The Guru3D Screenshot Thread - RTFM! #24 - Rules update!

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by hallryu, Jan 19, 2014.

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  1. kx11

    kx11 Ancient Guru

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    i followed the rules of NOT POSTING 1600x900 pics but saw someone posting 900p shots and no one complained so ......
     
  2. scatman839

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    So report them then.

    it's 1280x1024 anyway, so you could do 900p, as long as it's 1280x900 or less.
     
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    Bound by Flame

    Developed by Spider whom did Mars War Logs and possibly helped out with Of Orcs and Men as well and maybe Game of Thrones. (The UE3 RPG and/or the strategy game since it was from the same publisher.)

    Has similar faults as well such as somewhat poor voice acting and the animations could be better, runs OK so far but this is the intro area with nothing much going on and apparently the game can run significantly worse so I'll just have to progress further and see how that changes.

    EDIT: Yeah it drops all right, managed around 55 initially but it can go below 40 in more busy scenes.
     
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  4. kx11

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    to be honest it is a weird rule


    posting thumbnails ?! in a screenshot thread in 2014 ?!


    the rule should be " posting screenshots @ 1080p or lower but only 3 pics per post )



    that is much better and not a dated rule from 2008
     

  5. Agonist

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    I do have to agree. I have been quite lazy though uploading and resizing pics, or pasting thumbnail links.
     
  6. scatman839

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    I agree with the 1280 or lower, I certainly don't have my browser maxed to my screen all the time, I have it sitting around 720p size.

    I do wish it was similar to neogaf though, where images auto resize to your browser width.

    Still, you'll get people posting 8k pngs then.
     
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    A rule is a rule, if you have issues with it, talk to the moderators/admins here and see if there's anything that can be done about it. I am on a 1440p screen so I would also like the screenies larger, but rules are rules and you shouldn't just ignore them because you don't like them. Anyway...

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    +1 for the abillity of auto-resizing images to the forum layout, this should be a given in 2014

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    Yeah, I don't even bother clicking on thumbnails.

    Yes, it is 2014, minimum should be at least 1080p.
     
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    Since the default screen resolution for most people is probably 1080p, screenshots of the same size will stretch the window, which is unwanted. If there's going to be any increase, I'd say it should be no more than 1440 wide, since 1600 just doesn't fit either, as we've seen. Then again, if you want to have a screenshot in full size for your own desktop background, you could just ask the uploader.
     

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    A 1080p screenshot wouldn't fit on a forum theme being displayed on a 1080p resolution monitor.
    It would constantly stretch the layout of the forum.

    Yes, there are plenty of plugins for vBulletin that resize screenshots to fit within the forum's layout.
    But, they are not always one, free or two, compatible. And in the end, that would be up to the people to actively run and update the forums here at Guru3D.
     
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    ^ Gorgeous, this engine is still king, 7 years later

    Indeed, I don't think it can be that hard to do
     
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