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Telii

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  1. So I've looked at the eStarland website and this thread, but I'm not seeing any measurements for the T-shirt sizes. I generally end up buying either medium or large, but obviously I don't have any way of comparing the sizes of these shirts with T-shirts that I already own.

    Anyway, if someone who has a medium or large T-shirt (or DJP) could take two measurements for me, it would be much appreciated, as I really would like to buy a couple of these T-shirts. Two measurements will be enough - just lay the shirt flat and get me the measurement from the top of the collar to the very bottom of the shirt, and the length from armpit to armpit. I don't particularly mind if you can only give me measurements in inches, either imperial or metric is fine.

    Thanks in advance to anyone who can supply me with this information.

  2. I'm a Linux nub and use Mandriva. I only got it because it appeared to be one of the most popular when I researched a bit, and was generally considered good for those new to Linux. I've been using it alongside XP on my desktop PC for almost a year now.

  3. I'm going to be buying a Wii in the near future, and since I (now) have a television set capable of displaying 480p, I am going to be buying the component cables to do this. I have never done this before, and have just used the AV cables that come packaged with the consoles.

    Now, I have read that with the Gamecube, if you wanted to run your games in progressive scan mode, you had to hold down the B button when you booted the console. I did some quick Googling about the Wii and this but I couldn't find anything about it. My question, very simply, is this - am I supposed to do a similar thing with the Wii in order for the games to actually be displayed in 480p?

  4. I also agree that fad threads should not have a place in OffTopic, as they are a waste of space and really junk up the queue.

    So in this case it is the end of The Nice Work Guy, Chargin Our Lazers, and laughing at Cock-bee. Bascially nutering out the fun.

    Do you even know what a fad thread is?

  5. I'd suggest burning them to a CD and ripping them, or if you don't want the quality hit from doing so, try and download them from another source. As far as I can tell, it's the fault of the files. I have a couple songs that are roughly 4-5 minutes that are listed as around 24 in both iTunes and Winamp. There might also be a program out there that fixes the playing times on songs.

    Or, you know, just get a free audio conversion tool and recreate the file that way instead of going to all the trouble of burning a CD and ripping from it.

  6. Or maybe turn it into a javascript button, so it'll just pop open when you push the button and you can type your reply, rather than have it sit there and eat up half a screen?

    If you click the collapse_tcat.gif button at the top right of the Quick Reply box, it'll be out of your way somewhat until you choose to use it, if you choose to use it.

  7. Any hope for doing something about the smacktarded behavior of the "quick reply" window? Or maybe just get rid of it entirely? I can't seem to find an option for it..

    It's next to the quote buttons, at the bottom of every post.

    A good way to have it work, would be so you could just quickly post a reply to the thread(default at the OP, if needed), so you can actually make use of it to quickly reply to a rapidly moving topic. Otherwise, it's just sorta sitting there, taking up room, being ugly.

    I've seen it work similar to this on other fora. It's automatically enabled, and lacks a quoting tickbox. If you want to quote people you don't use it, or type the code.

  8. I know I need an SD card and I know I need something to get the tuneage from my computer onto the card, but I'm kinda lost there.

    You can get little things that resemble USB flash drives that have a slot in them that you put the card in, and then transfer via USB onto the card. Usually they support a number of card formats (with just the one card slot) so make sure you get one that supports SD. That would be the cheapest way to go I would say.

    Hmm - sounds like it'd run over $30. I dunno if I wanna do something like that for a system which'll probably support custom soundtracks on very few games.

    Then you're looking in the wrong places.

  9. I know I need an SD card and I know I need something to get the tuneage from my computer onto the card, but I'm kinda lost there.

    You can get little things that resemble USB flash drives that have a slot in them that you put the card in, and then transfer via USB onto the card. Usually they support a number of card formats (with just the one card slot) so make sure you get one that supports SD. That would be the cheapest way to go I would say.

  10. - I had to move around my volume a little to get everything perfect, in order to hear everything. Your piano for example is really low; I can tell you were going for lower dynamics but I think some volume couldn't hurt, to bring it to the foreground more. Some other fine tuning could be made but that was the only glaring thing I found.

    - A lot goes on in the two and a half minutes of your mix, but you'll probably be told that lengthening it will make it a stronger candidate, which is something to consider. It's quite an enjoyable track, and if you can work in some more of the same quality it'll end up being much better for it.

  11. I play more casually these days, doing the Nightfall campaign very slowly and joining in the odd Alliance Battles as they are the only form of PvP I bother with anymore. I'm a nub though, 850 or so hours over the past 13 or 14 months.

    If I start playing somewhat regularly I may post an IGN.

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