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Jos 5 years ago
  Phew! Finally completed my own level. May I ask the admins to not reset my score. I'm already dizzy enough.
Ferrari12 5 years ago
  I guess it will take some time until Burfy and myself get some competition :/
gundu 5 years ago
  If I bother to play the latest official level I'd get back to the 3rd place, but nah, too lazy
Treazer 5 years ago
  Burfy is right! :) I hope to see you back soon. Good luck and have fun (I hope you will).
burfy 5 years ago
  Sorry to hear that Sherlock, hopefully the month will be over before you even realize you are there. And who knows, maybe you will enjoy it... ;)
Sherlock 5 years ago
  Ouch! AK! My 6th place! :\
So dangerous the predition I will be the 8th/9th hours later!

About why I need to borrow some IQ: :)
Actually now my intellegence quotient didn't allow me to make levels now (esp. puzzles). No idea pays a visit to my brain. And also some of my recent levels tells me a deadly truth: no one knows what to do in my level. Yes I've hidden the truth so deeply. :(
I'm a bit jealous to you, SM, IMO your levels are with great interface, and playable. ;)

Edit:
The following one month (the pain!) I will be required to attend the regular military training (for students). Maybe again the time to say goodbye. :-) Thank you the level creators, the levels are funny, I really enjoy them very much.
SuperMario 5 years ago
  AK, you're probably safe now, but not when I beat Sherlock x)
Mopsikus 5 years ago
  Im Like in Building Levels
Treazer 5 years ago
  Manufan, also strange. Anyway, it's buggy :P
AK 5 years ago
  Back into 6th place! But let's see if I can't get even better :P
manufan 5 years ago
  @Treazer: About that score thing, I did it in Astro Breaker and I coded it like this:

%p pt(s)

but the scores went:

0 pt
1 pt
2 pts

(Should've been 0 pts)
Sherlock 5 years ago
  Ferrari now you're the 6th. :P
SuperMario 5 years ago
  I helped you a bit rating some of your levels 5/5. :)

Also, those ratings were fair.

I gotta sleep now, becaaauussee i'mmm feeeliiiiiinnggg.. ugh ugh what did you say? uuhh *snoring*
Ferrari12 5 years ago
  I noticed a few days ago. Great work SuperMario!

But you pushed me down to 7th, and I'm not pleased :P If only my new levels would get enough ratings to count on the designers ranking. Only 2 of my 15 last levels have recieved enough votes, and 14 of them are rated 5/5, so they would definately have dragged me up if they did count :/
SuperMario 5 years ago
  4th in designers O_o
burfy 5 years ago
  Many nice new levels today, thank you creators :-)
Sherlock 5 years ago
  These days I'm lack of intelligence quotient so who can borrow me some for creating a level? :\
Jos 5 years ago
  Conclusion: replace "milliseconds" by "centiseconds" or "cs" (shorter but scientific). If "cs" is unclear I suggest "s" (seconds) and divide the scores by 100 (2 figures after the comma).
Sherlock 5 years ago
  Emmm... So what's the conclusion? o.O [Forgive me that I was stuck at those English words...]
OR Just treat milliseconds as centiseconds? :)

BTW, the best score works so strange after deleting the previous high score. It seems that the best score won't be replaced by the recent high score normally, but just ignoring all previous scores and rejudged with the new scores after the delete.
Jos 5 years ago
  You know a trick to remember the meanings in the UK? Just count the amount of "000", less 1 and make a Latin prefix of it. E.g. 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 is a quintillion.
Treazer 5 years ago
  Yeah, in Germany is a billion 1,000,000,000,000. In the UK is a billion a milliard in Germany (1,000,000,000).

That's because in Germany for example is the meaning of billion a million^2 which is 10^12. In the UK is a billion 10^9 (1000^+2), though.

I can't write small characters on the upper half, that's why I use '^'.
Jos 5 years ago
  About that 1 billion = 1,000,000,000 and 1 trillion = 1,000,000,000,000 and 1 quadrillion = 1,000,000,000,000,000 etc. you're right. But luckily sciencemen around the world use the same prefixes etc. That reminds me of a rocket (or submarine or whatever) that crashed because of the fact that the amount of liter had been mistaken as the amount of gallons.
Ferrari12 5 years ago
  Hasn't this discussion been up before? I seem to have some faint memories of somebody saying that it was a differnce in the system used in UK and the standard metric system used elsewhere (Just like 1 trillion in UK/US equals 1 billion in continental Europe). But seeing how Wikipedia doesn't even mention such a difference, that person must've been wrong.
Treazer 5 years ago
  Stopwatches often count with 0,01 seconds (centiseconds).
Jos 5 years ago
  Don't know about stopwatches. To be clear to everybody: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metric_prefix.
Treazer 5 years ago
  I just realised there's no word for "centisecond" (a hundredth of a second) in German. :P We have to say "Hundertstelsekunde", which exactly means "A hundredth of a second".

Sherlock, it's Hex' mistake.
Sherlock 5 years ago
  So is it Hex's mistake or he had thought about that before? :)
Treazer 5 years ago
  A millisecond is a 1/100 second. This should be true.

edit: Nvm, a millisecond is a 1/1000 second. It should be a centisecond, which is a 1/100 second. You're right, Jos! :)

edit2:

Quoting wikipedia:

"10 milliseconds (a hundredth of a second) are called a centisecond, commonly seen on many stopwatches but often mistaken for milliseconds."
Jos 5 years ago
  Wait! Shouldn't it be cs (centiseconds)? E.g. in the first level, it shows "best score: 3(0,03 seconds by dany777)"-> highscoretable: 3=3milliseconds -> 0,03s = 3ms?!
Treazer 5 years ago
  You're true, Jos! :P Which is also annoying that jp's score plural/singular thing doesn't work.

Quoting:

"Score text: ________

Enter the text that will be displayed for the score in the highscores list. '%p' will be replace by the score and parts enclosed by parentheses () will display only for scores greater than 1. For example "%p pt(s)" will display "300 pts" or "1 pt"."

This doesn't work... Hex did it like this: "%p millisecond(s)". But 1 millisecond will still be displayed as "1 milliseconds".

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