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  1. I only took a class about this type of thing once in grade 10 and didn't really pay attention. Anyway, how do I implement the type of style that this guy did in his post where it says Lyssa's Grimoire The Ultimate Mesmer Guide? I tried to figure it out myself for a while but couldn't get it to work. I tried right-clicking to inspect element; I ended up thinking that this should be how to lay it out: <div style="" class="flash"><span style="font-size:20pt"><ins><strong>Lyssa’s Grimoire</strong></ins><br><em>The Ultimate Mesmer Guide</em></span></div> Whereas this is a direct copy/pasta: <div style="" class="flash"><span style="font-size:20pt"><ins><strong>Lyssa’s Grimoire</strong></ins><br><em>The Ultimate Mesmer Guide</em></span></div> But regardless, my post ends up like this: <div style="" class="flash"><span style="font-size:20pt"><ins><strong>Lyssa’s Grimoire</strong></ins><br><em>The Ultimate Mesmer Guide</em></span></div> Their forum uses textile and "normal" bbcode. Both of which I am clueless about.
  2. Has a gasless push rotary mower (blades spinning horizontally, not vertically) not been invented or something? I am looking for a non-electric and non gas mower but all I can find are the reel mowers which cut vertically like scissors but fail to cut high grass and weeds. A rotary style mower shouldn't have that problem since it would be the same idea as 99% of the gas mowers out there, but I can't seem to find one?
  3. Let's say the last time I played RuneScape or was even a member was many years ago; around the time of Nex armor release era or when Solomon's store was just starting to take off. If I become a member today, what am I missing out on from the ridiculous introduction of Solomon's store? (Ridiculous because what kind of game has P2P and a cash shop?) Am I missing out on a ton of features if I just become a member and don't use Solomon's store? Is that thing a pay-2-win issue nowadays? What is Solomon's store all about?
  4. So, apparently Guild Wars 2 allows macros because there is nothing they can do against them. Simple ones, that is. How do I create a little macro that can't be detected, such as this?: -I press F. -0.75 seconds later, this automatically activates 1 other key. I'm unsure of the exact timing I would need, but I would need to fiddle around with it. This little macro would allow me to get a guaranteed Lich Form stomp off, which, although is humanly possible to do, is almost impossible to pull off because of the precise timing required.
  5. So... Aero Snap is able to make programs like Guild Wars 2 fill the entire screen EXCEPT for the taskbar which is amazing. But I have to drag/drop it everytime I want to do it. It's not a big deal but it would be handy. Is it possible to somehow make a window automatically Aero Snap itself when you open it?
  6. I've always loved ancient history. It's the only history that's interesting to me, whether it be ancient ruins, lost knowledge or mythology. Personally, I believe there is actually some truth to mythology when you get deep into it. Hard to believe that of all history recorded, mythology was all made up by men. If there's anyone else out there who likes ancient history as well then you'll surely know of the hundreds of ruins out there and the fact that there are no explanations for how any of them were built other than that somewhere down the line, we somehow lost a significant amount of knowledge. There are some structures with stones weighing over 900 tons - stones we don't even have the technology today to lift. Our "technology" today is pathetic, primitive and its embarrassing to be living in this era. We are the stupidest humans to have existed in the entire history of the human race. Sure, getting to space is new, but we did it with pathetic technology. The common theme with lost knowledge is basically geometry/triangles, space/planets, math, anti-gravity and other things that the last person to have utilized wasn't even that long ago... it was Edward Leedskalnin in 1951 who built Coral Castle. This then goes further into religion and then illuminati or free masons, which pretty much all tie into each other, but what I'm wondering is how the hell does an important amount of knowledge get lost to the entire human race when thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands had this knowledge or witnessed this knowledge in the past? It doesn't make sense to actually lose this kind of knowledge. It's really curious. And if we should ever recover this knowledge again I'm sure we'll all be like, "Well, that was obvious."
