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  1. Ah good ol' Professor Elemental:
  2. Howdy, I will hand verify your account. When did you make it? There was a period I was just auto-approving accounts due to an email outage. I looked at your account, and your account was one we auto-approved. You're good to go.
  3. I can't get enough of this game.
  4. I have to disagree on this one, I thought it was shallow as hell. I was hoping for another Subnautica, not necessarily a build/survival game, but something with that depth of exploration and I was deeply disappointed.
  5. Might be a permissions error I will look into it. Thanks for letting us know.
  6. Yeah this is pretty accurate. I owned a Fiat 500e and it had a realistic range of 70-80 miles and it suited everything I needed for quite some time. The only reason I went back to an ICE vehicle is because I suddenly need to travel cross country one-way and the drop-fee for a rental and transport cost of my car is insane. Most people don't travel more than 40 miles in any day, and you can charge overnight on a standard 120v. Electric cars have around 70%-80% real efficiency of power usage and power plants are close to that while ICE vehicles are 50% tops. Many people make the argument that power plants are just moving the pollution somewhere else, but localized controlled pollution with heavy oversight is better than that pollution spread all-over. Not to mention there's a significant portion of the power-grid moving to renewable sources and nuclear power. From a personal standpoint, it was awesome owning an electric car. No emissions test, no oil, oil seals, transmission, transmission fluid, muffler system, ect, ect. Also since it's tech the value of those cars drops significantly in the first couple years. I picked up my Fiat 500e for $8000 with 10k miles on it, when just a few years ago it sold new for $36,000.
  7. Thanks for the link! Hey nice, the UI is working for me if that's any help. I use ublock origin and I don't deal with malicious ads anymore.
  8. This is correct. I can't do this due to the complications of contacting the authors to make sure having that link is ok. Some authors may take offense to me making their content downloadable, even through a third party. Not to mention that those services are always being disabled by Google and it would be a pain to keep up with it. However, I do like this software since it can download multiple videos/playlist at once, and it comes with a handy interface, so no more command line. https://github.com/MrS0m30n3/youtube-dl-gui
  9. I've rebuilt GG from the ground up and I'm slowly re-adding everything. So that's at-least a WIP catalog. https://gorillagong.com/
  10. That's a question for @Ross Scott, but there are multiple problems with oauth stuff, including extra upkeep. Each time we update the site we also have to fix incompatibilities with the theme, custom plugins, ect. So each part of the site adds exponentially to the work required to perform an update. This means when Steam updates their oauth system, we're forced to do a full system update or people can't login. Oauth also adds the risk, because you're allowing a third party app to perform authentication on the site, and if Steam messes up, the site could be even more of a target than it already is.
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