III wrote:note: this forum is intended for feedback for the development team.
i only posted my hardware situation to point out that i'm not running a lowest common denominator system, not to solicit help on how to improve it. aside from that (and this, now) i've tried to restrict my comments to why certain choices might be valid design requirements.
discussions of how to set up your system for video or audio are probably better held somewhere where they won't interfere with the etf collecting feedback.
apologies to the web team for any contribution i may have made to thread drift.
PJ wrote:FWIW I have a fast PC, running an older (smaller) OS (WinME), with fast graphics hardware and a fast Internet connection. I'm geographically-farther from the various servers than are sundry Californians. And my E-Playa page load speeds and latency are both quite irritating, whereas the 3playa is nearly instantaneous. (Except for the occasional linked image, but those come from servers all over the world.)
precipitate wrote:> does that sound like we are going in the right direction?
Yes. Thank you. Very much.
quote="Last Real Burner""You are a Nubew around these parts, aren't you. Thread Drift comes with the territory. It's the glue that keeps this place sliding around. "
Bob wrote:On any given eplaya page of posts, there's about 5KB to 20KB of actual text (including navigation).
If you put it into a layout consisting of more than 150 table cells, a 10KB style sheet, 80KB of graphics, miscellaneous mods and formats and CGI scripts and permissions, and whatever who's-plonking-whom-or-what settings are in your personal prefs, and the server's being hammered by some volunteer coordinator looking through the db for volunteers with expertise in crepe paper and magic markers, pretty soon you have a bored and cranky eplaya populace.
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