I said in a past post that I was subsidizing someone else's new equipment so I can get their old equipment for myself to use.
That process is now complete.
My 1.4ghz Mac Mini which I was using as my Unity 4 Dev machine has been replaced by a superior model.
And I have to say, the superior model does run so much better.
I now have my 1.4ghz mini set aside as what I'll call a "testing console". To me, it just makes sense to wipe everything on the hard drive, start from scratch, and just use it for testing.
But with a clean install of the OS, the 1.4ghz mini actually runs pretty well ---- as long, I'm sure, as you aren't doing anything too arduous.
I said in another recent post that I released Air Defence on LBRY and that it has a bug in the mac version and you can't use the keyboard controls.
I'm thinking I might actually release an update.
Upon inspecting a bit more about how LBRY works, I figure it's possible that I can release an update, and that'll make everything so much nicer.
Unfortunately, we'll have to wait about a week --- the only Windows PC in our house belongs to my Mom, and she's away for a while, so I might not be able to test on Windows until she gets back.
I've also done some work on Blaine Bananatree. It's coming along.
Last night I went to sleep thinking very sad thoughts about how no one ever really liked me. I know that's probably not true, but childhood was hard enough and it was just difficult to see an end to tipping.
But then I got another tip. And Air Defence is on the Trending Page. I'm sorted out now. Yay.
I was actually able to test on Windows before my Mom came back --- so last night I released v1.01 of Air Defence on LBRY. Yay!!
The LBRY system is more versatile than I originally imagined it to be.
At first, I thought version control was going to be very difficult ---- but it's actually very easy.