Jump to content

Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 05/04/2020 in all areas

  1. 5 points
    Andytizer

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    Actually having a 'Cinematic camera perspective' is quite a valuable piece of information - it tells you that the player has no control over the camera. Some players may prefer games with fixed camera angles, some cannot stand them. I don't think adding genre, camera perspectives etc can in any way hurt the 'fix PC games' project of ours, it can only help. I've always maintained that the addition of additional information is always going to be helpful for lots of reasons - for rich, descriptive lists of games that no one else has. Like 'Singleplayer games with microtransactions' or 'Adventure games that support controller' or 'Horror games that support LAN'. Additionally, taxonomy will have benefits for our SEO and lays the foundation for a new 'Introduction' section I'm going to be working on next. I respect that you feel it's a waste of time, however it's something we are going ahead it and I reserve the right to waste my own time 🙂. I would suggest turning off your watchlist for the next few weeks because there are going to be a lot of changes to every single article, taxonomy is just the beginning.
  2. 3 points
    Antrad

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    It says on the home page "PCGamingWiki aims to list fixes and workarounds for every single PC game." How is writing that Escape From Monkey Island uses "cinematic camera perspective" help anyone ? In my opinion everything not related to getting the games fixed or improved is a waste of people's time and spreads the project and community thin. Even if it is done with a bot it just makes it harder to keep track of all the constant changes on your watchlist. This site is slowly creeping into Moby Games territory adding stuff like this, the ratings or whatever comes next.
  3. 2 points
    phabran

    Minecraft Dungeons FOV changer

    Thank you very much. It worked perfectly! I have a 3 monitors setup and fov was so bad that I was playing on 1920x1080. Now it`s on 5760x1080 with no issues.
  4. 2 points
    k4sh

    RDR2 Centered HUD

    Thank you Rose. I found an easier and more reliable way to do this trick. You have to go to your "\Documents\Rockstar Games\Red Dead Redemption 2\Settings" folder. There, you'll see several files with .bin extension. One of these files contains the horizontal HUD location. Mine was named "400042567_19054853.bin". I don't know if the name may vary from computer to another. All of these files are in fact xml files and easy to edit with any notepad. I found the following key to contain the horizontal HUD location. <Item key="7014661855" type="rage__fwuiValueFloat"> <value value="0.328000" /> </Item> All you have to do is to modify the value to whatever you desire then set this file to be read only. Last step is important because it prevents the game from modifying this value. Once this value is modified never go back in game to the HUD location setting or it may reset the value in memory and it will revert the HUD location. This works really well for me.
  5. 2 points

    Version 1.0

    34 downloads

    The game features FMVs and rendered cutscenes that get pillarboxed at 21:9 and wider resolutions. This patcher removes the black bars from the rendered cutscenes and has no effect on the FMVs as there is no way to hack a pre-recorded video to add more content. Simply unpack the archive and patch the main game exe. Tested the latest Steam version at 2560x1080 and briefly at 5760x1080 in both DX modes. You can buy me a coffee or support me on patreon.
  6. 2 points
    SirYodaJedi

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    While I agree that the way we had series hindered pages in large franchises, I definitely would like something verbose like this at the bottom of the page to be able to quickly navigate between pages: https://tcrf.net/Category:LEGO_series It helps SEO, too.
  7. 2 points
    New footage of Unreal Engine 5 has been released running real-time on PlayStation 5 in a demo called Lumen in the Land of Nanite. The demo looks incredible and comes ever closer to blockbuster film-level CGI. Strictly speaking this is not a PC demo, but the next generation of consoles will have a huge impact on cross-platform development and the games that also get released on PC. Just see our list of over 500+ PC games using the Unreal Engine 4 engine. Check out the demo below:
  8. 2 points
    Yes that's right, that Grand Theft Auto V game is now completely free on Epic Games Store, however you might have a little trouble grabbing it as the website is experiencing 'difficulties' probably due to the overwhelming popularity of the game. Remember to check out our wiki article for the latest issues and fixes for the game.
  9. 2 points
    Pretty much what Mirh said. When I was a wee bit newbie just starting out with PCGW editing I also brought it up and was subsequently outvoted. But nowadays I would actually argue to leave it alone over moving it. It is often mentioned as one of the key enjoyments of PCGW, meaning it should be featured more prominently than stuffed away in a rarely seen section. As Mirh mentioned it is also for many games the one fix/improvement we provided. And another, for me critical, reason to retain it as is is that it also serves a triple-purpose in basically: provides a basic and understandable introduction to the sort of stuff we might cover for new visitors; are one of the easiest ways for users to follow and implement on their own; are also one of the easier ways for new contributors to “dip their toes” into the world of wiki editing. All around, while the subject matter itself might not be very “essential,” the section itself very much is IMHO.
  10. 1 point

