Is there any way I can download my Word with Friends chat logs (short of bringing up the chat window and cutting and pasting)?
Can I chat with my friends with the ps3 headset while playing coop with them?
If I achieve something or get some FoS to my friends in my battle.net chat or in my party chat, how can I do this? Is there a shortcut like Wow?
In a free for all match, can I voice chat with my opponents? One of my friends started playing Black Ops (it's her first FPS game ever) and to teach her how to play I created a private free for all match so we would be the only two players on the map. I tried voice chat with her and everything was set up correctly (we could see the speaker icon above our heads blink when either of us spoke in the map). Only thing is I could not hear her at all (the volume was up high). I know in TDM you can't listen to the enemy chatter due to strategy and stuff but I would guess you could listen
It seems Wii demos are only available for a limited time. It is possible to store them on SD cards and share them with friends if I've got one my friend failed to download before it was removed?
I've run a little minecraft server for my friends for almost a year. I've started experiencing griefing and installed bukkit and the plugin CoreProtect, which logs block place/breakage. It's great. However, the cost is increased CPU usage, which severely limits the amount of players. I'm running on Dual core @ 2.4 Ghz and 2 gig ram with ubuntu server installed. I run out of CPU on 8 players now. What is more CPU intensive: Regions protection or block logging? Will storing logs in Flat Files or MySQL be more intensive on ram and CPU? Is their any difficulties with using regions such as user
So I go to Launch Technic Launcher, and it launches just fine, I go to play one of the Mod Packs, and it installs everything, then it opens a White window, Stalls, then all of the sudden quits and logs out. This happens to all of the Mod Packs, and I run Mac OS X Version 10.8.4
I got BF3 Premium Edition through Amazon and started downloading through Origin, and now whenever I get to 95% it stops and says error code 262145:5 and just stops. It'll download maybe 100 kilobytes of the game. So I Contacted a chat agent in Origin, and I've tried everything. Ending Processes, Windows Update, Opening Ports, etc. etc. Nothing changed anything. Here is the incriminating line... C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\Battlefield 3\Core Find the file named activation.exe_DIP_STAGED, delete this as well. Then, you should start the download again. When I watched the Battlefield 3
I've got some "friends" on my Xbox Live friends list who aren't really that - they're people I rarely play with and who are more "friends of friends." Unfortunately, the friends list pings me every time they're online or doing something (ie, they start playing the game I'm playing) which is kind of inconvenient. I'm considering removing them, but I don't want to "cause a scene" and offend them (or my other friends) by removing them. What happens when I remove an Xbox Live friend? Do they get a notification? Does anything change from their perspective?
I blocked someone who was asking for personal information. He/She became rude in his/her drawings and chat. I blocked this person but they are still sending chat messages. How can I delete/block chats from this person?