Quoted from jamescardona:
Yes, yes, yes.
Sorry, I didn't want to make it sound as if you were assisting me in the creation of this. To be clear, all of the NGG2.0 code is my own.
One of the wonderful things about the pinball development community is that it is so small that many of the folks writing code for machines, designing playfields, and doing pinball art all know each other or at least know of each other. With such a small community, many help each other out with answering questions and the like. I wrote NGG2.0 and the credit or blame should be directed at me. Still, I listed a "thank you" page on the attract mode of NGG2.0 and Rosh is there along with a bunch of other names. These are all people who answered questions or gave me pointers when I was learning and developing and I wanted to acknowledge that.
Would I have figured it out on my own? Sure. I have a CS degree. But they saved me a lot of time. Eric, for sure. Gerry and Michael O, obviously. I tried to capture everyone who gave me assistance, but I probably missed a few.[quoted image]
Thanks for the shout out
I totally don't work for Suncoast though, my company is 86pixels and we're a design/engineering house that helps many companies.
Looking forward to updates!