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Mr Frojo

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  1. I probobly should have been a little more specific in the title, but everyone just calls it kol.
  2. Well the problem is probobly not high enough tolerence, but even if it gets high enough, the text wouldnt be smooth. What i said earlier would be the best way to solve this
  3. What i would do is have the background just transparent, then create a new layer and put the text there. Afterwords, you could flatten the image
  4. Just wondering if anybody else plays this game http://www.kingdomofloathing.com
  5. ...When somebody shows you a photo, you ask them for a tut. ...When you've memorized the exact location of all buttons and plugins to the point where you can create a good picture blindfolded ...While at school, at the top for you name you fill in your username, then while you realize you did that, your hand reaches for ctrl+z
  6. Last year on PI day, we had a party in math. This year, we had half of school full of tests, and all math we worked.
  7. usedHONDA said: Ok, i guess i wasnt really paying attention. I just saw it was free, so i clicked it. So anyways, when are you planning on getting your computer? If i can squeeze 3-4 more months out of the computer i have now, I will be able to get a much nicer one than my cyberpowerpc.com pc. Im trying to keep mine alive for that long, but im not sure.
  8. Well im done. Final price is 1612. Ill probobly come back and edit some stuff, but heres the specs. *BASE_PRICE: [+545] CAS: Thermaltake Bach VX Mid-Tower 420W Case with Side Window [+40] CASUPGRADE: 12in COLD CATHODE NEON LIGHT [+10] (RED COLOR) CPU: ($50 off Mail-in Rebate)(Socket AM2) AMD Athlon™64 X2 5200+ Dual-Core CPU w/ HyperTransport Technology [+190] CD: (Special Price) 18X DVD±R/±RW + CD-R/RW DRIVE DUAL LAYER (RED COLOR [+9]) CD2: LiteOn LH-20A1H 20X Double Layer DVD+-RW Super Allwrite + Lightscribe Technology [+59] (Red Color [+9]) CABLE: None FLOPPY: 1.44 MB FLOPPY DRIVE (BLUE COLOR [+7]) FLASHMEDIA: None FREEBIE_CU1: FREE! AGE OF EMPIRE III FREEBIE_CU2: FREE! RISE OF NATIONS: RISE OF LEGENDS FREEBIE_CU3: FREE! Cyberpower Unleash The Power T-Shirt with AMD Logo on the back ($19.99 Value) FAN: AMD ATHLON64 CERTIFIED CPU FAN & HEATSINK + 2 EXTRA 3-COLOR LED CASE FANS [+19] FREEBIE_VC: FREE! Dark Messiah - Might And Magic GEAR: QPAD XT-R2 Hard-Surface Extreme Gaming Mouse Pad [+45] HDD: Single Hard Drive (500GB SATA-II 3.0Gb/s 16MB Cache 7200RPM HDD [+126]) HDD2: NONE IEEE_CARD: NONE KEYBOARD: NONE [-7] MOUSE: NONE [-2] MODEM: NONE MONITOR: NONE MONITOR2: NONE MOTHERBOARD: (Socket AM2)ABIT FATAL1TY AN9 32X nForce 590 SLI MCP Chipset DDR2/800 MBoard w/ Dual PCI-Express [+88] MEMORY: (Req.DDR2 MainBoard)2GB (2x1GB) PC6400 DDR2/800 Dual Channel Memory [+270] (Corsair Value Select or Major Brand) NETWORK: ONBOARD 10/100 NETWORK CARD OS: NONE - FORMAT HARD DRIVE ONLY PRINTER: None PRINTER_CABLE: None PRO_WIRING: Professional Wiring for All WIRINGs Inside The System Chasis with High Performance Thermal Compound on CPU [+19] PPU: NONE POWERSUPPLY: Apevia ATX-LCD650W Quartz Aluminum LCD Power Supply w/ Voltages and Fan Speed Controller & Display [+105] RUSH: NO; READY TO SHIP IN 5~10 BUSINESS DAYS SERVICE: STANDARD WARRANTY: 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY PLUS 24/7 LIFE-TIME TECHNICAL SUPPORT SOUND: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD 7.1 AUDIO SPEAKERS: NONE [-5] TEMP: NONE (AS SHOWN) TVRC: None UPS: None USB: Built-in USB 2.0 Ports USBHD: NONE VIDEO: NEW !!! NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS 512MB PCI Express x16 [+80] (EVGA Powered by NVIDIA [+5]) VIDEO2: NONE VIDEOCAMERA: NONE WNC: NONE WAP: NONE ZIP: NONE Post some recomendations and stuff. Ill be back tommorow
  9. I wasnt too concerned about the case, but seeing the ones they had, i had to get a cool one. Also, some cases are a huge pain to open up. Most of them are just simple, unscrew it, but some cases become a huge pain.
  10. Im trying to reduce the price a little. Im around 1,800. I like the case you got. Yours is the third cheapest. Mines up there, but its only $50 more than yours.
  11. Im looking at yours, and im seeing some stuff that i would change. Im not sure about you, but i would get a better cpu, although that would raise the price a little. Everything else looks pretty good. I love that site
  12. Thats really not too bad. I am about 1,000 now, but im going back and getting rid of stuff i dont need. I hope to be where you are now. What are the specs for your computer?
  13. Wow, this sites pretty cool. Im going to have to blow money on a case though. Some of them just look too cool. Lets see how much my pc will cost...
  14. ok, i was just doing a little research to decide what i was going to get, and i think ive decided to build. If i upgrade my old computer, i would have to get new everything. Ill try cyberpowerpc.com now. See what ill decide on getting. Like you just said, i could also take stuff away from my old computer, but i dont see myself doing that because theres not much to take away.
  15. oops. my bad, didnt read that post. I just read the sumed up one underneath it. well i'd like to see what you decide on getting. I have a brief idea of what i want to get, but still undecided on pretty much everything.
  16. This program is pretty easy. It shouldnt take you long to figure it out. A good suggestion is just to go through the tutorial section, and try out a ton of the stuff. This is what I did, and it really shows you a lot of cool stuff and and helps you learn the program. Do this, and you should have a lot of the stuff down.
  17. This tut is pretty cool. Ill try it when i get the time
  18. I would go with custom built. Its funny because i was just deciding the same thing. I was planning on custom building, but im deciding on upgrading. Im still xp, not vista yet. From http://build-your-dream-pc.classes.cnet.com/lesson-6/ Building your own Dream PC Pros In general, the only tool you need is a Phillips screwdriver once you buy the components. You know exactly what components are in your PC. Each component you have is under its own warranty, so if one component breaks, you can replace it without buying a new PC. Building a PC is a great skill to learn. Cons It takes time to build and you should be comfortable working with PC hardware and software. You won’t have one point of contact for support calls. If it breaks, you fix it. Buy your Dream PC off the shelf Pros No effort. You can take your spec sheet with you to the store to find what PC best matches what you’re looking for Most likely, you’ll have a single point of contact for warranty issues and tech support. Free software is usually bundled with your PC. Cons If you choose to use mail order on a custom PC--you may have to wait (delivery times on custom PCs can be longer than off the shelf PCs). You may not get to choose exactly which components go into your PC. ------- p.s. I like the new avatar and sig.
  19. Well my computer commited suicide for the third time. This makes me without paint.net untill i get it fixed. So its not turning on anymore. it worked well last night, but now it doesnt. Would this be the power supply or what?
  20. I wish my school would do that. The only thing they have added for years is google earth. Paint.net's day is coming though. On the freeware site i use, PDN is pretty much tied with the GIMP for popularity, but the users rate PDN higher. I used to use the GIMP, but then pdn came along.
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