runescape) you might understand

No.41670

>>41667

>did not realized that mako's IQ didn't increased

holy fuck how did I missed that

No.41671

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No.41672

File: 4a9e2aed6fdeb29⋯.swf (357.61 KB, loituma_1.swf)

>>41670

It was a split second clip. I thought lots might not have, which is probably why I screengrabbed it.

Ah, memories.

No.41673

MS-DOS 6.00.0204 beta with source code

https://mega.nz/#!egh2SKDK!YtCPv74I1NVHGFTrwAvvEEh-iW1HiI3G1UVD2OLMoME

Not that anyone asked.

No.41674

No.41675

lines 2213-2249 of includes/creation.as

public function setRivalGender(sex:int = 0):void{	if(sex == 1) {		chars["RIVAL"].short = "Jack";		chars["RIVAL"].cockVirgin = false;		chars["RIVAL"].vaginalVirgin = true;		chars["RIVAL"].analVirgin = false;		chars["RIVAL"].createCock();		chars["RIVAL"].cocks[0].cLengthRaw = 12;		chars["RIVAL"].cocks[0].cThicknessRatioRaw = 1.5; // Was cLength, I'm assuming this was supposed to be the thickness ratio		chars["RIVAL"].balls = 2;		chars["RIVAL"].ballSizeRaw = 2;		chars["RIVAL"].femininity = 25;		chars["RIVAL"].hipRatingRaw -= 2;		chars["RIVAL"].buttRatingRaw -= 2;			}	else {		chars["RIVAL"].short = "Jill";		chars["RIVAL"].cockVirgin = true;		chars["RIVAL"].vaginalVirgin = false;		chars["RIVAL"].analVirgin = true;		chars["RIVAL"].vaginas = new Array();		chars["RIVAL"].createVagina();		chars["RIVAL"].vaginas[0].hymen = true;		chars["RIVAL"].vaginas[0].clits = 1;		chars["RIVAL"].vaginas[0].wetnessRaw = 1;		chars["RIVAL"].vaginas[0].loosenessRaw = 1;		chars["RIVAL"].vaginas[0].bonusCapacity = 0;		chars["RIVAL"].breastRows[0].breastRatingRaw = 4;		chars["RIVAL"].femininity = 75;		chars["RIVAL"].hipRatingRaw += 2;		chars["RIVAL"].buttRatingRaw += 2;	}	flags["RIVALCONFIGURED"] = 1;}

No.41676

>>41674

not related but rest in peace boobs since the boob-man hasn't uploaded.

f95 says it crashes and removing content is stupid, i don't have the willpower to check but i agree with the latter.

P.S breath of the wild is fun lance, i recommend playing it whenever you get up to date with hardware.

P.P.S a new switch is gonna come out soon, i feel like it's more your speed since its specifically handheld.

No.41677

>>41676

>not related but rest in peace boobs since the boob-man hasn't uploaded.

I am currently right in the middle of creating the new release (on a staging branch becuase why polute master with in-progress changes and nearly force myself to do everything in a single commit which has caused issues in the past).

>f95 says it crashes and removing content is stupid, i don't have the willpower to check but i agree with the latter.

From the WIP changelog

>After some thought I have decided to not remove optional dick content for NPC's even if it is the vast majority of their content. I will instead plan to add a few toggles (ideally one to disabled/hide dickgirls and another to just disable/hide their dick. However the first is likely a lot more fesable.)

Shekka's unwanted dick line is still removed.

As for the crashes in Breedwell, they should also be happening on the vanilla game as that section is unchaged from vanilla. However it is possbile that the areolae descrption is called but does not exist in the mod due to adding 'Areolove transformative #4' and the passage did not exist at the time the MR was created.

No.41678

File: 9b8954da7e0b564⋯.jpg (76.93 KB, 1080x1041, 360:347, 01.jpg)

>>41677

>I have decided to not remove optional dick content for NPC's

No.41679

>>41677

works for me

i would far rather optional content isn't removed, putting that effort into de-dicking futas separately is much more worthwhile than removing stuff that isn't even mandatory

good luck

No.41680

>>41679

It's a shame that there isn't some sort of base game that the faggots could play instead, with all of that content.

No.41681

>>41680

I don't understand how adding a toggle is somehow worse than completely removing it. It had the exact same effect for those that want the dick paths removed, but also leaves it open for those that want it.

No.41682

>>41675

that's a big dick

>>41676

>P.S breath of the wild is fun lance, i recommend playing it whenever you get up to date with hardware.

That's the one game I want a switch for, but it has to be one with an exploitable bootloader for under $200 first. No.41684 >>41681 I'm just disappointed to see yet another game dev cave to the outrage of the Rainbow Reich (stemming from that godforsaken forum no less, I presume), and alter their plans. The base game is absolutely overflowing with dicks, but the moment someone comes along and says 'Hey, maybe we can mod this for normal people', it's suddenly 'How dare you stop me from sucking dick in your entirely separate mod that I never have to download.' Once Fen realizes he's behind the times, I'm sure he'll start filling the game with watermelon people too, and no one will be left to prevent another Syri. No.41685 >>41684 so your mad about it not being entirely removed from the game while also being angry about having the option to toggle it off? No.41686 >>41685 >so your mad >while also being angry You always assume I'm mad, and I just don't understand it at all. It's a game that I have not played in three years now; a game that I have no intention of ever playing again, short of a total rewrite. It took me almost half an hour to write that post because I'm giving this thread occasional glances between beer and weeb shit. I've probably spent more time watching the Royal Wedding than playing this game, and I don't even remember the guy's name. But every time I have an opinion other than "that's just peachy lad" you assume I'm actually mad. Astounding. >while also being angry about having the option to toggle Daedal, champ, not once did I ever say anything about the toggles. Never, total crickets. My only opinion about toggles is that it sounds entirely like hollow appeasement, attempting to placate everyone without satisfying anyone. "With every half-effective half measure, half the people remain half pleased." The guy shouldn't even give a shit about what I think (and I presume he doesn't), because I am not at all his target audience. The art in that game pairs with dinner about as well as a Liveleak marathon. No.41687 File: 7e205c16573f75a⋯.jpg (84.09 KB, 1000x929, 1000:929, Kirby.jpg) >>41686 >attempting to placate everyone without satisfying anyone seems like it's a pretty satisfying solution, though. who's not satisfied? you? but you have no stake in this as you don't play the game, so I don't get it No.41688 File: e14a2c80a85990c⋯.jpg (1.81 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, wiis.jpg) I'm back to my old haunts Also I got another wii free. Pretty sweet price. No.41689 File: ba11e75378f31f1⋯.jpg (39.36 KB, 640x517, 640:517, tCuw1Ok.jpg) File: a3e0ea02de584da⋯.jpg (22.91 KB, 460x433, 460:433, 38kXwJn.jpg) No.41690 >>41689 After adding in https://github.com/OXOIndustries/TiTS-Public/pull/206 locally (except for a couple of newline changes) I get 'classes/UIComponents/ButtonTray.as: Error: A file found in a source-path can not have more than one externally visible definition. classes.UIComponents:ButtonTray;classes.UIComponents:buttonPageGoNext;classes.UIComponents:buttonPageGoPrev' when attempting to compile. It might just be a local issue. Even after re-using build-apk.bat, modifiying it accordingly (even cp'ng openjdk-1.8.0_202 to /home/USER/drive_c/Program Files) the process still fails. Commenting the mappings out with '::', 'REM' and 'echo' have so far failed, thanks mircosoft. No.41691 File: 91c1cd9f2b61f5b⋯.png (13.51 KB, 1152x64, 18:1, Screenshot_20190711-103508.png) Just gonna leave this here No.41692 >>41688 why do you need 2 No.41693 File: 735bb43b2dd8372⋯.jpg (3.37 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, wrt54g.jpg) >>41692 two's a good number Pictured: my 7 port slow LAN switch made from daisychained routers No.41694 >>41693 BTW, I hate that linksys is trying to segment their market by forcing people to use signed firmware on any of their cheaper offerings and upcharging people for wanting to practice their rights with hardware they buy No.41695 >>41690 Hm Well first you need to actually build an AIR SWF before messing with building an apk. And you need Windows Java in your wine install. No.41696 File: 8968d71f47fe513⋯.jpg (486.78 KB, 1977x828, 659:276, two.jpg) Re-cloning my repo now to try the SWF build portion myself, btw. >>41691 Yeah I saw that No.41697 >>41690 It built fine for me, cloning straight from my repo. Also, you can just download it as a patch file and apply to the upstream public code base wget https://patch-diff.githubusercontent.com/raw/OXOIndustries/TiTS-Public/pull/206.diffcd source-dirpatch -p1 < 206.diff No.41698 Once you've successfully made an AIR build (buildAIRSWF.sh): Your .bat needs to contain something like set "PATH=Z:\path\to\FlashDevelop-plus-fl-libs-flex-AIR\Apps\flexairsdk\4.6.0+30.0.0\bin;C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_211\bin" Where you can get the path to '4.6.0+30.0.0' or whatever AIR version you're using by cd'ing into 'flexairsdk' and running winepath -w "$(readlink -f '4.6.0+30.0.0')"
You'll also need your java path, obviously. If you extract to somewhere else, update the PATH variable accordingly.

You'll need to install the JRE under wine using, for example, one of these links:

Or mirrored here so you don't need a login

64-bit windows:

https://mega.nz/#!ipQF0Aab!HiMvVBe1p48aufmmmkNjtBFOicxb0VfeubLyu6GJ-80

32-bit windows:

https://mega.nz/#!KkRHjaab!yp8a5F48c_HvpCf11AqbUsWr5Ff9ILgSq8Q1ijlNOsc

Then you need to run the .sh script, which will invoke the .bat script and then re-sign the APK (which is sort of a hack). Errors will be written to log.txt, or ipalog.txt for making an IPA file.

