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Saturday, 1st September, 2018

  • 02:52 AM - Ovinomancer mentioned Janx in post Science: asteroid vs. hero physics
    ... most likely scenario given the orbital geometries of a rock launched from the belt that's coming around again. A neat way to tell this story might be that the angle of impact is such that meeting the asteroid and speeding it up is the right call (this would be the case if the asteroid was going to hit on the forward half of the Earth). Timing could be such that the push means the ateroid scrapes the atmo and skips, causing an awesome light show and placing the heroine at risk. I reviewed this math, and I made an error that changes the analysis. I made a magnitude error in the step where I calculated the deflection speed at 1 hour when I used 360 seconds instead of 3600 seconds. This error was propogated. At 50km/s, it's better to generate velocity lateral to the movement of the asteroid in the solar frame, not slow it. There is a breakpoint in speed where slowing is better, but it's dependent on time. At 1 hour, that breakpoint is slightly less than 30km/s. Mea culpa, Janx.

Saturday, 1st August, 2015

  • 06:11 PM - DMMike mentioned Janx in post The Elder Scrolls RPG
    Just updated the main list (first post). Some things I'm looking at: Janx still gets a +1 for supporting the fluff. Use Septims, put location-appropriate monster tables in (no Goblins in Skyrim!), and (@Wik) give your locations a theme. Health regeneration: I think only Skyrim was a bad offender in this. But I just read that ESO heals a certain amount every 2 seconds. amerigoV: NPC abuse is a spreading tragedy. But you've indirectly raised a good point: TES characters can only carry so much. From what I've seen, it's usually WAY too much...but encumbrance should be some sort of factor, no? Poisons and diseases are pretty common TES features. Although I didn't notice them on my last Skyrim playthrough, I think it was because I had some sort of poison immunity... CLASSES: everywhere but Skyrim. Should an Elder Scrolls RPG have classes? What should they be?

Tuesday, 16th June, 2015


Thursday, 16th April, 2015

  • 04:47 PM - DMMike mentioned Janx in post Under construction: ENworld's first random dungeon room generator
    Oooh, you definitely need to add "You are likely to be eaten by a grue." :D Keep clicking, Jhaelen! The super-dark room actually is from Hitchhiker's Guide. And now I'm on a mission to put no tea in a room or two, because that's frickin' hilarious! If you get it. Janx (speaking of Hitchhiker's Guide...): bullet points are a good idea. One mission of the generator is to be read during a game though, so I might print one bullet list and one readable block, just so the GM can dive right in if he needs to.

Tuesday, 14th April, 2015

  • 05:41 AM - Dustin DePenning mentioned Janx in post Rolling dice on the trail?
    Janx If you get one of those transparent collector cases, you could leave the dice inside and roll them without ever taking them out of the case! Like a hand-held pop-o-matic bubble.

Monday, 16th March, 2015

  • 03:09 PM - DMMike mentioned Janx in post Descent Game?
    I played Descent once or twice. Definitely overlooked it in favor of Quake and Nintendo64. I think it was the extra keyboard keys needed for z axis rotation that got to me. Kickstarter has been my nemesis ever since these guys failed to fund: http://www.groundbranch.com/ Janx: since Quake didn't require the CD to be present to run, it presented some nice musical options. Did you get the chance to see how well Frank Sinatra went with killing?

Thursday, 20th November, 2014

  • 06:00 PM - Cairnstorm mentioned Janx in post Need advice - Xperia Z2 Tablet or iPad Air 2 64GB?
    Janx thank you for your indepth reply. "@OP: You have an android phone, that's 1 vote in favor of an Android tablet already." i have not purchased any apps on android so the fact i have an android phone is not a major concern for me. I do like my android phone but its serves a different purpose in my life than the tablet will. "@OP: that's a vote for iOS. Preferences aside, your security is paramount and iOS is safer for you to get apps from its store and not get malware. Read more: http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?382059-Need-advice-Xperia-Z2-Tablet-or-iPad-Air-2-64GB#ixzz3Jd3YV100" agreed. viruses are a pain on a pc. i do not want to imagine the hassle it would be on a phone or tablet. I am no thinking that Ipad is the product to go for. thank you for all your help

