Have been working on the audio sequencing class. This should enable a fair amount of options with regards to dynamic music in game. I hate repetitive music in game, and this should allow for something a little less predictable, but still sounds great. I have had this idea since I played the first Diablo many moons ago, and I got sick of the constant guitar strumming in Tristram...
Well, in the title of this entry the F****ing students is actually the 'Flipping' students. All I can say is
Anyway, after doing a bit of registry hacking I have the solution...
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
The value is either "Y" or "N". Y for Hotkeys enabled, N for Hotkeys disabled. This stops the students from being able to turn their screen upside down, while in the meantime saving the poor sap who's job it is to run around to each machine in a newly installed lab and disable it manually... Can't believe they didn't just create a Ghost Image and deploy it out instead... It's not like I haven't set up Ghost Console to do that in two clicks anyway :)