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I do not mean a higher frame rate. I mean that you won't get dropped frames, crashes, and freezes (or not as many). These settings have proven to myself and friends that they make the client run better and it seems faster, not with frame rate, but no dropped frames or having Steve move incredebly slow (which I had to deal with on an old computer I had).
I have always experienced the client running faster with the lower frame rate.I did not mention full screen at all in this Instructable. It just says off in the image because I didn't bother with full screen to take those screenshots.
I'll be honest with you. I am not a hardcore gamer and I actually never heard of that before. Thank you!
I didn't think about that. I have no kids though...
Yes. It's the last book I would make a shelf out of.It was a gift and is one of my favorites of all the books I own.
I just used a thin metal bookend. The top (area you can't see) was just a large square. It was the part that the books would lean on.
I tried to take a picture of them but the picture was just black. With multiple LEDs the stars do show up multiple times but if you don't want that to happen, you can always try one LED or blocking off sections for each LED (which is what I will do for version 2 if I get around to making it).
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