Wednesday, 5th November, 2014

  • 12:18 PM - Herobizkit mentioned Janx in post WANTED: Suggestions for a celebration of Chaos
    Thanks to everyone who's contributed. The Dionysus/wild party and the Fey connection was so obvious - my character is a Wellblade and elven heritage features prominently in the campaign area - that I completely missed it. Of course, our town has also recently gone though some hardships and losses, having defended several of its borders from invaders and losing much of the guard/police force in its wake. Perhaps the timing might not be perfect for an all-out party. That's not going to stop me from throwing a more... localized? ... affair on our airship. Party Boat II will fly triumphant! (Party Boat I fell through and the... um... salacious undertakings thereto were held at the mayoral estate.) Also, Janx re: lawful folks... the town was run like Tortuga before we players became involved. My character is pushing for a more... neutral?... business paradigm but he does realize that some laws are needed in place to keep general order.

Tuesday, 4th November, 2014

  • 06:02 PM - Hand of Evil mentioned Janx in post WANTED: Suggestions for a celebration of Chaos
    Do agree with Janx the celebration would be in a controlled location, like a temple, an open field, and limited within the city or town walls maybe even performed in secret locations for the more extreme cults. This could be plot points for your game too.

Tuesday, 8th July, 2014

  • 04:08 PM - gamerprinter mentioned Janx in post Reading PDFs on tablets
    <!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention -->@Alan Shutko<!-- END TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention --> - I use Xara for my page layout as well, though its not as robust as InDesign or even Serif PagePlus, still it can do everything I need. The differences between a downloadable verses a print version is small, except that when producing downloadable version you want as compact a file as possible, so I generally import 96 ppi versions of the graphics, cartography and illustrations. When importing larger pixel versions, even at export such files tend to eat more megabyte space than 96 dpi originals. <!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention -->@Janx<!-- END TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention --> - while doing page layout is fairly straight forward, to do a 36 page publication it takes a full day or two to complete the layout (and I'm quite experienced at using the layout software, so might take much longer for someone less experienced). I usually create printable versions of the downloadable version as a separate task, often done on a separate day. Thus doing multiple page layouts doubles or triples the layout time requirements, depending on how many different layout versions are needed. Double the work is double the cost. If I have a freelancer doing page layouts, there is a significant cost increase, thus requiring more sales to break even. Because RPG product publication isn't the most profitable, anything that increases production costs, significantly reduces profitability. Because doing page layout in a platform that doesn't support graphics and tables, it is more than simple adjustment of layout, rather its completely differen...

Sunday, 16th February, 2014

  • 12:27 AM - Viking Bastard mentioned Janx in post The Lego Movie
    Janx Ah, I misunderstood your post. I thought you were naming examples of movies who portrayed rich people but weren't anti-capitalistic. I don't really see either Die Hard or 101 Dalmatians as anti-capitalistic per se (despite having rich people as villains etc), but Robocop definitely is blatantly anti-capitalistic. Which was my point. Which turns out does not contradict your post.

Wednesday, 1st January, 2014

  • 09:16 AM - Herobizkit mentioned Janx in post What happened to Growing Up?
    Janx, I'm glad you had enough common sense to have an idea of what you wanted when you went to school. I was 17 and clueless when I went. I'm giving consideration to going back to college again before I hit 40 and hoping to do something other than custserv until I retire... but I have no idea what, and at my "advanced" age, starting a new career path seems unlikely with today's preference given to youth.

