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Has hkSFV development been abandoned?

I just d/l and tried it, not bad but was surprised to read topics going way back to 2002 asking for updates.

Is there a official word on its status?
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Its dead.
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Axilla wrote:Its dead.

Sadly, but yes it is. As with AIM+.

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why not just shut down the forum or at least post a sticky saying no new version will ever be created and the bugs that are here to say. It's been 2 years, so I guess most people know that no new version won't come out anyway, but still new people to the forum can see this
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you mean like..... an FAQ?
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plasma, it hurts to read, fix it!!!
Plasma2002b wrote:you mean like..... an FAQ?
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one thing you dont do is correct me on grammar..... because im usually right.

the terms FAQ is normally pronounced one letter at a time. F A Q. Its not said as a word, "fack"

When deciding on which to use, 'a' or 'an', normally you would look at the first letter of the world following it. If the word has a vowel as its first letter, you would use 'an', whereas if the word has a constinent, you would simply use 'a'.

But in this case, where the word is not an actual word, the preceding rule has a few limitations. The rule is changed. You no longer look at the first letter of the word, but rather, you look at the first sylable of the word.

If the first sylable has a sound of a vowel, then the rule goes the same way with the 'a' or 'an'

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Plasma2002b wrote:

one thing you dont do is correct me on grammar..... because im usually right.

the terms FAQ is normally pronounced one letter at a time. F A Q. Its not said as a word, "fack"

When deciding on which to use, 'a' or 'an', normally you would look at the first letter of the world following it. If the word has a vowel as its first letter, you would use 'an', whereas if the word has a constinent, you would simply use 'a'.

But in this case, where the word is not an actual word, the preceding rule has a few limitations. The rule is changed. You no longer look at the first letter of the word, but rather, you look at the first sylable of the word.

If the first sylable has a sound of a vowel, then the rule goes the same way with the 'a' or 'an'

........retard

i actually learned something there. :o
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when i read abbreviations i like to think of what it means... frequently asked questions... so an frequently asked questions just sounds wierd... i didnt know you and whoever reads FAQ reads it like letters... so it was a misunderstanding, no need to name call...
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Jrrtt37 wrote:
Plasma2002b wrote:

one thing you dont do is correct me on grammar..... because im usually right.

the terms FAQ is normally pronounced one letter at a time. F A Q. Its not said as a word, "fack"

When deciding on which to use, 'a' or 'an', normally you would look at the first letter of the world following it. If the word has a vowel as its first letter, you would use 'an', whereas if the word has a constinent, you would simply use 'a'.

But in this case, where the word is not an actual word, the preceding rule has a few limitations. The rule is changed. You no longer look at the first letter of the word, but rather, you look at the first sylable of the word.

If the first sylable has a sound of a vowel, then the rule goes the same way with the 'a' or 'an'

........retard

i actually learned something there. :o
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Plasma2002b wrote::-?


one thing you dont do is correct me on grammar..... because im usually right.

the terms FAQ is normally pronounced one letter at a time. F A Q. Its not said as a word, "fack"

When deciding on which to use, 'a' or 'an', normally you would look at the first letter of the world following it. If the word has a vowel as its first letter, you would use 'an', whereas if the word has a constinent, you would simply use 'a'.

But in this case, where the word is not an actual word, the preceding rule has a few limitations. The rule is changed. You no longer look at the first letter of the word, but rather, you look at the first sylable of the word.

If the first sylable has a sound of a vowel, then the rule goes the same way with the 'a' or 'an'

........retard



And that's why I hate "American" English. Even though we all speak it.. so many damn complicated rules. :roll:
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Post by Robpol86 »

to and too is easy, unless your a retard

a and an, i never heard of such rules that plasma stated, i think hes shootin up heroin
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Plasma is right.....jeez he gets so much flak for being correct.


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