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- Thank you especially for doing such a great job categorizing the images, and fixing the categories on the earlier uploads. We really appreciate it. Procyon 22:37, 29 March 2015 (UTC)
I'm not sure if you have this page marked as Watch, but thank you!
Sorry I misunderstood what the comments section was about, a bunch of them have descriptions as comments. Also sorry the files are 65x65, I might go back later and make them a proper power-of-2-size: 64x64.
Also, I've been running into some kind of cache problem or something where if I replace the image with a similar one, it seems the latest image is the first one. If I reupload, it shows the one before it correctly though. I'm not sure if this is a cache thing or some kind of picture-matching algorithm or just something I can safely ignore? Shadow0144 (talk) 12:28, 31 March 2015 (UTC)
- Yeah, that's not uncommon. You don't need to reupload an image a second time. Typically if you press Ctrl+F5 to force a cache reset on the page, the newly uploaded image will show up correctly in your browser. Don't worry to much about uploading power of 2 sized images, it actually grows the database with no benefit since your old 65x65 is preserved in the image history. And browsers don't care what size the images are.
- Are you developing any other games besides your HM64 hack? I'm a game developer as well, I work at Big Huge Games in Maryland. Where are you located? Procyon 13:33, 31 March 2015 (UTC)
I see, so it was the cache after all. I thought that might have been the case, but I wasn't sure how to force the cache to update, I thought it might have been a bug. Sorry about all the extra uploads. Hopefully there's a way to easily clean them up, though I don't know if leaving them is a problem at all.
Currently, no, nothing in progress. I want to, but I can't get a team to do anything. It's all talk and then no one even bothers to look at the design doc. And without art, it's a bit discouraging.
I'm currently located in Germany, about to start my Masters (in CS) in a few days. I figured if I'm going to get a Masters, I might as well go somewhere interesting (and affordable), and of better quality than my last school - though it did have a Game Design degree so I took a lot of those courses too. I'll be back stateside (in Chicagoland area) in a few years though.
I had wanted a multiplayer Harvest Moon for a long time, but Nintendo does seem big on the idea of multiplayer how I'd like it, so I figured I'd just do it myself. I'm certainly going to toss a bunch of other options and some kind of options screen in there too while I'm at it: options for new character colors, or to swap the males and females, or play as a female, longer days or more years, etc. Shadow0144 (talk) 13:58, 31 March 2015 (UTC)
Hi Shadow0144, just wanted to let you know that I moved your question to the Staff lounge and answered it for you. There's a link to the staff lounge under the Navigation menu on the left. Procyon 14:27, 31 March 2015 (UTC)