Monday, 16th December, 2013

  • 06:19 PM - lynnfredricks mentioned Janx in post Art PACT: Paying freelancers in exposure
    I guess then where my disconnect with your point is coming is that the stock art aspect of your point doesn't necessarily have much to do with your conclusion. Well, my conclusion is that reviewing the whole product is all that can be done. Im not condoning Janx making it a one man mission to wipe out the use of clip art, but to acknowledge that bad art is bad art. Cheap, poor art is cheap, poor art. Whether it is stock art or original art, overused or unrecognized, the quality will be what customers care about -- attributing this to stock art instead of just art, period, doesn't jive with how we can see art affects sales in the market. Yes. And you often get it in products when the decision maker doesn't get the value of art as a part of selling the product. I've used several images that end up being used in a lot of other products, and when I see them appear on a cover for someone else's product and that they are poorly utilized and look horrible, I admit to groaning a bit inside because my instinct is to think "great, how will that reflect on how I've used it?" Once that initial instinct passes, though, I put it entirely out of my mind because, as sales and reviews indicate, their use of it doesn't affect my sales in any measurable man...
  • 04:54 AM - lynnfredricks mentioned Janx in post Art PACT: Paying freelancers in exposure
    ...ces. I don't demonize stock art in general and do not draw the conclusions you apparently think I draw. I do demonize the overuse of specific stock art images or using particularly cheap looking stock art. If someone can tell its stock art because they've seen it again and again, they won't love you for it. But if you are modifying the art significantly, then there's a better chance they won't know. What's important is that the art looks fresh and professional. If it looks fresh then, well, its fresh. You clearly made an effort to freshen that zombie. Don't fool yourself that your customers are going to tell you every little thing that is wrong (or right) with your product. Often customers just do not give a crap to comment - they just don't buy again from you. Id also conjecture that art is something that many say ISN'T important to them, but ultimately does form a part of their opinion of the product - at pre-sales or post-sales. I see this quite often in the software industry. Janx only recourse really is reviewing and encouraging reviews of a complete product, including the art. If the art is tired and overused and Ive seen it several times before, Id knock it down some points, because the art is a part of the presentation of the product.

Thursday, 12th December, 2013

  • 07:07 PM - Morrus mentioned Janx in post Art PACT: Paying freelancers in exposure
    Then isn't it time to up your game, either strategically or technically? The clip-art crowd likely cannot pay prices for good original art. The online PDF sites ("drivethru" etc) are jammed with cheap, cheap product. So judge those games accordingly, and promote good art games over others. Get online reviewers to review the total product - including art. I think you may be ascribing a great deal of power to Janx! The problem, I guess, is persuading everbody (or at least the majority) of people to act that way. We can all start at home, of course (and I do); I guess organizations like Art PACT and things like the featurette I should have available soon will help with that outreach effort. And at the very least, we can discuss it in threads like this, which helps to inform people and keep the issue visible.

Sunday, 10th November, 2013

  • 09:07 PM - Morrus mentioned Janx in post 50th Anniversary episode trailer is here!
    Janx, The 50th anniversary episode (that in the trailers above) is being simultaneously shown in 77 countries. Additionally, it is also being simultaneously shown in cinemas around the world. All this happens on Sat 23rd Nov at - I think - 7.50pm (or whatever time that is where you are). Some US cinemas may be showing it a couple of days late on the 25th. But it's in the 23rd on TV and most cinemas around the world.

Tuesday, 29th October, 2013

  • 05:33 PM - gamerprinter mentioned Janx in post Halloween costumes -- where is the taste line drawn?
    Actually Samhain is the end of the sheep herding season when the sheep are brought to winter grounds. Lughnasadh, on August 1st is the Celtic Harvest festival, not Samhain. <!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention -->@Janx<!-- END TEMPLATE: dbtech_usertag_mention --> - Christmas is like that too. Some evidence suggests Jesus was born in September, but his birthday was moved to accomodate and associate with the Winter Solstice festival in Germany to Christianize that holiday (as well as merge with Roman gift giving traditions of the same season, that was also pagan).

Wednesday, 11th September, 2013

  • 03:39 PM - Morrus mentioned Janx in post iPhone 5S
    Weird. I didn't for a moment imagine it was anything more than a quick way to optionally bypass entering a code. Why are you guys thinking you won't still be able to enter your pass code if there's a scanning issue? Also, Janx - that doesn't remotely resemble my phone usage. My wife and I have our own phones, as I suspect is common. Sharing a phone would make it hard for me to call her!

Monday, 26th August, 2013

  • 06:34 PM - darjr mentioned Janx in post Is Earth a sphere?
    Janx; I don't want it to be that simple. I'd like to get this interplay when questions like this come up. I think it'd do the whole sphere (squished or not) good if more of this kind of conversation could be had.