No.41699

that newline shouldn't be there, it should be

winepath -w "$(readlink -f '4.6.0+30.0.0')" No.41700 File: 4eac00da76a1eef⋯.png (131.7 KB, 300x300, 1:1, 5233145.PNG) >>41691 >When people circlejerk shit. No.41701 YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play. No.41702 >>41701 i am eating pizza in your honor god king lance No.41703 File: ebd4e7dbfbd3453⋯.png (223.37 KB, 514x420, 257:210, Yikes!.png) >>41691 >twenty foot long dick No.41704 >>41703 it must be a typo, 20 feet is too much even for fen No.41705 File: f14f27e5153189c⋯.jpg (1.67 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, two again.jpg) >>41702 Approved >>41704 Probably meant inches Still stupid either way Two of evarythang No.41706 File: e6ec42e0fff9f14⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 2.6 MB, 2560x1920, 4:3, Container_【_22G1_】_WTPU_01….jpg) File: 3562a458cfb19ef⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 885.37 KB, 2398x1940, 1199:970, PINK-2.png) >>41705 >Still stupid either way the first image is a 20 foot container the second image is the picture of her from his blog. spoilered for your viewing discretion No.41707 File: cccbb071e26d652⋯.jpg (56.84 KB, 115x32, 115:32, Container_【_22G1_】_WTPU_01….jpg) >>41706 I'll admit, fagnoxo has some humor in adding his gay furshitsona whose spouse gets cucked No.41708 >>41705 This is not in anyway your fault. I blame the build-script completely breaking it's self on TITS and Adobe both being complete sub tier garbage. It worked as expected when on the staging branch but after merging said branch into master everything broke (also even after using git add -f build-script permissions did not update after the merge). Even simplifying the dir setters to$(pwd), only got past the inability to read key files and then repeatably merging 'assets','avmplus','classes' and 'icons' with it's public version still produced 'can't transcode file'/'duplicate function'. I have reached the point of being over this, at least for a little while.

No.41709

what was that one fetish roleplay site we found fen and the furry nazis on?

No.41710

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>>41705

Hey lance, you ever think about starting an automotive repair site/blog for some extra beer money? I was thinking about doing one for the W140 (might pick up a W123 later this summer to work on). You could probably make a fair bit just on affiliate links, since people reading a repair article will just click all the links at the bottom to order the shit they need off Amazon. I don't see a site like that out for the 240 though, so I thought it might give you an opportunity. Might make enough to pay for the repairs at least.

No.41711

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>>41710

I actually did start a blog, but it's not just for car stuff and I make $0 on it. >>41710 If you get a W123: I don't care what the problem's symptoms are; the solution is replacing vacuum hoses. No.41712 >>41710 And yeah, it's a neat idea. There's also turbobricks, brickboards, swedespeed, and volvoforums, in descending order of usefulness (except brickboards and turbobricks are around the same level of usefulness). And the guy revving to spool his turbo to measure his dick outside my window is seriously pissing me off. >>41708 I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about, so you're probably doing more work than you have to, and should consider burning everything to the ground and starting over. Staging vs. master branch of what? You might need to give me a screenshot or console log, rather than these tiny fragments of error messages. >>41706 jesus No.41713 Dear god It's even worse than I'd imagined. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd-boot No.41714 File: b372130bd15a0bd⋯.png (24.29 KB, 773x162, 773:162, systemd is hardcoded to ph….png) So systemd-resolved is also hardcoded to fall back to google's DNS if you've fucked up your DNS configuration (or indeed if you're using systemd-resolved instead of something else like dnsmasq). No.41715 File: 07cc8b4dc39067b⋯.jpg (578.54 KB, 2250x1375, 18:11, 01.jpg) File: e239bbe8c4d0a1f⋯.jpg (468.04 KB, 1024x682, 512:341, 02.jpg) >>41712 >There's also turbobricks, brickboards, swedespeed, and volvoforums I'm not a big fan of forums, terrible way to store information. Mercedes has a couple of big forums that are decent, but the answer to your question is always on page 125 of some thread that began on an entirely different topic. And everyone still points to some thread stickied in 2005 as a sacred resource, even though all of the instructional images it refers to are gone because the image host's domain expired a decade ago. >I make$0 on it.

Sounds like an opportunity going to waste.

>the solution is replacing vacuum hoses.

Not much has changed, I've been putting off replacing the vacuum pump in the w140 for awhile now.

>>41713

Gummiboot is part of systemD now? I remember when UEFI started coming out, and everyone was switching to gummi. It was lighter than GRUB, and had better EFI support at the time. Seemed pretty neat, sad what became of it.

No.41716

File: 5eeda87af54dd72⋯.jpg (96.1 KB, 849x733, 849:733, systemd.jpg)

>>41715

>And everyone still points to some thread stickied in 2005 as a sacred resource, even though all of the instructional images it refers to are gone because the image host's domain expired a decade ago.

Ahh, yes. Imageshack.

I dumped all my files off of it about a year before it finished its descent into madness.

>Gummiboot is part of systemD now? I remember when UEFI started coming out, and everyone was switching to gummi. It was lighter than GRUB, and had better EFI support at the time. Seemed pretty neat, sad what became of it.

And yeah, when I had to do shit with (U)EFI last, I used refit/refind. Not super lightweight, but it actually fucking worked.

You can also compile a linux kernel with a (U)EFI boot stub baked in and just boot that directly.

I seem to recall compiling Refind for a 32-bit-only clover trail atom tablet and successfully booting a linux kernel through it.

>Sounds like an opportunity going to waste.

Probably is. But I have an aversion to ads, and it's strong enough for me to turn down money. Linking to amazon might be a good way to go, but I'd have to be clear that buying from them was helping fund me/the site to clear my conscience.

Damn, what car is that? Is that yours? (Having a hard time believing it is).

Interesting interior. I don't like the lack of a stick shifter, and I don't like the LCD displays. But I do like the basic shapes/forms of the interior trim.

And more buttons is much preferred over too few buttons. I am glad it still has SOME physical ones.

Needs a cable throttle.

Best comic to ever come out of the New Yorker, because it's a 1:1 analogy to Systemd.

No.41717

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>>41716

>But I have an aversion to ads

I wouldn't even use ads for the blog (maybe if you did Youtube videos for your repairs, but I was just thinking text and images). You'd have affiliate sales links, and money/parts you'd get from sponsorships. Sonic is pretty big on that; they'll send out an entire cabinet of tools if you use them exclusively in your videos. I hear they're about as good as Kobalt.

>Damn, what car is that?

Mercedes-Maybach S650 Pullman

>Is that yours?

