hmm, well if you open it in hexgrid.lua, it looks like this

im not sure how hexagonal speeds are named, so I just called that "orthogonal".

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im not sure how hexagonal speeds are named, so I just called that "orthogonal".

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We can take the square grid as an analogy—orthogonal goes through the centres of the cell borders, while diagonal goes through the vertices. (Alternatively, orthogonal goes perpendicular to a side while diagonal goes parallel to a side.)

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anythingsonata wrote:July 2nd, 2020, 8:33 pmconwaylife signatures are amazing[citation needed]

This only really applies to small ships but if the trail left behind has a light zigzag on the edges (2 different line slopes) as follows
they're orthogonal whereas more prominent teeth (3 different line slopes)
is an indication of it being diagonal.

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```
x = 25, y = 6, rule = B/S0123456H
20o$b20o$2b20o$3b20o$4b20o$5b20o!
```

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```
x = 19, y = 23, rule = B/S0123456H
14bo$13b2o$12b4o$11b5o$10b7o$9b8o$8b10o$7b11o$6b13o$5b13o$4b13o$3b13o$
2b13o$b13o$13o$b11o$b10o$2b8o$2b7o$3b5o$3b4o$4b2o$4bo!
```

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