> > consideration when I get a chance to do some more work >on this project.
> TechMaster - It's not actually for me (I haven't >downloaded MameCE to try out
> yet), I was just pointing out basic logical flaws in >.supposed 'definite
> information' this guy was presenting to you!
I agree, he was defintely a bit to 'definitive' as his comment about the hack showed.
However, he made a good attempt and pointed out that shfullscreen was a possibility and he provided a point of reference where it showed that you can indeed use it (something both of us were not aware of).
How much gain is still to be tested 'officially' but it was a posative attempt to help improve the EMU.
> It's a pet hate of mine when people crop up claiming they are 99% sure that
> X,Y,Z are true (e.g. the now infamous SHFullscreen call).
I can understand :)
I try to ignore the non-contributers and focus on the postive comments. Thats why I chose a public forum, one that I can ignore or read at my leasure ;)
> Take bug reports and suggestions as objectively as you can. Also if you find
I always do. I make a note or copy the comments and when I get time or feel like working on another angle, I analyze what has been submitted.
> Good luck mate, and most importantly keep development fun. If you find you are
> confusing work with play, take a short break and do another project you enjoy.
> You enthuasiasm will always come back and you code better >with it.
Thank you. I saw what some of the nags did to you and other good coders and I learn from both mine and others experiences when I can. Thats why you see gaps in development, I take a brake whenever I feel the need. A good game of Quake, or a romp thru Lands of Lore can put a new perspective on things :)
I enjoy comments from everyone, both experienced folks like yourself and other neophytes (myself being one of them) :)
So feel free to comment by all means. I just wanted to remind everyone to keep it civil.