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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 2:30 am
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Great article!

Just wondering, why did you present the iteration table with both z:y and y:z? It decreases legibility, or at least, I had a hard time extrapolating from it (to make sure you were correct Coif LoL )


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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 3:05 am
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Thanks!

Well, z:y and y:z do produce 2 different things, even if the same weave, so it shows the complete realm of possibility. I guess I just wanted to be as thorough as possible. Also, that's how it was taught to me by DL.


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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 10:56 am
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Would you mind changing the color or italicing the repetition? It would increase legibility?


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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 11:47 am
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Where specifically? In the first chart? Is it really that bad? I did make a note about handedness and how they're the same weave.


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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 12:14 pm
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First chart.

I know you did, but this would just make your great article better. Smile


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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 5:03 pm
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amazing article btw. the amount of information and work involved is astounding. i don't think many people are going to realize what an awesome free gift this is to the community.



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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 7:02 pm
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Chainmaillebasket: all I can say is that is a great article I had missed that one. I have no problem reading and understanding it.

Karpeth: All I will say is that if you find it confusing write your own article and make it clearer. It is rather presumptuous and rude to belittle someone's work when you are not offering a better solution. . . But we have talked about this in other posts and threads.


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Posted on Wed Dec 16, 2015 8:18 pm
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MusicMan wrote:
Chainmaillebasket: all I can say is that is a great article I had missed that one. I have no problem reading and understanding it.

Karpeth: All I will say is that if you find it confusing write your own article and make it clearer. It is rather presumptuous and rude to belittle someone's work when you are not offering a better solution. . . But we have talked about this in other posts and threads.


Seriously? You are the rude One here. Read.

I presented TWO solutions. I'd like to swear, that's how insulted I am...
This is an almost perfect article.


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Posted on Thu Dec 17, 2015 10:14 pm
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Karpeth wrote:
MusicMan wrote:
Chainmaillebasket: all I can say is that is a great article I had missed that one. I have no problem reading and understanding it.

Karpeth: All I will say is that if you find it confusing write your own article and make it clearer. It is rather presumptuous and rude to belittle someone's work when you are not offering a better solution. . . But we have talked about this in other posts and threads.


Seriously? You are the rude One here. Read.

I presented TWO solutions. I'd like to swear, that's how insulted I am...
This is an almost perfect article.

Karpeth, this is not the first time you have chosen (Yes, it is a choice) to be offended by what others say to you. Please consider taking a deep breath, a step back, read this: How To Talk To People On A Discussion Forum, and then start with a clean slate? I think you will find it will help you, all other members, and the site a great deal.


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Posted on Thu Dec 17, 2015 11:28 pm
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lorraine wrote:
Karpeth wrote:
MusicMan wrote:
Chainmaillebasket: all I can say is that is a great article I had missed that one. I have no problem reading and understanding it.

Karpeth: All I will say is that if you find it confusing write your own article and make it clearer. It is rather presumptuous and rude to belittle someone's work when you are not offering a better solution. . . But we have talked about this in other posts and threads.


Seriously? You are the rude One here. Read.

I presented TWO solutions. I'd like to swear, that's how insulted I am...
This is an almost perfect article.

Karpeth, this is not the first time you have chosen (Yes, it is a choice) to be offended by what others say to you. Please consider taking a deep breath, a step back, read this: How To Talk To People On A Discussion Forum, and then start with a clean slate? I think you will find it will help you, all other members, and the site a great deal.


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Posted on Thu Dec 17, 2015 11:37 pm
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Everybody please chill out.

I found Karpeth's posts civil and in no way belittling.

Also thank you, mithril, that was nice of you to say. Smile


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Posted on Thu Dec 17, 2015 11:59 pm
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Chainmailbasket_com wrote:
Everybody please chill out.

I found Karpeth's posts civil and in no way belittling.

Also thank you, mithril, that was nice of you to say. Smile


Thanks. Smile

I just lost Words...

Anyways, do you need any of the missing weaves, or are you leaving it as is?


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Posted on Fri Dec 18, 2015 12:42 am
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I'm leaving it as is.


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Posted on Sun Dec 20, 2015 8:29 pm
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I should point out, that newly added Kirsti is a form of Alternating (though CLEARLY not balanced) HP 3in1


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Posted on Tue Dec 22, 2015 6:40 am
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Daemon_Lotos wrote:
I should point out, that newly added Kirsti is a form of Alternating (though CLEARLY not balanced) HP 3in1

Yes, that's something I discovered while analyzing the weave while trying to make it with one ring size instead of two. LOOK EVERY ONE! I MADE A PERSIAN WEAVE! Very Happy


One ring size, other side.


The top is two ring sizes. The bottom is one ring size.



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