Talk:CTR N. Gin Labs
I’ve had a few conversations with people including the creator himself about this track. I wanted to add a seizure warning because of certain parts of the track, mainly the blue tunnel, and some people don’t think it’s necessary to add one because they think the tunnel isn’t that bright, but I disagree. The tunnel gave me a migraine, and now I’m not sure whether to add a seizure warning or not. Tpointer56 (talk) 15:38, 22 July 2018 (UTC)
- Turn down the brightness on your TV/Computer screen. LOL. Jk. Tigerman (talk) 20:00, 22 July 2018 (UTC)
This looks like a cheat code war. I was criticized about my extensive Wiki usage to define the Extended presence flags. But I did it to allow other users to gave me hints. And some persons do so.
And here there is a total different way: There are 2 not compatible cheat codes for the same thing, but a good technical annex was not published. I hope, that both authors find a good final solution for it.
Anyway, I suggest that a track editor can select 2 variants of the definition, that differs in execution if no cheat code is available:
- Oob is enabled by default.
- Oob is enabled by default, but disabled if a cheat code is available. I think, this is already possible (at least with Riidefi's version).
- Oob is disabled by default: This can for example be done by using a KCL effect, that is interpreted by the cheat code like the conditional KCL for OOb.