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Mm. Makes sense. Not a very high priority, but should be very easy so I'll see if I can slip it in along with the next update.
draft server is cool. but according to wotc, sealed is a better format to test new sets. so i hope multidraft can do sealed.
edit: it seems there is already a MTG JSON project. (http://mtgjson.com/) . it's a good starting point, however, i would try to normalize the data.
I'm certainly up for that in theory. I should mention that Chowlett is working (theoretically with some help from me) on a web-based draft server, Multidraft, designed to integrate with Multiverse. But I think a nice standardised export format such as JSON ought to be compatible with both of those.
i want a JSON format that could work with a hypothetical custom-set playtesting webapp. we would have to work out the formating, although i do have a working one from a previous project. however XML may do for now to test the app. (ideally the webapp should accept other popular formats as well. main thing i'm concerned is how comprehensive those formats are and how they handle complex cards, like split cards.)
benefits of JSON are
1. can contain any and all data about a set, cards, and other data in a single file.
2. can handle cards, sets, and pack data, etc. of any complexity
4. application-neutral. any software can read and write the format easily
hmm; it's probably trying to grab it from some header that my browser isn't presenting. I'd assumed it was being created from something passed in to the comments page itself.
Wergle. For me, editing that comment gives Back.
But anyway, yes, the "back" link is pretty unnecessary there, I may as well just remove it.
Somewhat distressingly, the Rails source for that is
<%= link_to "Back", :back %>
%= link_to "Back", :back %>
In other words, the Rails special constant :back appears not to be initialised for you guys. Somehow.
URL on the 'Back' link is: http://multiverse.heroku.com/
Hm. I don't see this behaviour. The "back" link to me is a link to the comment thread for the card or cardset on which the comment was. Can you post a precise comment for which you see this?
Heh. Fair enough. It's certainly easy enough to do.
Lovely. Seems to work fine!
It's fixed on my set too (including the same issue wit planeswalkers)
I believe this should now be fixed. The front pages of Archester and Link's Cards report no more cards in category coloured_artifact or planeswalker. Let me know if you see more problems like this.
There you go. Let me know if you see any other oddnesses around watermarks, or around text box resizing.
I think what I tried before was position:absolute, which would have had significant other problems; position:auto doesn't allow z-index to apply; but position:relative seems to hit the sweet spot in between.
Argh! The fix seems to work locally, but I'm encountering unrelated difficulties when trying to push it up to Heroku :/
Hmmm. I'm sure I tried that before too, but at the moment, it seems like giving the rulestext or rulestextwrapper position:relative and z-index:2 seems to work fine.
I'll make that change and see if we can find any problems with it.
Is it a possibility then to eat least, y'know, layer the text on top of the image instead of the other way around?
But I should give this another look.
I'm having the same issue now, for what it's worth.
Thanks for the temporal solution.