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101 Oct 13, 2006 at 12:49

An interesting and useful feature would be the ability to search or sort engines based on price. For example, I’m interested in engines in the range of $100-$200, but viewing them all would take a lot of effort.

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101 Oct 13, 2006 at 13:56

It wouldnt be worth it at the moment. Having professionly evalutated engines, I can tell you that there are simply none, with a real license, in that price range.

You’d be better off using an open source alternative, but if you insist on paying Torque is ok.

Edit: And before people have a rant about GPL code there are ways around it. I know, I’ve worked on several projects based around the Linux Kernel.

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101 Sep 02, 2008 at 14:30

@080711jk

I should probably inform you that no one speaks (or reads) japanese here. At least as far as I know…

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167 Sep 02, 2008 at 16:18

Don’t worry, it’s just spam.

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101 Sep 03, 2008 at 16:12

@starstutter

I should probably inform you that no one speaks (or reads) japanese here. At least as far as I know…

timothyinspa probably does, he is from Hong Kong, Japan. He is the only exception that I know of, of course we could use Google translate. That was odd he embedded Chinese in there.

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167 Sep 03, 2008 at 16:30

Err… you do know Hong Kong is in China, not Japan, right?

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101 Sep 03, 2008 at 23:02

They need to use the American naming convention and if it is a major city name it either “New” something famous, or name it the state (or province, region, whatever they have) for example New York, New York. :lol:

I always get confused when it comes to China and Japan:wacko: :blink: Oh well, that is why I am a programmer not map artist.