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posted 15th Feb 2012, 4:12 PM

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15th Feb 2012, 4:12 PM

Dewdee

Should I try a 1 page per 2-3 days release routine instead of the 3 pages at once system?

Next page on Friday ;)

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15th Feb 2012, 4:46 PM

oblivion2k

I would prefer 3 pages at once, and don't mind waiting a little longer for it to be released that way, but I have a feeling most people will want the more frequent updates that come with a 1 page release routine.

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15th Feb 2012, 5:10 PM

Lawelite

agree with this ^^^

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15th Feb 2012, 5:23 PM

Snapplebloom

I think multiple pages at once fits better with comics that involve a story.
I hate getting teased bits and pieces and constantly wondering what's gonna happen next.

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15th Feb 2012, 7:14 PM

Moe Yuseta

PERSONALLY, I rather you so it one page every 2 or 3 days. I actually HATE the 3 pages at once.

I /HATE/ seeing whats the end result of the previous 2 pages that I did not get to see. It's like a major spoiler alert that comes out of the blue and I am forced to cover the screen so the story isn't ruined.

Plus we'd have a steady dose of ponies throughout the week instead of waiting /all/ week. I really don't understand why everyone else wants 3 pages at once- like I said- it's AWFUL, especially with a suspenseful story!

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15th Feb 2012, 8:04 PM

Dewdee

I see other comics using a save system for saving your place in the comic. I'll see if I can tap into that feature too. Should prove a good solution for those who are having trouble with the 3 page system.

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15th Feb 2012, 8:26 PM

Dewdee

God damn it, ripped the code off from elsewhere but it wasn't functioning 8|

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16th Feb 2012, 1:26 AM

Dave Van Domelen

Actually, if you could put the "previous" button above the strip instead of below, three-page chunks wouldn't be so bad. But having to scroll through the last comic in order to go back to the one before it is a reading-order issue.

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16th Feb 2012, 4:35 AM

402f

I just bookmark the archive so I can directly go to the first page I haven't read.

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16th Feb 2012, 12:17 PM

Maklak

Several pages once a week worked better for me. That way I get a bigger chunk of the story at once. I keep http://mlp-fib.thecomicseries.com/ in open browser tab, and have no problem with spoilers.

About this comic: That's quite a jump from Twilight covered in blood to Pinkie creepy room, but You needed a scene with Pinkie and scared Rainbow Dash next. Pinkie is both random and insane. I don't even think she is faking it.

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16th Feb 2012, 2:38 PM

Dewdee

Well time-skipping is a perfectly valid form of storytelling :D I did set up the scene on the previous page with Pinkie running off.

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16th Feb 2012, 2:36 PM

Dewdee

Sticking to a 3 page release cycle then. I may not have 3 done by Friday. I will try to better accomodate readers who want to use the last page link for their reading, but with limited access to the source code for the website's scripts, I can't completely alter this stuff.

I recommend using the archive page for the time being if you want to avoid spoilers.

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2nd Mar 2012, 8:14 AM

Benjamin Lopez

Promise of violence. Yay!

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