You've certainly earned that success. You tried everything going. TheSC said:I'm not sure why it would only be the MS games. The only thing I can
come up with (and mind you, this is a pretty big stretch) is that there
was some relation between the KB API and the selection API in the games.
Maybe because they're both Microsoft games? Got me; I'm not that good of
a programmer (besides, I'm sure it wasn't written in Basic );
assembly language was never my forte'.
The solution 'resolved' my situation, and it may 'solve' someone else's
similar problem, or, it 'solved' my problem, and may 'resolve' someone
To quote from
"Both words have meanings that overlap and those that don't. The word
"solve" is confined to "finding a solution". One can solve a problem,
but one can also solve a puzzle, solve a mathematics equation, etc. One
does not usually resolve puzzles or equations. One can also resolve a
problem. This can mean finding a solution, but it usually extends beyond
that -- to making the problem go away. "
"But to my best knowledge, to resolve also means to find a satisfactory
solution to a problem."
effort you put into all that deserves full applause.
I was about to suggest restoring the image (after taking one of the
current position), and if it went away then we could rule out hardware
This one has an extremely high weirdo factor. But I wonder if it is
unique because I found this in a Google search;
"rubeckf" seems to have the same phenomenon.