Vienna is worth a trip!

Discussion in 'Pyra News' started by EvilDragon, Sep 20, 2016.

  1. Neelix

    Neelix Insecticidal Maniac

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    Achilles and the tortoise was the one that came to mind. :oops:
    Edit: That said, the Dichotomy paradox is actually a better fit. Same idea, but with a fixed target.

    -Neelix
     
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  2. Linux-SWAT

    Linux-SWAT Hardcore Member

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    It wasn't a tortoise, it was an eel.
     
  3. Da Dude

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    offtopic. Best Vienna Cover imo.

    ED. Thanks for the update. Thanks for al the inside info. always great to read what's going on!
     
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  4. xnopasaranx

    xnopasaranx Superbad!

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    Really? I am failry certain that zeno explicitly mentions a tortoise.

    OT awesome news. the instability sounds like an annoying issue, but you guys have fixed stuff like that regularly in the past, so I am sure you'll find out what's going awry there soon. I wish I could have been in vienna drinking a beer with you guys!

    @EvilDragon: you (or someone whose party you'd attend should host one) should host a release party so we can come and celebrate and meet some of the community, when it's done.
     
  5. Hồng Thất Công

    Hồng Thất Công Đả Cẩu Bổng Pháp

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    That's my heart pounding...
     
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  6. levi

    levi Still fresh, damnit!

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    Curiously, I've always found that due to the Pandora's odd-looking domed keycaps, I always tend to hit it near the top/middle, and tend to press directly down (perhaps mainly due to the way I'm holding it). On the remote control next to me now with rectangular buttons, it's easy for me to press one corner of a button and make the rubber support deform asymmetrically, and not be sure whether I've actually pressed it or not.

    I'm confident the ED will make sure the Pyra's more flat lozenge buttons won't have any problems like the cheap remote control for my TV though.
     
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    levi Still fresh, damnit!

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