Japanese Warrock Registration Guide

•March 9, 2008 • 18 Comments

Registration Link:http://warrock.jp/rd/wr_reg_user.html 
Client Download Link:http://seedcweb.nefficient.jp/seedc/warrock_full/WRJPInstaller.exe
Okay, once you click the registration link, you’ll be taken to the following screen:
Warrock Tutorial Image 1
Bascially in order to play JP warrock you need to be signed up to a Japanese gaming service called Lievo, but on the flip side, you only have to sign up for Lievo to get access to all their games (i’ll make another tutorial for them later on).

That should take you to this screen:
Warrock Tutorial Image 2
Just press accept and it will take you to the next page:
Warrock Tutorial Image 3
Fill in the details as noted and you should be fine 🙂(If a X image appears next to one of your forms, it means that you can’t use that password/username/nickname/email)
Press the button at the bottom of the page.
Warrock Tutorial Image 4
This screen is just there to make sure you have inputed the correct details.(Use Google Translate if you think you need to check)
Press OK.
Warrock Tutorial Image 5
That should take you to this page, and you’re done! Just click the link in the confirmation email they sent you, and you can play the game 🙂

More news on Sancrith

•March 9, 2008 • Leave a Comment

The World of Sancrith has been open source; you can contribute to the project here

How NOT to start fires

•February 28, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I’ve found a new platform of showing information to people 😀

You also get paid for anybody who views the Adsense ad’s you can put on your page (Hubpages automatically makes an account for Google Adsense if you wish 🙂

My first real article: How NOT to start fires

What I am working on at the moment

•February 22, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Haven’t posted anything in a while, not that anybody would have noticed 😛

I’ve been on a kayaking camp this week (I’m working up a post about it :)) and I’ve nearly finished a tutorial on how to play the Japanese version of Warrock but I need to get a proxy program for it :S

My week in summary

•February 15, 2008 • 1 Comment

Grr… busy week, I had an IT Essentials VET (Vocational Education Training, training for careers :)) meeting at Glenunga International High School, and school has been proving a bit hard. The 80 minute+ bus ride is really getting me down; I can never get to sleep by 10:30 to get up at 6:30.

My Bus 

The people on my bus annoy me.

For example, today a woman got on the bus, inserted her ticket in the machine and basically stood in front of the machine, as if that was where she intended to stand for the rest of the ride (and she did intend to stand there). I had to actually ask her to move so the guy behind her could insert his ticket to which she remarked “he can go around”. She was already setting off my “fucking bitch” alarms, but I decided to give her a little credit; it could have been a bad day.
So we got to driving again, and a few corners later she basically fell onto me (I was sitting in the baggage rack across from the ticket machine). She got up and promptly blamed the teenage girl sitting in the seat next to the machine, and bullied the girl out of her seat.
It took all my strength of will to not push her down the step as she left the bus.

School Itself

School has been fairly easy, lots of my lessons haven’t really shown me anything new.

IT: Communications Systems is basically just covering how business communicate and what systems they use to communicaete. All the information for my assignments I have been able to get out of my textbook.

Geography has been pretty easy; Mr Caretii will give us the sheet, tell us its for homework and then he will show us all the answers for the next week. Also he is easily distracted with questions; one questions has averaged out to last him 7.5 minutes.

English, I’m doing Level Design and Electronic games at the moment. ’nuff said.

History is fairly boring; I already know what I want to know about Australia; I want to know about other countries histories! Federation and Australia in World War One is what we covered last year. And the year before. And the year before.

Science. Meh, soundwaves microwaves beachwaves uberwaves radio-electro-magnetic waves.

Continue reading ‘My week in summary’

Windows Shortcuts You Probably Never Knew

•February 6, 2008 • 2 Comments

 (This list is for window users… I haven’t got a Mac or a Linux box :()WinKey + R = Opens the run dialogue.WinKey + D = Minimizes everything and takes you to the desktop.WinKey + E = Brings up Windows Explorer.WinKey + F = Brings up the Search window.WinKey + L = Brings up the Windows Welcome screen (Does not actually log you off)WinKey + U = Brings up the utility manager screen (Accessibility options like Screen Magnifier, Narrator, Screen Keyboard etc) Microsoft Office: Word Shortcuts

CTRL+1 — Single SpacingCTRL+2 — Double spacingCTRL+5 — 1 1/2 spacing

Shift+F3 — Toggle case 

-Big Thanks to Deezone for telling me about those 🙂 – Kiter

Alt + F = Open File Menu

Alt + E = Open Edit Menu

Alt + V = Open View Menu

Alt + I = Open insert menu

Ctrl + D = Font Menu

Ctrl + S = Save

Alt + 

 

      WinKey is an abbreviation I use for the key between the Ctrl and Alt buttons in the bottom left hand corner of your keyboard.

Various How-To’s I spotted on the Internets :)

•February 5, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Haven’t been able to post anything because I’ve been too busy with schoolwork, but here are a few funny “how-to”‘s to make up for it