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Blizzard Recommending SCMDraft 2
Jul 10 2019, 2:21 pm
By: MTiger156  

Jul 10 2019, 2:21 pm MTiger156 Post #1

Veteran Mapper

Blizzard is now recommending SCMDraft 2 to all players.
Another big victory for the SEN community!

*shouts of joy*



Quote from Matt Sherman, StarCraft Developer
SCMDRAFT is not only more robust than StarEdit, but it’s also much more user-friendly. Although SCMDRAFT is an unofficial editor for StarCraft, rest assured we work closely with Sinsanity to ensure its compatibility with the game.





Jul 10 2019, 2:52 pm Suicidal Insanity Post #2

I see you !

Don't you mean Stormcoast Fortress? :D




Jul 10 2019, 5:08 pm IlyaSnopchenko Post #3

The Curious

Wow, and they 86d staredit.exe from the installation, too. I wonder if I should have backed up or something but the effin' Blizzard Agent updated everything without me noticing. When I looked into the STARCRAFT\ folder now it looked to me like Norton Antivirus has been let loose there: most files are gone. :)



Who am I, and why should I care?

Jul 10 2019, 5:42 pm Suicidal Insanity Post #4

I see you !

The editor wouldn't help without the MPQs anyhow.




Jul 10 2019, 6:19 pm IlyaSnopchenko Post #5

The Curious

I understand (I still have them in my derelict 1.16 installation, but patch_ed.mpq is gone for good now).

Good thing about the new patch: SAMASE works without any noticeable issues.
Bad thing: most AI stuff is now broken, including the stock Insane script I was using in a mission.




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[2021-7-29. : 6:54 pm]
RdeRenato -- xd
[2021-7-29. : 5:10 pm]
IlyaSnopchenko -- that, or they should've instead made the probes to fly somehow, so all the workers were equally capable :)
[2021-7-29. : 5:09 pm]
IlyaSnopchenko -- Maybe they'll get around to fix flying drones after they've fixed the flying SCVs
[2021-7-29. : 4:06 am]
Dem0n -- and hope they never touch it again
[2021-7-29. : 12:34 am]
Oh_Man -- Look every1 blizz updated SC without breaking everything. Let's give them a round of applause!
[2021-7-28. : 9:53 am]
NudeRaider -- MTiger156
MTiger156 shouted: The management is pure evil, yes. BUT there is still some good left in the employees. They are starting a massive on-site protest tomorrow (7/28), the number of participants is supposedly in the thousands. CHANGE WILL COME!
That's not what I meant. I can see internal company culture changing, but I have zero hopes that Blizzard will go back to caring about their customers. A good rep just isn't as profitable as milking. I would say once a company becomes a stock company they cannot be the humble good guys anymore they have a duty to make as much money as possible.
[2021-7-28. : 8:39 am]
NudeRaider -- Vrael
Vrael shouted: NudeRaider whoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa what? is this just in germany? I'm sure the U.S. has some equally asinine rules too but
I'm only aware of Germany, but I would be very surprised if they didn't try this shit in other countries too. Disclaimer: I actually have no idea how responsibly that agency is using their right to veto. Maybe they do it fine but I don't trust them. They are supposed to regulate the market and keep net neutrality. But in the past they failed to prevent shit like Stream On. It's an option for phone flatrates where Youtube etc. are making contracts with Telekom that you can continue using it even if you used up all the GBs of your volume flatrate. And even if that agency does it properly, it's just not right they can do it without a court.
[2021-7-28. : 4:11 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Oh_Man
Oh_Man shouted: sweet jaysus... i remember attending the midnight launch at King George Square. Some dude dressed up as a pylon XD
"Some dude dressed up as a pylon" :megathink:
[2021-7-28. : 12:55 am]
Vrael -- NudeRaider
NudeRaider shouted: Oh_Man idd. I had switched a long time ago out of privacy concerns. Only by chance I realized that with that I also circumvented their website bans. I find that disgusting as well. I mean I have no problem with them banning sites when court decided they are illegal and police can't take them down because server is somewhere they have no jurisdiction at. But recently they went a step further. No court needed anymore. A collection of a few dozen copyright owners, the providers decided. And some federal agency can veto, but they most likely wave it all through. And nobody is talking about it. Private firms censoring the Internet. :( It's a shame. And yes, I'm not affected. Still mad.
whoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa what? is this just in germany? I'm sure the U.S. has some equally asinine rules too but
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