    Version 1.0

    218 downloads

    Compared to changing FOV with the UE4 unlocker, this tool will not produce as much decrease at cutscenes and the FOV will not be reset after each level. Unpack the archive with software like 7zip - the password is pcgw Launch the game Launch the tool and press the keys as instructed All trainers based on CE components may trigger some anti-virus software. Tested the latest Microsoft Store / Game pass version at 2560x1080, 3840x1080 and 5760x1080. Minecraft Dungeons Launcher version tested at 2560x1080. You can buy me a coffee here.
  11. 1 point
    You are absolutely right, my bad, Windows Defender was catching it, thank you for the quick response!
  12. 1 point
    Andytizer

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    Yes I'd like something like this too, if someone could draft the template then I'd be happy to give it the green light.
  13. 1 point

    Version 1.0

    566 downloads

    A total overhaul of the old Flawless Widescreen script for GTA V that has been dysfunctional for many months if not longer. As before, it allows for fine-tuning of FOV per each view - first person, in-vehicle, ADS, and third person. It also allows to remove the pillarboxing at cutscenes at 21:9 and wider, although having the latter enabled may cause some confirmation prompts to disappear at 32:9 and wider until disabled. Download and install Flawless Widescreen. Download this script and unpack the archive. Put its contents in the main Flawless Widescreen folder (usually \Program Files (x86)\Flawless Widescreen\). Launch Flawless Widescreen, select Grand Theft Auto V (updated) and set everything to preference. Tested the latest game version at 2560x1080, 3440x1440, 3840x1080, and 5760x1080. You can buy me a coffee.
  14. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    1 download

    Some blank MP4 videos made in OBS Studio to skip the intro videos of the 2019 Unity re-releases of DOOM and DOOM II. Simply extract the videos included in this archive from its designated folder to the *_Data\StreamingAssets folder, replacing the original video files in the process. Credit to Garret's Fable: The Lost Chapters Intro Skip for giving me the idea for this intro skip.
  15. 1 point
    I'm not sure you know what you are talking about. The specular lighting model in the RE engine is based on material properities, which is a physically based lighting model. (Of course some of it exaggerated to attain a certain look intentionally. FWIW even in real life cinema, the lighting is not at all true to real life. Everything is lit a certain way to achieve a certain look. Either in filming or post.) And in real life you can have a lot of objects have the same kind of shiny finish. It all depends on how it's made. (Matte vs Satin vs Gloss). What you propose would actually have to change the entire lighting model of the engine to ignore material properties and light everything differently than how it was designed. Not a simple modification. RE7 in particular is the earliest version of this engine and so the lighting model is not as refined, but quite literally it takes place mostly in a wet, humid and damp environment where water would be a regular problem. Hence a lot of the outdoor areas are wet looking. Inside, some types of wood look more glossy but that's because the lighting material is based on a high gloss wood finish.(Though that doesn't apply to all wood. Different wood is lit differently). RE2 features rain prominently so there is also a lot of wetness in those areas and the character models actually transition from a wet to dry state based on the environment.
  16. 1 point

    Version 1.0.0

    64 downloads

    Flawless Widescreen plugin for fixing wrong aspect ratio in 32:9 and Surround/Eyefinity resolutions. This is an update for the DOOM(2016) Fix made by Hayden, which is part of FWS. (The existing plugin stopped working, so I had to redo this from scratch, after the game got updated...last year?!). - Go to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flawless Widescreen\" and unpack the content of this archive. (If it asks about overwriting some folders, accept - it will add new files and not overwrite any existing ones.) - Start FWS and select the plugin (under Helifax section). - Enable the plugin. - Play the game. Known Issues: Has been tested only with Vulkan API. OpenGL version might not work. Some UI will still be stretched - I didn't bother to fix it... sorry! Cheers, Helifax
  17. 1 point
    Rose

