@nev I tried searching the canadian trademarks database, but it doesn't look like they ever filed one for the color
Called it, sort of? Today they announced colored iMacs.
@srol I assumed it was so that server owners could run servers for any game without having to buy a license for each
@PhilosophyFilin sorry, re-reading it sounds like you've already reached that. Maybe look up how some engines manage components in groups of system, rather than groups of game objects
@PhilosophyFilin this is actually quite a large topic in game engine design! Mostly you'll want to consider moving functionality out of inherited classes and into smaller objects, in some way. Some terms to research: composition/"has-a" relationships, the component model, property-centric architectures. Big engines these days use, to varying degrees, a specific design called "entity-component systems"
@Eramdam This could actually be useful though. Like if you're moving the cursor rapidly between monitors, having it on both gives your eyes more time to focus on the new position. And it's definitely better than getting the cursor stuck in no-monitors-land
It gets worse! One library multiplies them differently (possibly just incorrectly?).
(and in math it’s ijk or abcd. As if quaternions weren’t confusing enough already!)
Ok, I wasn't totally wrong earlier. Some libraries do use xyzw and others use wxyz. Agh.
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