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Quote Originally Posted by Barthax


Corrected. :)

Please check.

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Quote Originally Posted by JJT_Defender

This is a game I love this what Walter Day wanted.

I don't think Walter cares much about Tokyo Drift...unless we're talking about the movie, I hear it's one of his favorites

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The page linked above should display two decimal places for full information, the heights appear to be rounded up. If you click on the score to bring up the submission thread, it will show Mr. Marks got 2.39, Mr. Blair jumped 2.36, and since Mr. Duncan's score was pre-TGSAP I cannot tell what he got, maybe his score is stored in 3 decimal places like the other but the page displays it rounded up...


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When submitting a score on this track, there is no box available to enter the score...

https://www.twingalaxies.com/easysubmit.php?variation_id=55203

Thanks.

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Quote Originally Posted by Bogart

When submitting a score on this track, there is no box available to enter the score...

https://www.twingalaxies.com/easysubmit.php?variation_id=55203

Thanks.

This issue has been fixed.

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Quote Originally Posted by Bogart

When submitting a score on this track, there is no box available to enter the score...

https://www.twingalaxies.com/easysubmit.php?variation_id=55203

Thanks.


Tom Duncan's precise score can be calculated based on his score being 98.333...% of John Marks' score. It appears as though he got a 2.35.

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Quote Originally Posted by onlyinajeep


The page linked above should display two decimal places for full information, the heights appear to be rounded up. If you click on the score to bring up the submission thread, it will show Mr. Marks got 2.39, Mr. Blair jumped 2.36, and since Mr. Duncan's score was pre-TGSAP I cannot tell what he got, maybe his score is stored in 3 decimal places like the other but the page displays it rounded up...



Tom Duncan's precise score can be calculated based on his score being 98.333...% of John Marks' score. It appears as though he got a 2.35.

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Quote Originally Posted by onlyinajeep


The page linked above should display two decimal places for full information, the heights appear to be rounded up. If you click on the score to bring up the submission thread, it will show Mr. Marks got 2.39, Mr. Blair jumped 2.36, and since Mr. Duncan's score was pre-TGSAP I cannot tell what he got, maybe his score is stored in 3 decimal places like the other but the page displays it rounded up...


Agreed.

The game shows 2 decimal places so to be fair we need 2 decimal places on the scoreboard !

@admin staff please add a 2nd decimal place for

Hammer throw, High jump, Long jump & Javelin.

Pre TGSAP scores missing decimal places should have a zero inserted where needed.

@Stephen Daultrey are you able to add the missing decimals for these four tracks?





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Quote Originally Posted by Garrett Holland



Tom Duncan's precise score can be calculated based on his score being 98.333...% of John Marks' score. It appears as though he got a 2.35.

Agreed.

If those percentages are actually based on something tangible then that method could be used.

But I still want to see both decimals.


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Quote Originally Posted by Garrett Holland



Tom Duncan's precise score can be calculated based on his score being 98.333...% of John Marks' score. It appears as though he got a 2.35.


Lol-your so smart, it's a little scary.

:)

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Quote Originally Posted by Rogerpoco
Lol-your so smart, it's a little scary. :)

Nah ... just handy with a calculator LOL!

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i voted no for this submission as requested

yet here it shows "voted" as though i clicked yes. that freaked me out thining i voted wrong. i hope this is only a display bug and not truly the system being confused over votes



to be fair i'm assume a green check mark near voted is indicated my vote was yes. the old fucntionality used to say how we voted, has there been another downgrade where we just know that we did vote, but not how?

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Quote Originally Posted by Snowflake

i voted no for this submission as requested

yet here it shows "voted" as though i clicked yes. that freaked me out thining i voted wrong. i hope this is only a display bug and not truly the system being confused over votes



to be fair i'm assume a green check mark near voted is indicated my vote was yes. the old fucntionality used to say how we voted, has there been another downgrade where we just know that we did vote, but not how?

I've only seen the "Voted" in the submissions queue as a green check mark just like in your screenshot, meaning you have voted but there was not an indication if it was yes or no.

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Quote Originally Posted by thegamer1185


I've only seen the "Voted" in the submissions queue as a green check mark just like in your screenshot, meaning you have voted but there was not an indication if it was yes or no.

back at least when it was list format, green check meant you accepted and red x meant you rejected. you were definitely around then, wasnt all that long ago. i got frustrated with adjudication around when the matrix view came into play, so i dont know if we lost the old functionality as soon as that happened (which was a while ago now) or if its more recent.

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Correct on all accounts. The previous version definitely showed if and how you voted. The new system just shows IF you have voted.

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https://www.twingalaxies.com/game/mickeys-speedway-usa/game-boy-game-boy-color/page/1/

I'm not sure how Tee Jester has any ESI? All of his times are in last place. Not sure if I'm missing something in the ESI formula or if there is an error in the coding?

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The disputes preview frequently, but not always, shows a different "started by" user name than who actually started the dispute.


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Can you @admin staff @TWIN GALAXIES fix this problem thank you and change integer to ELAPSED TIME

Here it is
https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php/196852-M-A-M-E-Ultimate-Mortal-Kombat-3-rev-1-2-Fastest-Completion-558-Carmelo-Agosto/page3

Voting NO REJECT time for this to be taken out of the Submission que. 7 plus months
M.A.M.E. - Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 [rev 1.2] - Fastest Completion - 558 - Carmelo Agosto


12-14-2018, 10:34 AM

As Terencew pointed out their is set to Integer values should be for ELAPSED TIME this is were @admin staff @TWIN GALAXIES need to correct this, once it is corrected, then other Twin Galaxy members who submit to this track will not have that problem again.

Terencew
Today, 02:21 AM
The submitted time here is obviously unacceptable.
The problem with resubmitting is that the track is still set to accept only integer values, and not the usual hh:mm:ss form.

The other MK speedrun tracks here are already in a suitable format, not sure why this one slipped through.

CARMELO AGOSTO after Twin Galaxy staff fix this problem then re-submit, & ask them to give a free pass on your re-submission for this track

Congratulations on your World Record Time Carmelo Agosto on your re-submission and Welcome to Twin Galaxy

Track M.A.M.E. - Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 [rev 1.2] - Fastest Completion - 5:58 - Carmelo Agost

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