Banknote Design 1.0 – Design, Aesthetics, and Choices
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As you develop a conworld or concountry, a natural progression might be to design your own money. Banknote design, though, can look daunting at first, with a lot of interlocking parts. In the first of this series, I'll go over some of the steps in banknote design, including things to consider as you're preparing to make it rain (in whatever currency units you use).
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a year ago
I've stripped out the defunct support for displaying Twitter profiles in user pages and possibly-defunct Gravatar support, meaning the Users
-browsing experience should be a lot more pleasant, and in general Annie shouldn't have any more broken user profile pictures anywhere. Of course, the unread post count for the forum is still a shocking example of unscalable code that badly needs fixing.
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3 years ago
Annie is six years old now! This is classically the age at which parents of children divorce, so if we survive 2020, we should be fine. In the meantime, I would like to remind everyone that the Site History
page is a great way to take a look at what people have been up to. Especially the ones who don't post on the forums (come post on the forums! We're lonely).
4 years ago
That's right, you can now finally move things around without having to laboriously copy the contents. At least, languages and language families, which you can both assign to any universe or language family you have comment privileges on. Just click edit and look for the move link at the bottom!
This functionality also automatically assigns the correct group to all child pages recursively, so what used to be an impossible task is now a possible, even easy task.