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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 3:41 pm 
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I think the one question that should be asked that hasn't is:


how can I help?

A: Have the author(s) set up a paypal account for donations for whatever need be (most likley soon enough server costs, thanks to Games For WIndows Magazine)

What If I want to help make the game?

A: thats between you and the author(s) but I suggest if you can help out with a sequel (as I assume this is just a portfolio game not a acutal full fleged one) especially if you know how to do netcoding

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I don't think th15 is allowed to take donations. Part of the gaming license he's working with, it's non-profit.


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TormakSaber wrote:
I don't think th15 is allowed to take donations. Part of the gaming license he's working with, it's non-profit.

AFAIK, GameMaker games are fully marketable...

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- Noncommercial- No Derivative Works 3.0 License.


I mean that license.


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Oh, that license. *smacks head*

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Really? I don't think so, it's not considered paying for the product.

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I don't know a thing about it, I'm just guessing. :D


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Hosting donations aren't the same as, say, actually charging money for the game. :)

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Arcalane wrote:
Hosting donations aren't the same as, say, actually charging money for the game. :)


Exactly. Wikipedia requests donations all the time, and they get away with it because there's no "premium content" only for donators


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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- Noncommercial- No Derivative Works 3.0 License.


I can't see anything wrongw ith donations. Many free projects with even more strictly free terms (e.g. GNU GPL) make money from donations.

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Edited in a question about part/flak arcs that seems to get asked relatively frequently.

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Q: How do I target Boosters and Aegis Deflectors in Shipmaker?

A: Select the Aegis Deflector or Booster Module, hover the cursor over the target section, then hit the T key.


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TormakSaber wrote:
Q: How do I target Boosters and Aegis Deflectors in Shipmaker?

A: Select the Aegis Deflector or Booster Module, hover the cursor over the target section, then hit the T key.
Yea but the T key causes the ship to scroll.


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Not in my Shipmaker? Both my SM3 beta (with .85j) and SM2...


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The background scrolls, not the ship. It's a minor problem of the "T" key also being assigned to "scroll background up". :?

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