    RDR2 Centered HUD

    Awesome findings! I tested this at 21:9 and documented in the article as well 🙂
  18. 1 point
    New documents from the Steamworks Documentation site show that Steam Cloud Play (Beta) is now being implemented. The new name of the service is Steam Cloud Gaming, and for it to be enabled, each game must support Steam Cloud Saves. In addition, each game developer has a choice to opt-in: “Enable your game to run streamed from the Cloud, hosted by Valve, and the following service providers:” and “NVIDIA GeForce NOW.” Nvidia's GeForce NOW has been running for quite some time as a PC gaming streaming service, and the real news is that Valve is implementing their own Valve-hosted game streaming service. It appears from the wording of the opt-in that Valve's own-hosted game streaming service is a prerequisite to enabling native GeForce NOW support. It remains to be seen exactly how game streaming will look and function within the Steam client, and we look forward to seeing full implementation soon.
  19. 1 point
    seanosul

    Rise of the Tomb Raider ultrawide cutscenes

    Works brilliantly on 32:9 5120 x 1440
  20. 1 point
    Theclaw135

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    Taxonomy gives a wealth of detail in very few words. The theme, controls, and stuff, matter a lot whether I'll enjoy a game. Simple notes go a long way. For instance I appreciate knowing when extras (soundtracks, wallpapers, etc) are included that aren't already clarified in the usual places like the game's store page or boxart.
  21. 1 point
    Rose

    RDR2 Centered HUD

    Thanks! Added the solution to the article. 🙂
  22. 1 point
    Cptmold

    Game executable names to articles

    I actually think this is a solid idea. I would take this a step further and use this to point out if the EXE is in a subfolder as well (example: {{P|game}}\Binaries\Danielle\x64\Release\Prey.exe) Normally I would also say that Installation Folder isn't all that helpful, but there are some edge cases that are... unreasonable. Most notably, you may have trouble finding Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 in your Steamapps\common folder. That's because it's called Suzy. I could see it being standard practice to have an {{ii}} under game data if the folder has a strange name such as this, or note that every game in a collection has its own data stored in a dedicated subfolder. It would probably be best as a table in #Game_data as @SirYodaJedi suggested, with Mac/Linux file names directly below the Windows EXE.
  23. 1 point
    The Steam pages for Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human have just popped up and it appears that the demos for the games do not contain Denuvo Anti-Tamper. The demos lack the telltale signs of Denuvo, including enlarged file sizes and certain strings contained within the exe. This is unlike the versions of the game that exist on the Epic Games Store, which contain Denuvo in the main release exe as well as the demo files. This is despite the fact that the game 'Requires agreement to a 3rd-party EULA', which contains numerous mentions that the product 'may be protected' using Denuvo Anti-Tamper: It remains to be seen whether the main releases will contain Denuvo. A release date for Heavy Rain has not been confirmed, but we would expect that it would release on Steam on June 24, 2020, exactly a year from its initial release on Epic Games Store. In the meantime, check out our wiki articles: Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human.
  24. 1 point
    Aemony

    Overhaul of the editing guide?

    After extensive discussion, I think we're close to finalize the details of how we would cover it best. The way I see right now is a multi-parameter approach like the DualShock 4 parameters under input, where we both track support (native, hackable, etc) separately from the mode supported itself (DirectSound3D, Windows Spatial, etc). Inputting e.g. "EAX" into the mode field would interpret it as DirectSound3D and show it as such.
  25. 1 point

