Old 2nd December 2004, 21:35   #41
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yeah i speak portugues, but nothing else except english ...

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Old 2nd December 2004, 22:41   #42
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Not a laptop, a minitower with SIMM ram. couldn't begin to say how much video memory it has..

Please, send it; I have no difficulty desoldering about anything at my work if it'd still work.
right, it was hboy who found a notebook at home. Must have mixed it up.

Are you skillful enough to selder the cpu onto another mainboard again? Wow, that would really be difficult, since the lenght of the pins varies cause they were broken off roughly.

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Old 3rd December 2004, 05:31   #43
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well, they have to be long enough to make it to the other end of the board of course, or else there's nothing to make conatact with the soldering islands (translated litterally from Dutch) when I solder it.

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Old 3rd December 2004, 15:20   #44
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btw is there any interest in a translated version?
Given that the guide has only been downloaded about 400 times I doubt the demand is really there. If one abmitiously estimates that 5% of the readers are of your given translation language your aiming for an audience of about 20 people... thats a lot of work for 20 readers.

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Old 3rd December 2004, 16:26   #45
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I think that won't be possible anymore... I just now brought it up again from a dusty well hidden box and had to see that this part of hardware history is defnitely out of order.

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I had no idea about how many people actually were interested in your tutorial. (probably because i find your tutorial so great, there have been thousands downloading it in my thoughts ).
However, in that case we should be content with your .doc and nolita's html version (anticipating it's completion).

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Old 4th December 2004, 05:18   #46
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nolita's html version NOLITAS?!, im making it! :P

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Old 4th December 2004, 06:43   #47
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Excuse me? I totally stuck it on the back burner(waiting for Matt to do make the html). I don't think you should wait for Pak-9's final version of the manual because ideally there will never be a final version of the manual. That's because ideally there will never be a "final" version of AVS. There will continue to be new innovations, with everything from APEs to the program itsself.

I think it's similair to any other software manual, or book. I have more than one Photoshop manual, and book. Also more than one 3DS Max book. It's because there has to be a manual for each version. Just because someone has everything from earlier versions of an app down pat doesn't mean they understand a newer version, or a new plug-in or in AVS APE. That's not even counting when new people "discover" an application.

You just do it, then submit it to Pak-9 and wait for him to check it out and approve it. Realize the version we read and love will expand over time, some parts may become obsolete(if something that works better comes along of course), still some new parts will have to be added.

I'm not saying Pak-9 will have to continue making new versions all by himself. I mean he may decide he doesn't want to, or might find himself swamped and without the needed time. If the manual is in the spirit of AVS, I'm sure he won't mind if other people helped out. It's a community service he has provided, and he should be very proud, or at least feel a great deal of satisfaction that so many of us do indeed appreciate it.

BTW, I'm not entirely sure that ^..^ meant to type "nolita's html version" it might have just been a slip of the tongue via the fingers/keyboard.
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Old 4th December 2004, 11:33   #48
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i'm sorry about this misunderstanding. It seemed to me like nolita would do it. Sorry matt, i didn't intend to offend you. I hope you are pleased again when i revise that last sentence:

"However, in that case we should be content with your .doc and soon MATT's html version (anticipating it's completion)."

Perhpaps you should have posted a defnitie word who in the end took this job. Then we could have spared this discusion.

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Old 5th December 2004, 19:31   #49
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Old 5th December 2004, 22:09   #50
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why should it be different here?

Joking apart, i hope that anyone will finally do the html version. I think it would be for the public benefit (at least it would be worth the work )

However, i'm sorry if you got hurt . I know that feeling: It's worst when my mother is on the phone with my grandparents (just to take one example). She can calmly talk about me, whithout even recognizing that i'm sitting next to her

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Old 22nd December 2004, 01:58   #51
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You can simply go

hu=i*$PI*2;
red=cos(hu)*0.5+0.5;
green=cos(hu+1.9)*0.5+0.5;
blue=cos(hu+2.8)*0.5+0.5;
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Old 22nd December 2004, 12:00   #52
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You should install wa on it... get some really technical AVS's running, mmm... frameratelicious
erm, no i don't think so
a Pentium 75 does not have MMX ^^
most components need mmx though (convo, texer2, triangle )
most of the filters too, i think

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Old 23rd December 2004, 04:14   #53
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Lets just bring this back to subject again...
in texer 2 there is
Iw image width
ih image height
there are also
reg00 - reg99
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Lets just bring this back to subject again...
Is the question not answered yet then?

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They sure know how to reward their (high-end machine addicted) trainees...

well, not that addicted, or else I wasn't using a celeron myself (1.7GHz, but still...)

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actually that pc doesn't have to be fast enough for winamp, right? You should probably only use it for office purposes...

However, i know it would be nice to use "some free minutes" for avs or so.

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erm, no i don't think so
a Pentium 75 does not have MMX ^^
most components need mmx though (convo, texer2, triangle )
most of the filters too, i think
Well if APE makers bothered to put instruction set detection into their APE's it wouldnt be a problem.

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Old 25th December 2004, 23:05   #59
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Why should we go through that trouble to cater to 0.000001% of the AVS using population, when we could just spend that time implementing a useful feature?

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Old 26th December 2004, 17:47   #61
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AVS require directX 7 anyway.
I don't think it's even installable on a non MMX cpu
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What was the point of this thread again?

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this thread is about getting a pentium 75 (without mmx or directX) to show a proper rainbow in AVS

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what about a rainbow.ape that does the rainbow without any mmx?

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