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bvanaerde

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About bvanaerde

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  1. I just finished this level... wow, I'm really impressed! The atmosphere is just right! It took me a while to make good jumps from one roof to another. I had some difficulties knowing exactly when to jump (meaning: right before falling). But of course, this has nothing to do with this map... more about TDM in general. About the last part:
  2. LeatherMan and Gr1nReaper, thank you so much for helping out... I can start the game without a problem. Just tried the tutorial, and everything is going smooth! @LeatherMan: one thing was missing from the install guide. When I tried to start doom3, it gave me an error: "doom3 couldn't load default.cfg" So I did touch ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Doom\ 3/default.cfg to create the file. After this, I could start Doom3
  3. Wow, thanks for wanting to write all that down! I'm going to try it as soon as possible. Activision (the id Software website referred me to them) didn't want to give any support at all:
  4. I'm having the exact same problem here... installed Doom 3 on Ubuntu 9.04 64bit. I remember that I had the same problem before, and turning off NUMLOCK seemed to do the trick, as every key worked then. Now I've got the same problems as described by Gr1nReaper. I've got a Logitech G11, maybe this is a bit too exotic for Doom 3 The keyboard works flawlessly in Ubuntu though. Going to try this with a generic keyboard without extra keys when I have the chance...
  5. Am I the only one that uses the arrows on the keyboard for moving around? Right shift for jumping, right ctrl for crough, enough buttons above and right of the arrows... and what's most important: you always know you've got your fingers to the correct buttons
  6. I was hoping he'd wear his robe in the sequel... there have been so many complaints about the cap thingie A true thief never reveals himself... edit: and yeah, pedestrian is the word I was looking for.
  7. I'm not sure if this has been discussed before... I've just searched the forums but couldn't find any information about it (probably because I'm not sure what words to search for). I'll try to explain: In Thief3, you could wander around in the city, without people yelling ooooh, thief, because you're just a passenger pedestrian, and there's nothing that makes people think you're a thief. Apart from those who know who you are... This is what I really liked in Thief3... and if I remember it correctly, it wasn't the really case in Thief 1&2 (or at least it didn't really stand out as much as
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