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2018-11-04

• 20:51 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . I'm not a big fan of the designer, but this looked relevant. Perhaps it could be played with a HexFracStackPack. :) . . .

2018-11-02

• 22:09 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . Yeah... ðŸ¤” I prefer to look at all the dimensions separately. If you remove the Packtet, all the dimensions are close to one another in size, and you . . .
• 17:41 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . > The suits dimension is an order of magnitude bigger than any other dimension. It has more values (15) than the other three dimensions put . . .
• 17:41 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . > The suits dimension is an order of magnitude bigger than any other dimension. It has more values (15) than the other three dimensions put . . .

2018-11-01

• 06:46 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . Or maybe the DualStackPacktet is too "long and skinny". {{{ suits = 15 (Packtet) values = 6 (standard) sizes = 2 (StackPack) groups = 2 (Dual . . .

2018-10-30

• 22:28 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . A DualStackPacktet probably optimizes piece variety without being too large or heavy, as a DualFracStackPacktet almost certainly is. You get two . . .

2018-10-29

• 19:29 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . {{{ However, why stop there? A five-level piecepack could use numeric exponents like -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, and so on. }}} I'm picturing you using . . . (minor)
• 19:28 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . {{{ However, why stop there? A five-level piecepack could use numeric exponents like -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, and so on. }}} I'm picturing you using . . . (minor)
• 19:26 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . {{{ However, why stop there? A five-level piecepack could use numeric exponents like -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, and so on. }}} I'm picturing you using . . .
• 14:38 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . The thing I like about StackPack, Packtet, and DualPiecepacks is that they are all strict supersets of the standard piecepack -- they expand it . . .
• 05:52 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . Yeah, I was going to suggest something like SubPack / MainPack / SuperPack, or maybe ZeroPack, Pack, or plain old PiecePack for the middle piecepack. . . .
• 03:41 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . SuperDuperPack is fun but if we were to take it seriously (although I personally don't really want to DIY make the really small or really big game . . .
• 00:02 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . """ One could have three piecepacks sized such that the smallest tile fits within a quarter of the medium tile which in turn fits within a quarter . . .

2018-10-28

• 23:52 UTC (diff) Comments on StackPack . . . . Well one can already use the piecepackr API to make custom PnP layouts or diagrams with pieces in various custom sizes (if you don't specify a . . .
• 23:09 UTC (new) Comments on StackPack . . . . I think this is just amazingly cool, Trevor. Can we assume you're going to add customizable StackPacks to piecepackr?

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