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Posted on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 5:08 am




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I noticed this a couple days but didn't bother to think about what it was. Now I realize what it is. Nice... I like it!


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Posted on: Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:42 pm




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sneaklyfox wrote:
I noticed this a couple days but didn't bother to think about what it was. Now I realize what it is. Nice... I like it!

Yup, that's one of those things where I thought "they're smart enough to figure
it out by themselves" :-)


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Posted on: Sat Oct 06, 2012 12:59 am




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pnm wrote:
sneaklyfox wrote:
I noticed this a couple days but didn't bother to think about what it was. Now I realize what it is. Nice... I like it!

Yup, that's one of those things where I thought "they're smart enough to figure
it out by themselves" :-)

I had actually assumed for a while that it was just a loading issue. Sad how bad my college's internet is that that's the first thought.


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Posted on: Sat Oct 06, 2012 5:45 am




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My first thought was that it was some weird bug or something.


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Posted on: Tue Oct 09, 2012 2:34 am




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Is it a straight time gap? Right now, it looks like it is all the same for each puzzle. What I mean is, 2 seconds difference for a 4x4 should be shown as a greater gap than a 2 second difference for a 6x6.


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Posted on: Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:12 am




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sneaklyfox wrote:
Is it a straight time gap? Right now, it looks like it is all the same for each puzzle. What I mean is, 2 seconds difference for a 4x4 should be shown as a greater gap than a 2 second difference for a 6x6.

Yes, it's 8 pixels / second. You're right, it would make more sense to show
them differently, I do have to come up with the right (..) scaling factor though.

Patrick


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Posted on: Wed Oct 10, 2012 1:38 am




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pnm wrote:
sneaklyfox wrote:
Is it a straight time gap? Right now, it looks like it is all the same for each puzzle. What I mean is, 2 seconds difference for a 4x4 should be shown as a greater gap than a 2 second difference for a 6x6.

Yes, it's 8 pixels / second. You're right, it would make more sense to show
them differently, I do have to come up with the right (..) scaling factor though.

Patrick


Related to the standard deviation from the day before or over the past week?


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