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Evil Steve

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Yay, GDNet is back!

Let's see, what have I done... I downloaded Office 2007 from my MSDN subscription, and I've got that installed for writing my GDD, and I managed to get my ATI drivers installed (Old version), finally. However, they keep screwing with my multimonitor setup - the second monitor starts up with "VIDEO ERROR" on the OSD, and I have to go to display properties, Un-check "Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor", click Apply, then re-check it and click apply and it works. Not too bad, but irritating nonetheless. I'll try the latest drivers at some point, when I can be bothered.

I also got MSVC installed, and then found that I didn't have the platform SDK with me. So I've downloaded that, but not yet installed it. I really need to get MSVC back up and running so I have no excuse not to code...

EDIT:

It's my lunch break now, and I'm bored. GDNet isn't busy enough yet. Cartoon Network Racing is out in the UK now (Whee).

Anyone played The Settlers III? I just discovered that their resource gathering stuff is very similar (read: pretty much identical [sad]) to my idea. I.e. you have workers transport goods from one location to another. Oh well. I'm going to go do 'something'.
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i have played but i think settlers II was better. here's the free remake, maybe you know: http://widelands.drehatlas.de/modules/news/

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