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#1 Re: Bug Reports » cutted text bug » Today 00:04:09

could you send a screenshot? that might help folks figure out precisely what is cut

#2 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » Yesterday 13:13:38

There is some subjectivity, but hopefully not that much

#3 Re: Off-Topic Discussion » How to survive a heat wave? » Yesterday 01:46:09

minimania wrote:

It's not tricking yourself into feeling cooler. Your neck is a place where a very active, close to the heart artery pumps blood, and naturally where a lot of the heat can escape.

I did not know that. Figured it was sensitivity, not actual ... conductivity? Thanks for the explanation. more here

#4 Re: Forum Discussion » Add to profile stats ... » Yesterday 01:28:43

There are varying levels of privacy, imo. While there isn't security through obscurity, making things harder to find out goes a long way, especially when folks aren't motivated enough to find it out otherwise. Like here.

also, this raises the question as to whether or not the forums save old ban records or if they delete them. My money is on deletion, which makes this next to impossible. There has been a history of warning specifics changing, point values fluctuating, so even working with the lengthy record of warnings we have, you couldn't get a reliable indicator. Not really worth the effort then.

#5 Re: Off-Topic Discussion » How to survive a heat wave? » Yesterday 01:24:21

ILikeTofuuJoe wrote:

Get something and fan yourself.

I see two folks suggest this. Isn't that more work?

minimania wrote:

getting your drinks ordered with ice.

hehe

minimania wrote:

pouring some of it over yourself

IIRC, the wrists and neck are some good spots for "feeling" cooler. Whether or not it's a good idea to try and trick yourself into feeling cooler than you are is not my area of expertise.

I wonder at the utility of sunscreen since the assumption is probably that folks avoid being out and doing things when it's hot. That said, please don't be out doing things when it's hot. Probably obvious, but that makes the heat.

#6 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-20 23:49:36

sir, what makes you think that colors have anything to do with the rule?

#7 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-20 23:46:22

Interesting approach to decomposing the message to find the rule, but I think that's most effective against "containment" rules (which, all of the previous ones have essentially been a form of)

I admit, this one is interesting...

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#8 Re: Bots and Programming » Having problems with bot connection on Mac VS Code » 2018-07-20 16:57:45

Well, you could make a mac program that's just an embedded web browser that loads your bot .html/js files, though that seems peculiar.

#9 Re: Off-Topic Discussion » Favourite smoothies » 2018-07-20 13:55:38

ooh. actually that raises an important question. Do you fish out the seeds or... seedless watermelon?

#10 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-20 04:11:51

^while that would be a lot of fun, no. In fact, someone should do that. Though, not for a while...

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#11 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-20 02:18:47

oh. thank you for poking at the rule constructively

#12 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-20 01:51:31

ILikeTofuuJoe wrote:

EE

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minimania, see above

#13 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-20 01:08:13

guys, looks like one word will break the rules, guys

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#14 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-19 23:01:18

ILikeTofuuJoe wrote:

Well, my only idea is that the rule might involve symbols.

not to be blunt, but I said "some of your tests are just going to confuse you" primarily for your benefit

#15 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-19 21:26:06

So like I said earlier... you are looking in what seems to me to be the wrong direction. To be fair, we can look whatever direction moves us, but I worry that some of your tests are actually just going to confuse you more than help, so...

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#16 Re: Off-Topic Discussion » Favourite smoothies » 2018-07-19 21:22:41

Personally, I haven't had much in the way of exotic smoothies. Strawberry and banana, though, I can appreciate.

Cleaning the blender cup is too much work so that's pretty prohibitive right there... :x

Would you recommend one over the other for a person who might just be "starting out" with the smoothie craze?

#18 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-19 20:43:47

^ Oi, I've been giving hardly any... oh I suppose I said devlin was on to something. I should stop saying that.

also,

RailMat wrote:

It must be invalid and not incorrect.

I ignored the first guess because it didn't seem very guesslike

#19 Re: Game Suggestions » Calculation Mode (Effect) » 2018-07-19 18:27:31

HG wrote:

This would ruin the idea of trying to make the smallest and fastest switch systems.

Smallest? no. I imagine you guys could still use more world space as opposed to less

Fastest? yes. That's the intent behind the idea

#20 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-19 17:09:16

mutantdevle wrote:

he isn't reading every post

You give me too much credit. I probably just figured it wasn't really a guess because I felt like it had been proven wrong before, so why would someone purposely choose that as a guess?

From my vantage point, this rule is less disposed to analysis and more just me trying to apply a lose definition to a plethora of weird situations prompted from all of you.

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#21 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-19 14:58:37

I goofed. But I also figure that a lot of the guesses can be verified as incorrect by simply checking through the posts. We've had posts break the rules that have spaces, etc, etc.

a difficult rule, says I

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#22 Re: Game Discussion » Who is your first friend in EE? » 2018-07-19 03:00:42

could you clarify which direction the arrow goes for your list?

#23 Re: Forum Games » The Secret Rule (2) » 2018-07-18 17:45:04

MWstudios wrote:

If hummerz said that we were close to it, then we must think like the people who guessed before

I should clarify. I was talking to Devlin about a technicality he stumbled across. Those previous guesses may be close... or not...

#24 Re: Game Discussion » How many unused worlds do you have? » 2018-07-18 17:27:16

Anatoly wrote:
hummerz5 wrote:
Anatoly wrote:

Can someone calculate how much storage that is, if I'd go to every world and simply click save?

Keep in mind, EE doesn't actually save empty space. So you'd actually just be looking at most of the overhead (probably) in terms of extra meta data like name, description, owner ID. So, you'd be better off just having hundreds of small worlds if you wanted to have some impressive sum at the end

Then it's time to troll every world I have)

trouble with that is, you're best off actually not trolling but actually painstakingly creating tons of different blocks. I'm not sure how a sign compares to a portal, but my guess is placing signs that take the max length available. But, each has to be different.

That said, I don't see why you'd do that as it's generally just annoying. Becomes a problem if everyone decided it was a good idea, I guess.

#25 Re: Game Discussion » How many unused worlds do you have? » 2018-07-18 17:07:52

Anatoly wrote:

Can someone calculate how much storage that is, if I'd go to every world and simply click save?

Keep in mind, EE doesn't actually save empty space. So you'd actually just be looking at most of the overhead (probably) in terms of extra meta data like name, description, owner ID. So, you'd be better off just having hundreds of small worlds if you wanted to have some impressive sum at the end

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