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Maintain Your System Specs On the Wiki



We encourage all members to add your system specs to the wiki via the STEP Portal <-- links at top of page.

This makes it convenient to link in support forums or (even better) in your signature (see my sig below) and standardizes presentation for comparative purposes. These specs can also be linked from anywhere on the web.

... so if you post on Reddit (or a blog or whatever), you can add a convenient link to your system specs, courtesy of STEP :thumbsup:

Also note that you can create a mod page on our site, which is a welcome contribution that helps us out! (just be certain that the mod page does not already exist under a similar name... else we will have a redundant mod page)


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Hello there.


(btw : new guy incoming)



I just tried this STEP's system spec feature. It seems to have a little flaw with long named GPU. There is a line skip after the 20th character, which make the following data not showing right before their description. See here : https://wiki.step-project.com/User:Kesta/SystemSpecs


In case it's related to my screen/browser, here is a snapshot : 796947snapshotstepspec.jpg



Don't get me wrong, It's just a bugreport, I really do appreciate the feature and the whole project otherwise ;)







Edit : updated the image link, the 1st one had ultra bad resolution. Hope it fix it.


Edit 2 : Fixed !  ::): Also, I hope this was the right thread to post this... forgot to check the whole forum, sorry.


Edit 3 : Updated profile in regards of DoubleYou's comment. Thx for the hint. 

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Nope, i took a guess and chose Intel, so you will need to edit with form to change ... the combobox was blank in the form before I chose "Intel" EDIT: Changed
Also, I reverted DY's changes and widened the div so that it accommodates slightly longer values (but really, "FirePro M6100 FireGL V" is a bit extreme and could be abbreviated or shortened to "FirePro M6100")

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(but really, "FirePro M6100 FireGL V" is a bit extreme and could be abbreviated or shortened to "FirePro M6100")

Double You suggested this earlier and I changed it. He just reverted it back to the long version after his edit to the plugin for testing. (Thus my #ImAGuineaPig ^^)
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