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NeonKnight

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Re: Errata Discussion Thread - Questions HERE, not in Errata Threads
« Reply #930 on: 08 December 2019, 10:41:23 »
I think that's identical to the problem Sartris pointed out, it's just that he shifted his books to line up the art.  If you look at the top of his image, you can see the top of one book is higher than the other.

Could be...and why folks shouldn't post incomplete pics. ;)

I looked at his pic and initially thought, Hmm...my books are the same height.
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Re: Errata Discussion Thread - Questions HERE, not in Errata Threads
« Reply #931 on: 08 December 2019, 10:50:47 »
Could be...and why folks shouldn't post incomplete pics. ;)

i figured the red box clearly highlighting that the tops of the books didn't line up was sufficient

my bad

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Re: Errata Discussion Thread - Questions HERE, not in Errata Threads
« Reply #932 on: 08 December 2019, 10:51:54 »
It's the internet... belt AND suspenders! ::)

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Re: Errata Discussion Thread - Questions HERE, not in Errata Threads
« Reply #933 on: 08 December 2019, 11:46:37 »
i figured the red box clearly highlighting that the tops of the books didn't line up was sufficient

my bad

I'll be honest...when I look at that I think "hey, one book is taller that the other. But looking at mine side-by-each I see now what you were showing.
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