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Cogs can think.

I'm a mere, tiny, insignificant cog in a whole clockwork of stupidity.
The little cog that wanted to break free, I am.

Someone gets it

From the SkyOS.org forums (link):

3D Screencompositioning, based on vector graphics instead of bitmap is for sure the latest hype.
Mac OS X have it already, Windows (Longhorn) and Linux will have it soon.

To use it effectivly full acclerated 3D Drivers are required.
This could be a bit difficult for SkyOS ?!

I think that SkyOS needs to fix some bugs and some other features first, before some new eyecandy is added.

What i want is:

- full working modern partioning tool, which doesent write wrong entries to the partition table
- autoinstall of grub or lilo (bootmanger for multiboot)
- ntfs (at least read) access and automount of these to access data on windows partitions
- rewrite/optimisation of the graphics routines. The SkyOS GUI is very very slow, compared to other oses like win or linux - even with the vesa drivers.
- support for nvidia nforce chipsets with sound and network.

maybe some of these points are already implemented, or planned for the near future.

what i want to say with is: i don't need a new filemanager/viewer or even a 3d desktop, as long as i can't even install the system without destroying my hardisk.

This guy gets it.
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What I found most annoying is that the dev team apparently needs these kind of reminders. Shouldn't this be obvious? Shouldn't I be able to safely install it by this point?    

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