    Version 2.1.0

    84 downloads

    An improved/better script than the previous modified hacks that keeps the HUD at the correct position while resizing resolution and scales orthographic camera if below 16:9.
  26. 1 point
    Marty Stratton, executive producer of Doom Eternal, has announced that Denuvo Anti-Cheat (not to be confused with Denuvo Anti-Tamper) will be removed from Doom Eternal in Update 1.1 which will be "rolled-out to players within a week". This follow the recent patch which implemented Denuvo Anti-Cheat in Doom Eternal faced backlash last Thursday. The developers will consider "giving campaign-only players the ability to play without anti-cheat software installed": The initial reason id Software implemented anti-cheat in the first place is clarified: The main announcement can be seen here on the /r/Doom subreddit: It remains remains to be seen whether id Software's decision to remove Denuvo Anti-Cheat again in Doom Eternal is permanent.
  27. 1 point
    An announcement has been made that alongside the Command & Conquer Remastered Collection release on June 5, 2020, the source for for TiberianDawn.dll and RedAlert.dll will be released under the GPL version 3.0 license. The full announcement has been made by EA Producer Jim Vesella on /r/commandandconquer. EA will also be releasing a new Map Editor, which will allow users to design and create maps, units, replace art, etc. and have even created a new custom unit the 'Nuke Tank' screenshotted above. Furthermore, Steam Workshop will be added for sharing maps and mods. Full announcement:
  28. 1 point
    Alexrd

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    I just want to say that I completely agree with the OP. I wouldn't necessarily pick on perspectives, modes and controls (even though that's information that's usually alread covered in each page), but info like genre, art styles, themes and ratings are pretty useless. Most people come here to learn how to fix a problem they have with a game they already own. All of this is noise that makes what was meant to be simple only more convoluted. Same for the hundreds of wiki entries dumped at the top of each page. It's not technical info. It's usually story or lore info, something outside the scope of this wiki. Just my 2 cents...
  29. 1 point
    Hi. I addressed it in a recent comment here. As much as I would like to, the wiki rules do not allow me to provide step-by-step instructions for unpacking the exe.
  30. 1 point
    Doom Eternal's latest update now include Denuvo Anti-Cheat, not to be confused with Denuvo Anti-Tamper. Unlike Anti-Tamper, Anti-Cheat runs at the ring-0 kernel level of your PC. The Anti-Cheat can be uninstalled, however it is reportedly required to run Doom Eternal, even in singleplayer mode. One consequence of this new anti-cheat software is that it is now incompatible with Proton (Linux) and its ProtonDB rating has fallen from a previous Platinum award - to completely unplayable. Irdeto, the company that maintains Denuvo, has been working on this software for quite some time and it appears that Doom Eternal is the first game to use this software. This announcement about the software was made back in March 20, 2019: In this Doom Eternal announcement of May 14, 2020, they state: Check out our Denuvo wiki article which has been updated with information about Denuvo Anti-Cheat.
  31. 1 point
    From: https://techraptor.net/gaming/news/doom-eternals-latest-update-breaks-game So based on the sounds of it, hopefully a fix for Proton will be implemented soon.
  32. 1 point
    Garrett

    CD audio tracks

    I have now updated the Audio template to support the new row. As always, let me know if there are any problems with this.
  33. 1 point
    Absolutely disgusted by this practice, what a shame.
  34. 1 point
    Aemony

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    An hour later and I've finally, hopefully, mostly, finished consolidated the information and replaced the Editing Guide sections on the infobox game and infobox non-game with their underlying respective documentations. Casualty of war was details pertaining to Infobox game/row/date as that is just too much to properly showcase in the table in either docs, and so details are now placed on its own documentation instead. Note to future self on this particular subject: Replace infobox non-game with infobox software entirely? Infobox controller, company, and console needs to be updated to the same documentation format. Move Cover section further up the editing guide page? Evaluate need to move to per-template docs for the rest of the rows such as Infobox game/row/engine, Infobox game/row/developer, etc. Pro: Everything standardized using what is arguably MediaWiki basics. Makes it easier to expand each template docs as deemed necessary. Con: Nothing easily consolidated in one place -- new editors would have to visit multiple subpages to properly get all the gists of the templates.
  35. 1 point
    Odie5533

