Hello! I am Lucky Biscuit. I am a fellow Toontown Rewritten Player. I have a question. I can't go into the phase files or download them so I wanna know if you can help me by sharing some Clothes Files (Both Shirts and Pants, Like Flippy's Outfit, Toon Trooper Outfit, Etc.) through a simple comment on the Message Wall as a PNG. If you can do that then that would be great! Thank you.
But the two pictures look the same to me. How can you tell the difference? (By the way, I looked at it on the Wayback Machine. Sometimes the Wiki makes the pictures super small for no reason. Maybe it actually has something to do with how many people view the thing at the same time, but direct links to File:Bypass Landing SBHQ Cryptic from AA.jpg are pretty hard to read. (< This isn't a direct link btw.)
was written in 68k Assembly. Is that just something you happen to know, or can you get a source for it?...
I don't know much about 68k Assembly, so I can't tell, and I kinda want to know what that code means. :P
If you don't respond, I'll probably leave it as it is for now, but I'm still curious.
And by the way, Lisosaurus (known as ~Bad Luck~ at the time) posted a picture in 2013 on the same website as you did, and her picture doesn't work anymore. (I put the picture on this Wiki though.) Not sure why this happened, but be careful about submitting your pictures there I guess.
Ahh, thank you for the hint on the site upload, I actually grabbed that from the mmocf posting, so I should cite it.
The other information:
68k is an form of assembly, http://68k.hax.com/ <-- this page shows a list of commands used in the language. all of the commands used in the post are shown here. I've also taken a course in assembly language so my prior knowledge helped a bit. :)
The two images are different sizes, and so I wanted to double check them. there is a VERY subtle difference in the quality, and how they are made. You can check an exif viewer of both of them (http://regex.info/exif.cgi) and compare the output. One has more identification of work done on it. But the main identifier is looking at them. If you look at the coloured gadget to the right of the gauge that Surlee is holding, and flip quickly back-and-forth between the pictures, there is a noticable difference in quality. :)