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In preparation for an upcoming build, I was going-through the DOF docs and wiki and was wondering, if I could create an Addressable RGB Flipper pair + Addressable RGB Left- and Right-Magnasaves from WS2812s. I'm thinking so, since there are MX types for these. So, out of curiosity, I started checking-out the stats to see which, and how many tables were using the MX types. I was surprised that the number of tables between the regular Flippers and MX Flippers were so different; not sure if this is because they need to be coded in the table scripts, or if someone hasn't yet coded/colored it on the DOF site. I have attached an Excel Spreadsheet noting the differences. What is also a bit unusual (if it's just a matter of entering into the DOF site, is that there are some tables where there is an MX type, but not the regular RGB type, and there are also some tables where the color is different between the two--Cosmic Princess comes to mind, and I think both are actually wrong. I think the color is supposed to be white for the flips (as per photos), but the RGB is YELLOW and the MX is BLUE (I think that's because the flyer has a blue hue to it). MAGNASAVE LEFT RGB missing 1 (i.e., Magnsave Left MX has this) MAGNASAVE LEFT MX missing: 11 MAGNASAVE RIGHT RGB missing 3 MAGNASAVE RIGHT MX missing 14 FLIPPERS RGB missing 5 FLIPPERS MX missing 77 Not sure if this is a mountain of work to get the MX versions in-sync with the regular versions, but these are what I noticed DOF_Button_Spreadsheet.xlsx
Hi, So I've just get some recreations of Stern tables on VPX but I like to modify the physics myself for a better experience sometimes. I've just noticed that even if I copy/paste the same slope, gravity, playfield friction, flippers, rubber posts elasticity, scripts (ball size, mass) settings and so on.. I'm not able to get the same results from one table to another. Is there any other setting involved that I'm missing (table size itself for example?) Kinda weird especially for the overall behavior of the ball.. On some tables It reminds me old VP9 while some others feel really great to play in a more "natural" way. Thanks and have good pinball