  7. I only ever died on a slayer task dcing at Mithril Dragons like 2 years ago.
  8. Let's say I haven't play in ~4 years. Is there anywhere that lists the general changes? I can't seem to find anything about PoHs which is disappointing
  9. My epic layout I made after returning to RS today. Only spent 4 hours messing around with it. Btw you should give that 160M to me since you're obviously rich and I'm obviously poor. :) I logged on and had no [bleep]ing idea how to play this game anymore so I made it possible understand wtf is on my screen.
  10. So annoying <.< . I always laugh about how "advanced" they say the world is but simple things like this can't even be done. Another annoying this is having to manually switch playback devices between using headphones or speakers. My old 6 year old computer that was windows vista could switch automatically. My $1700 4th generation build? Can't do it automatically... lol...
  11. So this keyboard has 3 different colors it can be which are pink, blue and red. Red is the default color. My favourite is the blue color because it matches my setup. Everytime I shut down my computer and turn it back on, it goes back to red. How do I fix this?
  12. It's my first PC build and it's for gaming. The first one is one I made after lots of researching a bunch of stuff: http://pc.ncix.com/pcbuilder/index.php?action=getprice&id=4124706&platformid=1000 And this one is one that my local computer store is recommending compared to the one above (he doesn't think I need a heatsink other than the built in one): Intel i5-4670k Haswell processor with Intel heatsink Intel DH87RL Haswell motherboard EVGA GTX 660 Ti Graphic Card with 2 Gb DDR5 memory Gigabyte onboard network card and Integrated sound card Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system Western Digital 1 TB Black hard drive (deduct $25 if you go with blue drive) Crucial 128 Gb M4 CT128M4SSD3 solid state hard drive 8 Gb Kingston DDR3 memory Thermaltake case (red front as you viewed in the store) plus Antec 650-watt power supply Two year hardware warranty
  13. 4:10 mark I like this kind of music. (Though I'd prefer it in english)
  14. Wouldn't this case be a better option though? http://pcpartpicker.com/part/silverstone-case-sstrl01busb30 It has USB front support i think, which I do kind of like having because I transfer music a lot to my MP3 player.
  15. Ok thanks that looks pretty good and I can deal with that price too.
  16. Simpler solution is a store in my town in which the best custom PC they offer to make (that I'm willing to buy) has 8 GB of ram, Intel G645 2.9 GHz and 2 Gb DDR3 GeForce GT640 video card. Website here (It's simple): http://simcom.ca/systempricing/ Would a computer like that be able to do what I need it to? The build I could get from them is $770.
  17. It's just better graphics and has more advanced sharing abilities (which I don't care about). That's pretty much it. Playing all games on the Vita is a nice touch, at least. My problem with consoles and with the new PS4 is that they all completely ignore PC games. I want my console to do... everything. Better graphics, sharing videos and playing with friends easier isn't exactly innovative. Innovative would be letting me throw out my over 9000 wires, speakers, router, d-link, 2 power bars, PS3 and do all of my gaming on 1 sexy looking piece of hardware with a couple of cords. Don't know about you guys, but I'll wait to see what Valve has in store with its Steam Box.
  18. There is a thread on Guild Wars 2 forums that says that this is an example of a computer can handle "everything Guild Wars 2 can throw at you." http://pcpartpicker.com/p/v15d Another guy posted a link trying to help me as well with another build. http://www.cyberpowe...ga_Special_III/ There's no way in hell I'm paying that much money to play the game, which means I'll just have to settle for less graphics. Guild Wars 2 is also CPU heavy. I used the information they provided and made my own build using the extremely minimal knowledge I have... http://pcpartpicker.com/p/Eq3r Would that be a good build? Is everything I chose needed, neccessary or even good? And if it is a good build, is it possible to choose even cheaper parts and still get the same quality? I already have a keyboard and mouse but I don't know if I'd need a new screen. This is the screen I currently use. http://support.acer....L2016Wsp2.shtml
  19. I'm not sure. The minimum requirements for the game are: Windows® XP Service Pack 2 or better Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz, Core i3 OR AMD Athlon 64 X2, or better 2 GB RAM NVIDIA® GeForce® 7800, ATI X1800, Intel HD 3000, or better (256 MB of video RAM and shader model 3.0 or better) 25 GB available HDD space Broadband Internet connection Keyboard and mouse It has graphics settings in the game like reflections, anti-aliasing, ultra shading, textures, etc. The above is the minimum specs required but those specs definitely don't work in World VS World with a lot of players. I could just buy all the parts and have my friend put it together for me.
