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October 28th 2006, 11:17 AM
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Simeon
Peasant Male Netherlands
Any fool can use a computer. Many do. 
Try right-clicking on My Computer/This Computer and then Properties. This shows the CPU etc and the Hardware tab can be used to get information about the hardware.

Edit: I'm running P4 2.8 GHz, 512 MB RAM, GeForce4 Ti4200 with AGP8X and Creative SB soundcard (can't really find which one).

Edit II: I've found the following which feels like a bug:

1. Cut a part of an image to create a new seperate object.
2. Now cut a part from that new image but cut outside the object as well.
3. The engine now creates a new object but it adds the part of the image that was there in the original image. So a part of the original image suddenly "appears" out of nowhere. Basically, you'd expect the behaviour when doing this kind of cutting near the real edge of an image (the engine then reduces the cutted area so it only uses the pixels that are part of the image).

Using the Dink Example as an example:

1. Cut the wooden floor from the tiles and paste this somewhere.
2. Cut from that new object but also cut the area to the left of it (so you're cutting a rectangle with its left edge to the left of the wooden floor).
3. Paste. Now the grass appears.