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If you add female players, please add trandgendered skins
Originally posted by osssmoc:
Secondly, no national army accepts transgenders into their ranks. Literally 0. So, no. Also, how would they portray a trans human in a game? One with a female body and a guy face? Or one with a guy body with a female face? Or one that looks exactly like a woman? If so, how would it be different from a female class?
That is neither true nor relevant^{1}; however, I agree that having separate transgender skins seems unnecessary. I would expect that most transmen/transwomen would just want to play with skins that match their respective gender identities.
^{1} http://www.sldn.org/pages/transgenderissues
“Currently, at least 10 countries permit transgender service in some form: Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Israel, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.”












Topic: Ballistic /
PLEASE POST ALL HACKER REPORTS HERE
Originally posted by BlkSheep642:
Originally posted by HammieTheHamster:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bomGDYPcQ1g
NETANEL11 speedhack.
im on a roll today lol
More proof, like this please. It must make it easier for Rumble to get them banned.
I’ve tried to do this, but my computer can’t handle recording and running the game at the same time. =(






Topic: Ballistic /
Hints and Tips for Newbies
Originally posted by HeadlesHorsemann:
Originally posted by facelesscoward:
Originally posted by main_gi:
Originally posted by ShadowsQ_:
I can’t if this is a troll/joke thread……..
It seems like a really outdated guide for Ballistic 2.0. Unfortunately, the square root of 4.0 is actually 2.0 and 2.0, and I think this is 2.0.
It’s conventional to identify “the” square root of a nonnegative real number as its unique nonnegative square root (of course, 2 is a square root of 4).
Of course, the ability to do this falls apart if you’re talking about complex roots, since there is no way to separate complex numbers into positive and negative (more precisely, the complex numbers cannot be made into an ordered field — if i is positive then so is i^2 = 1, whence so is (1)^2 = 1, but 1 and 1 cannot both be positive; if i is negative then i is positive, and the contradiction is similarly obtained) and hence no way to identify a particular root as “special.”
Godamnit main_gi what have you done?
Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. =P



Topic: Ballistic /
PLEASE POST ALL HACKER REPORTS HERE
alessio1987 – infinite grenades hack



Topic: Ballistic /
Hints and Tips for Newbies
Originally posted by main_gi:
Originally posted by ShadowsQ_:
I can’t if this is a troll/joke thread……..
It seems like a really outdated guide for Ballistic 2.0. Unfortunately, the square root of 4.0 is actually 2.0 and 2.0, and I think this is 2.0.
It’s conventional to identify “the” square root of a nonnegative real number as its unique nonnegative square root (of course, 2 is a square root of 4).
Of course, the ability to do this falls apart if you’re talking about complex roots, since there is no way to separate complex numbers into positive and negative (more precisely, the complex numbers cannot be made into an ordered field — if i is positive then so is i^2 = 1, whence so is (1)^2 = 1, but 1 and 1 cannot both be positive; if i is negative then i is positive, and the contradiction is similarly obtained) and hence no way to identify a particular root as “special.”



Topic: Ballistic /
PLEASE POST ALL HACKER REPORTS HERE
B1B2B3 is damage hacking; longrange shotgun onehit kill.









Topic: Ballistic /
PLEASE POST ALL HACKER REPORTS HERE
Another for EHiDE: infinite grenades, speed hacking, damage hacking.



Topic: Ballistic /
PLEASE POST ALL HACKER REPORTS HERE
Deathcyde is using infinite grenade hack.



Topic: Ballistic /
PLEASE POST ALL HACKER REPORTS HERE
User Vanguarde has onehit kill, infinite grenade, and possibly infinite clip.



Topic: Ballistic /
PLEASE POST ALL HACKER REPORTS HERE
SM3000 appears to be admitting to hacking here: http://imgur.com/Jhim4JY
EDIT: Yeah, SM3000 is using damage hacks.






Topic: Game Programming /
a Question
That’s the problem. If you place code on a MovieClip or Button, it has to be in an onClipEvent handler. Having little pieces of script scattered all over the place can result in poor organization, though. I suggest trying to put most of your code in a layer on the main timeline, if not in separate .as files.
