Slightly modified, a little bit improved and a little less 2.0′ed look and feel for TWM. Rejoice with us, we got rid of the old boxed look and added more seamlessness. Our corners are again what they should be, sharp! ;) We are still a little bit blue, but more on the dark side. Ads are gone for the time being, we didn’t test that on our test server and we will be testing it pretty soon here. Main font was also changed. We are using Ubuntu font family (thanks to Google) which is still in development and might change in the future. Beside all that, categories will be reduced in number and generalized a little.
Comments and bug reports are more than welcome.
And because we are geeks and nerds and so on, after the new years, if not sooner, we will be reviewing Sid Meier’s Civilization: The Board Game (Published by Fantasy Flight Games in 2010)
Just recently I got a brand new AMD HD6850 graphics card. My old Nvidia 8800 GTS started showing its age, so a replacement was in order. AMD’s HD68xx series presented an excellent price/performance ratio, so I got me one. I was sailing into the unknown seas here, it has been a while since I had ATI/AMD graphics card. I heard that fglrx drives got better and that support is decent. Oh boy, I was wrong …
Warning: This article is now obsolete. Catalyst 11.4 drivers that are now available, and also shipped with Ubuntu 11.04, support 68xx series out of the box.
Installing Battlefield: Bad Company 2 on your PC is not a very difficult task, but reinstalling it is a completely different story. A story full of surprises, disappointments and breath-taking moments. Fortunately the story has a happy ending. Let’s start from the beginning.
In a land far, far away (Slovenia, Europe), not so long ago, lived a wise man who installed Battlefield: Bad Company 2. The wise man was happy with it and they would live happily ever after if some computer didn’t decide to die. The game was no more and the wise man had to buy a new computer. When he got his computer it was also time to reinstall the game. He tried to do so, but surprisingly to his disappointment the game barfed with an error: Game already registered.