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Tue 25th Apr 2006
By David Whyld - See all my reviews

Quote from Amanda: "There is nothing to this thing. A child could do it. Especially with ADRIFT. First the rack should be static. Second, your room description is horrible! Here? A place? I mean come on! Even for a demo, you can do better than that! And who needs to know how to create an object you can put things in with an object inside it? I have only been using ADRIFT for less than a month and I could have told you that straight off. Sorry to say but this has got to be one of the most useless demos I have ever seen!"

Just because the writer of this demo wrote a less than glowing review of your boyfri- sorry, John Greer’s demo, is no reason to go writing a bad review of this one.


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  Mon 24th Apr 2006
By rotter - See all my reviews

It is quite possible for a newpaper rack to be portable (the ones in my house are) and therefore a dynamic object rather than static. When you use Adrift for a bit you will soon learn about ambiguity problems.


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  What were you thinking?, Mon 24th Apr 2006
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There is nothing to this thing. A child could do it. Especially with ADRIFT. First the rack should be static. Second, your room description is horrible! Here? A place? I mean come on! Even for a demo, you can do better than that! And who needs to know how to create an object you can put things in with an object inside it? I have only been using ADRIFT for less than a month and I could have told you that straight off. Sorry to say but this has got to be one of the most useless demos I have ever seen!


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  And?, Mon 24th Apr 2006
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Ok, for a demo of creating objects I will have to say that there are two of them. But could not figure out why anyone would need to carry the newspaper rack around with them. Perhaps if the newspaper rack were created as a static object instead of a dynamic object it would make more sense to me.

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