That's an interesting thought, CudaBoy.
I almost made a similar crack in the piece, geoduck.
You're welcome, geoduck...
JustCause, that's the point of the anecdote!
There could be something off about these current numbers, to be sure, but note that they're global numbers, not U.S. numbers. In the U.S., Apple has a far greater share of the market than in most other markets. At the same time, Nokia's stronghold was always outside the U.S. back when it was a thing. I suspect there are more Nokia devices with Windows Phone elsewhere.
Great question...didn't try. Doing so now. Hold on. ... ... No. I tried pasting into the name field with a name and address copy pasted, and tried to paste in the address field. In the first case, only the name field was filled out (with a first and last name in the same field :( ). In the latter case, the address was proper but the name was simply gone.
Geoduck, I hadn't noticed that! Related: your delivery and setup was awesome.
That is cool beyond words.
Sorry about that! Added to the article now. Thanks, Mactoid.
It's not in the kingdom where it was written. My fear is that this very article led to MZ to alter the structure of Inferno Events to stop players from being able to do this. But those changes could be an age-of-the-kingdom issue, too. It's possible it's working in newer kingdoms of a few months old, but I don't know. As noted in the article, MZ tweaks and adjusts events constantly. The principles and math discussed in this article remain a good starting point for players who want to optimize in-game Events. Cheers, and happy gaming!