Wednesday, 21st August, 2013

  • 05:55 PM - 7heprofessor mentioned Janx in post Other websites
    Enforcer, thank you for the suggestion. I didn't think of something as simple as RPG.net! I'll take a look. Janx, Haha. I've only ever used the official Wizards of the coast website, until I started playing Pathfinder of course. Now websites are plentiful!


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Thursday, 30th May, 2019

  • 03:45 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post STAR TREK: PICARD Official Trailer
    I would bet the rescue mission revealed some decisions/human character issues that made Picard quit. He went on trial and represented Humanity to the Q. If humans betray his faith... Resigning in protest makes sense as a Picard thing to do. Very. I imagine, for example, Picard would react *very* poorly to Section 31 raising its head during or after the rescue. The idea that his Federation used such a thing as its support... he wouldn't take that well at all. If he was rescuing Romulans, and then the Federation put them in internment camps or otherwise treated them badly. That would get a resignation in protest as well. I mean, today, making a statement about how refugees are viewed and treated? That would be totally Trek.

Tuesday, 28th May, 2019

  • 05:31 PM - ART! quoted Janx in post STAR TREK: PICARD Official Trailer
    Picard in TNG had been a strong moral voice for that era. Stewart implied that he was interested because they pitched an idea that had something to say. I would bet the rescue mission revealed some decisions/human character issues that made Picard quit. He went on trial and represented Humanity to the Q. If humans betray his faith... Resigning in protest makes sense as a Picard thing to do Star Trek is a social justice kind of show, so I'd bet whatever happened, is going to parallel some of what we have going on now (without saying what's going on now). Pretty much my thoughts on the matter as well. It would be absolutely wonderful and well worth it to see John De Lancie show up as Q. He was always one of my favorite "villains" in TNG. I know they haven't announced any cameos, but it would make sense to push any reveals along those lines to much closer to the show's premiere. It's hard to imagine no one from the series or movies making an appearance of some kind over the course of...
  • 04:42 PM - Raunalyn quoted Janx in post STAR TREK: PICARD Official Trailer
    Picard in TNG had been a strong moral voice for that era. Stewart implied that he was interested because they pitched an idea that had something to say. I would bet the rescue mission revealed some decisions/human character issues that made Picard quit. He went on trial and represented Humanity to the Q. If humans betray his faith... Resigning in protest makes sense as a Picard thing to do Star Trek is a social justice kind of show, so I'd bet whatever happened, is going to parallel some of what we have going on now (without saying what's going on now). It would be absolutely wonderful and well worth it to see John De Lancie show up as Q. He was always one of my favorite "villains" in TNG.

Tuesday, 21st May, 2019

  • 06:55 PM - Ryujin quoted Janx in post How To Subvert Expectations (Correctly) 101
    b) George is a Pantser, which means he made stuff up as he went along and saw where the characters wanted to go. This has the drawback of not tying things up easily or hitting emotional points that outliners can do. In Season 8, they needed that, so they outlined it, and forced those emotional points to happen. That's a jarring change, particularly on a final season with a short runway. I immediately contrast that, in my mind, with little known author/screenwriter Matt Vancil. He's essentially been writing in the same universe since 1997 through movies, books, and comics, with common threads only now starting to come together. There's something extremely satisfying in seeing something from 1999 popping up in a movie, in 2013, for those who were paying attention. (I had to have it pointed out to me ;) )

