Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread shaun everiss
I have never heard something like that. There is all this drm and antipiracy things that the music and video industry has got ms to do. in short meaning you can only play licenced files. At 09:06 a.m. 23/02/2007, you wrote: erm? so is all i've been told about it lies then? that you have to keep

[Audyssey] sryth game master not responding

2007-02-25 Thread Storm Shadow
HI Everyone, I have emailed the game master on several occasions about different problems I have been having in the game. recently I completed all the proving ground events. In one of the proving ground events I was given some armor this was special armor it was magical. I checked to see if I

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Josh
yes but where people make drm, other people write software to get around the drm stuff. Josh - Original Message - From: shaun everiss [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 5:17 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista I have

Re: [Audyssey] jim kitchen's golf game

2007-02-25 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Josh, No, there is no walk through for my golf game. I think that the best thing that you could do is to practice on the putting practice green. Putting is one of the more difficult aspects of the game of golf, but with practice you can get pretty good at it in my game. No, sorry no mod

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread damien c. sadler - head of x-sight interactive
what is drm? regards, damien - Original Message - From: Josh [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 11:46 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista yes but where people make drm, other people write software to get around

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Josh
digital rights management. It's put in place so that content such as mp3s can only be played on your computer and cannot be coppied or shared. But there's software to get around it. Josh - Original Message - From: damien c. sadler - head of x-sight interactive [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Yohandy
I doubt it. It said that if you're a C++ programmer, you can use it to compile C++ code as well. So I doubt it's as bad as autoit. lol - For an amazing video gaming site containing original soundtracks, game art, etc, go here. http://gh.ffshrine.org?r=16426 - Original

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Yohandy
Well I haven't tried it yet. The FAQ says that it can compile executables. It didn't say anything about audio games, but it can handle audio, so I'm pretty sure it can. - For an amazing video gaming site containing original soundtracks, game art, etc, go here.

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Davy Kager
Then it seems to be some sort of a library like Allegro is. - Original Message - From: Yohandy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 2:30 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising. I doubt it. It said

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Yohandy
There's no software to get around DRM protection. Not that I know of. - For an amazing video gaming site containing original soundtracks, game art, etc, go here. http://gh.ffshrine.org?r=16426 - Original Message - From: Josh [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Yohandy
Digital Rights Management. - For an amazing video gaming site containing original soundtracks, game art, etc, go here. http://gh.ffshrine.org?r=16426 - Original Message - From: damien c. sadler - head of x-sight interactive [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Josh
yes there is. it's called sound taxy. Do a google search for it. Josh - Original Message - From: Yohandy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 8:40 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista There's no software to get around

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Josh
but if you're not a c++ programmer, can you still use it to make high-quality audio games? Josh - Original Message - From: Yohandy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 8:30 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] New programming language.

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Josh, According to what I have read on the language the author stated some ability to write games, but I have no idea if that extends to accessible games, or to how high quality you can make them. In all seriousness I think a blind computer user interested in languages is better served by

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Yohandy, The new simple language looks cool as gfar as the advertisements about it goes, but being a developer I am a bit sceptical as to it's true strength and ability to design a wide range of powerful applications and games. Although, it does contain a stripped down C++ compiler which

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Yohandy
I'm guessing, if you learn the language. It's supposed to be a full blown language. I'm going to try it and see what happens. - For an amazing video gaming site containing original soundtracks, game art, etc, go here. http://gh.ffshrine.org?r=16426 - Original Message

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Damien, I was thinking something along the same lines. Everything thinks the simple language is the most awesome, but if they were exposed to a true qualified language they would realise very shortly how much was taken out of the simple languages to make it simple. damien c. sadler - head

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi, Actually, the drm is supposed to restrict premium content files. A huge mistake for Microsoft I think as anything Vista thinks is premium it either refuses to play or restricts the quality. Why? I have no idea, but MS has become copyright paranoid in their old age. This is compounded that

Re: [Audyssey] sryth game master not responding

2007-02-25 Thread Bryan Peterson
Did you save the game after getting the armor? That might be the problem right there. The game automatically saves your Proving Grounds scores but it might not necessarily save any items you get unless you yourself save the game. As for the GM not responding, he has a very tough spam filter

