Discussion in 'MSC Clan' started by Martyn Tallanvor, Oct 17, 2001.
When is D2 coming out for OS X?
i don't think d2 for OS X is confirmed yet, but blizzard is carbonizing starcraft so i can only assume that diablo2 will be next... soon we hope.
long time indeed!
Blizzard cant even get D2 to run good on MacOS 8/9.
Unfortunately, I think its going to be awhile for OS X.
One of their Mac programmers said the frame rate issue in RAVE/OpenGL wouldn't exist in X, something to do with the rendering implementation in Classic.
Well, that would be nice.
hey tallanvor you get your name from the eye of the world series to?
Good = adjective
well = adverb
Blizzard can't even get d2 to run well
You're modifying the verb which requires an adverb.
Blizzard makes good games.
You're modifying a noun which requires an adjective.
too much like English class to me.... geez!!
i Doant knead no engrish clas, i coud alreddy tawk gud.
hey gil, who's gilgamesh? i used to think it was just a name you made up, but i saw this picture someone drew, written gilgamesh under it
second post and on
Spockirk...thanks for the assist.....
The current poblems are rave and openGL when you have an ATi card. I have great performance in OpenGL with a V5 5500, 50-60 FPS.
Varies between 59-61 here, no matter the environment, whether I'm standing still in town or have just killed shenk, I think at this point I'm limited by CPU (voodoo in Mac and PC, these are the fps on the Mac).
Preach on brother. Preach on. The ability to use correct grammar is an underrated virtue.
*me tips cow*
Sorry, I prefer to say:
Blizzard can't even get D2 to run good.
BTW, although good is normally used as an adjective, it can also be used as an adverb or noun. Also, I might use slang in a sentence and so I hope you are not offended too terribly by that.
Yes, i am back...
i realized that i had a lot of free time on my hands that i was spending sleeping, so i am now back on the forums. By the way, use grammar well for it is your best friend, it can make you seem smart even when you're not.
Separate names with a comma.