    Proposal: Achievements support

    I would like to propose that the existence of achievements for a game be somehow catalogued. It can vary by platform like when Steam has achievements but Origin or Xbox does not. I think PCGamingWiki is the most suitable source for cataloguing this information.
  36. 1 point
    I have renamed Video, Input, and Audio and updated the documentation etc. where applicable. Existing links to the old section names within and between pages will continue working normally. I have not changed VR support at this time; it is probably due for an overhaul anyway to clear up/split stereoscopic 3D vs actual VR headsets (but that's a separate topic). Note that I have not renamed the Cargo tables at this time because there are some other things to change or finalise there as well such as the CD audio row. Cargo table naming doesn't have to match the actual template name and is mostly invisible, so this isn't a big deal. Using the term without any additional words brings it into line with other sections like Availability and Network (with VR support being the exception as I mentioned above). "Features" would also not be the most applicable term for some of the rows (e.g. "touchscreen optimized"). Video settings is almost too long already, so it would make more sense to introduce an additional table for less universal features rather than bloating the main one. Some time ago I made a working example of this. This is definitely something to revisit (in a separate topic), particularly with things like ray tracing becoming more common in the near future.
  37. 1 point
    Waschbär

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    On a sidenote: Is it really necessary for the "series" table to be replaced by the taxonomy link? Not only does it give a quick overview but also allows one to jump quickly between the titles. Now I have to visit another page - which also doesn't offer much more valuable information. I think this would be one case where a duplicate information is acceptable. And if it's about the number of titles for some series becoming longer and longer, maybe just make the table collapsible and only show a handful until someone clicks "expand" or something.
  38. 1 point
    I am against the idea of moving Skip intros anywhere else.
  39. 1 point
    “Essential” as a word is fine IMHO, and attempting to separate it into two is just going to cause more confusion. For patches, only the latest patch is usually the one being included, and it is essential because updating a game to the latest version /is/ essential. It doesn’t matter what the patch itself includes, just that information on how to update an outdated copy is available. Our articles are also meant to reflect the latest patches alone, and so outdated fixes are removed from the article when a patch have fixed them. So to actually read the article properly, an updated copy is essential. For mods, the inclusion of “non-essential” mods are already an issue and one that is solved by editors simply moving the sections to another more appropriate section. “Essential” here is a good adjective to use as it is clearer than something like “recommended”. I don’t recommend splitting it up because “Recommended” is then going to validate the inclusion of nonsense mods at the top of the article that does not belong there. For improved widescreen support and such, see Video section. For other subjectively recommended mods, see Other informations, etc. Adding a recommended section is just going to increase the data on top, not decrease it which seems to be the underlying intention with this proposal. An acceptable workaround for skip intros specifically that I can imagine might be doable is to move the larger such sections that includes more than one alternative down to “Other information“ while retaining a link to said section in the “Essential improvements” section. This would solve huge sections while still allowing new users and regular users to easily identify whether such an option is available or not regardless of whether multiple alternatives are available or not.
  40. 1 point
    Discussions on forums/reddit/etc. invariably mention skipping intro videos as one of the great things about the wiki, so I'd be hesitant to demote it so significantly, especially now that the table of contents is collapsed by default--the average visitor might think there isn't a fix at all. As @Antrad mentioned above, the best approach might be to change "essential" to something else for this. One solution would be to have "essential improvements" only for fixes that are absolutely crucial (e.g. the game won't work correctly without this fix) and then just below that have "recommended improvements" (or something) for fixes that are nice to have but not crucial to the experience (add widescreen support, skip intros, and anything else you probably want but don't need). This would separate things nicely without pushing popular fixes down the page, and a lot of pages already have the most crucial fixes first.
  41. 1 point
    Garrett

    CD audio tracks

    There is no time like the present. 🙂 I have made a sample implementation which you can see examples of at Development:Audio settings/Sandbox. The row is hidden when false (without a note), unknown, or missing/empty. The row is shown when false if a note is supplied because there can be special cases where this applies (e.g. the game has CD audio tracks but doesn't actually use it in-game). Hackable and limited are supported and require a note (as usual). I have also added a special placeholder note for Windows/Windows 3.x games when the row is true because many (most/all?) Windows games will have problems playing CD audio on modern versions of Windows. As with other placeholder notes this is overridden when a note is provided. I used the "Red Book" naming here because this is the term that seems to be used most often on forums etc. (the tooltip mentions Compact Disc Digital Audio and briefly explains what CD audio is). Anyway, see what you think. EDIT: I used the word "audio" instead of "music" because there are non-music uses (e.g. from memory, Conan the Cimmerian's CD version uses the CD audio tracks for recorded voices whereas the actual music is done just like the non-CD version of the game).
  42. 1 point
    Antrad

