Pinned between the post-dawning of fights between the large nations of western civilization; pinned between the bearing of authoritarian thumb on the ruling of mental health of yourself; pinned between the frightening idea of taking on someone's problems, as heavy as they are; pinned between boundaries, experiencing the wicked in a tight lens, evolving yourself blind. - The crazy train has let the brakes off, and you're about to have yourself nose-pinned.

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Crypt Dec 5 2013 says:

If you're using that func_reflective_glass + translucent func_brush method, I advise you to use that VERY sparingly. Source really doesn't like it for a bunch of reasons.

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DragonNOR Dec 5 2013 replied:

Thanks for your insight.

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TωısтeđHeαdαcħe Dec 28 2013 replied:

The problem you've explained isn't hard-coded or even difficult to attack. The ability to use this in con-junction with another is now free'd!

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Crypt Dec 31 2013 replied:

I meant more on the optimization side of things which is something you can't attack.

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TωısтeđHeαdαcħe Author
TωısтeđHeαdαcħe Dec 31 2013 replied:

In all fairness, we do use a heap of programs to compile environments, most of which are to fight common optimization problems.

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