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LeftHandedMagus last won the day on January 2 2023

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  1. Original edition is BGI, New edition [DMM] is Artemis Engine. So unless they make two patches, it will definitely matter. I have no idea what version('s) they plan on patching though.
  2. No problem! Rejuvenation huh, I stopped coming here as often because it was a metaphorical ghost town here for awhile. I hope to see this forum back to its former glory like it was back in the old days!
  3. Probably been over a year since I have logged onto fuwa, but after seeing progress on this project, thought I would point it out to those poor souls like myself who have been waiting for this since [before] the Eris patch was released. I think the spring 2023 estimate might be pretty accurate after all.
  4. When I was talking about trash talking, I was mostly talking about frogstat, because I thought what he said was very rude. I added your quote's because it sounded a little accusatory when I read it [I may have interpreted it completely wrong]. August soft will most likely never publish in the west because they want way too much money for their licenses [probably because they are not too fond of westerners]. Sorry if my comment was offensive in any way, I have watched too many fan-tl projects get scraped over trolling and people seeming to think they are entitled to a patch, so I get a little unsettled when I see threads derailing like this [I start thinking, Oh boy, here it comes again]. Fan translation groups have the right to do what ever they want with their work weather they sell it or throw it in their recycle bin folder. They also have the right to remain silent until the day they decide to release the patch.
  5. Ungrateful people like you are the reason there are barley any fan translators left in 2021! People who spend thousands of hours translating a VN for free are doing it because they are fans just like everyone here! You know there have been many fan translator that have dropped their projects due to all the shit posts. I have never understood how people can be so ungrateful for people doing them such a time consuming service for FREE. This group has already done more than most groups by releasing a partial patch. If you want to motivate people to finish a project, Words of encouragement will go a lot farther than comments that will definitely be taken as insults. With that out of the way, I want to thank everyone involved in this project for all the hard work they have put in to bring this wonderful Eroge to the English speaking community. Please know there are many people who are truly grateful for the work you do! I am looking forward to reading this novel even if it doesn't get released as quickly as some people seem to think it should. Please know that there are more people that are grateful to you than there are shit posters. Thank you.
  6. I was actually working on doing that, problem is, I wont know if it will work until I test it out. Since English uses more characters than Japanese, I have no idea if simply putting English text into it will work [might cause line break issues, unfortunately I have never worked on a patch before] . I also don't know if the actual patch needs to be changed in any way, or if putting English into the text files in patch folder will be enough. Guess I'll let you know if it works [It is going pretty slow, so who knows when I'll finish, I am pretty much just doing this so I can read it in English without waiting! If I finish and it works, I'll share it only if the people working on this patch are OK with me sharing it [I don't want to use their patch without their permission].
  7. The cool thing is you don't even need a tool to extract the scripts, just open .ast files with text editor like notepad++!
  8. Thanks for your input, and thanks for correcting my spelling of kernel . After thinking about it, I think I am going to turn my second ssd into a linux boot. I wanted to avoid dual booting because because a long time ago I ended up losing a bunch of data after a windows update [this was when XP was the current Microsoft OS], But after doing a bunch of research, It seems pretty safe to dual boot from two drives. I do want to move from windows eventually, but this will give me a chance to relearn Linux. If I ever have issues that I cant figure out on my own, I'll definitely ping you, Thank You.
  9. I changed my mind, I didn't realize that with an actual second drive you can keep windows bootloader alongside Grub, which is the reason I didn't want to dual boot in the first place. I do want to eventual move all the way to Linux, but at least this gives my the time to relearn the OS. @Cytlan , @sarkasmus Thanks for your Input, I really appreciate it!
  10. I honestly don't care if video's play (its nice, but not required), if I really want to see video, I can find them on YouTube 99% of time, I was just wondering if a lot of the people just didn't do something right in wine or wine tricks. I am getting to the point that my hate for windows outweighs any benefit of running it and loved Linux back in the day. There is always VM and with valve throwing a large amount of money towards Linux gaming, I wouldn't be surprised if proton eventually will be able to run most games. I don't know if this is true, but I read that some of the work being done on linux kernal for proton (sponsored by valve) could make it possible to play DRM games on linux in the near future! I don't like supporting valve with their history of censorship, but I have to admit their work with proton (especially making it open source) is a big plus for the Linux community! Thanks for answering my question though. Edit: It says in this article that linux gaming will be a lot better probably with the release of Kernal 5.11 due to the work Collabora has been doing for valve: https://www.techradar.com/news/major-improvement-for-windows-gaming-on-linux-expected-next-year
  11. I think I am going to update my ram from 32gb to 64gb, that way I should have no problem running a VM if needed! I am also thinking about getting a new ssd, so I can just replace the SSD windows is installed on, so in worse case that I absolute need to run windows, I can just swap the drives. I have had some major issues dual booting win/linux in the past which is why I would want to avoid doing it. Having them dual booting from different drives would in theory prevent data from getting corrupted, which means worst comes to worst, I would just have to reinstall the boot loader in the command line if windows decides to delete it, but I also know Microsoft has been known to play dirty in the past (like how Microsoft destroyed Dr. Dos), and being someone who has lost data in the past due to a windows update, I would rather not take the chance. I do appreciate the advice though, Thank you! Edit: I wonder how many will recognize the Dr. Dos reference?
  12. I have read alot of people talk about using Wine, Playonlinux, Proton to read VN's, and a common problem is they can not get the video's to play, My question is: Will these winetricks fix this problem in most [or all] video not loading issues? I am getting ready to go full linux, and VN's are the only reason I didn't do this years ago. Thank You for any input.
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