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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: Mini-Review of Cropper
« on: October 09, 2009, 07:12 PM »
I've used a few different screenshot-capture tools, and keep ending up back with Cropper. It has a number of plugins available these days, including plugins to allow you to capture images to an animated GIF, an AVI movie file, e-mail, flickr, OneNote, Amazon S3, or TinyPic. There is also a plugin that allows you to create a new Team Foundation Server work item with the captured image as an attachment, as well as one that gives you a countdown before capturing the screen (to allow setup). A few crashes aside, I've never had reason to complain about the functionality, and you can't beat the price :-*.

DC Gamer Club / Re: 30 PC Games to Play Before You Die
« on: May 07, 2009, 12:57 PM »
I've played like 90% of the games on the list, which is kind of worrying to me, as I don't actually consider myself much of a gamer these days :huh:. I respect them for posting the list at all, because I'm sure that any list of thirty games would miss some significant contributions to the genre, because there have just plain been too many good games!
Having said that, I think they should've dropped a couple of the games on there for a few of the real "game-changing" games that were both immensely popular and set the stage for new advances in gaming:
  • Myst
  • Half-Life
  • Team Fortress
  • Warcraft and/or Starcraft
Also, maybe it doesn't belong on this list, but I'm with nafs: I sure had a great time playing Bard's Tale back in the day :D.

If you're trying to do this somewhere you only have access to CMD.EXE, I'm pretty sure you can use FOR..IN..DO to get the job done. It's a little-known tool that provides a lot of powerful functionality. The UI is crap, though.... :P

General Software Discussion / Re: MIN Req checker software???
« on: March 06, 2009, 05:12 PM »

General Software Discussion / Re: MIN Req checker software???
« on: March 06, 2009, 03:03 PM »
This may or may not be directly helpful, but if not, it may at least point you in a useful direction:

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