- Jun 20, 2011
No one should speak again about the matter... the repo was already exorcized from that unholy port
Does box86/gl4es support OpenGl 3? At least for older x86 PCs that's nowadays one of the biggest obstacle to run unity games, as they dropped OpenGL 2.1 supportYeah, I have just checked, and Hollow Knight is Unity... I have plan to supports Unity games on Box86, but still need to work on that.
Have you considered using godot instead?But I wish the would just add arm linux support.
Then I could build my personal project for my pyra. (If I have it at some point in the future)
Maybe Unity adds linux arm support somewhere in the next 2 Months.
Looks like you could get better utility by lubing that shaft. (GIF not included) I did it on the protocase hinges and whatnot, and it was a lot better.Good morning all
Have a beautiful week.The samples from 3D printing arrived last week. We had tested both Buttons,Metal spring and plastic. Both are working Fine. We will move forward with metal spring cause i found the correct Spring for the top buttons that gives nice and smooth movement. Right now we will move forward Recreating the mold for the buttons . Also this month i am waiting a special PC with V0 as raw matterial.It seems this month i will manage to create some Complete Samples to ED and hopefully move forward with production .In the pictures you will see Both buttons (metal and plastic Spring) .The metal spring you see (Just the spring,not the Button) now is deferend from what i had ordered today cause i found better ones for the movement
Please Recheck the video and inform me.Nice photos.
Sadly the video doesn't work.
It say's the video isn't available.
Does the video have the ID: "EkK4iakw2EQ" ?
Is it set to published or not listed?
If it is set to other publishing-modes no one but you is able to see it.
yep.Cooper is about to smooth the milling marks .Yes, indeed very sweet.
This is I think the first time I've heard about copper electrodeposition; I assume it's copper electroplating using electrolysis. Is this just to smooth out the milling marks, or is it related to the coatings you're intending to apply at the end?
And I'm slightly surprised you didn't need to flood that milling with cooling fluid, but I guess a small tungsten carbide bit removes so little metal at each pass that it doesn't actually heat up anything too much.