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Old 07/10/2009, 12:45 PM   #1
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Default Which Object Streamer is Better ?

xObjects v2
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xObjects (old)

which can load more than from far away and more than 10k ?
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Old 07/10/2009, 01:03 PM   #2
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xObjects v2 (xStreamer)

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Old 07/10/2009, 02:22 PM   #3
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xStreamer is not allowed anymore.
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Old 07/10/2009, 03:13 PM   #4
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Use YSI (Y_Objects).
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Old 07/10/2009, 03:15 PM   #5
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what do you think faster Y_objects or xStreamer?
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Old 07/10/2009, 03:16 PM   #6
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what do you think faster Y_objects or xStreamer?
If you know Y_Less then you know he's always making his scripts to be as fast as they can.
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Old 07/10/2009, 03:24 PM   #7
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what do you think faster Y_objects or xStreamer?
If you know Y_Less then you know he's always making his scripts to be fast as they can.
yeah i no, but also xStreamers is great i thought was the best but it Y_Objects is faster and can be confirmed ill use it as xStreamers is a lil slow somtimes.
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Old 07/10/2009, 03:36 PM   #8
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xStreamer is not allowed anymore.
i still to this day has never saw a copyright agreement even on the old script of his, saying he has the right to tell everyone that there no allowed to use it anymore or any copyright notices or proof so to be honest if someone wants to use it, use it.

Nothing is stoping you, and if Boylett has a copyright or "license" he claims he first has to show it to you "with proof" even on the script itself and its scripting so lets say you use one and there's no agreements no copyrights on it use it all you wants there's nothing he can do about it no law can do nothing.

no law would even care to be honest. Because i can just bet so much that he doesn't even have a copyright agreement with any governments, And when he does you always gotta have that agreement on the thing you release such as "open source" aka "pwn file" He released it and i never to this day saw any "licenses" or "copyrights" so just use it.
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xStreamer is not allowed anymore.
i still to this day has never saw a copyright agreement even on the old script of his, saying he has the right to tell everyone that there no allowed to use it anymore or any copyright notices or proof so to be honest if someone wants to use it, use it. Nothing is stoping you, and if Boylett has a copyright or "license" he claims, he first has to show it to you "with proof" even on the script itself and its scripting so lets say you use one and there's no agreements no copyrights on it use it all you wants there's nothing he can do about it no law can do nothing. no law would even care to be honest. Because i can just bet so much that he doesn't even have a copyright agreement with any governments.
yeap the way i see it alot of people were using it and he expects all them people to stop useing it beacuse he had a hissy fit and removed all his things
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Why did you open this topic? You could've searched and found more than 100 topics regrading this!
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