EPIC WIN!

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Blackcrack wrote:Kitty/Putty :

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Blacky
Oh man, that is AWESOME!

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1by1 - The Directory Player - Lightweight audio file browser and player
Dependencies: decoding plugins from the official website
The program cannot be closed after playing a song. Everything else works just fine.

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Steinberg Cubase 5.1.1
Dependencies: .NET Framework 1.0 (or superior version)
I can load various audio files, apply effects etc., runs almost perfect, except.. no sound output (ASIO drivers needed).
Partial "win"? :roll:

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ReactOS 0.4.6 install disk / VirtualBox 5.0.20 with Guest Additions installed

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Sublime Text 3.0

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Amazing progress, with Cubase and Sublime working at least partially! Love your work Reactos devs!

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Running ZeroBrane Studio within ReactOS successfully.
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Not a complete success, but using the latest build from Oct 21 of this year I managed to install the driver of the TRENDnet TU2-ET100 (https://www.trendnet.com/products/prodd ... _TU2-ET100) and link it to the hardware itself using device manager (device manager still can't find it automatically so I still had to point it to the folder created in program files with the .sys and .inf files) all on real hardware, an old hp pavillion dv6000 laptop. I couldn't manage to get network connectivity itself but I haven't tried too much beyond restarting and this is farther than I've been able to get so far.
ReactOS: HP pavilion dv6500.

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Stellarium in ReactOS:
https://youtu.be/oZK8wYZKGvM

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Battle for Wesnoth running on ReactOS with audio.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=buSf8yIHOek
I think this needs update.
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Adcock wrote: I think this needs update.
I wish ROS had a section of the site set up similarly to appdb.winehq.org. It makes it very easy to submit test data and keep everything organized and will scale much better than the wiki page (it'll also work for non game programs as well).
ReactOS: HP pavilion dv6500.

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MySQL 5.5.58 Community Server and HediSQL 8.1.0 on ReactOS 0.4.7-RC1.
Installed without errors. Can connect, add DB, tables and edit data :)
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Node.js v5.0.0 x86
Able to do normal JavaScript operations, as you'd expect from Node.js
Download: https://nodejs.org/dist/v5.0.0/node-v5.0.0-x86.msi
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My working rigs:
Dell Latitude E5430 on 0.4.9-vgal - i5-3340M, USB boot.
Partially working rigs:
Ryzen 7 3700X on B450 board - 0.4.14 boot via preinstall. USB broken.
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A_S
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cernodile wrote:Node.js v5.0.0 x86
Able to do normal JavaScript operations, as you'd expect from Node.js
Do you check some network operations? For example try to create a server. There are some issue https://jira.reactos.org/browse/CORE-13305

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Using the software renderer SwiftShader from the other thread, I managed to play Dustforce (drop the dll in the same directory). It ran at 1 fps in Virtual box, it was too hard to play so I copied my savegame from Windows to be able to get out of the tutorial levels.

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Someone told me to fill a message about SwiftShader in this thread (Thanks grumly)

IMPORTANT NOTICE
I have just rebuilt this file for both ReactOS and Windows XP. Don't ask me to help you to patch this file so it can works for your own tests/games.

TEST ON GAME 'Parasite In City 1.03'
https://youtu.be/INS26iJE-iQ?list=PLmXi ... fRYt0Y4unG

DOWNLOAD
There are currently two versions without watermark/logo Choose one of the two DLLs above. Put it in the same folder than the *exe file of your game.

DOCUMENTATION
Hope it helps.
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Downloaded Lightshot, installed it without problems, then took a screenshot, and uploaded it directly from ReactOS! :o

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