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Josh, Actually, people have already been there and done that. A week after Vista hit shelves of your local computer and office supply store the internet lit up with all sorts of cracks for drm to play illegal copied content as well as unlock full premium content. Am I worried about drm. Not

Re: [Audyssey] Sryth dropping/equipping items

2007-02-25 Thread Bryan Peterson
Heck, I was using the old Windows 98 on my mom's computer before I got my Laptop, so you're not as behind as you think Bryan and Jennie - Original Message - From: MissWings [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org; Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent:

Re: [Audyssey] New programming language. sounds promising.

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Josh, It can compile exe files from what I have read on the FAQ, and the author mentioned writing games, but I don't honestly see really complex games being designed. Especially, games where there are several game characters, weapons, etc involved like an rpg. One of the things I did not

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Damien, It is Microsoft's name for there knew ultra paranoid digital copy protection software in Win Vista. It is suppose to protect the illegal use of dvds hd dvds, and copying of them, but people have already broken it of course. As usual a pointless piece of software put there to stop

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Yohandy, Think again. smile Someone already cracked drm a week after Vista came out, and it was highly publicised. No doubt MS is turning green, and moaning about all the work that was just flushed down the toilet by a cracker who decided drm sucked and found a way to get around it.

[Audyssey] pipe stats

2007-02-25 Thread nicol
HI all This stats is not really something to brag about. I'm just excited that I managed to shoot 13 thugs on the first bonus level. Has anyone been able to do this? ***Statistics for Game Started on 2/25/2007 8:00:09 PM Final Score: 1978441; not high enough to reach your local top ten You beat

Re: [Audyssey] pipe stats

2007-02-25 Thread Davy Kager
Wow, these stats are really well-generated! I'm sure that the next game I'll purchase is going to be Pipe2... - Original Message - From: nicol [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Audyssey Blind gaming Gamers discussion list Gamers@audyssey.org; [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday,

Re: [Audyssey] Sryth dropping/equipping items

2007-02-25 Thread Everett Elam
Same here! Woo 98 ain't so bad heh. - Original Message - From: Bryan Peterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 9:17 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Sryth dropping/equipping items Heck, I was using the old Windows 98 on my mom's

[Audyssey] proving grounds

2007-02-25 Thread Everett Elam
I was just wondering how high of a level I should be to go to the proving grounds. Are there advs for lower players? Spirit. In every language in all the Realms, surface and Underdark, in every time and every place, the word has a ring of strength and determination. It is the hero's strength,

Re: [Audyssey] proving grounds

2007-02-25 Thread Bryan Peterson
A higher MR. That's what'll get you a good quantity of Adv Tokens. Bryan and Jennie - Original Message - From: Karl [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 2:11 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] proving grounds Hi, My character has a MR of 48, and I'm having

Re: [Audyssey] proving grounds

2007-02-25 Thread Bryan Peterson
Nope, the PG contests aren't necessarily for weaker players. Bryan and Jennie - Original Message - From: Everett Elam [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: gamers audyssey. gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Friday, January 05, 2007 12:54 PM Subject: [Audyssey] proving grounds I was just wondering how high of a

Re: [Audyssey] Sryth Lothren whereabouts

2007-02-25 Thread Mongwen
Hi AC. Lothren is on the same street as those actors. Go there and wander around a bit. The icons can only be used on certain items and you will not have any of them yet. They must be bought in the place that will become known to you when you make Lothren's acquaintance. Other things will

Re: [Audyssey] proving grounds

2007-02-25 Thread Mongwen
They're all the same. I would suggest you complete all quests and get your skills and/or powers as high as you possibly can before trying them. Mongwen - Original Message - From: Everett Elam [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: gamers audyssey. gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Friday, January 05, 2007 2:54

[Audyssey] proving Grounds crypt

2007-02-25 Thread Yvonne Alaniz
I am in the third proving grounds event and I am currently in the crypt. I am mapping it but the place is so huge I can't seem to find my way to the big baddy. I fought the skeleton with the shadow stone and won but I can't seem to find the bad guy that will end the adventure. Thanks, Yvonne