    Taxonomy is a waste of time

    The whole thing basically makes the "Infobox" look like a copy-pasted page from Moby Games, plus the cover often comes from there too. That is why I suggested to link to Moby Games in the first place, if people want all that additional info they can find it there. https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Escape_from_Monkey_Island https://www.mobygames.com/game/escape-from-monkey-island I'm not going to fight it, I just wanted to express my opinion. I will continue to focus on the classic sections on the game pages.
  43. 1 point
    Thank you very much, just got a coffee for you!
  44. 1 point
    I made a trainer for it following your request.
  45. 1 point
    I don't really have a hard opinion, but last time I checked this was the thing most people were more happily commenting about. Also, arguably, for many many games it's the only actual fix we offer. If any I have always been a supporter of "not having dozens of useless alternatives". For example, a command line parameter is definitively better than deleting videos, if not any at least for steam cache verification purposes. Then I would say you get in order ini editing, file deleting and file replacing (and of course then you have outliers like GTA:SA, but I digress).
  46. 1 point
    Odie5533

    Proposal: Achievements support

    I mocked up a few different possibilities. The first is it added to the Availability section alongside Keys. The second is adding it to the cloud sync section which I've renamed to Platforms features. Last is adding it to the bottom in a new subsection under Other information.
  47. 1 point
    Andytizer

    Proposal: Achievements support

    Another factor is potentially 'in-game' achievements - or achievements that are tracked in-game that don't necessarily sync to a platform. By achievements I specifically mean in-game popups that track progress and not just generic stat tracking. I believe there are several games which have in-game achievements and are patched in later to get Steam achievements etc. I think Achievements might belong in Availability because it behaves a lot like the 'key' column - it shows whether the game syncs achivements to a specific platform, e.g Steam, Uplay, in-game etc. For the gamer who loves achievements, you might want to know which version to buy without having to scroll further down the page.
  48. 1 point
    tyl0413

    Proposal: Achievements support

    I like the idea to add it as a section like cloud saves. It's the two features i always check for before buying a game, and sometimes it's hard to figure it out where achievements are supported with not everyone properly listing it on the store page or having only in game achievements in the gog version of postal 2 for example instead of gog achievements.
  49. 1 point

    183 downloads

    password = "pcgw" for usage details, visit the WSGF - http://www.wsgf.org/dr/what-remains-edith-finch/en
  50. 1 point
    Aemony

    Overhaul of the editing guide?

    Overhauling the editing guide sounds too encompassing 🙂 What I think is needed is that we simply go into more detail about the various parameters that allows true/limited/hackable/false values, with the focus being on Video and Input sections primarily, with the Audio section secondarily. A few example discussion points: 4K parameter seems heavily tied to 16:9 at the moment. Should preferably not be tied to any particular aspect ratio and more in general deal with whether a game can run at the 4K resolution of whatever aspect ratio the game is designed for (3840x2160 for 16:9-designed games, 3840x2400 for 16:10-designed games, 3840x2880 for 4:3-designed games). Repurpose multi-monitor parameter somehow, since right now it tends to mean "wider aspect ratio than ultra-widescreen". The "main element" of multi-monitor gaming today is AMD Eyefinity and Nvidia Surround, which isn't really relevant to the game itself, as all of that logic is separate from the game. Possibly repurpose to real multi-monitor support? As in games that allows the use of a secondary monitor for minimaps, view etc? Real native multi-monitor support, that is, without involving AMD Eyefinity or Nvidia Surround? Generally make it clearer whether a parameter means that a game have an option for toggling something vs. supports something. Right now the difference isn't always clear, which can cause new editors to interpret some parameters incorrect (e.g. should "mouse acceleration" be set to true or false if mouse acceleration is used, but no option is available to adjust it?) New parameter(s) in Audio settings detailing spatial audio support and possible tech required to enable it. Either replacing the existing EAX support field, or supplementing it somehow. The above is just a few examples that can be discussed. Past that, we should add abbreviations (hover explanations) to all of the parameters in the tables with a short and concise description of what the parameter tracks to make it easier editing without having to visit the Editing Guide. Some parameters already have this, and it simply needs to be extended to the rest after the discussions about what the parameters should actually mean have finalized.
×
×
  • Create New...