Also, I'm wondering where the wiki poster got the pic of the missing tribble? Going through the gamefiles?
Well I'm not going to accuse anyone of anything but people have been "pigg diving" through Cryptic's game files ever since City of Heroes started six years ago. Different bits of info and pics of things like the Tribbles have always turned up here or there like that.
Strictly speaking doing that kind of thing is forbidden by the EULA... but Cryptic's been known to turn a blind eye to it when it's been of a positive use to the game community at large. For example there are several third party fan-based mods for City of Heroes that improve some of the maps and power icons which have been freely and publicly available from fan websites for many years. Trick of it is that those mods required players to poke around in the game files to figure them out.
To all those complaining about the legibility of my latest flowchart, please take a look at the following text test. I'm trying to figure out what's the minimum size I can get away with and have things be satisfactory. Top row is the original ultra compressed version of the font, bottom row is the extra compressed. Columns are 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20 point. If anyone knows of some other appropriately trekish truetype fonts that are easier on the eyes, please point me to them.
This is just a test, and I make no guarantees I'll redo the chart since I'm not sure I can get it to fit if I bump up the scale too much.
I can read top 18, and bottom 14 and 20. Do you have to use a Trekkish font, even if it makes it hard to read? How about another san-serif like Arial? Or Arial Narrow? If you need to get small, any san-serif should be close enough, as long as it's legible. Look at the difference in a serif font. Compare Georgia 12 & 14. So people should accept a change like Arial if it is legible small.