User talk:Mor

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  • nice work! you've only ben here about a week and well over 50 edits!--LordAro 13:27, 20 January 2010 (UTC)
  • The number of edits shouldn't be why you edit the wiki... --Petert 21:07, 20 January 2010 (UTC)
  • I wasnt aware you had some competition going on ;) What i am trying to do is bring some order and consistency into things, speaking of you should check the latest changes Category:Templates and new Templates list, i am trying to organize all the editing resources, eventually this should prove prove useful. --mor 19:15, 21 January 2010 (UTC)

You're right

  • I'm referring to your remark here, I've updated the page, GeekToo 20:45, 21 January 2010 (UTC)

Template:Froum

  • You seem to have reproduced my template: Template:Forums
    I suggest you use mine, and update it instead of making a new one.
  • i didnt created any of them, i only played at lost and found using the Special:Specialpages, categorized them and documenting. As for the Forum Template according the history page yours is the "reproduced" one since you created yours a year after 'Sulai' created his.
    And i say "reproduced: because there function is similar but with different output and the only reason your is still is not in the list is because it was properly documented (i looked for categorized templates) when i'll finish both options will be there also personally i prefer to just copy paste the link into a brackets (its easier) --mor 03:30, 22 January 2010 (UTC)


New GRF industries

  • hi, i am interested in the models featured here beside the 2 i already found here any chance for some links to point me in the right direction?
  • These files are replacements for ECS files. But replacing ECS is a lot of work. I would prefer to create a simple industry set with only coded industries. The problem is that I don't know how to code a new industry GRF with new cargos like wood planks. --maquinista 12:24, 10 February 2010 (UTC)

JPEG is good for 32 bpp screenshots

  • JPEG is a good image compression for 32 bpp screenshots because a JPEG saved without colour subsampling gives a good quality and a good size. PNG doesn't loose details, but the files takes too much size and the differences with a JPEG well saved are small. PNG is better to save individual sprites and 8 bpp screenshots. --maquinista 18:57, 12 February 2010 (UTC)
  • I agree completely, for 32 bpp screenshots Jpeg with 90% quality is un distinguishable from PNG to almost anyone and have the advantage of a much smaller file size (by few scales), the only reason i used PNG's and even converted to JPEG's i had to PNG's is because i was under the impression that PNG's is the standard format in use, so tried keep inline with it (you wouldnt believe the amount of request i got on the forum to use only PNG's for my screenshots). But i would love to change that, it will sure reflect nicely on the low bandwidth users. --mor 22:02, 13 February 2010 (UTC)
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