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  1. fraggle

    Vanilla Doom smooth weapons

    Correct. That's out of scope for this project.
  2. Could you add some screenshots? Very curious to see.
  3. Thanks for posting that link in the thread that got locked! Didn't even know Dime was running Doom at AGDQ! And now I've just noticed he ran Doom and Doom 2! Thanks fraggle!

  4. fraggle

    Officially* Name a Doom monster

    Just a note that Barney was the star of the show at the latest AGDQ:
  5. Create a Discord and find people to coordinate with that way. Running a DOSbox server and blindly hoping someone is going to join is a waste of time.
  6. fraggle

    Are there any hotel-related maps?

    Batman Doom has one in MAP05 I think
  7. fraggle

    100th Post On Doomworld

  8. fraggle

    Recommendations for E1 WADs to play

    Seconding No End In Sight, which I recently had a lot of fun playing through over the holiday.
  9. fraggle

    Is there a direct Windows port of Vanilla Doom?

    Edward has already done a great job explaining things, but just to add a bit more flavour: "Plain port of the source code to Windows and other modern OSes" was pretty much literally the original design goal for Chocolate Doom and completed in the first few months of the project. It quickly became apparent that there are some far more subtle details which aren't immediately obvious. Even if you change nothing in the code itself, the behaviour can end up being different, so demos recorded with vanilla Doom end up playing back differently. This fix is the classic example where a particular demo would desync but only if compiled for 64-bit. So what's really wanted is not a plain port but the DOS behaviour on modern OSes. This has been something of an uphill battle, in no small part because the C programming language Doom is written in has a long list of undefined behaviours where things can vary depending on CPU, compiler or operating system. But I'm relatively confident that Chocolate nowadays pretty much exactly matches the DOS vanilla behaviour.
  10. fraggle

    Vanilla Doom smooth weapons

    Sure, I'll allow it. (Serious answer: yes, it works fine)
  11. Dragonfly had some good advice, and I suggest you follow it. Closing this thread as I don't think it's going to be productive.
  12. It appears to be listed on the master server list now at the time of writing (listed as "Unnamed server"): https://master.chocolate-doom.org/ If you initially started up the server and forgot to give it a name, it'll be stuck with the "Unnamed server" name for probably around 4 hours until the master server refreshes.
  13. fraggle

    Doom Wiki Month in Review (Issue #9)

    Great work everyone, and thanks as always Quasar for the summary.
  14. fraggle

    Cacowards 2019 Mentionation Thread

    Quasar for Espi Award ZokumBSP for Codeaward