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Old 18th April 2018, 05:16 AM
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What is the v2.x like over the PJ64 V1.7 emulator and the Project64 emulator that I have have?

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Old 18th April 2018, 03:55 PM
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Old 19th April 2018, 12:21 AM
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That isn't much of a statement as to what makes V2.x better. And were can I download it?

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Old 20th April 2018, 08:31 PM
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To Dsx! you asked if I was an (are you American or something). I am all American from head to feet and the "something" is all male.

To ExtremeDude2. I am having a problem with V2.xx. The Emulator works just fine until I start Goldeneye 007. look at picture in the link bellow. The picture is scrambled and the laptop is locked up and has to be rebooted.

http://forum.pj64-emu.com/showthread.php?t=9016

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You don't need to tell us you're american, We can tell by the fact you mistook a quote in a signature for an actual post.


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Old 22nd April 2018, 01:47 AM
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Well since no one wants to respond to this question and others that I have posted on this forum. I just won't post here anymore (what a bunch of stuff shirts). I found my questions elsewhere for the cheats for Goldeneye 007.

Leonhart ppl in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. You miss spelled "coloring". and you missed the cap A in American. I am a bad speller also. That's why I have a prog called "Tiny Spell" running in the background that catches about 85 to 90% of my spilling mistakes and the rest is picked up by using Google search for spelling mistakes. My grammar is a bit off because I have dyslexia so I live with it.

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Colouring and coloring are both correct
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Using British English while speaking and writing in American English isn't technically correct. I'd say the same holds true for languages like Brazilian Portuguese and regular Portuguese. Sure you can understand what someones saying most of the time, but if we went around saying "I need some petrol for the lorry" in America people aren't going to immediately understand what we're talking about. It's more of a principle to correctly use your regional variation of the language used.
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Old 23rd April 2018, 09:44 AM
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Smasher. Everyone is ether side stepping or ignoring the subject completely. The subject IS NOT variations in language. The subject is a problem with Proj64 V2.x locking up my laptop. And since no one wants to address that problem or other posts that I have posted in this forum. Then the heck with them.

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Using British English while speaking and writing in American English isn't technically correct. I'd say the same holds true for languages like Brazilian Portuguese and regular Portuguese. Sure you can understand what someones saying most of the time, but if we went around saying "I need some petrol for the lorry" in America people aren't going to immediately understand what we're talking about. It's more of a principle to correctly use your regional variation of the language used.
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