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Nicholas Sherlock
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      07-19-2003
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> NVIDIA-based Graphics Cards Will Have a Bug in Half-Life 2?
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> FSAA Cannot Be Enabled
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> http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/d...718155730.html
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Not really a bug, more of an unanticipated situation when they were coding
their FSAA.

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      07-19-2003
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> Not really a bug, more of an unanticipated situation when they were coding
> their FSAA.
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What's a bug if it's not an "unnticipated situation"?
Surely it's still a bug....?


 
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>> Not really a bug, more of an unanticipated situation when they were
>> coding their FSAA.
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> What's a bug if it's not an "unnticipated situation"?
> Surely it's still a bug....?


I guess it would depend on who was describing it - an end user for example
might call it a bug while a suposed (probabily self proclaimed) programming
and internet guru might put their own "spin" on it and call it an
"unanticipated situation"



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      07-19-2003
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> I guess it would depend on who was describing it - an end user for
> example might call it a bug while a suposed (probabily self
> proclaimed) programming and internet guru might put their own "spin"
> on it and call it an "unanticipated situation"
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or a feature
 
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> > I guess it would depend on who was describing it - an end user for
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> > proclaimed) programming and internet guru might put their own "spin"
> > on it and call it an "unanticipated situation"
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> or a feature


Hey.. when you document it, it offically becomes a feature

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      07-21-2003
In article <Xns93BE622A0725Bsamg@203.97.37.6>, samg <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
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>> I guess it would depend on who was describing it - an end user for
>> example might call it a bug while a suposed (probabily self
>> proclaimed) programming and internet guru might put their own "spin"
>> on it and call it an "unanticipated situation"

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>or a feature


Ah ! ... the marketing department is involved

Bruce


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