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location Ottawa, Canada
age 22
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen Jun 26 at 19:40

I ain't neva' going back to gnome prison!

Hello everyone!

I'm a recent graduate of 'Interactive Multimedia'. Towards the end of my studies I took a strong interest in motion design and animation. So hopefully I'll be able to starting digging my way into the field soon!

Here's my portfolio

Personal:

  • I'm an avid gamer, recently playing a lot of casual and indie games.
  • I also studied music for many years when I was younger, but I find creating cohesive music to be very stressful, which is unfortunate. That said, here are some of my dabblings.
  • Longtime user of gaming.stackexchange.com (now 'Arqade').

Sometimes I just sits and thinks, and sometimes I just sits.


LOL BYE BITCH


Sep
28
comment How to change a game's resolution in windowed mode?
I'd be surprised if there's wasn't an option in the game itself to set the resolution, particularly in a big-budget game like Diablo.
Sep
25
comment Chrome bug, got malware or did I did I break it?
I deleted this and the problem was gone immediately. I've had this extension for a very long time, and have never had a problem with it before... Huh.
Mar
8
comment Can I Set My Computer's Clock Display To 24-Hour Format?
@Ignacio > Yes, that's what I meant, thanks. :)
Mar
6
comment Wireless Mouse Behaving Improperly
> So, long story short, I bought a Logitech.
Feb
23
comment Wireless Mouse Behaving Improperly
Does this allow you to set mouse pointer speed independently of the touchpad speed? I've also got a Logitech mouse that has software allowing me to do this, but if I can get the Microsoft one to work, I'll get my money back for the Logitech (I've had the MS one for too long to get a refund).
Feb
23
comment Wireless Mouse Behaving Improperly
@Kyle I didn't see any option to turn off HD scrolling, but then again I wasn't really looking. I'll get back to you on this.
Feb
11
comment Wireless Mouse Behaving Improperly
I don't think so. I know now that it's using something Microsoft calls "High Definition" scrolling, which means that it scrolls less for each 'notch', but there are many more notches.