can somebody help me?



  • i got two quistions.well i am in cademia i buyed that house in there at antenor but how can i got a stove or something?or a bed to sleep in please if you know mail me.2 how can i get a judge than freemage and than master if i am a mage.

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  • Welcome to the boards :)

    You can't put anything in a house that you can't pick up.
    And you don't actually progress through the ranks of mages in the game. You just have their abilities, and if you find the Sapphire books, you can learn more spells in the special library halls.

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    -- Charles Babbage (1791-1871)
    Inventor of the "Analytical Engine", the first computer.



  • big joe you are a really good help for me.can you tell me how to make screenshots of cythera?

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  • Well... you asked for Somebody ;) to help, so here I am! If you are running Cythera in Classic on X, please take option one. For OS9 or prior, take option two.

    Option One: On X, there is a slightly reliable way to take screenshots as PDF images. It doesn't always work though. For the most reliable way, try option 3. So. What you do is hit Command-Shift-4 and then quickly hit Spacebar. A little camera icon will appear. Move it around the dandy position and click. "Picture 1" is now on your desktop.

    Option Two: Snapz Pro for OS9.

    Option Three: Snapz Pro for OSX.

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    Originally posted by Mr. Somebody:
    **Option One: On X, there is a slightly reliable way to take screenshots as PDF images. It doesn't always work though. For the most reliable way, try option 3. So. What you do is hit Command-Shift-4 and then quickly hit Spacebar. A little camera icon will appear. Move it around the dandy position and click. "Picture 1" is now on your desktop.
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    You could try command-shift-3 for both OSX and OS9, it takes a screenshot of your entire window (which goes to your desktop in X and the root level of your HD in 9). But, of course, you can always edit the picture later (via GraphicConverter for 9, not sure about X)

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