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In regards to my writing on Life Hacks, there are 2 routes that have developed now where I have a possibility planned for Xander to have some children born using the condition mod from some of the girls he has impregnated. Problem is, I haven't improved my image search skills. Any chance you can help out in that department? Of course, with the life hack they can be set to just about any age, so a variety of ages would be preferable. This also gives the opportunity to simply have a bank of images ready to go for other characters introduced as well even if they aren't used as Xander's children. (Of course, 70-90% of the images should be female assuming that even the ones who are male even among normal characters will be gender changed.) Jemini (talk) 03:48, 15 October 2018 (CEST)
Oi! Well, don't stress too much. After posting that last message I did some preliminary searches for some characters myself and, while they don't have the background whitened and all that jaz, they are sufficient for the meantime for wherever things wind up going. RL comes first after all. Jemini (talk) 15:34, 16 October 2018 (CEST)
I would like to ask for some quick consoltation on a coding issue. I realize you have a far busier life now than you had going before, so I'm not asking you to actually do any of the coding I need, but I would like to get your opinion on something so I know how to explain things better to the person who likely will be doing the coding. The issue is the stats mechanics for the Daycare manager game I am using this site as a staging area for.
From what I can tell, I can likely manage the overwhelming majority of the mechanics I have in mind using those basic <if> statements that I learned working on the lewd house. However, there are a few things such as the math of certain stats, division factoring into some of that math, and most importantly is the mechanic I want for the raising of the "touch" and "exposure" stats. That mechanic is that those stats can only raise if you have an encounter where you do something the child is "uncomfortable" with. The way that they are "uncomfortable" is if they do not have enough "touch" or "exposure" to be comfortable with it, but if you add ((trust - 31) / 10) levels to that stat that is too low, then it will be high enough. Basically, since trust was needed to overcome their dislike for the action, they are "uncomfortable."
The math and that mechanic are the two things I'm not 100% certain how to explain in coding lingo, so I would like to get the proper terms to use in order to explain it to whoever winds up working on this project. Jemini (talk) 21:59, 17 November 2018 (CET)
I'm glad to see you so active in writing again. Either your workload became more reasonable or you've settled into enough of a routine now that you have been more able to set aside time to do the things that you like. Either way, it means you are able to get active here and do your writing and projects again, which is a welcome site. Jemini (talk) 15:07, 6 December 2018 (CET)
I have a question, how do you use colored text on this site's coding format? I need some colored text for my Daycare Manager project so I can organize some of the mechanics we are working on. I have seen a few instances of colored text and have looked at the editing to see how it was done. It seems you have to enter some kind of identity code to identify the color. Is there any bank I can look at to see a list of all the codes for the colors? Jemini (talk) 07:56, 18 February 2019 (CET)