Ha, I wish. It costs $650k. >I don't like the lack of a stick shifter, and I don't like the LCD displays. I agree, but I'd live with it for that car, at least until service time. The thing has cupholders that keep your drink cold or warm, and a wine cooler in the back. No.41718 File: 768e4b9db57ad29⋯.jpg (3.2 MB, 4928x2464, 2:1, v90 interior 2018.jpg) >>41717 Ah, so it's model number is based on its price in USD My parents' car's interior, if we lived in RHD land No.41719 >>41718 and my car doesn't have cupholders period No.41720 >>41719 Same. The care came with a phone in the center console, where lessor models would have had the cupholders. They have some really nice aftermarket center consoles with a wood finish, and those do have cupholders. I need to redo some of the wood trim anyway, so I was thinking of just getting a new console at the same time. No.41721 >>41719 just buy a couple drinks from a food establishment, take all of the drinks out of that cup holder(do whatever you want with them) and then just put it in the passenger seat. No.41722 File: 5d480cf6837855e⋯.jpg (3.82 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, cupholder_a.jpg) >>41720 >>41721 I have one of these clip on thingies for my glovebox. does the job. Picture is old, from when I installed my stereo. No.41723 >>41722 I didn't choose those speakers btw I'd have been much more tasteful, but last owner fucked up the door cards too badly for me to put the original speaker grilles in. Going to have to find new door cards some time. No.41724 File: 135cbaa44e0c92a⋯.jpg (951.19 KB, 900x1250, 18:25, 01.jpg) >>41722 Right now I just keep the lower half of the center console full of coke cans. It's working pretty well. I have my glovebox out at the moment anyway because there's a wiring junction box behind it that I'm working with. No.41725 >>41724 heh, my fusebox is in the kick panel by my foot and apart from that there's basically no junction box, just wiring harnesses everywhere. No.41726 File: cc40e12ac9b5154⋯.jpg (82.46 KB, 1060x1442, 530:721, cunt.jpg) File: 7ca50941927ddb4⋯.jpg (155.39 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, patterson.jpg) No.41727 File: ad4436a7b9540bc⋯.png (311.38 KB, 1876x1422, 938:711, 01.png) >>41726 "You fucks" is a gender-neutral way to address a group of people that care about pronouns. No.41728 >>41599 Male Whitney is only Whitney No.41729 File: a314ffa237c0014⋯.jpg (137.71 KB, 760x960, 19:24, babies.jpg) File: 331bae274890abd⋯.jpg (68.45 KB, 700x500, 7:5, 5GN7vZI_1.jpg) File: e8f362a539fa36b⋯.png (951.13 KB, 974x860, 487:430, every test i ever took.png) File: ed356a1a8b0d975⋯.png (1014.82 KB, 1280x1280, 1:1, rapejokes_2.png) >>41727 ghasp No.41730 File: f7695e7adfa9efe⋯.jpg (37.29 KB, 750x750, 1:1, thats it thats college.jpg) The books are useless too No.41731 >>41727 to think that there are narcs for an online fetish game No.41732 File: 10d0711fe69d365⋯.png (54.57 KB, 711x466, 711:466, Screenshot_1.png) No.41733 >>41732 >The community coders have not been idle! That's lovely, but what about the one you're paying? No.41734 >>41733 Reminder >>41565 that gedan is apparently being paid by savin to also do no work, so who knows where the priority lies. No.41735 File: 643405f2fc3a17f⋯.png (81.28 KB, 1392x483, 464:161, Screenshot_1.png) only on fen forums will a man who clearly states he doesnt speak english get berated for not using pronouns No.41736 >>41734 >Implying that either project "lead" gives enough of a shit about their own "products" to call him out on it. >>41735 Also probably F95 as well. No.41737 >>41735 also, evil is perhaps the most annoying, obnoxious person on those forums. keep in mind this is because the infamous emerald has been inactive, but even then he's still a contender. No.41738 >>41737 Have they ever been seen in the same thread? No.41739 No.41740 File: 57a2fd80e565565⋯.png (454.15 KB, 1488x2133, 496:711, 01.png) >>41735 It's not even the ESL that gets me. He literally says he's running it all through Google Translate, and they still expect him to cater to leftist gender theory. That place is truly the Walmart parking lot of the internet. >>41736 >Also probably F95 as well. People get banned for criticizing NTR on f95. >>41737 Every time I look at that forum, it's the same twenty or so people discussing TiTS, at all hours of the day. That's a life I'd never want to have to look back on from a hospital bed. >>41739 Here's more of her accounts. Google any of the usernames for yet more: https://twitter.com/emeraldarcbreon https://curiouscat.me/EmeraldArcanine https://emeraldarcbreon.newgrounds.com/ https://brindlefern.tumblr.com/ https://mystic-petal.tumblr.com/ https://www.deviantart.com/emeraldarcbreon?rnrd=148663 https://steamcommunity.com/id/emeraldarcbreon/ Pic related. Five year old or absolutely disgusting adult, you decide. Either way, she's Fen's standard-issue. No.41741 >>41740 well at least we know she actually does have autsim now that does not excuse not being able to brush her teeth though No.41742 >>41741 You'd probably find more blood donors at a pride parade than mentally sound folks within the TiTS community. No.41743 File: a0715cb3b2e09a4⋯.jpg (8.91 KB, 252x255, 84:85, 01c66df447b9e1e699905ced7d….jpg) I don't suppose anything has updated with TiTS in these months? Or anything shaking with Carnal Souls? Please? ANYTHING!? No.41744 >>41743 Carnal Souls updates consist of half the team suffering from one illness or another, and the other half getting "acquainted" with new software. No.41745 File: 7b68f0c04d350f5⋯.png (447.23 KB, 960x833, 960:833, bottom of the barrel.PNG) >>41731 >narcs for an online fetish game If only you knew how bad things really are. >>41737 >evil >standard issue (((current year))) retard Appropriately named then. No.41746 >>41744 I'm calling it. Dead game. Fuck it. No.41747 File: c920bb7b17d684d⋯.jpg (184.21 KB, 828x1294, 414:647, 94Ypgp2.jpg) File: b13df1f63f9dbf0⋯.jpg (213.5 KB, 1080x1350, 4:5, IcywDQ5.jpg) File: bcc9185f2ed0f69⋯.jpg (60.79 KB, 493x329, 493:329, bxZKCkG.jpg) File: 12de0a78883c908⋯.jpg (87.89 KB, 600x860, 30:43, IcMDv1Y.jpg) No.41748 File: 181272fad056cf8⋯.jpg (78.52 KB, 750x746, 375:373, RGAfFNX.jpg) I'm going to spend most of today cleaning and messing with my midi synth now that I have a USB MIDI controller that doesn't randomly drop packets. No.41749 File: e1a72fe9ad0709d⋯.jpg (335.13 KB, 1427x1080, 1427:1080, Blueheaven01.jpg) >>41597 Thanks anon, I enjoyed this game way more than I thought I would. And that was before the lewds. Something about big damn hero space explorer adventures really lights a fire. No.41750 >>41743 If you'd prefer not to be disappointed every time, all you have to do is follow better games. And at this point that would be just about anything. Short of Fen selling the game to a new dev/writer, nothing is going to change. Carnal Souls never had a chance. No.41751 File: fe1e7518e6ca1dd⋯.png (158.91 KB, 686x396, 343:198, Screenshot_1.png) lance finally gets the respect he needed No.41752 >>41751 >The TiTS thread on there reads just like a Fag95 forum Sad but true. No.41753 >>41752 i like this thread without the autism of f95, and without the rabid neckbeard pedophiles of hgg. i will swear that this is a nice little community No.41754 >>41751 there's a TiTS thread here? No.41755 >>41754 Yes, you're soaking in it. ^.^ (Apologies if double post. Captcha is being a cunt) No.41756 File: 6548016263e4d1e⋯.png (209.69 KB, 302x303, 302:303, Screenshot_1.png) >>41743 what has triggered this sudden fit of porn game influenced rage >I don't suppose anything has updated with TiTS in these months? i'll be playing it eventually and i'll get back to you. daedal has no comment on carnal souls right now. >>41745 >If only you knew how bad things really are. what else could there be anon >>41754 50% lances house thread No.41757 >>41756 unrelated but it's more visually satisfying to include an image in a post. No.41758 File: 5927a27d023940f⋯.png (933.92 KB, 776x795, 776:795, 5927a27d023940ffbd5c2789b5….png) >>41751 Isn't that the thread that keeping ripping itself to shreds because of nonsensical drama and retarded moderation? >>41757 Words to live by. No.41760 >>41748 Fenoxo finally managed to find time in his "busy" week to respond to a few MR's on the obligation github. Also >MR apparently is only supposed to deal with a single item yet modifies unrelated shit which would be much better suited to their own MR (mainly "cleaning up" the "art" folders). No.41761 OP link's dead. No.41762 >>41761 Fixed. No.41763 File: d8e7d302cf60752⋯.jpg (4.92 MB, 4016x3008, 251:188, battlestation_2019_anon1.jpg) >>41762 So you can edit op too eh I'd forgotten that. Anyway, nice fix. I approve. Did that cleaning I planned on doing. And fixed my ALSA setup properly finally. And made a monaural visualizer for my 'stereo mix' just for fun No.41764 File: a224f3f546a13c5⋯.jpg (41.03 KB, 480x480, 1:1, TS8RJlq.jpg) File: 41e1d1d08c8b657⋯.jpg (276.63 KB, 746x1000, 373:500, fernand_cormon_femme_au_na….jpg) File: 944b71ca234ce4b⋯.jpg (79.42 KB, 577x572, 577:572, 1qP0vIb.jpg) Retarded shit and a fine work of art No.41765 >>41763 >So you can edit op too eh >I'd forgotten that. i didn't even know No.41766 >"Hey random passerby, think I'd be a good marine?" <Probably not >Proceeds to throw a tantrum on the street. I've known vetla for all of two minutes and I already think she should be placed on the frontlines with a big target shirt. No.41767 File: 43887bad3cfb6c1⋯.jpg (45.26 KB, 682x360, 341:180, thats it thats college_cro….jpg) File: e2fc92abae61431⋯.png (340.5 KB, 499x498, 499:498, kids_1.png) File: 66f6b25dea1d4f5⋯.png (53.13 KB, 647x296, 647:296, systemd was it not.png) >>41766 Marines get treated like garbage compared to the rest of the force Sure, they're respected, but it's because they're treated like garbage and get the most dangerous situations. Air Force is best if you have to be in the military, or so they seem to say. >>41766 What the fuck's a vetla Hooray kernel compile time again I've been using stock debian kernels for a bit because lazy, but I've got this weird problem where, very, very rarely, my WLAN card will just completely stop working in such a way that I can't fix it with anything short of a reboot. Happens every couple weeks, it seems like, but that's constant uptime. So I need to enable some debug functionality to get a better look at my atheros card (which wasn't actually meant for my thinkpad, but whatever, it's been far more reliable and speedy than the broadcom card it came with). Also took the opportunity to change a couple other things here and there to possibly give a slight performance boost and to allow me to mess around with insecure code (direct /dev/mem access for instance). And enabled an option that lets me control my laptop LED's in software so I can stop using electrical tape. No.41768 File: 688d514ea629773⋯.png (276.33 KB, 1280x800, 8:5, no4_w1280_dn debadge.png) File: a42731d6163a51c⋯.png (417 KB, 1280x800, 8:5, no3_w1280_dn debadge.png) File: 56b600a7d2ad6b4⋯.jpg (168.3 KB, 1280x768, 5:3, no3_w1280.jpg) File: c26b239a118ad5e⋯.jpg (142.11 KB, 1280x768, 5:3, no4_w1280.jpg) >>41767 Also I de-badged two wallpapers I found on the japanese pokémon website, redrawing the shit underneath. It's not perfect yet (to my eyes), but it's a substantial improvement. And I don't really see myself using these as wallpapers anyway when I have an eevee wallpaper No.41769 >>41767 Some jogger on tavros. She talks about how she wants to be a marine but her sister thinks she can't cut it. So she asks me, and I tell her it's probably a bad idea. She flips her shit. No.41770 File: 356bfcbc6fecad0⋯.jpg (57.03 KB, 516x516, 1:1, 01.jpg) >>41763 >So you can edit op too eh No, I can't. I had some free time and was just going to fuck with him. >>41767 >and get the most dangerous situations It's only