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by DandyGnome
04 Aug 2008, 08:38
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

Two pages back step 2 is what you need. Install instructions: 1) Get a binary install of spring, or compile it yourself 2) Get a copy of the base and put it in base. Should include: otacontent.sdz spring/bitmaps.sdz springcontent.sdz tacontent_v2.sdz tatextures_v062.sdz can be found at http://spring...
by DandyGnome
09 May 2008, 23:31
Forum: Linux
Topic: sound loop
Replies: 3
Views: 510

Re: sound loop

sdz files are in fact zip files. So rename it to .zip and unpack it. Then once you have replaced the sound compress it to a .zip. Then rename it to sdz.
by DandyGnome
01 Apr 2008, 06:27
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: ARE YOU F*CKING KIDDING ME???
Replies: 42
Views: 1934

Re: ARE YOU F*CKING KIDDING ME???

Sure the north pole could melt without changing the world sea level. However there is also the south pole which would change the world sea level as it primarily rests on land instead of on water.
by DandyGnome
22 Feb 2008, 07:59
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Post Your Names !!!
Replies: 75
Views: 3191

Re: Post Your Names !!!

Mr. Prince Turveydrop
by DandyGnome
21 Feb 2008, 10:40
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: So you're looking for an MP3 player but don't want to be a t
Replies: 40
Views: 2610

Re: So you're looking for an MP3 player but don't want to be a t

What bitrate sounds good to you will depend on how well you hear, how easy to compress your music is, and what sound system you are playing it on. For example 128 can sound fine if it is coming off of my built in laptop speakers but I wouldn't think of playing it over the Meyers M'elody line array i...
by DandyGnome
21 Feb 2008, 10:20
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Long-term storage
Replies: 28
Views: 1394

Re: Long-term storage

The basic answer is redundancy, multiple locations (so natural disasters don't affect all you backups at once), multiple copies, multiple media types (so you don't end up with a bunch of data you can't read). There is no perfect answer but sending a hard drive and/or tape backup to a couple friends ...
by DandyGnome
05 Feb 2008, 03:24
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

Thanks
That fixed to build icons for me as well. Of course I might go back to windowed sometimes as I can't switch spaces (desktops) while playing fullscreen and it is nice to be able to get work done while spring runs in the background.
by DandyGnome
03 Feb 2008, 11:53
Forum: Help & Bugs
Topic: spring erreur de segmentation
Replies: 3
Views: 439

Re: spring erreur de segmentation

Note these are just guesses. The AI possibly is not handling the capture process well and is causing the crash. This might be taken care of in KAI 0.13 but I do not know. Also it appears you are running a lot of gadgets and widgets. Possibly try disabling most of them and see if the problem goes awa...
by DandyGnome
19 Jan 2008, 22:34
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Linux Distro Retardedness
Replies: 18
Views: 1170

Re: Linux Distro Retardedness

The Mac operating systems and programs are for the most part designed such that any operation can be done using one mouse button through buttons or menu items. With windows operating systems there are many things that can only be done using the second mouse button and the contextual menus. So switch...
by DandyGnome
15 Jan 2008, 19:37
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: 3D Displays
Replies: 15
Views: 673

Re: 3D Displays

I have run a polarized 3d projection setup that was displaying 3d LIDAR maps for a dance piece. It was neat and looked good but had the problem of being alpha software in a theater show which meant that Murphy struck and was causing things to fail left and right. Of course some of that might have be...
by DandyGnome
15 Jan 2008, 03:44
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

The link to the latest file is giving me a network timeout message.

Also setting spring to always stay in one space allows one to switch spaces without it going nuts.
by DandyGnome
13 Jan 2008, 22:11
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

Just started a game while at work and therefore I am playing windowed instead of fullscreen and the build icons appear. So they are only missing for me with fullscreen. So something is done differently between windowed and fullscreen mode. If this helps any the graphics card is an ATI Radeon X1600. ...
by DandyGnome
13 Jan 2008, 08:11
Forum: Linux
Topic: Single Player Game, How Do I Get A Mod So I Can Start?
Replies: 4
Views: 830

Re: Single Player Game, How Do I Get A Mod So I Can Start?

You will need to download at least one mod and one map and probably an AI if you want the computer to do something other than stand there. All files can be found here: http://www.unknown-files.net/spring/home/ Once you have downloaded some mods and maps the .sdz or .sd7 files go in ~/.spring/mods ~/...
by DandyGnome
13 Jan 2008, 08:01
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

Using Spring-0.76b1+5286-nomaps with the mod UberHack, SpringVersion 1.3 and map Chess_b2.smf and startscript GlobalAI test (TestGlobalAI.dylib) I played a very quick game with no crash. I was using the LuaUI and the build icons were not appearing. Other than that everything seemed to work. Thanks C...
by DandyGnome
09 Jan 2008, 00:12
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

I managed to give your release a quick try on my Core2Duo MBP. I was able to start a game using Nanoblobs v.64 on the map Chess_b2. The game crashed when I brought a Knight close to the enemy commander's probable location but I did not save the crash report so I will try to duplicate this when I hav...
by DandyGnome
07 Jan 2008, 18:07
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Do you back-up your data?
Replies: 24
Views: 1508

Re: Do you back-up your data?

Optical media while stable for a while, does have a lifespan. It just happens to be fairly long, on the order of several decades to a century. So if you are backing up to optical media I would suggest multiple backups and checking/reburning the backups every so often. Also although this might be che...
by DandyGnome
05 Jan 2008, 19:44
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

You have to download the SVN from here https://spring.clan-sy.com/svn/spring/trunk/ then patch it with the patch that Commander submitted. You also have to download and build all the dependencies for which you could use Commander's dependencies xCode project (note requires that you install the devel...
by DandyGnome
04 Jan 2008, 13:07
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Under Construction - Color vs Colour
Replies: 35
Views: 1252

Re: Under Construction - Color vs Colour

How about whatever spelling the code uses?
by DandyGnome
03 Jan 2008, 06:54
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Rotate, stackable, footprint, collision
Replies: 34
Views: 1787

Re: Rotate, stackable, footprint, collision

Yes that is yardmap, but I believe that is only for stationary buildings. I have a nasty suspicion that putting yardmap in a mobile unit will make it not move or worse. Of course I could be wrong about that.
by DandyGnome
31 Dec 2007, 02:47
Forum: Mac OS X
Topic: Mac Binary Release
Replies: 569
Views: 75616

Re: Mac Binary Release

Well I managed to compile the Dependencies on my MBP so at least that part is universal. I guess we will find out about the rest of spring at some point. Thanks for your work on this.

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