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  1. disclaimer: Please do not take this as hatred towards TDM, I love all the work you've done with it, and these are the only issues I find worthy of criticism. Lockpicks Honestly, between Thief 1 & 2, Deadly Shadows, Thief (2014), and TDM, it seems like everyone has their own ideas at how lockpicking mechanisms should be handled. After all these years, I have to say that Thief 1 & 2 have the best mechanics for lockpicks. It's simple. It allows for suspense if AI patrol routes are timed right. It's fluid. I never felt like I was playing a mini-game with the first two Thief games. Every
  2. Hi, I've been waiting to try out TDM but I can't seem to run it, I've read the FAQ, the Installation process and even updated my TDS version, game runs fine on the menus, but whenever I start a mission, it either freezes on start up or crashes, as I've said before; I've read the FAQ and I don't think this is caused by my memory or my .dll being outdated. Would appreciate any help, thanks! Oh, and if it helps, I've only updated the mod to 2.02 and my operating system is Windows XP. I can provide more details about my specifications if requested. Here's the log: error report.txt
  3. The following is just a bunch of random remarks. Maybe one of the things I bring up is useful for the developers. I'd never played Thief or any other stealth video game before giving TDM 2.00 a try yesterday. I played it on a GenuineIntel dual core CPU @2.40GHz with 2 GB memory, under GNU/Linux Mint 15, and with an Asus GTX 650 Ti Boost DCII OC 2GB graphics card. TDM is an impressive piece of software and it's quite entertaining and good-looking. Anyway, let's see... - The game started in a low resolution. I changed it to 16:9 and 1920x1080, but it was difficult to see whether I'd correctly
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