dangerous because they can't afford to maintain their shit. Even their Ospreys have a readiness rate of under 60%, and are held together with duct tape and Rip Its. 2d MarDiv is pissing everyone off back home, and the commandant has been pushing some feminist integrated-unit, no-hazing agenda. There's even talk about disbanding MARSOC because they have nothing for them to do anymore. At this rate they're going to be the janitorial branch of the military. No.41771 File: dec77adf7705f72⋯.jpg (673.74 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190714_000905.jpg) File: 2cb3936c29b6a1f⋯.jpg (579.97 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190709_073810.jpg) File: b8bcf996b1974b6⋯.jpg (768.76 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190709_073431.jpg) File: 994acf4257ae022⋯.jpg (643.04 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190708_152948.jpg) File: e5793af235929bd⋯.jpg (799.6 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190708_152913.jpg) >>41763 nice desk. I just bought this one. bonus: old shit I found in the trash pile at work. anyone want SPARCstation keyboards and piles of old magnetic tape??? No.41772 >>41771 >anyone want SPARCstation keyboards and piles of old magnetic tape??? YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES No.41773 File: c0b383a685e0e0e⋯.jpg (688.85 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190709_073452.jpg) File: ed08e86e35f678d⋯.jpg (690.47 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190708_153022.jpg) >>41772 warning: shitty rubberdome No.41774 >>41771 Are any of the sparcstations something you'd part with, too? I have some stuff I could trade, even, if you're hesitant. Lots of Amiga stuff, some Commodore 64 stuff, NES games, Atari 2600 and 5200 service manuals (and the 5200 is basically the same as an 800). Nice model M. Guessing you'll keep that, but that's OK, because I have enough for the moment. >>41773 IK it's rubberdome. I love the layout though, I've wanted a type 5C forever. No.41775 File: 894627d57c51002⋯.jpg (3.33 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, some collection stuff.jpg) Some of collection I've basically got the Model F so I can get a PCB fabbed and transplant its guts into a sawed-down Model M (with the numpad part of the plate cut off) and then 3D print a case for it. If I have enough keys left over I might try for the function keys on the left. No.41776 >>41774 sorry, the hardware is not mine to part with. but the keyboards are up for grabs. the M is mine at my desk tho, cleaned it myself. I'll look around some more when I get back to the office. there was a purple one on top of the servers that likely went to a no-longer-present KVM/terminal. No.41777 File: cffc77a2a86877d⋯.jpg (3.44 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, some_atari_binders.jpg) >>41773 Oh, Ok then. And yeah, one of my M's was so filthy I wish I'd taken before photos. But it's the one right above the F in the first pic. My first model M is the one with missing keycaps, which I actually have somewhere in my toolbox but as you can see I've got Model M keys on my F and F keys on my M. No.41778 >>41775 >frankensteining an F HERETIC I really want an F because I hear the key feel is better. is it true? also N-key rollover? also is that guy selling F replicas legit?? No.41779 >>41776 I have an (IBM) RS232 terminal, so that might work. The terminal has an ADM-3A personality emulation, so that should be good enough to get it up and running until I can install a profile for the 3161 on it (assuming I can keep solaris going on it) Shoot me an email, if you'd like to know where to send it/negotiate a deal. I'll be out buying a couple more 3 ring binders; I'm forced to spend$60 of my tuition on printing funds and I only ever use around $2 of it, so this semester I'm printing my Volvo's entire 1975-1993 parts catalog and the service manuals for all the gear I have that I can find service manuals for. No.41780 File: a32b6912ea52dd8⋯.jpg (70.17 KB, 763x841, 763:841, a32b6912ea52dd82592c54b57f….jpg) >>41773 >>41771 >>41775 Fukken sexy. I wish there was a better supply of good old keyboards around here, but almost everyone in my state seems to have shit taste. Recently found a nice Keytronic 5151, but my primary desktop seems to hate it. No.41781 >>41779 alright, right now I'm backing up a backup from a backup of an XP machine from 2012… on CDs. rly though I'd like an F, and if that dude on brandnewmodelfkeyboards.net.org is straight I'd get one. >>41780 depending on what I can dig out maybe I can throw you one you like. No.41782 File: a7da0fc68ffee3a⋯.jpg (744.42 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_183236.jpg) File: 4bd02090a542215⋯.jpg (707.25 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_183252.jpg) File: a3d61eb5c29929a⋯.jpg (813.33 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_180514.jpg) I'm home. the 2 white keyboards were in a junk pile, the grey/purple one was attached to the pictured terminal, and the HP one was new in box with manual, but the box and manual were thrown away. It's not even yellowed. No.41783 >>41779 Would you be interested in buying an Asteroids arcade cabinet from 1979? No.41784 File: 25801a4c8245eba⋯.jpg (780.84 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_184233.jpg) File: 163ab3c5facb63d⋯.jpg (654.22 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_184256.jpg) File: a16f39086c23e7e⋯.jpg (508.35 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_184320.jpg) File: bef05ce1dddf617⋯.jpg (578.03 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_184325.jpg) model stickers No.41785 File: 23fddec7d39d02e⋯.jpg (770 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_184337.jpg) File: d5957f75e9d4452⋯.jpg (587.64 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_184342.jpg) reverse No.41786 File: ead78e0b163503b⋯.jpg (578.56 KB, 3840x2160, 16:9, IMG_20190715_184250.jpg) missed one, top in first image No.41787 >>41783 Does it… work? Is shipping affordable? Is it somewhat clean? If so, yes, although I'll certainly regret it when I'm trying to fit it in a dorm room No.41788 >>41782 If the dude making the Model F's would just make a normal fucking keyboard (101/104 key or else normal without a numpad), I'd get one, too. But he's retarded and goes for the one with bezels the size of manhattan and fewer keys. And I'd love that Type 5C keyboard. I actually have one like that HP. As far as rubber dome keyboards go, that's not a bad one at all. No.41789 >>41780 Might it be bad capacitors in the keytronic? Also, you might need to install pull up resistors if it's an AT or PS/2 board. Some IBM boards have trouble with some PS/2 ports without pull up resistors apparently. >>frankensteining an F >HERETIC Maybe. But it's just too huge and awkward and I don't even have the original terminal, so it's not very useful as it sits. I am going to take the solenoid out and transplant it, so my new board is EVEN MOAR LOUDAR though. And the key feel might be slightly… lighter? and the sound is definitely clackier because it's bigger pivot plates slapping a PCB directly instead of three plastic membranes and a tiny pivot hammer. I like it a ton, but it is pretty similar to the M. I will agree with everyone else when I say it's just a bit better though. >also is that guy selling F replicas legit?? Yeah he's legit but he's also a retard who doesn't know people just want a normal board with those awesome switches. His head's just too far up his own ass in the keyboard enthusiast community with its strange obsession with less function in the same package size. No.41790 >>41787 It'll be spotless when I sell it, but it's been in my shed for 35 years now, so it's quite dusty. I'm not really sure if it works, I'll drag it out and find out. No.41791 >>41789 >>41778 forgot to quote. >>41790 Might want to consider recapping pre-emptively if it's been in california heat for decades now. No.41792 >>41791 IIRC the major dealbreaker is that half of them have bad flyback transformers/deflection yokes and they're hard to find. No.41793 >>41792 (since they're vectorscopes and not normal TV's like most old games used) No.41794 File: f31103f5fde51f5⋯.png (1.28 MB, 1280x1280, 1:1, sun workstations_1.png) Forget where I got this, might have been from penisboat/flashmaster Anyway, I lost it so i re-typeset it poorly No.41795 File: 238f12b0999c88a⋯.png (43.62 KB, 2965x228, 2965:228, 01.png) She is posting on the board once again. No.41796 >>41756 >I don't suppose anything has updated with TiTS in these months? >i'll be playing it eventually and i'll get back to you. the ship battles are unnecessarily long No.41797 File: 6497c527224fe78⋯.jpg (370.11 KB, 776x1167, 776:1167, bernhardt_lg.jpg) Cool poster from the 1890s >>41796 >ship battles are unnecessary Fixed it for you. No.41798 File: 473fb36e43665a8⋯.jpg (47.51 KB, 720x802, 360:401, b5cVlOY.jpg) No.41799 File: 9068713b133b96b⋯.jpg (96.28 KB, 731x500, 731:500, 01.jpg) >>41798 In a decade, the west will fight over the last two women without motivational Facebook captions tattooed on their wrists and cattle rings in their noses. If we're lucky, they'll have hair on both sides of their head. No.41800 >>41798 the pure weeb power in this image is astonishing. only a high tier weeb-lord can get aheago of a 15 year old tattooed on him. No.41801 File: 2042330c40f84af⋯.jpg (386.51 KB, 1152x2048, 9:16, 01.jpg) File: 4d640ee44d06a97⋯.jpg (134.43 KB, 1080x1276, 270:319, 02.jpg) File: ea311b4e55a1034⋯.jpg (73.08 KB, 528x960, 11:20, 03.jpg) >>41800 There's no shortage of them. Imagine being 45 and trying to be a functional member of society while wearing shorts with a tattoo of a twelve year old on your shin. No.41802 File: 0faddffa854662c⋯.png (377.2 KB, 1012x1012, 1:1, Me7014J.png) File: ba088262c88a3ae⋯.jpg (103.39 KB, 455x842, 455:842, MDpaPJP.jpg) File: 9db483537af8261⋯.jpg (67.14 KB, 800x534, 400:267, maobmueqreuysv56lpua.jpg) File: 56030f0e6785140⋯.jpg (84.07 KB, 448x510, 224:255, M5l0Y9T.jpg) >>41799 I'd say most women where I live aren't tattooed. But tattoos are still cancer IMO. Both on men and women 3rd pic is one of the most honest looking 2CV's I've seen. No.41803 File: 4af1ec40cfdf19f⋯.jpg (55.86 KB, 640x640, 1:1, M4GAjS6.jpg) File: 7a0bbcba8eaa9fe⋯.jpg (44.67 KB, 630x840, 3:4, lWVmo2n.jpg) File: ef6d66b6ce4f238⋯.jpg (81.15 KB, 941x960, 941:960, Lv1kBg0.jpg) File: 83445933e9f6eb8⋯.jpg (73.45 KB, 491x775, 491:775, legolas-7.jpg) No.41804 File: ead848fe0da3e1b⋯.jpg (540.36 KB, 500x3863, 500:3863, legs.jpg) File: 05170c3db1ff5c3⋯.jpg (259.72 KB, 720x707, 720:707, l49pr0H.jpg) File: 7edaa21b0bd06b9⋯.png (978.18 KB, 900x2988, 25:83, KnkgnYw.png) File: e18de58bc692b8c⋯.jpg (68.31 KB, 540x667, 540:667, kN9ZBR4.jpg) More from my "curated" fine memes and images No.41805 File: 55d7ee7e8088572⋯.jpg (227.11 KB, 576x1558, 288:779, kjjZd7z.jpg) File: 4dcbdcf0961718b⋯.jpg (121.07 KB, 720x1171, 720:1171, kardashians.jpg) File: 2d9a723aa70d9d1⋯.jpg (77.8 KB, 1242x791, 1242:791, k6zlKR1.jpg) File: 384822e30effaa1⋯.jpg (25.12 KB, 502x489, 502:489, Jz69ODY.jpg) No.41806 >>41802 I wouldn't go so far as to blanket all tattoos as cancer. A good artist and a good design can go a long way. No.41807 File: d471abe6feecb5d⋯.png (401.7 KB, 730x1798, 365:899, Screenshot_2019-07-17 Feno….png) No.41808 File: 7c0ca73fdef843d⋯.jpg (10.98 KB, 598x374, 299:187, Shrug.jpg) >>41801 honestly the second one is alright (the first one is "shame me in public") No.41809 File: 23da4679682af7c⋯.png (143.07 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 762e6u2e.png) >>41779 >email lance i cant find it I know I've seen it before but I can't relocate it right now help No.41810 >>41807 >An ear infection But of course. >>41808 The thought alone kills me. I can't even imagine tattooing any of the waifus. >>41809 Right click on the 