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Liam Dawe 26 Jul
Quoting: kneekooWow, that only reinforces the idea of highlighting the newly added questions, so people can provide input if they want to. Thanks for the Trends tip! :)
The article should note if you have questions you have not answered and tells you how many.
Lightkey 26 Jul
One suggestion would be untangling the GPU models mess, adding filters for card families or market segments.
Shmerl 26 Jul
Quoting: LightkeyOne suggestion would be untangling the GPU models mess, adding filters for card families or market segments.

Yeah, something like low end, mid range, high end filters could be useful.
TheRiddick 27 Jul
I own a VR device but its not on the list. The Quest, technically it can be connected to PC via Linux if someone builds an app to do it. ALVR could be compiled against dotnet5 under Linux for example.. No idea how one would go about it.

Believe it or not, the Quest headset is the only viable option for many places outside the US such as Australia where Index and other headsets are not sold in store and require imports which can easily exceed a $2000 price tag!!!

The Quest headset cost me $649AUD and the updated model (white) is said to be even cheaper then that. DAMN shame nobody has managed to get them linked up to Linux PC yet. (works amazing under Windows and Virtual Desktop app, or Link cable)


Quoting: Shmerl
Quoting: LightkeyOne suggestion would be untangling the GPU models mess, adding filters for card families or market segments.

Yeah, something like low end, mid range, high end filters could be useful.

My 1080TI was high end at one stage, now its mid range. So you'd be updating that list a fair bit.


Last edited by TheRiddick on 27 July 2020 at 2:17 am UTC
axredneck 27 Jul
My suggestions:
Do you use Wine for gaming? (Yes/No)
Do you use Proton for gaming? (Yes/No)
Do you use VM for gaming (DOSBox and other emulators don't count)? (Windows/Other/No)


Last edited by axredneck on 27 July 2020 at 2:55 pm UTC
Shmerl 27 Jul
Yes, this whole last X months question was rather strange. A simple "do you use" is a lot more to the point.
kneekoo 27 Jul
Quoting: Liam DaweThe article should note if you have questions you have not answered and tells you how many.
I know, that's how I noticed I had 2 missing answers, but it's barely visible if you don't pay much attention to everything in the article. And it's quite easy to miss it, considering it's basically the same article each month and you don't have changes in your configuration you're rather tempted to "click here to continue to be included" and move on.

So placing that notification in a div with a visible background color would help. :)


Last edited by kneekoo on 28 July 2020 at 10:49 am UTC
Lightkey 27 Jul
Quoting: TheRiddickMy 1080TI was high end at one stage, now its mid range. So you'd be updating that list a fair bit.

No need to update the ranges relative to other generations, AMD and NVidia already do that with refreshes, giving them new model names. Otherwise you would not be able to compare the rise and fall of the cards in a given segment between generations and that's the point of doing it.
Liam Dawe 28 Jul
Quoting: kneekoo
Quoting: Liam DaweThe article should note if you have questions you have not answered and tells you how many.
I know, that's how I noticed I had 2 missing answers, but it's barely visible if you don't pay much attention to everything in the article. And it's quite easy to miss it, considering it's basically the same article each month and you don't have changes in your configuration you're rather tempted to "click here to continue to be included" and move on.

So placing that notification in a div with a visible background color would help. :)
A fair point if I wish to bring attention to it, okay. I've adjusted it to place it into an info box with the "here's what we have for you" bit below that. This should clearly make it stand out now.
axredneck 28 Jul
Gentoo and Arch-based are barely visible here: https://i.imgur.com/UdV80Sy.png
Edit: similar issue here: https://i.imgur.com/umsvQ6J.png


Last edited by axredneck on 28 July 2020 at 4:41 pm UTC
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