sheybey
Account Details
SteamID64 76561198013023668
SteamID3 [U:1:52757940]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:0:26378970
Country United States
Signed Up September 2, 2014
Last Posted August 2, 2019 at 8:37 AM
Posts 89 (0 per day)
Game Settings
In-game Sensitivity slow
Windows Sensitivity default
Raw Input 1
DPI
lots
Resolution
high
Refresh Rate
fast
Hardware Peripherals
Mouse good
Keyboard cheap
Mousepad large
Headphones expensive
Monitor slow
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#51 weird / guilty youtube pleasures in Off Topic

Oh man, lock picking lawyer is great. I watch a ton of his stuff while waiting for compiles at work - I can fit one or two in per compile because he picks through them so fast.

https://www.youtube.com/user/ChipCheezumLPs
Obsessively thorough and well-edited let's plays.

https://www.youtube.com/user/danooct1
Old Windows/DOS viruses.

posted 6 months ago
#1 name change in Requests

'sheybey' please.

Slowly but surely switching over to my real name, if only to discourage myself from shitposting.

posted about a year ago
#12 Malicious tftv ads in Site Discussion

Unfortunately, the only way around problems like this is to get an ad blocker or wait for the ad network to remove the malicious ad.

the301stspartanHey friends those are really all very great suggestions about installing software to block the ads, however - hear me out for a second - I would like to mention (bear with me here), have u also considered the following:

enigma should not host malicious ads on his website

Have you considered the following:

enigma does not hand-pick the ads that run on this website

Google ads is an extremely popular service. It's inevitable that some bad actors are going to get in the mix. Usually, they will notice and remove the malicious ads after a few days. However, due to the obscene number of ads they manage, this process takes time and isn't perfect. Enigma cannot possibly vet every single ad that runs here for the same reason.

posted about a year ago
#1 vtf2png (In-browser VTF decoder) in Projects

The long-awaited complement to vtfconv.

http://tf.heybey.org/vtf2png

Features:

  • Does the opposite of vtfconv (converts vtfs to pngs)
  • Entirely in-browser - the image never leaves your computer
  • Nifty preview that goes off your screen if you convert a big VTF
  • Doesn't actually encode the png (right click on the preview to save it). Didn't feel like coming up with a better name
  • Because of the above point, consumes absurd amounts of memory for large vtfs
  • Better code than vtfconv (read the comments if you want to go on an adventure)
posted about a year ago
#28 Good Single-Player Games? in Other Games

If you like 2D action/adventure, Daniel Remar has a neat catalog. As a bonus, they're all free.
http://www.remar.se/daniel/games.php
Personally, I'm a big fan of Iji and Hero Core. If you don't mind going a little light on the action, Strawberry Jam is also very entertaining, if a little short.

If you're a fan of old DOS-style games, the company he works for put out MURI, which he had a large hand in the development of. While I haven't played it myself, I hear it's good.

posted about a year ago
#4 Mid settings on DX9 = bad frames in Hardware
VulcanTry running it on the highest settings possible

Agreed. I recently built a machine with an i7 and a GTX 1080 and TF2 runs noticeably better on high settings as opposed to low or medium.

I've never tried DX8 or an FPS config though, so I couldn't tell you how they would run.

e: related reading
http://www.teamfortress.tv/30651/boost-fps-with-this-one-simple-trick

posted about 2 years ago
#40 Kuferl.tf TDM Servers in TF2 General Discussion
Kuferl/home/groups/sourcemod/upload_tmp/php8sauIl.sp(59 -- 61) : error 076: syntax error in the expression, or invalid function call
/home/groups/sourcemod/upload_tmp/php8sauIl.sp(68) : warning 203: symbol is never used: "destroy_sticky"

getting these errors when compiling.

It works for me - you might have an older version of sourcemod. I removed some of the newer syntax, see if it works now.
https://gist.github.com/sheybey/544047d6ff0d14c44108b152ac1e9761

posted about 2 years ago
#37 Kuferl.tf TDM Servers in TF2 General Discussion
Kuferlregarding stickies: don't know tbh, if you find a sm plugin that can accomplish that let me know, but I don't really have the time/interest in looking for it myself at the moment.

I wrote a plugin to do this if you still want to try out this idea:
https://gist.github.com/anonymous/2c59fe42d6e7f1de92b266069b6c4745

posted about 2 years ago
#20 Anyone well versed in python language? in Off Topic

It wouldn't count " the" at the end of the string. Granted, that's not valid English, but I wouldn't take that risk going off of what little I've read of Shakespeare. I've gotten wrong answers on problems like this in the past by making that kind of assumption.

posted about 2 years ago
#16 Anyone well versed in python language? in Off Topic
>>> vulcan_count("Theodore reads his thesaurus at the theater")
4

I think splitting the string or using regex is the better part of valor here. Making a list of this kind of rule can get out of hand fast.

posted about 2 years ago
#12 Anyone well versed in python language? in Off Topic
VulcanepiVulcan, your code will miss "the" at the beginning or end of the string.
>>> "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog".count(" the ")
1
Edited thank you

That doesn't work any better.

>>> "absinthe is an old sounding word".count("the ")
1
posted about 2 years ago
#10 Anyone well versed in python language? in Off Topic

Vulcan, your code will miss "the" at the beginning or end of the string.

>>> "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog".count(" the ")
1
posted about 2 years ago
#6 Anyone well versed in python language? in Off Topic

Regex or str.lower.

The python docs are great and should generally be your first place to look.
https://docs.python.org

posted about 2 years ago
#15 Old Pics of TF2 Legends in TF2 General Discussion

http://78.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mds6wcrCTp1rlzl4oo1_1280.png

https://thankyoupapajohns.tumblr.com

posted about 2 years ago
#5 Is it dead? in Hardware

Hard drives are pretty cheap as far as computer components go. 5 minutes on amazon says $35 for 500GB, $50 for 1TB, and $100 for a 250GB SSD. All US prices, but unless you're in a place with heavy taxes they shouldn't be too much higher than that.

posted about 2 years ago
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