'lance' to the left of his trip, Copy Email Address from the context menu. No.41811 >>41806 OK. There is such a thing as an "ok" tattoo, but they are typically small and in locations you don't see them whenever you go outside. And I still don't see the point of them. >>41809 Click my name in that post, or in this post. Or clone my build environment and check 'git log' No.41812 File: fe4f5635cdeba90⋯.jpg (141.2 KB, 1320x730, 132:73, work while attending schoo….jpg) File: 083a26d02b14517⋯.jpg (142.64 KB, 750x551, 750:551, 2ix7wA2.jpg) File: 1f585f458529efe⋯.jpg (60.95 KB, 960x632, 120:79, biOU0dG.jpg) File: c9c8756c49b3724⋯.jpg (53.57 KB, 597x307, 597:307, YxNz2MV.jpg) >>41807 >ear infection Those are annoying at best. Quite survivable for anyone but fen. >>41808 Yeah, second one isn't the worst. I'd prefer far, far smaller, and I wouldn't get one at all, though. No.41813 >>41812 and I've said this before, but I'm 98% sure fen has AIDS No.41814 File: 13f19939cd247a3⋯.jpg (118.17 KB, 700x1260, 5:9, FFJLRjs.jpg) File: 576a625baef1d78⋯.jpg (89.62 KB, 1072x650, 536:325, DVepFYRVwAA_bxO.jpg) No.41815 >>41814 i love how this place has "evolved" to the point where no one says anything about lances memes No.41816 >>41807 I am not surprised that the Jew only credits the community for "content" but does not bother for items such as the new toggle (that a duplicate setter in it). No.41817 File: b7f0007081f3a25⋯.png (94.93 KB, 210x330, 7:11, 1527827926865.png) >>41807 >hey guys next update will take two days tops >comes back a week later >BE THANKFUL I EVEN DID ANYTHING I HAD AN EAR INFECTION No.41818 File: a666147118fd2b5⋯.jpg (334.19 KB, 709x900, 709:900, 1168927146843.jpg) File: 2e753503828fb3e⋯.jpg (162.79 KB, 336x746, 168:373, 1168927182473.jpg) File: e6a8e81f485349b⋯.png (841.7 KB, 709x900, 709:900, 35743.PNG) File: a56aa3ff775db36⋯.png (1.25 MB, 709x900, 709:900, 57689.PNG) >>41803 >image 4 Good times. No.41819 File: e0f40b7dfe6df44⋯.png (3.98 MB, 2102x1348, 1051:674, ClipboardImage.png) >>41811 Yakuza shit is big and pretty nice looking but you wont see it unless the person isn't wearing clothes. Their tattoos are typically done so they can be easily concealed with clothing. No.41820 >>41815 I always hope someone is appreciating some of them Just trying to entertain when the thread is dead To explain and ruin the joke about the sega genesis: there was for a VERY long time no publicly known documentation of the sound chips in the genesis, and because of it's crazy architecture decisions there are lots of misinformed people out there. Also it changes a lot between revisions and there are two entirely different implementations of one of the sound chips, one of which had a terrible pre-amp tacked onto it but which would otherwise have been clearer than the prior implementation. So basically the sound depends entirely on which particular revision of the console you own, and much misinformation is spread. Perfect storm, really. And for some reason (not really sure why), furries actually really do seem to like GB soundchip programming more than other people. And the SMS and ZX spectrum both have absolute shit sound quality, so anyone who claims to like them most is a compulsive liar. Especially the ZX spectrum. PC Engine/TGFX16 is a hipster console, enough said. The commodore 64 (top center is sound chip, SID) was most popular in europe. NES is ubiquitous. The japanese reads "You are an otaku." Bottom center is the sound chip from old sound blaster cards. They aren't objectively very great, but they have an interesting sound and were used by millions. SNES is muffled and really not THAT amazing compared to a few of its contemporaries, but it is an early-ish consumer wavetable synth. The SNES is also a bit of a meme. >>41818 To isengard, to isengard but really, thanks for posting. i'd seen a couple of these but lost them. >>41819 That is cool, but I'd never do it. Painful AF, expensive, and get judged for it? No thanks. No.41821 File: 3579a8591d02da3⋯.jpg (3.37 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, amiga_500_a.jpg) Amiga still working after another couple years in storage Very happy the previous owner put microemacs on here. No.41822 File: d5794df6e1798ca⋯.png (233.89 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screenshot_20190717-225526….png) >>41811 I have autism solarized CSS so I didn't notice. people actually use the email field…? No.41823 File: 0753ed49f559202⋯.jpg (51.01 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, 01.jpg) >>41821 >Variety pack of Nutri Grain A shame that they are basically a third sugar by mass. >>41822 Generally only when someone wants to share it in the same post. Though you will occasionally find F95 refugees that put their personal email in the field, and a subject line of "links are dead." No.41824 File: a680fea35a8cc74⋯.png (15 KB, 1566x446, 783:223, color-profile.png) >>41822 I used to use solarized. Then I made my own color scheme I liked more. >>41823 >nutri-grain >A shame that they are basically a third sugar by mass. The alternative was pop-tarts, sadly. At least this way I get some "whole grain," whatever that means. And good eye. No.41825 >>41824 (And yeah the one MS product I do use on a daily basis is MS Sans Serif 8pt ripped from Win2k.) No.41826 >>41824 You should try making your own. It's cheaper, and much healthier. Mix some rolled oats with flour, eggs, baking soda, vanilla, and butter, and dump it in a baking dish. Stick it in the oven. The entire thing takes like twenty minutes. You can add chocolate chips, maple syrup and brown sugar, or cut the finished thing in half and add fruit preserves in the middle. You'll cut out more than 90% of the sugar and triple the fiber content (what most people want whole grains for, aside from some nutrition). If you're trying to eat whole grains for the health benefit, avoid processed garbage altogether. You can also cook it in Don Q 151 if you need a buzz at the pizza place, in the car, etc. No.41827 File: adbde31bdb81696⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 221.27 KB, 492x600, 41:50, 492px-Mirrin_Gif_(JayEcho).gif) cursed gif No.41828 File: 60ed9f07221dbc7⋯.png (695.25 KB, 1080x1029, 360:343, Dtg3ouT_1.png) >>41827 WHYYY No.41829 File: 8f9ca52e0a6c52c⋯.png (599.77 KB, 1080x943, 1080:943, tcKknCv_1.png) File: 05a3983d297ae84⋯.png (666.66 KB, 1080x983, 1080:983, a0m9EiE_1.png) File: 7f17fab8d3a3243⋯.png (700.99 KB, 1080x977, 1080:977, 9Mqha38_1.png) No.41830 >>41828 you guys may believe adjatha is the worst of the worst, but jayecho is on a whole new level No.41831 File: 83dc81059ecb2ad⋯.png (365.7 KB, 610x433, 610:433, gziyQYk.png) File: c1d763ccee248cd⋯.jpg (83.69 KB, 922x500, 461:250, gaaay.jpg) Random Avatar stuff No.41832 File: 6d796bf5b377a16⋯.jpg (21.91 KB, 410x410, 1:1, 01.jpg) >>41830 Adjatha and JayEcho are almost identical, except JayEcho's breasts are often much more reasonably sized, compared to Adjatha's bloated sacs. Both draw futa monstrosities that remind me of lance's Twitter. Kind of weird that JayEcho is black. On a side note, I saw an Adjatha drawing at the ICE protest yesterday. No.41833 And betty white, but it's slightly too large to upload so here's a hyperlink instead https://i.imgur.com/FC3bgAE.gif No.41834 >>41832 >lance's twitter lol and jesus christ thats awful No.41835 >>41832 >JayEcho is black. we don't claim him >>41834 link pls No.41836 File: ac4410199926e52⋯.jpg (16.91 KB, 585x300, 39:20, 01.jpg) Man, looks like KyoAni is basically finished. Some light novel writer poured gasoline on their studio and set it ablaze over plagiarism (the most typical Japanese thing ever). 33 dead, 36 injured, many missing, including top execs and directors. No.41837 File: 749b7d1a8893b01⋯.jpg (52.97 KB, 387x411, 129:137, Its gonna get censored to ….jpg) i've tried reading light novels in the past and not a single one has been good. i am surprised it even passes as literature. No.41838 >>41837 I'd imagine translating an LN is harder than manga. Maybe they're better in Japanese. No.41839 File: 6575b057e05610f⋯.jpg (92.27 KB, 350x513, 350:513, e0080266_57011f99de76e.jpg) >>41836 holy shit source. I know the feel of losing a nice story, Dungeon Defence may not be continued because some random authors claimed plagiarism over random small parts and they don't want to face litigation No.41840 >>41835 …You probably don't want to see it. Here it is but don't say I didn't warn you. https://twitter.com/dragontamer8740 No.41841 No.41842 >>41838 >Maybe they're better in Japanese. Well, you know, muslims always say you need to know arabic to truly appreciate the qur'an. No.41843 File: a0e56712756b9a3⋯.jpg (3.03 MB, 4016x3008, 251:188, IMG_20190718_230324_02_a2.jpg) More hardware No.41844 >>41843 Is that picture on the wall a personal painting with smudges or a piece of art with the artist's name blured out? Are those two routers set up as a modem and router pair or just modem fail over? Nice IBM you have there, I find the theme to be quite soothing. No.41845 >>41844 My own drawing. Not 'painting,' since I did it in markers. Based on one I did in krita during a class one time, then re-drew in ink. >>41843 >Are those two routers set up as a modem and router pair or just modem fail over? Both are currently wired routers (switches) daisychained together. If I need to connect a game console to the internet I'll temporarily set the bottom one up as an access point. Honestly I don't NEED two, usually. But when I do need more ethernet connections, I don't like having to set it up. >Nice IBM you have there, I find the theme to be quite soothing. Theme? on the IBM? That's just a terminal, rather than a full fledged computer; It has a monochrome amber CRT and that's the font that's built into it. Basically it's the equivalent of an xterm session but it's running over my desktop's serial port so I can still get in if my graphics card dies. If you meant something else by theme, please clarify for me :| No.41846 >>41845 so yeah, it is a personal painting, but the smudges are where I blurred out my name and the 'title' (I submitted it for an art/design class I took once, so I had to give it the teachers' required title). No.41847 >>41846 >on the IBM? Yes. >If you meant something else by theme That is exactly what I meant. >I submitted it for an art/design class I took once, so I had to give it the teachers' required title Without giving away the title (if you wish), how 'artisty' is it? On a completely made up scale of 'A portable games console to 'An artistic interpenetration on the meaning of life though the lens of a portable games console'. The former seems liekly due to the apparent size of the smudges (however that could just be the viewing angle), regardless that is some very nice work. No.41848 >>41847 It was a design class, so basically I had to be able to show that I could make effective use of negative space. "A portable games console." I can get a better pic in a few minutes. No.41849 >>41847 And yeah, I will forever insist that when it comes to monochrome displays, amber is far better than green. No.41850 File: d89b6f246349b6a⋯.jpg (703.36 KB, 1383x1683, 461:561, gameboy_art_a_75percent.jpg) Shrunk it a bit, but there you have it. No.41851 >>9862 What happened to the CoC links? No.41852 File: a18ce4f0464a886⋯.png (40.63 KB, 707x362, 707:362, Screenshot_9.png) No.41853 File: 9c817b4df874677⋯.png (1.29 MB, 950x950, 1:1, layered reactions.png) >>41851 A tad late on the uptake aintcha No.41854 >>41845 Where in the hell did you find that beast. I want one. Also wait, so you have that slaved to your desktop as a backup terminal interface? How'd you get that working? Is it just telneting in or something? No.41855 File: 2c55ba02426113a⋯.jpg (1.64 MB, 1815x2420, 3:4, 01.jpg) >>41843 The Kobalt ratcheting screwdriver, good choice. No.41856 >>41854 A HAM radio convention,$18.