Thursday, 9th May, 2019

  • 06:37 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post Avengers: Endgame SPOILER THREAD
    Past Thor is used to forgetting where he left his hammer, so it's no big deal. There are a couple of points in his movies where he holds out his hand and he... waits for a moment for the hammer to show up. I wonder if in The Dark World, there's one of those moments just after that point, where they are hustling Jane Foster away. That would be... pretty epic.
  • 04:51 PM - Morrus quoted Janx in post Avengers: Endgame SPOILER THREAD
    So Cap went back in time at the end to return all the stones (and quill wakes up with a headache) along with Mjoljnir on Asgard. Oh, did he take Mjolnir with him? I missed that!
  • 03:46 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post Avengers: Endgame SPOILER THREAD
    Today, I saw the counter-argument that BW got worse treatment than Thor. Yeah. She literally fights her way to jump off a cliff and straight into the fridge.
  • 05:30 AM - GreyLord quoted Janx in post Avengers: Endgame SPOILER THREAD
    Today, I saw the counter-argument that BW got worse treatment than Thor. Way back in Ultron, they turned her into a romantic interest and had her say she was a monster while revealing she couldn't have children. Not a good time to combine two angsty things as it sent the wrong message about women, having children defining their worth, and the arc she was having where she accepted her past and red ledger in Civil War. Now fast forward to EndGame, and she's in a who can kill themselves quicker race with Yeehaw Barton (you can search Twitter for that and find the source of this entire chain of thought) to jump off a cliff and die. Basically, all that growth, and she's disposable because Barton, who 20 minutes earlier was killing people of color, has children. Topping off that sad cake with a short bit of sad "where's Natasha" when they return, and that's it. Tony got a funeral. BW did not. I couldn't tell you the Russo's intent (or Whedon's) and imagine they'd argue different...
  • 02:37 AM - Nellisir quoted Janx in post Avengers: Endgame SPOILER THREAD
    I couldn't tell you the Russo's intent (or Whedon's) and imagine they'd argue differently. But I can see how this interpretation also makes sense and wouldn't strike some people as a good ending or handling for BW. Yeah, when it's laid out like that...it's pretty :):):):):):). Hopefully the movie does her right.

Monday, 6th May, 2019

  • 04:32 PM - Jester David quoted Janx in post Avengers: Endgame SPOILER THREAD
    Side Question: Did Peter Parker ever register under the Sokovia Accords? Probably. It was probably a requirement of him joining Team Stark. Presumably he just didn't need permission to do things like stop muggers and ATM thieves. Citizen arrest type stuff. It's a weakness of the MCU that we never got a full examination of what the Sokovia Accords actually limited. And never got to see if they succeeded or failed.
  • 04:23 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post Avengers: Endgame SPOILER THREAD
    Side Question: Did Peter Parker ever register under the Sokovia Accords? I don't believe it is ever made clear. I think the answer is "probably not".

Thursday, 25th April, 2019

  • 07:31 PM - lowkey13 quoted Janx in post Best Sci Fi Shows On ATM
    How come Star Trek Discovery isn't on this list? Um, if you're referring to my list, because I had a massive brain fart and wrote the wrong name? Editing now! (See No. 11).

Wednesday, 24th April, 2019

  • 02:23 PM - Mustrum_Ridcully quoted Janx in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    Speaking of Spock and TOS relative to what we saw on Discovery. It looks like this season explains why the Feds don't have AI handling everything. However, knowing what Spock knows from the end of Disco, when Dr. Daystrom shows up with the M5 computer to do everything on the Enterprise, wouldn't he have more objection or concern? Heck, he should be paranoid if some fragment or record of Control's code was obtained by the Daystrom institute, it's Terminator: Genisys Planet all over again. The project is somewhat different. M5 was not a project for operational planning. This could have been a major factor in Control - he knew too much and had too great responsibilities and power. M5 was an attempt to merely automate a single ship. Since Control already could do this with the Section 31 ships, it is possible that the technological background was quite different to limit M5 more, so that Spock saw a possibility of it to work. However, the Enterprise might have been chosen as a test specif...

Monday, 15th April, 2019

  • 02:24 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post Black Hole Image - livestreamed discussion from MIT on April 12th
    Since M87 is very far away, we're looking at how it used to be. What do you imagine it looks like now? Did everything get sucked into it? Or did life go on and everybody there is used to the big dark spot in the sky? Morrus has it right. It is 55 million light years away. 55 million years ago... we saw the first horses and primates on Earth, I think. The dinosaurs had been gone for about 10 million years. Which sounds impressive, until you realize that the Sun... didn't notice any of that. Galaxies measure their lives in the billions of years, not in the millions. M87 likely had that black hole pretty much from it's origin, which is probably upwards of 13 billion years ago. The recent 55 million years? Not really a big deal. It is much the same now as it was 55 million years ago.
  • 10:22 AM - Morrus quoted Janx in post Black Hole Image - livestreamed discussion from MIT on April 12th
    Thanks for the followup and for taking the time to answer these kinds of questions. Since M87 is very far away, we're looking at how it used to be. What do you imagine it looks like now? Did everything get sucked into it? Or did life go on and everybody there is used to the big dark spot in the sky? It’s 55m light years away, so we’re seeing it 55m years ago. That’s not very long, relatively speaking (I think the earth is about 5 billion years old? So a factor of a hundred or so there) So I imagine it probably looks pretty much the same. A galaxy of stars happily orbiting around a supermassive black hole like have been doing for billions of years. You wouldn’t normally be able to see the dark spot any more than you can see the one at the centre of our galaxy. It’s only the size of our solar system. It’d be a tiny pinprick.

