Small typos :)
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Small typos :)
Should be corrected.
The beauty of CSD... :) </sarcasm>
First of all I find it hilarious that proper wobbly windows and rotating windows are the arguments for client side decorations.
Those two are hardly important use cases to solve if you ask me,...
This is what I've been waiting for.
Atm I am stuck with version 290.95 since later versions hangs X.Org when playing Red Eclipse and other input heavy games.
* Multiple screens support, not only for the help browser.
* Better refactoring support, the current refactoring support is a bit slow and unreliable in my opinion.
* Better support...
QtCreator is already my IDE of choice.
It's going to be interesting to see if DogFood will further enhance it.
Choose your max resolution in the launcher, then right click the window border (shortcut: Alt+F3, for when the border is hidden), Advanced, Check "No border" and "Keep Above Others".
I had the same problem.
For some reason, playing in windowed mode solves this problem for me, don't ask me why :P
Give it a try and see if it works for you too.
Well don't ask me.
When you choose to buy it from their site you do so using the widget from the Humble Bundle store.
The whole transaction etc. goes...
There's no DRM at all in the version obtained from the Humble Bundle store.
I am using the same installation on both my desktop and laptop, no CD key or activation of any kind.
Bought it yesterday and played co-op with a friend for 5 hours in a row.
We played on hard, and I'd say we managed to get through 30% of the game or so based on some indications, so there seems to...
Steelstorm 1 was not really my kind of game.
I bought it to support a Linux friendly developer, but never ended up playing it much.
Steelstorm 2 sounds much more interesting to me, and I will make...
Very nice. It's not common to see the performance of your computer increase as time goes by :)
Gonna buy Ignite as soon as it comes out for sure.
Awesome lineup there, looking forward to reading most of them! :)
Wow, very interesting article.
Need to try some of these tweaks on my Sandy Bridge notebook.
mplayer2 has support for ordered chapters in mkv, nuff said.
I am really happy that Martin is pushing so hard for this, due to his strong opinions against clientside window decorations.
Hopefully this will result in a good implementation for window managers...
As an owner of a Sandy Bridge laptop this is great news for me.
Thanks for the benchmark.