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So I made this thread HERE and thought I'd provide a smalltime solution to fix windowed resolution issues.
Its an autoit script. Very simple. It resizes the game according to your screen's resolution.
Low and behold, I got an anti-brony jackass saying:
I wouldn't trust anything from a brony.
Then to follow up someone else jumps in and makes me thing they are vouching for me when in reality they are only making the problem worse by saying the following:
Ran, didn't do anything to the game, then bitdefender told it was a malicious file and asked me to remove it. Did just that, now all that's left to do is wait for SS# and CC info to get jacked. Thanks for playing guys.
They later claim that they weren't trying to bash me or try to discredit me becuase I'm a fan of the show or anything though the fact that they haven't altered their original message makes me think otherwise...
So yeah, MORAL OF THE STORY KIDS:
Don't try to help people because they'll just end up trying to insult,discredit, and accuse you of shit.
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Copy and pasta'd from the page:
Sitcoms are gone. The daily movies are gone. Marathons of other Discovery networks’ shows are here.
Starting Monday, October 13, the Hub Network will rebrand as Discovery Family. Kids programming will will the network between 5am-5pm with Hasbro Studios shows and other kids programming currently seen on the Hub Network.
Programming from other Discovery networks will air from 5pm-5am, like Discovery Channel’s Africa and Survival of the Weirdest on Monday night, Science Channel’s How Do They Do It?, Extreme Engineering: Big Reveals and Buying the Galaxy on Tuesday night, Factory Made and Animal Planet’s It’s Me or the Dog on Wednesday night and TLC’s Cake Boss and Quints by Surprise on Thursday night. Friday looks to be various specials, like behind the scenes on the Disney Cruise and at Walt Disney World, plus stuff like What Sank Titanic? – all of these shows are from various Discovery networks. Saturdays are movies and The Haunting Hour through the night. Sunday’s see Animal Planet series Meerkat Manor: The Next Generation (the original series aired on The Hub at launch) and Hillbilly Handfishin’.
Back to the kids’ side of the network – most shows will be moving up some in time from where they currently air on weekdays. Dan Vs. is gone as is one of Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch’s showings. For example, Jem and the ’80s G.I. Joe will now air in the 5am hour and Family Game Night will air at 8:30am. Pony fans can relax as My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic will air from 10:30am-noon and 3:30-5pm.
Weekend daytime schedules will remain mostly the same. However, new episodes of Hub series Parents Just Don’t Understand move to Sundays with Family Game Night airing at 1pm and 2pm, respectively.
Gone completely from the network are Hub series Dan Vs. and Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot, sitcoms Sister, Sister, Blossom, Step by Step, ALF and regular daily movies.
I've bolded the part where they speak of the MLP airings. All I can say to this is, I'll believe it when I see it and I wonder how long this will last...?
We can only hope this will stay as it's posted on the website.
And I guess I can admit that I was wrong about MLP being pushed to a backwater timeslot. Looks like Hasbro (at the very least) knows to keep their "money maker" in the same timeslot to keep fans happy. Or maybe it was some of those "pro-brony" CEOs i hear exist in Hasbro HQ. Whatever the reason, it seems our ponies are safe for the time being. That said, I highly doubt we'll get the amount of fan-service and shout-outs we got when from the HUB when they ran the channel but at the very least we can be thankful for small favors.
However I will point one thing out,
Remember when I said this?:
Digimon used to be a fox kids prime-time show, it was their biggest spotlight series, then the channel got bought out by another company. Digimon got moved to a backwater slot, then due to the fact kids never saw it(thanks to this backwater slot), got removed entirely.
I've underlined the part that pertains to this. As i said, some shows would get cut. Not any that I will miss but I'm sure of fair amount of you loved the Dan Vs. series and the daily movie showings. Whelp, you can say goodbye to those.