Helmet and last but not least a Belt.
graphical modes and find out how well your system is balanced for gaming and S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat in particular. This benchmark is based on one of the ingame locations – Pripyat . The testing process includes four stages, those utilizing various weather and time of the day settings (day, night, rain, bright sun). In order to test your system thoroughly the benchmark is provided with a number of presets and options including different versions of DirectX (9.0, 10.0, 11), screen resolutions, antialiasing etc, all at your disposal. If you like competitions pay attention to the special Test and Rate feature we included into this benchmark. The Test and Rate mode enables you to compare your performance results with those of other players. Be assured, when sending us your test results, we collect only the data explicitly visible in the query; GSC Game World has no commercial or harmful purpose with this test. Independently of the results, every participant will receive a present of personalized web banner with the rating place and overall achievement marked on it.Names and test results will be placed in the official rating boards that will launch publicly once we receive the first 500 test results.
only is this less horrifyingly ugly, but it makes editing things in Vim or other advanced text editors much easier. In other words, this script will turn the following: [pre] variable1 = 1 var2 = 2 mylongvariablename = 3 [/pre] into [pre] variable1 = 1 var2 = 2 mylongvariablename = 3 [/pre] Vertical alignment is calculated per-section, so one long variable name in a single section won\'t push all the alignments way off to the right. Tabs are used on both sides of the equal sign so that block-assignments such as [pre] var = val1, val2, val3, val4 [/pre] retain their correct alignment, without needing to mix spaces and tabs (always the wrong thing to do).