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Stirred the pot - proposed APX for inclusion in gnome games. Unleash VALA!

https://mail.gnome.org/archives/games-list/2014-April/thread.html#00000
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I can't think of a single application that wouldn't have regressions in Gnome 3
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Hm. Yeah, I see your point.
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Lens flares does the same for sci-fi that cogs do for steampunk.
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guacajournmelee much?
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go to poland!
 
We are recruiting!

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♥ responsive layouts and building for multiple form-factors
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 For the last few months among other things i've been fiddling with a port of a lovely game from 1980ies called QIX.It is implemented in hamster graphics and was a fun venture in basic game develop...
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fun with geometry
 
Hi. Nice work! I see that sou successfully managed to create a working logic for covering the area and calculating the percentage for the covered area. Would you consider sharing your solution? My friend and I are trying to create this game but the logic for covering the area is proving to be a headache. Keep it up!
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There are sparks and fuses. When you stop moving in your current cut path, a fuse would start going up from the base of your current line, it would freeze when you resume drawing. Also, after a certain time the sparks turn into supersparks that can also climb the current line.

The fuses are too wimpy, and practically speaking, you will not find yourself idling in this game much.
The super sparks, on the other hand, i feel are bending the fairness of the game. QIX comes from penny arcade, and this guy, while still on the gentle side, was shaking you like a nice, fat bully - QUARTER IN - MINUTE OUT - NOW BEAT IT!
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Why, of course there is BLINK tag in libreoffice (format -> character -> font effects -> [x] Blinking)

And there are people using it too, of course :)
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Let's run search when someone types in stuff in the file manager and let's make it recursive. Surely people won't have folders by same name in their home directory. Let's also make sure that there is a half a second or perhaps a bit longer pause before showing the results.

love, gnome 3.
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hmm. it was like - the previous (perfectly functional) behavior was dropped before the new one could be at least on the functional somewhat-parity (writing somewhat because the filtering killed the sideffect of the previous, which was navigation and iteration)

a year later (just one or when was filtering introduced?), the filtering is still lagging seriously in performance and knowing that i try to avoid it, because i'll be awarded with a moment of blankness and then results that i realize i did not want as i was looking for something else.

most of the time i use the file manager to navigate around and manage multiple files, not to find a single one to open it (there are open dialogs for that). so the purpose of filtering is somewhat lost on me.
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