The mention of coins got me thinking... The uncolored image target size is what the SVG specifies, 1.5" (since it's a common coin size and will scale just fine the other two slightly larger coin sizes). Everything is 1/64" thickness (or more, in the case of the letters).
Three weeks after the US and China agreed to stop "cyber-enabled theft of intellectual property" a new report from CrowdStrike shows that the Communist nation almost immediately broke their word. The sad part is, no one is at all surprised by their findings.
I'm not particularly thrilled about some of the verbiage (specifically: "*approximately* every 15 minutes") for the shard event rules so I'm probably not going to push an update for this weekend's event, rather than risk confusing a bunch of people.
There's a pretty good chance I'll have finally sorted the issues making this thing unreliable on Android 5.1 and higher before the next "normal" anomaly tho'. I just located a new mechanism that might get me around the garbage collector's tendency to murder the timer, and I'm trying a different mechanism entirely for handling the on-screen overlay's updates. So... more coding and more internal testing. (i.e., "I'm not dead, and neither is development")
If I get lucky and figure out the rest of the messes and there is an update after all, the anomaly timers will just show ?:?? during the event, just to make it clear we've got no real idea about when precisely the shard moves will happen.
It sounds like a great place, and then you get there and find out... The facility itself just doesn't exist anymore. No rocks to be ogled, shiny or otherwise.
That having been said, the new business that has taken it's place has pretty good Japanese food.
Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: Poor - FairService: Excellent