Delta wrote:Guess i've been spoiled by Windows and got lazy but if we want to have a system that anybody can use we got to be able to install and run something with a double-click.
Delta wrote:What gfx chipset would be a good temporary solution to play this game in software mode at the moment?
tonyw wrote:Not everyone wants to or is capable of downloading a GB of data - look at poor BillE in his broch in the wilds of Caledonia, with only two cans and a length of string to download with.
The SDK is twice as big as the system ISO, and most people don't want it anyway. I can imagine the complaints if we forced them all to download the whole lot.
cha05e90 wrote:Delta wrote:Guess i've been spoiled by Windows and got lazy but if we want to have a system that anybody can use we got to be able to install and run something with a double-click.
Yep, that's Amiga. By the way: the other amigaoid operating systems aren't different in that respect. It has always been that way - and I suppose it wouldn't change fast in the future, alas software like Rigo's AmiUpdate helps a lot! For someone like me who has a more or less breakless Amiga career from release 1.3 upto 4.1 Update 4 it isn't a real problem, I'm used to it, I even like it that way (in contrast to djrikki). But I admit that it *is* a learning curve for someone who is new to the Amiga world or is a "returner" from Windows/MacOS.
cha05e90 wrote:Have to fight with config files or hunt for libraries an entire evening just to watch a DVD
Hm, I personally wouldn't call downloading two archives and unpacking them to the right place "fighting" - but I'm sorry that you feel this way.which plays horribly slow anyways....no new games work because of the lack of 3d support.
Overlay and full 3D support is pending ansd still in the works AFAIK. Yes, that''s not nice, but it should have been a known fact - but after all my experience I'm sure this will be handled. Using one of the 3D and overlay supported graphics card might help in the meantime.
....no new games work because of the lack of 3d support.
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