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# 8 Comments. # Merry Christmas, James!

First! 🙂

-- RonHaleEvans 2020-12-25 04:39 UTC

Happy Holidays JamesVipond! Could you please add your games TrivialPiecepack and/or Owlman to the wiki? Simply create the pages, copy and paste the GameTemplate, and fill in the details for your games. Thanks!

-- TrevorLDavis 2020-12-28 04:53 UTC

Trevor, I've created a page for Owlman. I don't know the license information, but I can ask Andrew Parkis, on whose page I found the rules.

-- JamesVipond 2020-12-28 15:42 UTC

Thanks! If you don't hear back you can enter an "Unknown" or "None" license. Also under "Rules" feel free to add a link back to your Owlman page on your website (which unfortunately seems to be down right now). Similarly under Rules for a TrivialPiecepack game page you could link back to your Trivial Piecepack page that has the rules.

-- TrevorLDavis 2020-12-28 17:14 UTC

Also, if helpful you're welcome to use the piecepack pyramids OBJ objects generated by piecepackr (if desired I can alter their dimensions/coordinates) but I have no idea how to make them "stackable" for Poser. Instead of using a GUI in R I have to program the exact 3D coordinates of where I want to put them (which fortunately includes letting me stack them).

-- TrevorLDavis 2020-12-28 17:25 UTC

James, does your website disable "image hotlinking"? When I am browsing the piecepack wiki it seems that your images that you have "hotlinked" don't normally appear in my browser but they will show up if I leave the wiki and view them directly on your website. Sometimes after I go to your website to see an image and then return to the wiki then the image I viewed will show up when I return (this seems to happen in Firefox but not on Chrome). If your website does disable "image hotlinking" could you please enable it, give permission to the wiki to locally host the relevant images, or use another web service that does not disable image hotlinking? Thanks!

-- TrevorLDavis 2021-01-13 00:40 UTC

No, Trevor, the source image is here:

I find that easier than the method given on the wiki.

-- JamesVipond 2021-01-13 01:06 UTC

I don't disagree that image hotlinking is more convenient (and I do it all the time) but here is the screenshot of the OneManThrag page in my browser, you're cool image does not show up at all when I try to view it in the wiki (with a "refreshed" image cache). However I can directly view the image on your website. I have experienced similar issues with your other images in the past. I speculate it is because your webhost has "image hotlinking" disabled. Sometimes if I first view one of your images on your site and then come back to the wiki soon after in Firefox it will then show up (but it never seems to shows up for me in Chrome).

-- TrevorLDavis 2021-01-13 02:36 UTC

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