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Man, I just used up all my votes... rest assured, this will get one tomorrow.

VERY cool.

Two minor things: Damn, that's slow. Of course, that's most likely more my machine than anything else... it's expected to be slow, of course, but it was reeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaallllllly slow. That's what I get for using a 233... Of course, I do have a nice geforce card, so if you can work hardware t&l in there I'll be set. ;)

And for whatever reasons (probably related to my slow computer, too) the beans first appear filled in, but are then wireframes... still, that's amazing.

if only I could use up all my daily votes on one post...



In reply to Holy jumping mother o' god in a sidecar with chocolate jimmies and a lobster bib! by PsionicMan
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