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Below is Griever's review of version 1.10:
So what is new in version 1.10? A few new, useful things. It now comes with Auto Game Detection. This allows the minimizer to scan for any active Quake 3-based games, and automatically minimize that game. This is a pretty useful tool, so you dont have to manually choose the game you are playing every time you want to minimize. However, if youre picky, you can still choose the game yourself.Another new feature is the ability to maintain your screen resolution. If youre like me, you probably play your games at a lower resolution than that of your normal desktop usage. When you minimize, it would keep the resolution of the game, and make your desktop look ugly and sometimes even get messed up. But this new feature allows for your screen to be at your normal resolution, so that everything looks normal, and no icons get moved. The interface has also been optimized to take up as little system resources as possible.Ive always loved these minimizers. But, I only play JK2 and JKA, so the minimizers for those respective games work fine for me. But if you are a Quake 3 die-hard, and you are constantly bothered by IMs or whatever else, then definitely download this! It will make your internet gaming all that much easier.
With all that this minimizer has to offer already, how could TiM improve upon it?? Well, he's added support for more games, including Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix for single player and multiplayer and Return To Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. TiM improved a few more features, and the program probably didn't need it, cause it's great as-is. However, there is one little thing he added that I'm not so sure is a good thing. Y'know when you're trying to close a program and it asks you "Are you really sure you wanna close/quit now?" and you have to answer Yes or No? Okay, rawr! So now, when you choose to close the Q3E Minimizer in the middle of a game, it'll prompt you to make sure that's what you wanna do. I suppose I can see the point of having this feature, but still ... grrr. That's the only complaint I have, though. :) I'm SO keeping this program. :D(This program has been scanned for viruses and it's clean. :))~AmosMagee