Fantastic work Lindsey! Keep it up!
The ship in that last image looks like an Asgard O'Neill-class ship.
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Difference of preference then, I suppose. Yeah, fair enough. I didn't like it at first either, but then I started to use it and I saw the benefits. Um, personally I'd rather pass on that format. These forums are like most other game forums I've visited such as the /mwo forums and the planetside2 fo...
Hey, point me to a discourse forum that is as functional and beautiful as ours and I'll switch. There's a dark theme? There's also a categories view that can be set as the default home page? I just find it great that it shows all the latest active threads from all forums, encourages people to parti...
Have you guys considered moving to Discourse? (don't let the front page fool you. It's entirely free and open source software, and includes an automatic phpBB migration script)
With the most practical option shot down, I switched attack vectors and tried what seemed to me the next most practical: splitting the C++ into smaller bits to make it more manageable. I split up what was a 'monolithic' engine, compiled all into one library, into component pieces compiled into diff...
- Forum: Announcements
- Topic: The State of Limit Theory Development, 2017 Edition!
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- Mon Jan 23, 2017 3:58 am
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*lobs a photon torpedo at Victor*Victor Tombs wrote:Or sling them at me...if it will make you feel any better. I won't retaliate but I have a long memory for such attacks.
Hello.Silverware wrote:Hadn't seen the 90-90 rule before. I like itGrumblesaur wrote:The ninety-ninety rule and Hofstadter's Law come to mind:
Josh if you're reading this, you need to come out and reassure your loyal supporters, we really can't handle another 6 months of silence .. show us something, anything. Even a screen like this , to show us the LT universe working. Let us theory craft again, with something. :D He may not be capable ...
Please get out of this nasty habit and way of thinkingJoshParnell wrote:I've just not got a lot to show in the way of 'old' type of content, and I don't think people are going to find what I'm doing at the moment particularly interesting
You guys need to understand, that the Limit Theory engine is tightly coupled at the moment, and that's a bad thing . Josh is trying to reverse his early design and development decisions, so that work can proceed much quicker than before (as I believe he has said). Loosely coupled software is much ea...
Warning! Warning!Victor Tombs wrote:Danger, Will Robinson!JoshParnell wrote:
Expectationers gonna be expectationers
It's one of those times where "I'm either on to something big or have lost my mind," but at least this time I lost my mind in my free time, not on LT work hours! Win-win! Kind of!