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Scotty

The NP section update

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Yay! No need to hover over the comic to see when NP comics were published anymore!

Yeah I'm aware the dates are shown in the page header as well, but Firefox's tabs aren't wide enough to see them without hovering over it as well so yay for having it clearly displayed! :)

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Hooray!  Those of us who like to re-read in the order of publication can now tell when to read which NP as well as sketchbooks.  :-)

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Change blindness.  I have it.  And that bothers me.  Way more than it should.  My recon trainer would have a fit.  Maybe.

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12 hours ago, mlooney said:

Change blindness.  I have it.  And that bothers me.  Way more than it should.  My recon trainer would have a fit.  Maybe.

I tweeted back at Dan that he should has just done it an not mentioned it until after the change blindness story is done, it was the perfect opportunity to do so and see if anyone noticed.

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On 04/12/2017 at 6:02 AM, CritterKeeper said:

Hooray!  Those of us who like to re-read in the order of publication can now tell when to read which NP as well as sketchbooks.  :-)

You are aware that the date is part of image file name in most cases, and for last few years, you can even get exact time Dan created the comics?

For example, 1492398676-np20170417-FAW-04.png - 1492398676 is Mon, 17 Apr 2017 03:11:16 GMT.

So, you can even read the NP and story image for same day in the "correct" order :)

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I usually read these on my iPad, which doesn't show me the image name very easily.  Hence my being glad the date is on the page itself now.  ;-P

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