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#1 2019-08-30 15:07:33

Registered: 2017-02-13
Posts: 3,890

Update: Live from PAX West


I write to you from rainy Seattle.

If you're at PAX West, please stop by and say hello.  I'm in the PAX Rising area, and I've got:

--500 Limited Edition OHOL purchase cards with unique QR codes (on sale for the first time at 25% off for PAX attendees only)

--Mofobert stickers

--Sandara posters

--Diamond Trust of London





The update went out on Wednesday evening, before I left, and it includes several improvements, which I will simply list here:

--Eve window remains open for 8 hours.

--Arc ends if we ever get down below two families.

--The bug causing the apocalypse whiteout to stall has been fixed, so families can easily survive the end of the arc now.

--Fixed a imprecision accumulation in server walk speed code that could potentially allow WASD mods to walk slightly faster.

--You can spend YUM to do hungry work, and you must always have a 5-hunger buffer when doing hungry work (for safety, so you don't starve immediately after).

--After the Eve window closes, babies are distributed to families round-robin, to prevent one family from getting baby starved.

--A new family population log has been added, so I can make nice graphs of families over the arc.

--Pine trees are no longer hungry work (softwood, naturally)

--You can eat carnitas straight.

--You can eat onions and tomatoes straight.

--You can deconstruct the track cart kit.


#2 2019-08-31 07:18:29

From: Australia
Registered: 2018-03-10
Posts: 32

Re: Update: Live from PAX West

Ooh what are those keyboards you've got there in the photo?

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#3 2019-08-31 09:22:03

Registered: 2018-12-30
Posts: 749

Re: Update: Live from PAX West

Hope you sell lots of stickers and codes! smile

Sliding your tongue across the paper, produces effects, that resemble weather. That produces weapons, and the postcards that you sent. My eyes are open now.


#4 2019-09-01 06:57:43

Registered: 2017-02-13
Posts: 3,890

Re: Update: Live from PAX West

Keyboards are Ducky One 2 RGB.

Very nice keyboards, but the RGB has 100 Hz PWM, which is easily visible in your peripheral vision as flicker.  It sucks.  So I have the backlights turned off.  The whole point of the RGB was to highlight the available keyboard controls, but I hate flicker... I ended up buying colored key caps to do that instead (the navy blue seen in the picture).


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