Sunday, 14th April, 2019

  • 04:00 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post Black Hole Image - livestreamed discussion from MIT on April 12th
    Why can't we get a pic of a blackhole in the Milky Way? Having heard a good talk about this from MIT, I wanted to go back to this question. Part of the reason they went with M87's black hole first is due to the gas and dust issue I mentioned, but there's a bigger issue... Before they took this image, we had some measurements of how wast gas, dust, and stars were moving around these black holes. Things around M87's black hole move a little more slowly. We expect visible changes in the image to take a couple of weeks - which means that if each observation takes a day, the image is mostly static for that period of time. Things are moving much more quickly around SagA*, and we expect the image to change over the course of days or even hours, which means that the day-long observations used would yield very blurry images. They are planning some upgrades to the system that should help with that for the SagA* observations, but they could look at M87 without them.

Friday, 12th April, 2019

  • 03:17 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post Black Hole Image - livestreamed discussion from MIT on April 12th
    Next question. If the blackhole is about the size of our solar system, how much bigger is the area of effect around it that sucks in light and thus would present like this is even bigger (a bigger black disk in the photo)? Or am I misdescribing what happens to light passing near it? Fine question. When I say it is "about the size of our solar system," I mean that in terms of order of magnitude - ballpark, within a factor of 10. To be more precise, I think it is actually more like a couple of solar systems across. 105876 https://xkcd.com/2135/ If I got this correct from my reading, that's the size of its event horizon, the volume within which anything that enters, even light, cannot escape. There is a common misconception about the effects near the black hole. I will instead, use our Sun as an example. If, somehow, our Sun got compressed to the point where it'd become a black hole, the resulting event horizon would be something less than 4 miles across. And, whil...

Thursday, 11th April, 2019

  • 09:51 PM - Umbran quoted Janx in post Black Hole Image - livestreamed discussion from MIT on April 12th
    But it looks like a round, non-light emitting object eclipsing a light source. Somebody could have shot a pic of a planet in front of a star and it seems like it could look the same. On Earth, we get total eclipses, because the Moon is just the right size, and just the right distance, to make that happen. The angular size of the Moon happens to match the angular size of the Sun. It is a coincidence, and happens pretty much nowhere else. Now, look at another star. The star and its planets would be roughly the same distance from Earth (like, Alpha Centauri is about 4 light years away, so its planets are about 4 light years away). That means, to give us a total eclipse, the planet around that other star would need to be roughly the size of the star. If it is the size of a star, it *is* a star.... Also, that image was taken with observations taken at several times. So, the object would need to be in the way *each time* they looked. Does the Moon happen to be eclipsing the Sun se...

Thursday, 21st March, 2019

  • 11:18 PM - MarkB quoted Janx in post [+] Star Trek Discovery (Fan) Thread
    I bet it'll be Burnham as the red angel (she knows where Spock will be to go visit). The only reason I don't think it'll be her is because the Red Angel helped the young Spock to save Burnham. Going back in time for her own sake feels out of character.

Tuesday, 19th March, 2019

  • 08:25 AM - Mustrum_Ridcully quoted Janx in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    Yep. One thing I noticed was the super-retracty helmets. Aside from they didn't have those in Wrath of Khan, I recall the super-lame half-rollback helments in Stargate SG-1 because they couldn't afford the FX that the movie had. Now, 20 years later, there it is on Discovery. It seems that is now the new future-tech sci-fi standard, though. Marvel uses it a lot, too. Detachable helmets are obsolete.


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