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Jul 13,  · MTG» Set Symbols. Unlike other types of cards people collect, Magic cards don’t have a unique number printed on them. This makes it hard to look them up online. To look up your Magic cards you need to know the edition name (not printed on the card). Look for the set symbol (middle-right area of the card) and use the following table to look up the corresponding edition name. Jul 15,  · Just type the corresponding letters: T – tap. WUBRG – Appropriate mana symbol. Q – Untap. If you format the cards correctly they will automatically turn to symbols. Such as typing “T: [effect]” or “RW, T: [effect]” If not you can force them by highlighting them and selecting the star icon next to the bold and italics buttons. May 27,  · As said, if you can find a fairly simple image, e.g. ClipArt from Google images, and then you can turn it into image (Save As bitmap), and that will be importable/openable in the MSE set symbol editor. As linked below, check the Importing Images and Using the Editor help pages.

 

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May 27,  · As said, if you can find a fairly simple image, e.g. ClipArt from Google images, and then you can turn it into image (Save As bitmap), and that will be importable/openable in the MSE set symbol editor. As linked below, check the Importing Images and Using the Editor help pages. Jul 15,  · Just type the corresponding letters: T – tap. WUBRG – Appropriate mana symbol. Q – Untap. If you format the cards correctly they will automatically turn to symbols. Such as typing “T: [effect]” or “RW, T: [effect]” If not you can force them by highlighting them and selecting the star icon next to the bold and italics buttons. May 02,  · Magic Set Editor’s default set symbol is a square. So far I’ve been using the square (for about printed and played cards). But a couple of “my” players have asked if (and if so, when) the set(s) will get their own, unique set symbols. With the development of Guild Wars in full swing, I think now is the time to at least start brainstorming.
 
 
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ATI Technologies at Computex 2021: RADEON 8500XT, IMAGEON 100, R300 and others

It’s time to talk about what ATI Technologies and its partners presented at Computex 2021.

First of all, it is worth mentioning that the company published two official statements during the exhibition. In the first, ATI announced that in its line of integrated RADEON IGP chipsets there will be room for versions with support for the next generation AMD Opteron / AMD Athlon (K8) processor platform. However, this was not news to anyone, since AMD itself announced its cooperation with ATI in this area a few days earlier.

Alas, even prototypes of chipsets for the AMD Opteron / AMD Athlon (K8) platform were not presented at the exhibition. However, apparently, it would be too much, since at Computex 2021 motherboards based on the current ATI RADEON IGP line were demonstrated for the first time. The second official statement of the company just says that the AT31 FUSION from the Taiwanese FIC (First International Computer) became the first motherboard on its chipset.

In fact, there were several motherboards based on ATI chipsets. For example, here is GA-8TRML from Gigabyte, in which the RADEON IGP 340 northbridge is combined with the VIA 686B southbridge.

The exhibition also showed samples of systems based on the IMAGEON 100 chipset, developed for use in new PDA. The new chipset combines a 2D engine with an MPEG4 decoder, while the maximum power consumption of the chipset at maximum load (MPEG4 video, 320 x 240) does not exceed 25 mW.

Among the huge variety of graphics cards shown at the exhibition, we are of course interested in the versions based on the RADEON 8500XT. This is how the AP128D-H3 card based on the RADEON 8500XT chip presented by us the day before yesterday looks at Gigabyte’s booth. The core clock speed is 300 MHz.

Demonstration of a working AGP 8x card based on ATI R300 chip complete with a motherboard on VIA KT400 chipset became very interesting. The system was running the Doom 3 demo. According to journalists from Anandtech (photo of ATI R300 from the same place), the same system was demonstrated at E3 Expo a couple of weeks ago. Since the presented sample worked quite stable, there is every reason to assume that ATI will be able to officially announce the release of this chip in time, that is, by August.

The sample ATI R300 card is equipped with 128 MB 2.86 ns DDR SDRAM, which makes it possible to talk about a clock speed of 350 MHz. Well, we will wait for the official announcement and official specifications.

Of course, these are far from all the new products based on ATI chips presented at the exhibition and news about them. We will wait for further messages from the exhibition.

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