Soviut's forum posts

#1 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -
#2 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -

Phil Fish and Denis Dyack should hang out. It seems they're suffering from the same entitlement complex. The very same entitlement he's so adamantly opposed to from the press.

#3 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -

@cjdunn said:

Microsoft's doing the right things, but all of them due to intense pressure by their customers and competitors.

This next generation is a joy to behold. I love a good fight.

As a developer, I doubt they haven't considered these angles already and are just trying to gauge the temperature of the water. Releasing a dev environment generally isn't something you turn out on a whim, unless you want it to be the most impossible thing to use ever. Certainly, if they can make the deployment experience less painful than iOS, they'll be onto something.

But I agree, competition means we consumers are the winners.

#4 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -

What a bummer. I'm glad he and his wife got to have their wedding; My condolences go to her and the rest of the family.

I'm also happy he got to see the beginning of a new era at E3 this year. It just won't be the same going through it without him.

#5 Edited by Soviut (168 posts) -

Given the COD ads that are theming GiangBomb right now, I'd say the name is just going to be "XBOX". Especially with the 2nd one mentioning the launch event.

#6 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -

This is definitely a skinned site issue. If I remove the "skin-yes" class from the body tag, the disappearing content background also happens.

#7 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -

@ekami said:

I will buy both because I am an adult.

Agreed. Disposable income is great.

#8 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -

@branthog said:

I did not hit her, it's not true! It's bullshit! I did not hit her!

You're tearing me apart, Lisa!

Oh hi Mark.

#9 Edited by Soviut (168 posts) -

If you shrink the browser to the point where the third or fourth media query breakpoint occurs, below 980 pixel width, the section element with an id of "default-content" loses its background colour.

Currently, the Bungie Destiny campaign is running so the page width is smaller and a background image is visible. Below is a screenshot of what I'm seeing:

#10 Posted by Soviut (168 posts) -

@clush said:

@yoshimitz707: At a certain point anything can become a 'real' word. That doesnt mean it's a good thing... Those responsible for incentivize becoming a real word should be shot.

Thank you. I worked briefly as a web developer at a marketing company and that's all I ever heard them loudly tote over the open concept partition wall that did nothing to give us developers a distraction-free place to work. "How can we incentivize this?", "we need to incentivize the viewer", etc. My work suffered as a result.