toby109tt wrote:That looks pretty good I wish the moon was bigger tho :)
My settings:I'm using the Atari TTF font from Debian repository. Find a nice font that you want to use, and then go to Settings and search for "font_path". Double-click that entry, and select the font TTF file on your computer. Should take effect immediately. I also adjust font_shadow and so on.
Searching the Advanced Settings menu for "font" should reveal all options.
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font_size = 18 font_shadow = 1 font_shadow_alpha = 255 font_path = /usr/share/fonts/truetype/fonts-atarismall/AtariSmall.ttf mono_font_path = /usr/share/fonts/truetype/fonts-atarismall/AtariSmall.ttf
Mhmm... what was the first: Mese or Minetest?roboto wrote:Heck, MESE has been around for as long as we remember Minetest as.
dyslexic mesev-rob wrote:I was looking around really old versions of Minetest (0.0.101213115322 to be precise), and I noticed a weird problem with the textures:
The back is upside down as well, but the others are fine.
i like voxelands very much...Inocudom wrote: I built this pool in Voxelands, which used to be Minetest Classic. Voxelands is in serious need of skilled builders.
Mese came into Minetest after around 40 alpha versions as the very first ore (before iron or coal). It was the seventh block ever made. (If anyone is curious, the other blocks were stone, grass, water, tree, leaves, and cloud.)Wolfshippie wrote:Mhmm... what was the first: Mese or Minetest?roboto wrote:Heck, MESE has been around for as long as we remember Minetest as.
WELL I DOPunk wrote:I don't have the pieces...
well I have xdecor so narthe_raven_262 wrote:WELL I DOPunk wrote:I don't have the pieces...
Seriously though, a board that small would be confusing to play on.
Which is why I have built the biggest, greatest and overall the best chessboard around.
Even though I'm bad at the game itself, but that obviously didn't stop me.
(I lost quite a few games over there)
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