Anyway, isn't that my luck. I post many times in the past 10 NPs and the first time I get lots of replies is b/c people are angry that I followed a papal decree. Peachy. Here, have some chirping cupcakes. Wonder if you can guess what that word would have been without the 'chirp' part.
Apologies for singling you out. Not angry at you at all! Your post just happens to be the one that I had most trouble reading while I felt it was directed at me. (I though you might be asking if fixing the mustard would be automatically detected.)
Thanks for the tasty chirpcakes!
In the “it's all related” department, I think we have the answer: not 10, not 15, but 11278. (Yes, ninja'd by BlitzGirl, I think...)@azule
: many congratulations on your new molpy! @LoonieSpace
: welcome! With regard to other planets, others have already answered this in more detail, but I'd say it's really unlikely, since the sky does
match a known date and time, including the position of Venus and Jupiter; it'd be unlikely that this is matched from the surface of another planet.
Nice ottifications, @yappobiscuits
(and happy 100th), @Ximenez!
Note that it is
indeed getting brighter, recent corner values are:
(Somehow, y'all detected the brightening at least one newpix before the the obove list shows it...)
Mustard not fixed yet. (The GLR is [heresy]slacking[/heresy]...) ChronosDragon, nice catch on your single-pixel mustard, although I'm not sure it counts. It could be just a gradient/anti-aliasing artifact. Or a (dark) bird in front of the (slightly lighter) sky.
I considered removing the mustard frame from the animation (looks awful), but I'm leaving it in, in the hope that one of the GLR's minions finally notices and informs Him.
(As always, not such a quick
after all... Took me more than an hour, which I should
have been spending on Outside responsibilities.)