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jlibster

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About jlibster

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    Programming, Classical Music, Dungeons & Dragons, RPG, Adventure games, writing, karaoke

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  1. Well, it's certainly good to see people are reading this. Was nice to get a reponse from "the man" himself. For those of you who "hate my guts" for my coments here. I am fully aware it was in a business context. Also note I didn't say I myself was offended, but I know some were and I know what these kinds of headlines can do. It was acknowledged (thanks. Mr. Adler), that choice of words could have been tweaked a bit to better reinforce context (tools not available at the time that were avilable later) Even in a purely business context it gives a certain impression based on short term obse
  2. I created a separate remark on this issue with Mr. Adler's remark. I have to be honest (and have said it). it was rather short-sighted in my opinion. Linux gaming is increasing and with the news of Windows 10 core spyware sending virtually all user data to their servers automatically (and consequently government agencies) an exodus is coming certainly for business users (out of necessity due to being required to protect privacy/confidentiality) and to a lessor extent gamers (and possibly concerned parents) . It isn't just about the market now, but market shifts in the future. Windows is alrea
  3. Folks, I just read some interesting twitter remarks via pcgamer.com made by Brandon Adler. In particular the remark "I don't think it was worthwhile developing for Linux,". I (and probably many others) feel it was not only a slap in the face for those like myself who purchased Pillars of Eternity to play ON LINUX. So you can argue the 1.5% but if I didn't happen I would not have supported the project since so many are offering the Linux. Not only is that kind of remark offensive to some, and potentially destructive to those were are considering making games compatible with Linux, it is sh
  4. Question: When and where do we get patches (if necessary) for our Linux versions. I got my copy from GOG.com. I've seen nothing there for patches for Linux but the patches for MS Windows is out. We' ve been seeing patches for windows for awhile but haven't seen or heard anything about the Linux patches. I do not nor will I ever use steam. (DRM is drm) so please make sure the backers who wanted their DRM-free Linux version aren't left hanging out in the cold with the patches. Thanks!
  5. Hey Folks. Congrats on a great initial release, but when I sponsored this project I sponsored it because there was a Linux version. Where are the patches for Linux? It's been sometime since the initial patch was released for Windows. Where is the Linux (and Mac) patches. Don't leave us hanging here. It's bad form. Thanks!
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