Good luck getting one in nice shape. The CRT is also the power supply for the logic board.

The 3163 is largely the same terminal but with some different features (remappable keys, smooth scrolling) and an optional VT100 emulation cartridge. So that's also an option.

Getting a keyboard will make it expensive, because of those god damn keyboard collectors who separate boards from their terminals.

And I set up getty in /etc/inittab to spawn a terminal session on /dev/ttyS1 (serial port 1). I then connected a null modem cable between the serial port on my desktop and the DB-25 serial port on the terminal.

If you get one without the owners' manual, I have it so you can ask me questions.

No.41857

>>41856

It doesn't help that the enhanced keyboard layout was apparently introduced with the 3161/3163, so people try to charge way too much for the boards.

You can still get new compatible ones from Unicomp, but they won't be IBM branded obviously.

No.41858

>>41857

boob-man here.

I attemtping to once again build the imagepack file and I have the following observations about fixnames.sh.

What is the purpose of using "$SRCDIR""dir" over$SRCDIR/dir when $SRCDIR has already been resolved to not be a system link? Also what is the point of$OLDDIR when the absoute path of 'cd "$SRCDIR""dir"' exists? At 'src/assets/images/npcs/shou_puppy/warLion.png' has been moved to 'src/assets/images/npcs/shou_puppy/HR/warLion.png'. (which after modification still produces the 'unable to resolve' error.) The file also seem to checked twice for some reason. 'src/assets/images/npcs/shou_puppy/hr/' -> 'src/assets/images/npcs/shou_puppy/HR' (which also after modification still produces the 'unable to resolve' error.) 'src/assets/images/npcs/adjatha/HR/cherry_nude.png' produces the 'unable to resolve' error. No.41859 File: f41912705f60579⋯.png (2.9 KB, 679x455, 97:65, Screenshot at 2019-07-20 0….png) File: 8f99a5f2956ef8c⋯.jpg (2.04 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, cloning on 3161_1.jpg) >>41858 You might have to rephrase that. And the "$VARNAME""/appended-string" thing is just a habit of mine because I know it works in most shells and I don't trust tokenizers to know when the name of a variable ends.

Case and point: see screenshot.

Variable names cannot have a slash in them (afaict), but the quotes thing I do works _everywhere_, regardless of what characters surround the variable name.

And some of the "resolving symbolic links" stuff is deep magic that I either don't remember how I implemented or else don't remember why the stack exchange scripts I pasted work.

There are multiple bits of fixnames.sh in particular that are sloppy or redundant, because the script was a pretty spontaneous and crummy solution to a retarded problem that fen & co could have prevented by having an ounce of discipline.

I'll try it again in a fresh environment, because I feel like I also had 'warlion' related problems but can't recall why anymore. Once this fresh clone finishes (or I run out of disk space) I'll try it.

No.41860

>>41859

So far:

1) fresh clone

2) ./fixnames.sh

3) ./configure.sh

4) ./buildDesktopSWF.sh

…built a desktop SWF.

Trying an image pack now

No.41861

>>41860

Yep, several errors. Will try to fix fixnames.sh now.

No.41862

File: f65512cb3ea36ec⋯.png (1.49 MB, 1988x1816, 497:454, 01.png)

No.41863

Figured it out.

I was making my symlink fixes AFTER running my brute forcer script that makes sure both 'hr' and 'HR' variants of the directory names are extant. Basically, running 'fixnames.sh' twice would solve the issue, and since I run it every time, I didn't have the problem.

Made the brute force thingy run twice, since I don't know if I'm using the original names or the symlink directory names below where I made the initial brute force linking happen.

Also made it run quieter.

>>41862

Damn.

Also this is why off-site backups are important.

I'd have thought people would know that after that earthquake/tsunami/fukashima daiichi plant meltdown incident a few years back when toei(?) lost a bunch.

No.41864

>>41841

>>41836

>>41862

what, might I ask, were they writing/creating? While I am only just hearing of them now, any loss of such material is terrible. I can only hope that by some miracle that someone has a private backup somewhere.

No.41865

>>41864

I only knew K-On particularly well

No.41866

>>41863

>I'd have thought people would know that after that earthquake/tsunami/fukashima daiichi plant meltdown incident a few years back when toei(?) lost a bunch.

This is Japan, lance. I doubt there is a culture on this planet as paranoid about people stealing their shit as they are (see also the cause of the fire). Even their modding communities force you to go through various rituals and vetting before you can access their five-man Discord and Getuploader links. It wouldn't surprise me at all if everything that company did for the last forty years was locked up in a single room in that building (though I think this was just the digital building, the paper art was at another location).

>>41864

I mean, what haven't they done in the last twenty years that wasn't a huge success for them? Lucky Star, Clannad, Kanon, Nichijou, K-On, Haruhi, Chunibyo, Violet Evergarden, Dragon Maid, a ton of others I don't remember off hand. Yasuhiro Takemoto was responsible for some of their more popular works, and he's suspected dead. KyoAni was very well liked, mainly because they didn't outsource their animation to Korea, and spent the time to do it properly in-house. Violet Evergarden just looked phenomenal (its director survived). They also paid well and didn't treat their animators like lepers. And now the ride is over.

Why couldn't this have happened to Crunchyroll instead?

No.41867

>>41866

Nichijou started as a manga iirc

Otherwise pretty fair

No.41868

>>41866

damn thats crazy. The only one that you listed off that I've heard of is dragon maid. Maybe I'll have to watch it and some others.

Shit sucks man.

No.41869

File: 4becdd819aee2a5⋯.jpg (60.33 KB, 497x732, 497:732, 28673c7f4b1f5fd5371ffb3661….jpg)

>>41866

That man deserves the chair

No.41870

>>41869

>Killed full metal panic also

Fuck that autistic arsonist

No.41871

hello friends how are you all on this fine night

No.41872

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>41871

Still alive.

No.41873

File: 9fbe448ec5d478d⋯.png (22.96 KB, 1277x797, 1277:797, cpu-based-waifu2x-of-367-i….png)

>>41871

I am also still alive

I just ran cpu-based waifu2x on a batch of 367 images (my laptop's iGPU doesn't have OpenCL hardware support).

Pretty ridiculous running time.

