Posts Tagged ‘manuals’

Removed the Forums, added a “Files” page.

Thursday, October 17th, 2013

Since nobody has posted in the forums in years, we have removed them completely. They were making it look like Rhythm Core Alpha was an inactive project, which could not be further from the truth! For those who want to chat with us about Rhythm Core Alpha and Rhythm Core Alpha 2, please visit our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/123510537671498/ .

We’ve added a new “Files” page to hold all of the files we make available to our users. These are mostly PDF versions of all of the manuals in various languages, but it also contains the contents of the press packs for those who wish to write about Rhythm Core Alpha products, something we highly encourage!

Failed Lotcheck Again

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

We failed lotcheck again for some terminology errors in the manual. I wonder why they didn’t complain about them last time? We fixed the terminology errors quickly.

There was also one little thing in pattern recording I wanted to look at. Not a bug, but it seemed odd to me…

Ok, I fixed that up. We could resubmit today, but I think we are going to take a couple of days to check all of the terminology so that we don’t get bounced for this again.

Rhythm Core Alpha 2 has been re-sent to Nintendo Lotcheck…

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

I had to resend the submission package because Nintendo had changed their PGP key and I had used the old one, and because even though E rating says “All Ages” somehow if I click “All Ages” on Nintendo’s form it is wrong even though the form says “E” is 6 and up. Whatever.
So I took the opportunity to clean up a few things in the manuals, and to fix a very small display bug. The callout letters are now properly anti-aliased, and the product code was inserted in the proper place in all the manuals (I forgot about that one!). There was a small chance of the screen being dimmed during a file save that I have now corrected.
Since they didn’t get a chance to evaluate anything, I got to resubmit version 0.0 and so did not have to go to the back of the line again.
Meanwhile, work on the German manuals continues. Page 4 (The Block Screen) tends to go on forever, since that is where most of the action is, but it will be much quicker after that.

Another new Feature for Europe is IN!

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

Finished another new feature for Europe ( and Australia! ) today! Fixed a bunch of bugs relating to the last new feature I added. Tomorrow, I update the manuals and send the new info off for translation.