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Looks nice. Would it be possible to make a "cut" in a timeline? In the "Ancient galactic history" nothing interesting happens in a long time, and that space could be better used. — SvdB 12:39, 9 July 2006 (CEST)
- Thanks. Afaik, there isn't a way to make a "cut". It certainly would be nice in that and a few other timelines that I've thought about doing. There might be a way to nearly do it, by doing two separate timelines and putting them nearly on top of one another, but I'm not sure how that would look or work. Or I could manually add in the years and a cut on the timescale, a bit of work but probably the most aesthetically pleasing way to do it. I'm also curious how the "Ancient galactic history" would look vertically.
- Just to throw it out there, these are the timelines that I'm considering/working on:
- Ancient galactic history
- Ur-Quan conflict
- Human specific history - might change this to a vertical timeline
- Prelude to the conflict/recent galactic history - The few ET events prior to the conflict, possibly going back several thousand years.
- Granted that last one is maybe going a little overboard, but I've got a new hammer and everything looks like a nail. --Fyzixfighter 19:21, 9 July 2006 (CEST)
- OK, I was able to do something that kind of added in a cut. The only problem was that I couldn't find a way to get rid of the automated numbers along the horizontal time axis, hence the ugly black line across the bottom. I also wasn't able to figure out a way to show the cut on the time axis itself, but I'm still playing with it. --Fyzixfighter 08:57, 10 July 2006 (CEST)