(I recently added some code to do time-based math in a POSIX compliant fashion; feel free to use this/fix the places that it's inefficient/ugly).

getcurtimesec(){  EZMATHSTART="$(date -u '+%Y %j %H %M %S')" YEAR="$(echo "$EZMATHSTART" | awk '{ print$1 }')"  DAY="$(echo "$EZMATHSTART" | awk '{ print $2 }')" HOUR="$(echo "$EZMATHSTART" | awk '{ print$3 }')"  MINUTE="$(echo "$EZMATHSTART" | awk '{ print $4 }')" SECOND="$(echo "$EZMATHSTART" | awk '{ print$5 }')"    # convert larger time units into seconds (roughly) and sum together  # The POSIX people decided not to make 'dc' a standard program. Y U DO THIS    #minutes to seconds  MINUTE="$(echo "$MINUTE"'*60' | bc)"  HOUR="$(echo "$HOUR"'*3600' | bc)"  DAY="$(echo "$DAY"'*86400' | bc)"  # we're ignoring leap years, where we'd have 31622400 seconds. I hope none of  # these runs take years where it'd matter.  YEAR="$(echo "$YEAR"'*31536000' | bc)"  DATESUM="$(echo "$YEAR"'+'"$DAY"'+'"$HOUR"'+'"$MINUTE"'+'"$SECOND" | bc)"  echo "$DATESUM"}seconds2date(){ YEAR="$(echo "$1"'/31536000' | bc)" YEARMOD="$(echo "$1"'%31536000' | bc)" DAY="$(echo "$YEARMOD"'/86400' | bc)" DAYMOD="$(echo "$YEARMOD"'%86400' | bc)" HOUR="$(echo "$DAYMOD"'/3600' | bc)" HOURMOD="$(echo "$DAYMOD"'%3600' | bc)" MINUTE="$(echo "$HOURMOD"'/60' | bc)" MINUTEMOD="$(echo "$HOURMOD"'%60' | bc)" SECOND="$(echo "$MINUTEMOD"'%60' | bc)" export YEAR export DAY export HOUR export MINUTE export SECOND unset MINUTEMOD unset HOURMOD unset DAYMOD unset YEARMOD # bad functions, should probably be using ternary expressions if [ "$YEAR" -ne 0 ]; then    printf "$YEAR"" year" if [ "$YEAR" -gt 1 ]; then      echo "s"    else      echo ""    fi  fi  if [ "$DAY" -ne 0 ]; then printf "$DAY""	day"    if [ "$DAY" -gt 1 ]; then echo "s" else echo "" fi fi if [ "$HOUR" -ne 0 ]; then    printf "$HOUR"" hour" if [ "$HOUR" -gt 1 ]; then      echo "s"    else      echo ""    fi  fi  if [ "$MINUTE" -ne 0 ]; then printf "$MINUTE""	minute"    if [ "$MINUTE" -gt 1 ]; then echo "s" else echo "" fi fi if [ "$SECOND" -ne 0 ]; then    printf "$SECOND"" second" if [ "$SECOND" -gt 1 ]; then      echo "s"    else      echo ""    fi  fi}calcduration(){  # $1 is start time in seconds #$2 is end time in seconds  DURATIONSEC="$(echo "$2"'-'"$1" | bc)" seconds2date "$DURATIONSEC"}

No.41874

>>41873

btw spectre/meltdown slowdowns are quite noticeable on this laptop

No.41875

>>41873

Lance when running

find -L sourceTiTS/ -type l -delete

(I have replaced it with my local equivalent. Is the value still supposed to be hard rather than $SCRIPTDIR?) do you get find: ‘src/assets/images/images/npcs/cheshire/HR/*’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/images/npcs/cheshire/hr/*’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/images/npcs/docbadger/HR/*’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/images/npcs/docbadger/hr/*’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/npcs/bng/HR/sig.png’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/npcs/bng/hr/sig.png’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/npcs/cyancapsule/HR/sig.png’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/npcs/cyancapsule/hr/sig.png’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/npcs/damnit/HR/sig.png’: Too many levels of symbolic linksfind: ‘src/assets/images/npcs/damnit/hr/sig.png’: Too many levels of symbolic links ? Also on a related note (fresh clone of your dev enivroment), rg 'sourceTiTS'update-src.sh39:cd "$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS"fixnames.sh6:  export SRCDIR="sourceTiTS"clean-up-symlinks.sh2:find -L sourceTiTS/ -type l -deletebuildDesktopSWF.sh10:# Source directory defaults to 'sourceTiTS' as dir name, because13:  SRCDIR="sourceTiTS"; export SRCDIRbuildDesktopSWF_imgpack.sh36:# Source directory defaults to 'sourceTiTS' as dir name, because40:  SRCDIR="sourceTiTS"; export SRCDIRbuildAIRSWF.sh6:  SRCDIR="sourceTiTS"; export SRCDIRREADME.md103:    $cd sourceTiTS131:Your source code might not be in the correct path (sourceTiTS is assumed).under-construction/buildall-needsupdating.sh46:#VERSIONNUM=$(grep version "$SCRIPTDIR/sourceTiTS/classes/TiTS.as"|grep =|sed 's/\t//g'| cut -d \" -f2 )47:VERSIONNUM=$(grep version "./sourceTiTS/classes/TiTS.as"|grep -v '+='|grep =|sed 's/\t//g'|cut -d \" -f2|head -n 1)54:#if [ ! -d "sourceTiTS" ]; then55:#  # git clone https://github.com/fenoxo/sourceTiTS.git57:#  git clone https://github.com/OXOIndustries/TiTS-Public.git sourceTiTS58:#  cd sourceTiTS60:#  cd sourceTiTS69:#cd sourceTiTS/binconfigure.sh56:# cd sourceTiTS124:export STR1="      <path-element>""$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS</path-element>"137:export STR3=" <path-element>""$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS/style_uiscroll.swc</path-element>"148:export STR4="    <path-element>""$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS/classes/TiTS.as</path-element>"227:export STR1=" <path-element>""$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS</path-element>"241:export STR3="      <path-element>""$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS/style_uiscroll.swc</path-element>"252:export STR4=" <path-element>""$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS/classes/TiTS.as</path-element>"

No.41876

What exactly does BOOB change? Is there a changelog?

No.41877

>>41875

>(I have replaced it with my local equivalent. Is the value still supposed to be hard rather than $SCRIPTDIR?) Probably not. 'clean-up-symlinks.sh' wasn't really intended for people to use. You shouldn't have to use it in pretty much any circumstance. If it's not mentioned in the documentation, it's just some sort of tool I slapped together for a specific task, rather than one meant to be "good." >do you get >too many levels of symbolic links >when running it? Yeah. But I only get the last six lines, not the other ones. But again, I wrote that tool ages ago. It's not meant for people to actually use. And some of those links exist solely for use in older versions of the game, where those links existed. They don't do anything in the current game, but are useful if building older versions. >and on a related note >looks like a grep of all occurrences of 'sourceTiTS' in the scripts So it sounds like you should probably just rename your source code dir to sourceTiTS and be done with it, then. The fact that some scripts let you change the source dir name doesn't mean that I actually support it. I don't think I have documented that the source code path can be changed anywhere. I do mention in the readme that it assumes sourceTiTS, but I do not state in the readme that anything can change that assumption. If it's not documented, don't depend on it. I'll try to fix it, but again, don't count on it. Also: >shows grep of the scripts where I set it to fall back to 'sourceTiTS' >Shows commented out lines containing the string 'sourceTiTS' Why? No.41878 Modified update-src.sh, clean-up-symlinks, and configure.sh. Did not test any of them yet since I'm in the middle of moving apartments. No.41879 >>41877 >Why? Mainly because ""$SCRIPTDIR""/sourceTiTS

looks as if it might cause issues if the source code directory is changed from sourceTiTS. The rest were there mainly just for context and completeness sake.

No.41880

>>41876

its in the op

No.41881

>>41880

It probably would have been better for the fag to eventually (hopefully before the sun implodes, but who want's to take that bet?) grow a brain and figure it out for themselves.

No.41882

>>41881

Asking an awful lot of TiTS players.

No.41883

So the TiTS mega is dead

No.41884

>>41883

Works here, try reformatting.

No.41885

File: d31e9f9210c3256⋯.png (355.57 KB, 1680x908, 420:227, 0ZDqH08.png)

No.41886

File: 60375a069a53c8b⋯.png (79.47 KB, 3840x668, 960:167, 01.png)

>>41885

Works here, keep trying.

No.41887

>>41885

Did you try degaussing your hard drive?

No.41888

No.41889

File: f7bca5ae84cfdbf⋯.jpg (1.94 MB, 3736x2240, 467:280, yummy iron.jpg)

Speaking of magnetic things, my amiga's floppy drive decided it likes to shred floppy disks.

Anyone here happen to have an extra amiga FDD?

(No, I don't expect anyone to actually have one, just trying)

No.41890

File: 3064eab2e94e946⋯.png (54.79 KB, 688x359, 688:359, COC2-II-0.2.8.png)

File: 2420ef00e97b70f⋯.png (31.22 KB, 654x243, 218:81, BOT#2015265465654645.png)

File: 6f3b552f6ae37dc⋯.png (9.63 KB, 632x105, 632:105, whoCouldHaveSeenThisComing.png)

Look at all that new "content" after six whole days of "developement".

No.41891

>>41890

of illness, both mental and physical

I'm still pretty much sure fenoxo has AIDS or something

No.41892

>>41890

>Might need to go back for stronger antibiotics

You don't just get 'stronger' antibiotics. The US has a terrible habit of overprescribing strong, broad spectrum antibiotics as a first treatment option. If you need anything stronger than what you're given, it's going to involve a PICC line and inpatient care. Shit, you can walk into a hospital with just about any infection and they'll throw both Cipro and Metro at you; it's amazing more patients don't end up with IBS afterwards. But to top it all off, it's a goddamn ear infection, which you literally do not get standard antibiotics for; prescribing guidelines around the world specifically recommend against it. You'll get Cortisporin, which is the topical antibiotic sold at grocery stores as Neosporin, with a mild anti-inflammatory steroid for the pain, all in a suspension for your ear.

It's just absolutely baffling to watch people eat this shit up time and again, when Fen has either not gone to the doctor for this issue at all (because he's fine and just doesn't want to work), or he's some sort of goddamn idiot that doesn't understand a word his doctor says. If that's his understanding of antibiotics, it's no wonder he'd agree with chopping his "wife's" dick off to cure a mental illness.

>this update is breathtaking

These fucking crayon eaters just blow my mind. Can you imagine being 'eagerly absorbed' in the same recycled garbage of a dick being shoved up your exhaust pipe (It's no wonder these fanfiction rejects they call writers never have a writing portfolio)? If that's 'breathtaking,' get this lad some beta blockers before he discovers the joy of watching commercials while going through junk mail from the grocery store. I'd bet his pupils dilate every time the ice cream truck drives by.

