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Off-Topic / Re: Religious wars in the programming community
« on: July 19, 2014, 12:39:55 pm »
That's right ExDeus you harri penis FUCK YOU! jk jk

Off-Topic / Re: Religious wars in the programming community
« on: July 19, 2014, 10:20:52 am »
Edsquare you misunderstand me. It's a matter of coincidence because it's completely based on my experience. If I moved to another state or country I won't deny every environment is different. I was just complaining on how it just so happens to be where I live. Also now that I think of it you're right, Justin Beiber, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, etc are all Christians but they are extremely fucked up in the head. I need to be not so quick to make invalid assumptions.

Also it's hard finding other Atheists because I'm afraid of people in general. I've been rejected by like everyone in every school I've gone to. Public/private doesn't matter I've been to plenty of both and everyone hates me. Edsquare you seem to be a real friend I really appreciate talking with you it encourages me to connect in more social events. I've been talking about these things in counceling and the doctor pretty much suggests the same thing you did, Eds, he mentioned this website called "meet up" ( ) where you can meet people in your area you know you'll like and make plans to hang out. I like this one a lot I'm gonna have to check it out:

I have a strange feeling Harri doesn't like me. I don't know why. <awkward silence>

Off-Topic / Re: Religious wars in the programming community
« on: July 19, 2014, 12:08:10 am »
ExDeus I found the opposite correlation. Every Christian family I know has tons of money they travel the world on vacation in famous places all the time. That money doesn't just fall out of their armpits it's rooted by their jobs, hard work, and education. Public schools are filled with swarms of atheists that don't want anything but to get drunk and smoke pot and all that shit rather than get a serious education. Passing just barely. The grading system in american public schools are fucked. Dumb as hell. Where as I've been kicked out of numerous private schools because it was too much work and quite frankly a group of people who were generally a lot smarter than me. Didn't have that problem at all in public school.

The only thing I care about and agree with in religion is not being selfish, push your limits, and actually accomplish something to be proud of before you push up daisies. Most people with no standards or book so to speak to go by don't have much room for living a productive life. All you'd ever care about with that mindset is beer, drugs and 40 women fucking you all at once. It's like nothing else matters. The only atheists that I'm aware that care about science like at all are those people on TV, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, etc but other than myself I've never met an atheist like that in person. I personally find it humiliating to the community. Celebrities make money not on education, but "acting school" which isn't the same thing. That would explain their stupid choice in investments. (drugs, etc). It makes me want to throw up. I'm desperate to meet more atheists that are like-minded with me in these regards. You know, like actually caring to do something beneficial for the human race at any level possible.

Does anyone here know Second Reality from the GMC? He's the kind of friend I could be super close with if only we lived anywhere near each other. He's an atheist but he actually cares to do things that can benefit other people. He's so awesome. I need a friend like that I know in person. It really sucks. Like really bad. I want to let go my christian friends sooner or later. But all that's left are the atheists in my neighborhood who hate my guts for damning them to hell. Almost forgot, Robert is another great example of an unselfish friend. You're awesome Robby!! :D

I'm just gonna stop complaining about my lack of non-cyber friends right now.

Works in Progress / Re: My Games Are Now On Linux! (via GMS)
« on: July 17, 2014, 05:55:41 pm »
In other news I redesigned my website

Would like some opinions. :D Thanks

Off-Topic / Re: Religious wars in the programming community
« on: July 17, 2014, 12:57:32 pm »
Religion causes wars. Not programming languages, OS's and all that other geeky stuff. While there are many passionate fans of every non-dead OS (Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, etc) it's nothing to cause any violence over let alone war. That's like comparing a jagged knife with a sponge.

@edsquare that's great news. GMS produced just the executable (for some reason all Linux exes have no file extension?). I don't care about packing it into an rpm / deb etc since apparently as you said that makes things less compatible. Thanks! :D

@edsqare thanks for the info, that should help greatly for when I have time for it. I wanted a Wubi equivalent because it's easy and I already know how to do it. But your post seems to cover everything enough to require me minimal research to do it through a disk image. Thank you so much!! :D

Testing on them is a great idea.
Was that sarcasm? How do I pack my app into an installer (*.elf or *.deb I assume) that auto-detects what it needs in order to run it? I've tried googling these kind of things and it's really hard finding relevant information.

I'd like to install a Linux OS that is specifically something other than Ubuntu. I want it to not replace my Windows 7 but rather dual boot with it side-by-side, so I can select which to boot in every time I turn on my PC. I don't want an *.iso disk image file, I want an exe installer similar to Wubi (an Ubuntu installer exe) but to install a non-Ubuntu Linux OS so I can test my "Ubuntu" GMS games and see if they work on non-Ubuntu OS's. YYG said their Ubuntu module (even though it is only targeted to specifically run on and cater to Ubuntu) can also run games on non-Ubuntu Linux OS's and I want to test how well they work and investigate the level of compatibility there is with GMS games on different Linux OS's.

Works in Progress / Re: My Games Are Now On Linux! (via GMS)
« on: July 15, 2014, 09:41:12 pm »
even if they come out with a linux YYC I won't need it anyway. The filesize is tiny and it runs like a dream. What more could I want? I won't be able to use the YYC version for when/if it ever comes to 1.X, because it would require connecting to my Ubuntu Virtual Box which I have no idea how to do. Not really worth farting around with.

Works in Progress / My Games Are Now On Linux! (via GMS)
« on: July 15, 2014, 07:46:25 pm »
No thanks to a certain bug-loaded GM clone,
I finally managed to port my games to Linux!

Real Men Wear Pink HD
Man Boobs Are Candy Corn HD
Attack of the Naked Blockheads 3D

Robert: Thanks bro. :D You mean like the original mark the penguin or this flappy clone too?

Off-Topic / WINE & Crossover
« on: July 15, 2014, 11:45:24 am »
So wine can let you run old delphi-based GM 8.1 games, correct? Are there any exceptions in what it can and can't do on linux regarding GM 8.1 exes? Also I realize in order to run my games on Linux without any Wine or external installer and actually "convert" the windows exe to a legit standalone Linux app, I need to buy crossover which basically is wine based but fills in the gaps to make it standalone / no need for terminal commands or 3rd party installs, just double click and run it by itself.

Is all of this correct? I want to know a few things before I go through the trouble of porting my projects downgraded from GMS to 8.1 AND purchase crossover. I would post this at the crossover and/or wine forums but this is specifically about porting GM 8.1 games.


General ENIGMA / Re: New functions available in the rooms editor.
« on: July 13, 2014, 12:18:36 pm »
where the boobies is TKG?

HD graphics + no zoom feature = I only use GMS for room editing, I can't see anything.

These additions are pretty useless to me for the time being. :P


It loads just fine for me. I have the latest portable zip from dropbox. Oops it's past my bedtime. See you in the morning. good night. :D

You is, datz da janc muthu clucka'


Can we go back to being on topic please. It was off topic long before it was initially on topic.