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Marshall Banana
8th Jul 2006, 04:57
Here's a picture I made that you can use as a Thief wallpaper

http://www.uploadfile.info/uploads/bb4b5a625f.jpg (http://www.uploadfile.info)

to use it, save the picture somewhere, and go to control panel-display-desktop-browse, and find it. When you find it, click "apply"

John D.
8th Jul 2006, 11:51
:lmao: :thumbsup:

Huntress
9th Jul 2006, 06:18
:lol: Yes I have to agree John D. pretty funny and clever to see his pic. A little dark but still very cute.

BrokenArts
9th Jul 2006, 16:04
http://modetwo.net/users/brokenarts/Hammers.jpg


Here's a brighter version for you.

Marshall Banana
9th Jul 2006, 19:32
Who wants another one?

http://www.uploadfile.info/uploads/14aee9aedf.jpg (http://www.uploadfile.info)

BrokenArts
9th Jul 2006, 20:44
Heh, cute. Looks like the trees are swaying like they do in the mission blooper.

John D.
21st Jul 2006, 19:24
Here's a wallpaper based on some of my stuff.:cool:
http://img109.imageshack.us/img109/6079/johndwallpaperwv4.jpg

Sluggs
23rd Jul 2006, 04:12
Is that you, all dressed up John?

John D.
23rd Jul 2006, 04:30
It's just me in a cloak I made about three years ago after playing Thief too much.;)

Sluggs
23rd Jul 2006, 08:35
It's good, but... you're looking away, as though you just accidentally flash-bombed yourself! Which you did really didn't you? With your camera of course! :eek:

John D.
23rd Jul 2006, 09:05
No the flash was off (I miss my digi cam, had to sell it for extra gas money!:mad: ) I'm not a big believer in putting my face on the net, so I only reveal a little bit in my photos.:cool:

Sluggs
24th Jul 2006, 11:13
Hahaha! I had to do the same thing with my last one! :( It's a poor man's tale, it is! :)

John D.
24th Jul 2006, 11:41
Well at the rate prices on digi cams are dropping, I'm sure I'll get a new one before too long. I could get a 3 megapixel one fairly easily, but I'm going to wait until I've got the cash to get another 5 megapixel camera since the image quality was so nice.

Marshall Banana
25th Jul 2006, 19:16
Man, you people get off subject so easily...

BrokenArts
25th Jul 2006, 19:27
Man, you people get off subject so easily...

You seem to have a problem with that Marshall, I understand the issue, but, is it really worth bringing up, unless there is a real apparent problem? Like flaming, spamming, etc.

I don't see a problem with it, I see it happen on EVERY forum I visit. It happens, and will continue to happen, no matter what. You can't keep complaining about it, people get tired of that, to be blunt, either accept it, or time to find another forum. No disrespect, just being honest.

This forum has been extremely quiet for far too long, but lately, I am for the activity, staying on topic or not.

littlek
25th Jul 2006, 20:02
.....what BA said

Since we are on the off topic of digi-cams, what is a good brand? :whistle: :nut: :scratch: :lmao:





sorry just had to do that :p

Marshall Banana
25th Jul 2006, 20:55
Who says I was complaining? I was merely stating an observation of mine.

BrokenArts
25th Jul 2006, 21:46
Who says I was complaining? I was merely stating an observation of mine.

You've already mentioned this twice now, merely stating an observation of mine. :p

Marshall Banana
25th Jul 2006, 22:34
Mentioned what?

BrokenArts
25th Jul 2006, 22:52
Mentioned what?

You're kidding right. You've mentioned threads getting off topic at least twice now.

Marshall Banana
25th Jul 2006, 23:27
no, the first thing I mentioned was how people get off topic, and the other thing was explaining that I wasn't complaining about it. and thus, I did not mention anything twice.

BrokenArts
26th Jul 2006, 00:52
no, the first thing I mentioned was how people get off topic, and the other thing was explaining that I wasn't complaining about it. and thus, I did not mention anything twice.

Last time I will talk about this, you don't have a very good memory, do you.

You have posted TWICE, about people going off topic, check it here, http://forums.eidosgames.com/showthread.php?p=584879#post584879

And now in this thread. :rolleyes:
I'm done.

Marshall Banana
26th Jul 2006, 01:03
Forgive me, I believed you meant on this thread alone.

BrokenArts
26th Jul 2006, 02:37
No problem.

littlek
26th Jul 2006, 12:40
OMG :eek:

You make wallpaper with the two most feared critters in thief?!? Those trees and red devils have chased me down and crushed me too many times for me to want to stare at them as wallpaper.

Now gaseous maximus...there's a sweetie :rasp:

yubetcha
26th Jul 2006, 13:28
Speaking of digicams, the battery on mine runs down very fast. Are there any that don't? Or are they all like that? I have owned two of them now, with the same problem on both. Seriously.


BTW, nice wallpaper. I like them. They must've taken some editing effort. I have seen some editing jobs that are bad. But if I installed them, I probably couldn't get near my computer (unless I closed my eyes while clicking the desktop icons. Too scary). :) There. I got back on topic.
:D

Now what I really want to know is..... what's the price of tea in China? LOL!

Headache
29th Jul 2006, 22:52
Now. All you need is some zombies getting drunk during happy hour at the tavern.

Marshall Banana
30th Jul 2006, 02:41
Gladly

http://www.uploadfile.info/uploads/bfa18c6e07.jpg

Xcom
31st Jul 2006, 14:45
Since we are on the off topic of digi-cams, what is a good brand? :whistle: :nut: :scratch: :lmao:

Canon. :thumbsup:

Sluggs
1st Aug 2006, 01:18
For things like digital camera's, you really need some 2700 mAh rechargeable batteries. They will last a long time.

Rommel_1891
3rd Aug 2006, 11:49
Speaking of digicams, the battery on mine runs down very fast. Are there any that don't? Or are they all like that? I have owned two of them now, with the same problem on both. Seriously.



The trick is lithium ion batteries. They are about 3 times as much in cost, but they will easily last you 10 times as long. The first time I went to Russia in 2003, I think my camera went through 4 or 5 sets of AA batteries in 2.5 weeks. In 2004, the same camera with lithium ions went the whole trip. In fact, I have those SAME batteries STILL in the camera! :D They are Energizer brand if curious. Duracel would probably be as good. Beware the cheaper brands, when it comes to batteries there really are differences unlike most motor oils. ;)

The problem is standard alkalines do not hold a constant peak voltage over time. After a while the voltage output will go down. Digital cameras are very picky about voltage. When they want say, 8 volts, they mean it. You will get low battery warnings around 7.5 or so. So the batteries you had in there are still good, they just aren't "good enough" for the camera anymore, but can still power TV remotes or other toys just fine. Lithium Ions will hold that peak output until they are very near the end of their lives. Rechargable Nickel-Cadiums, or Nickel-metal-hydrides act the same way, but they tend to not last as long. However, you get to recharge those. ;)

BTW. I love the wallpapers! :p

yubetcha
3rd Aug 2006, 12:45
Thanks, Sluggs and Rommel. I appreciate it. That is what I used... the AA you mentioned. I seldom use the camera because of this problem.