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Super Smash Bros Historia ssbhistoria.blogspot.com Where I play all of the core games of all SSB series, plus spin-offs featuring secondary characters that are playable in-game. I will review each series compared to other games of its series, then pit them head2head against each other. My first game is Wrecking Crew '98. Wish me luck!
Hi all, As I am lacking some inspiration (and time) to write for Atariteca these days, I was wondering if there are still some other blogs exclusively on Atari computers or consoles running out there. The only one that comes to my mind is Bill Lange's excellent Atari 8-bits Ads: https://atari8bitads.blogspot.com/ - Y -
Hi guys (and gals) Thought it may be worth posting this link here, as I just wrote a bit of a note on a RISC (maybe MAC??) bug that keeps getting me, thought I would share a link here to the Jag section of my blog where I do on occasion actually write stuff, usually regards progress with stuff and things.. So anyone interested in a sort of dev blog type thing: http://www.linkovitch.me.uk/blog/?cat=3 There are a few posts about the early days of the sound engine, a few penny dropping moments, documented for all history
Is Invision's blog software ever going to see any improvements? It's still completely terrible. Most of the problems that have been plaguing it for years are still present. It's woefully behind proper blog software in terms of features, options, layout, presentation, etc. Formatting is so messed up, that I'll often just edit complex posts entirely in BBCode mode instead because the software can't be trusted to keep formatting intact. I keep a text file offline of the BBCode version of my To-Do post so I know I can always go back and update it. Once I do post it, the underlying BBCode gets changed by the blog software. Although it displays properly after posting, it can no longer be edited within the blog because the formatting gets hosed. I have to edit, then copy/paste the entire thing out of a text editor for it to look the way I want it to. It still always scales images, even if it's not needed. In the main listing for my blog, it never displays images. My blog is all about images. The tag listings have never been fixed. There's no way to migrate tags over to categories. All of the emoticons prior to one of the previous updates were all changed, so any emoticons used in posts or comments make absolutely no contextual sense. There is no way for people posting comments to preview their comments first. Is there any chance of ditching their software and migrating the blogs over to something else? Their blog software has never been good. It has only ever been, at best, marginally usable.