Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 26 Oct 2017.
Isn't 'built' the past participle of 'to build'?
It is indeed - I shall make it so it has been fix'd, ta!
Gareth, I see you frequently ending your posts with "Ta!". What does it mean? Is it a British colloquialism?
Goodbye & good riddance.
It was this piece of casual gaming junk that made me ditch Xbox as my console of choice.
The message was loud & clear that they were going after the Wii and all that entailed.
..and then when they put it inside the Xbox One, wasting BOM resources on it instead of putting that money towards a decent CPU,GPU & fast GDDR5 RAM, I knew it was time to bail.
Ta: British, informal; an expression of thanks. Originally from babies trying to say "thanks" but in common adult informal usage by the late 1700s.
Aha! Thank you for the explanation.
The two redeeming features of my kinects were
1. Some good exercise games, but you need a big front room
2. Effortless and buttonless screenshot
Despite these, my xbone kinect recently died, and I feel no need to replace it
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