Re: [Audyssey] proving Grounds crypt

2007-02-25 Thread Liam Erven
I couldn't find that there skeleton. I feel your pain though. - Original Message - From: Yvonne Alaniz [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 5:00 PM Subject: [Audyssey] proving Grounds crypt I am in the third proving grounds

Re: [Audyssey] jim kitchen's golf game

2007-02-25 Thread Dark
Hi Jim. Personally, I really like the golf game precisely because! it takes practice to get any good scores on the course. this is rather unusual, because sport and sports games aren't usually my thing, but I just find the golf game good fun to play. I've tried the Baseball game, but being

Re: [Audyssey] jim kitchen's golf game

2007-02-25 Thread Charles Rivard
The rules of baseball can be found using a search engine. They would be too involved to put into an Email to the list. Just do a search for something like rules of Baseball or baseball rules or something like that. HTH. - Original Message - From: Dark [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers

Re: [Audyssey] jim kitchen's golf game

2007-02-25 Thread john snowling
Hi josh. If you want to get the ball in the hole practice counting in two's e.g. 10 feet 2 4 6 8 hit space on 10 and you should get it. You may need to practice the speed at which you count but once you've got it you'll be putting almost every time. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread shaun everiss
The thing is that ms is getting pushed around by the music industry. Lets face it all those types are business types, sure the law is clearcut but there is probably a translation issue when this crosses to computer code. What will happen is that noone will like ms vista and other things and ms

Re: [Audyssey] Windows Vista

2007-02-25 Thread shaun everiss
Well if one is determained enough they will get in. As I have said on my various postings on the net all thats going to happen is that those that pirate will be the consumers rather than others. The people that should be prosicuted are those in china that sell coppied stuff for almost nothing,

[Audyssey] BASEBALL RULES

2007-02-25 Thread Phil Vlasak
BASEBALL RULES Baseball is played by two teams, each of which has nine players playing at one time. The object of the game is to score the most runs. A run is scored when a player is successful in travelling around the three bases and reaching home plate. Each game

[Audyssey] to thomas ward, pocket screen reader

2007-02-25 Thread Josh
Hi Tom, I just had an idea. When you complete your free screen reader project for desktop pcs, wil you make a freeware screen reader for pocket pc windows mobile? That way if blind people could not afford to buy mobile speak pocket or pocket hal or jaws and pacmate, or a braille note, they

[Audyssey] Building gaming pcs was Important notice.

2007-02-25 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Jim, I've generally found custom building your own pc, especially a gaming pc, is much more reliable, and is more advanced than any store baught solution manufactured off an assembly line from Del, Compaq, HP, etc... You litterally get to choose every item that goes in to the computer

[Audyssey] Sryth question

2007-02-25 Thread Everett Elam
Why is there a b in front of my diplomacy? I'm unable to train it. Is there a reason for this? Spirit. In every language in all the Realms, surface and Underdark, in every time and every place, the word has a ring of strength and determination. It is the hero's strength, the mother's

Re: [Audyssey] Sryth question

2007-02-25 Thread Bryan Peterson
No clue. Never seen that before, unless you don't have enough experience? Bryan and Jennie - Original Message - From: Everett Elam [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: gamers audyssey. gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Friday, January 05, 2007 9:04 PM Subject: [Audyssey] Sryth question Why is there a b in

Re: [Audyssey] Building gaming pcs

2007-02-25 Thread Che
My last 5 systems have ben Dells including desktops and laptops. I have had not one single problem with any of these systems, and I am able to spec them out with a Dell representative to get the components I want, for instance I got a gig of ram, an Audygy 2 audio card with a Raid hard drive

Re: [Audyssey] Sryth question

2007-02-25 Thread MissWings
Interesting ... is that the only thing you're having trouble training? You might want to check your marks of death, since if you have any you can't train anything. That's the best I can think of at the moment. MissWings At 10:18 PM 2/25/2007, Bryan Peterson wrote: No clue. Never seen that