  20. I've never built a computer before and never really plan to since I have zero knowledge. I've only ever went to a store and bought a computer ready to go. But now I need a new computer that can handle Guild Wars 2 on maximum (or just high) settings and be able to handle World VS World which can consist of 50 VS 50 players. My current computer can just barely handle Guild Wars 2 and can't handle 10 people in World VS World. I was hoping someone could give me a list of every single thing I need. And I was hoping I could just bring that list to a computer shop and say, "I want this. Build it for me and I'll pay you." I don't want to ask a computer shop guy to build me something that he thinks is good because I'm 99% sure he would try to scam me with cheap products. I want to spend $700 maximum. Would prefer under $600 if it's possible.
  21. I have 2 power bars plugged into 1 outlet in my living room. The items plugged in are: - 1 lamp. (Used all the time at night) - 1 charging station for my 2 PS3 controllers which is always running. - 1 charging cord for laptop which is used once a day to charge laptop/ - 1 charging cord for mini DvD player which is never plugged into mini DvD player because I rarely use it. - 1 charging cord for PS Vita which is used after playing it. - 1 40" Toshiba television. (Energy star) (Used all the time) - 1 Samsung sound bar. (Energy star) (Used all the time with television) - 1 Samsung Subwoofer. (Energy star) (Used all the time with television) - 1 cable box. (Used all the time with television) - 1 PS3. - 1 Super Nintendo which is never used. Doesn't seem like much after seeing it posted like that, though the wires sure look a mess where they're hidden lol. But onto my next question: I have 2 other outlets in the living room. The one outlet just used 1 power bar which has plugged into it: - 1 computer. (Used all the time) - 1 computer screen. (Used all the time) - 1 modem. (Used all the time) - 1 router. (Used all the time) The other outlet in the room has plugged into it: - 1 lamp. (Used all the time at night) - 1 air condition that is only plugged in during really hot summer days. Otherwise it's not even plugged in. So it's really just your basic computer/entertainment system with a couple lights and charging cords. At most I will have the computer stuff, television / entertainment system, 2 lamps and PS3 running as well as 1 charging cord for whatever reason. Does each outlet use its own separate amount of electricy or do they all share the same power? PS. The house we live in is 170 years old and the main house has those old button switches where you press the buttons to turn on lights. The part I live in, however, is an addition that was added at an unknown time before we lived here and already had the newer light switches where you flip them to turn on the lights.
  22. And there's the buyable bonus exp weekend exp lol.
  23. I'd hardly call that a mass ban lol. Watching the numbers rise on RS home page is like 100K accounts oops I mean bots made per day lol.
  24. I have a couple of accounts that I'm 100% sure I made after scythe came out(end of 2003) that have recovery questions set on 28 feb 2002. If your account shows 28 feb 2002, it's incorrect date. The countdown at Hans is real. If you think you started in 2001, you have to think again because you have a memory loss. He's right. I was 100% sure I made my account in RSC as I vaguely remembered tents but I guess it's possible I simply watched a video on it way back then and over those 8 years have somehow developed a memory of playing RSC... I was 13 when I started RuneScape and it's pretty amazing what memory loss you have of your younger years. That's 8 years ago according to Hans and it's just like when I was a baby. :mellow: I remember asolutely nothing from those 8 years except a few pointless memories.
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