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#7 Improving demo edition in TF2 General Discussion
Kapowwwork on sentry demolition and perimeter control

fixed

posted about 6 years ago
#45 missing ddl links in TF2 General Discussion

Anyone have the old sniper frag videos from before scope delay was added?

In particular I'm thinking of one that had cp_well clips (not pangu vs the doctors).

posted about 6 years ago
#3 + and - frags in Site Discussion
breloomand a spam button that doesn't do anything.
posted about 6 years ago
#15 A side-by-side comparison of Obama's 2008 and 2012 in Off Topic

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posted about 6 years ago
#3 dpi experts ..? in Q/A Help

From the little I understand, you should try to stick to native DPI steps for your mouse. Your mouse will have a couple of 'normal' DPI settings, and any other setting is calculated by estimating off that?

I'm an idiot though

posted about 6 years ago
#14 Setting up a "secret admirer" gift. in Off Topic
radiumI am completely insecure about this, to be honest.

I know what might work - I'll have roses delivered to her front door before we see each other next. Then, I'll wear a pin of a rose that matches the color of the roses that were sent on my jacket/shirt/vest when we next go out. She'll notice it when I walk up to her that evening - one thing I've learned about girls is that they notice these things - and if she doesn't then I guess the next best option would be to sack up and bleed my heart out over a nice dinner.

How does that sound? It sends a silent - but clear - message to her.

Hey. Fellow closet romantic. I'm currently engaged to my best female friend after 4 post HS years of not talking to her.

When I wanted to make it really obvious that I wanted a relationship with my lady, I sent her a package (she was in another state at the time). I spent a month filling it with all kinds of things that showed I listened to her, knew what she liked, and cared. Her favorite cereal was Captain Crunch: Oops all Berries. Well they don't sell it anymore (at least not in stores we know of). So I went and bought 5 of the biggest crunch berries boxes I could find and manually took out all the berries and put them in one box. Then I went online and printed out pictures of the Oops all Berries box, and taped it on the crunchberries box.

In this box I included a letter that made my desires very clear. I told her that I sent this as a friend, and I hoped she liked everything, but yes, I also sent it because I care about her more than a friend.
3 months later I asked her out in person, and 2 years dating later we're getting married.

Anyway, thought you might like the story.
I think the plan I quoted is weird. If you're going to be that obvious about it, be obvious. And put some thought into it. Don't just send her some flowers. Put some of 'you' into however you tell her, or whatever you give her. But don't go too hard. Leave room to have her as a friend if she's not interested.

But really you should know if she's interested or not. You really should. Don't second guess yourself, but also don't see things that aren't there. You should know.

posted about 6 years ago
#16 A good read while at work... in Off Topic

Could not make it past all the bold in order to care about the article.

posted about 6 years ago
#16 Push to talk key in Q/A Help

I use `(~). Can push it easily with my pinky. Only thing that is annoying is games that don't let you rebind console you have to just turn off console and turn it on when you want to use it.

posted about 6 years ago
#41 How do you keep TF2 fun? in TF2 General Discussion

All I do is Pug/Scrim, DM, or play orange.

It's loads of fun destroying bad players on orange. DM gets you instant action. And if you don't like playing comp 6v6 you prob shouldn't play.

posted about 6 years ago
#3 New 4v4 Dallas DM Server - dm2.mediocrity.ca in TF2 General Discussion

4v4 thank you.

posted about 6 years ago
#10 120hz vision blur in TF2 General Discussion

When I switch my monitor from 60 to 75hz it feels blurry. I never kept it like that long enough to see if it affected other things.

Also when I tilt my head to the side it gets blurry.

posted about 6 years ago
#5 Alternatives to speed up the game. in Map Discussion

It also promotes turtle D. Why try to push out when you can get the next point for free by waiting 5 minutes (Assuming a workaround is found to the fact that the team could easily recap the point)?

posted about 6 years ago
#18 Faster maps? 3-CP? in Map Discussion

If you want to put out quality work, sometimes you have to put in some time. I'd rather have 1 cast that everyone enjoys, and impresses people (turning them on more to TF2 getting to see all the cool plays they could be doing), than 3 mediocre ones where someone follows a spy doing nothing for 2 minutes.

I'd like to see a few of those charts. Assuming they're line charts that plot out the whole video.

posted about 6 years ago
#13 Faster maps? 3-CP? in Map Discussion
SalamancerMattThe biggest problem is that playing it requires 6 players and 3 classes. You can go pug other games incredibly easily by yourself. This gets more people into comp to watch/play.
Wouldn't players be more willing to play a PUG if they knew the demand on their time was only going to be 30 minutes, or 20, or less?

Um, most pugs are 30 minutes.

Either way I think it's more about the time taken to join/start a pug than the time spent in it. I can be live in a CS ESEA pug in 5 minutes every time. In every other game you just need the number of players. In TF2 you need the players and the classes.

Edit: You can post graphs showing viewership goes down as time goes on? Yeah, of course. It could be 10 minutes, and you'll still see dropoff.

Here's the proper way to do a VOD: Watch it ahead of time. Record it multiple times. Cut the boring parts, replay/focus the camera on interesting parts/plays.

Anyway. The game length is really not a problem (see every other competitive game), and I don't think shortening it is a good solution.

posted about 6 years ago
#2 Faster maps? 3-CP? in Map Discussion

This is not a problem with why TF2 doesn't have wider viewership.

First of all. You don't have to watch the whole map.
Second of all, look at other competitive games. Plenty are an hour long or more.

The biggest problem is that playing it requires 6 players and 3 classes. You can go pug other games incredibly easily by yourself. This gets more people into comp to watch/play.

This isn't going to get solved, so just be happy with what we have.

posted about 6 years ago
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