No.41893

>>41891

It turns out that 'C:\Program Files' maps to '/home/USER/.wine/drive_c/Program Files'. That is probably a very recent wine change.

No.41894

File: 18a2c23aab4091a⋯.jpg (9.24 MB, 3648x5472, 2:3, HXUlx1McLdc.jpg)

lance check your email, I'm going to post this 5c on ebay soon if I don't hear from you

(since you use (((gmail))) it might be in your spam; I'm too lazy to prepare DMARC and SPF is failing recently for some reason)

>>41893

since when is that a new thing?

No.41895

>>41893

Uh, it's been like that since I started using Unix.

No.41896

>>41894

sorry, I forgot to check

Been moving shit around this weekend.

No.41897

also

readlink -f "$(winepath -u 'C:\Program Files')" …would have told you as much No.41898 btw, cygwin has a similar tool if you're in win32. It's called cygpath, IIRC. Uses the same syntax as winepath. No.41899 File: 0f1d7d54a7be682⋯.gif (456.48 KB, 500x500, 1:1, I8oINbZ.gif) >>41866 the only one I care about from that list is Nichijou; Chuunibyou was alright. >>41895 I knew I wasn't drunk. it's actually$WINEPREFIX/drive_c if we're being pedantic.

>>41896

you got this thread on lock but don't have email notifications?

>>41898

the legendary lance quad

No.41900

>>41899

>you got this thread on lock but don't have email notifications?

Not from that account

>it's actually $WINEPREFIX/drive_c if we're being pedantic. Well, you'd find that my command would take that into account. >Nichijou …was originally a manga Cute either way though No.41901 >>41900 also, if$WINEPREFIX is not set, it'll still resolve to somewhere. winepath will work even when $WINEPREFIX isn't explicitly set. No.41902 >>41901 of course, that was implied No.41903 >>41902 Just pointing out my answer was more pedantically correct No.41904 File: 9408bac9c4d2698⋯.jpg (218.03 KB, 1213x1000, 1213:1000, tumblr_pd7apejxQY1u0pvdco1….jpg) >>41903 oh so you want a pedantry measuring contest? well while I delightfully decline at least I don't use twitter (image sourced indirectly from lance's twitter) No.41905 File: a63ee0713b845cf⋯.jpg (59.35 KB, 1280x640, 2:1, FUCK.jpg) >>41904 spoiler didn't work, shield your eyes daedel it's sinful phoneposting is never a good idea No.41906 I get this far only to have, >tits-app.xml: error 102: Invalid namespace http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/30.0 >tits-app.xml: error 305: Intial window content SWF version 23 exceeds namespace version http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/3.0 >tits-app.xml: error 305: Intial window content SWF version 24 exceeds namespace version http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/4.0 >tits-app.xml: error 102: Invalid namespace http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/5.0 REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE, fuck you Adobe. Yes I am using 'FlashDevelop-plus-fl-libs-flex-AIR.7z'. No.41907 >>41904 Spoiler shit And I fail to see what's pedantic about not using twitter. Not using twitter is a lot of things, but pedantic is not one of them. P.S. I clearly warned you not to look at the twitter. But yeah, you keep using that word, "pedantic." I do not think it means what you think it means. >>41906 Ah, yeah. Ages ago, Fenoxo updated the version of flash he was using to compile his SWF's, so I had to upgrade to a newer version of the AIR SDK. I believe the version I packaged in that 7z archive was 18.0 or something; that's no longer enough unfortunately (unless you tweak the SWF compile scripts to target an older SWF version, but don't bother). If you got that far, you're probably almost there now. Lemme package the AIR 30 SDK up for you. Once I upload it, you should Just extract it and merge it with the existing FlashDevelop-plus-fl-libs-flex-AIR' directory. No.41908 >>41907 (Oh, and then make sure you're looking in the '4.6.0+30.0.0' path instead of the '4.6.0+18.0.0' one) …as I've said, I spent much less time working on making mobile builds from linux usable than I did the SWF building stuff. I mainly shared the build scripts I did have for some degree of transparency. ACTUALLY You might be able to get away with just editing the 'mobileapps/tits-app.xml' file to replace http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/30.0 with http://ns.adobe.com/air/application/18.0 - If that fails, then try to unpack this 7z archive and revert back to 30.0 in the xml file. >fuck you, adobe I'd assign blame in the following order (approximate): 1) Gedan (who maintains fen's build system in windows): For bumping the required Flex/AIR SDK versions for no good reason at random when it only serves to lock some devices out of playing the game 2) Fenoxo, for making TiTS in Flash/Actionscript when it was already on its way out and he'd even said at some point he was considering making his next game after CoC in HTML5 3) Adobe, for not making a native Linux version of the AIR SDK after around 2009 I think 4) Adobe again, for not providing more helpful error messages 5) Me – for not investing more time in making this piece of shit more portable/documented. TBH, the scripts have been up there in some form or another for so long I kind of thought no one was ever going to try to make mobile builds besides me. 6) Adobe again again – for not donating the AIR SDK to the Apache foundation when it donated Flex (the flash compiler that I use). I appreciate that you chose to blame adobe rather than me, but I really should have mentioned that I wasn't using that version of the AIR SDK anymore. if all else fails, here's the 30.0 SDK. https://mega.nz/#!3ohyTAAR!4NL1mOfrc-il_iA4Zn1y6ipZVDAw1XB0yFuBmJuMGK0 No.41909 >>41908 To elaborate on why I think that quick XML edit fix might work, it's because I think you probably compiled the game with the AIR 18 SDK. But my XML reports version 30 because in order to make my rebuilds from the official ones I have to use at least AIR SDK 30. When I do source code builds, I like to roll back to 18 for compatibility. No.41910 >>41907 I would place my personal blame higher than yours due to all the stupid mistakes I've made getting to this point and missing the now obvious version number difference. Is there a list of the link between flex and AIR version(s)? >but I really should have mentioned that I wasn't using that version of the AIR SDK anymore. I could have probably opened one of the existing mobile builds at any point if I really felt like it but oh well. Also on a completely unrelated note, having the extension stored as a raw variable is completely fine right up until the time comes to echo it in a string as it produces 'syntax error: unexpected end of file' On the off chance a player decides to have both of our mobile builds installed, I assume having the same id in tits-app.xml will cause issues? No.41911 >>41910 Also now, dynamically creating the .bat script decides to fail for some reason. Thanks OS. Also annoyingly enough >wineconsole –backend=curses *.bat produces Starting program "*.bat" failed. .There goes that idea. No.41912 >>41911 Never mind, end user retardation strikes once again. No.41913 >>41912 This is slightly annoying (which can be easily be solved by just hard coding the value but where is the fun in giving up so easily.). I have the following code section SDK_Version=4.6.0+18.0.0#Z:\ is wine's default for \(root).BAT_SDK_DIR="Z:$(echo $SDK_DIR|sed 's@/@\\@g')\Apps\flexairsdk\$(echo $SDK_Version)\bin"echo$BAT_SDK_DIR

The first shell expansion works as expected however the second produces '**\Apps\flexairsdk$(echo 4.6.0+18.0.0)\bin'. Leaving$SDK_Version on it's own produces '**\Apps\flexairsdkSDK_Version\bin', For clarity's sake than the intended goal of '**\Apps\flexairsdk\4.6.0+18.0.0\bin', No.41914 >>41913 Yes finally a .apk built successfully. No.41915 >>41914 One last post (for now at least), ./zipalign-standalone/zipalign-static-amd64-linux-binary -f -v 4file.apk		if [ \$? -eq 0 ];then			echo "'zipalign' was able to run and produce a aligned APK."

Unable to open '-f' as zip archive

File -f does not exist'zipalign' was able to run and produce a aligned APK.

Time to see if it will install on a test device.

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>>41899

I'm surprised no one here really seems to know them. Is the thread just not weabish enough, or too young to remember their earlier work? I mean K-On and Lucky Star were huge for years, to the point of irritating everyone that didn't like slice of life moeblobs.

>>41900

>Nichijou

>…was originally a manga

I have no idea why you keep bringing this up. At least half of the anime airing each season have been adaptations of manga, light novels, or even visual novels. You might as well be mentioning that the lumber at Lowes was once a tree.

>>41904

You know, for years I couldn't fathom what lance saw in this horse shit that would make it worth spending hours each week building it for forum faggots. I mean, imagine what someone could accomplish by spending their time absolutely anywhere else. But when I saw that twitter, it all suddenly made sense. I hope he gets well soon.

>>41916

Over a year of full time development costing more than 100k, with a small team of people who have the personality of a walnut, and this hogwash continues to be a convincing argument against doing anything to save the planet. Imagine what we'd have to play if Teaching Feeling's dev had their resources. I wonder if Illusion even makes that kind of money.

No.41918

>>41917

That is a massive insult to the poor defenless walnut though and probably the next one hundred items you can think of.

No.41919

>>41910

Not really.

But there is for AIR and SWF versions on adobe's website if you google it.

Why are you trying to dynamically create the .bat?

I highly recommend not touching it. DOS newlines and arcane bullshit mean I would rather not touch it ever

>>41915

My version of zipalign uses different syntax than the official one. My build scripts are set up to use the official version.

The syntax for my hacked version is as follows, from the .cpp file:

/* usage: zipalign [unalignedInput] [alignedOutput] [force] * * where input and output are char arrays (strings), and    * * force is 1 for overwriting, 0 to not clobber existing.   * * ALL INPUTS ARE REQUIRED FOR CORRECT OPERATION. THIS HAS  * * ZERO PROTECTION/SAFETY MECHANISMS AND WILL SEGFAULT IF   * * YOU DO NOT DO THIS. IT IS MEANT FOR SCRIPTING MAINLY.    */

You don't actually need zipalign at all, btw.

No.41920

>>41917

> mean K-On and Lucky Star were huge for years

I mentioned liking K-On earlier in the thread.

And I mention nichijou being originally a manga because it wasn't their brainchild.

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