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For oscillators and spaceships, the bounding box can refer to the bounding box that contains the object in all phases of its period.  This is what we usually use in the infobox. For example, [[weekender]], which has a minimum bounding box of 16x10, has a "total" bounding box of 18x12. For the loafer, this is a 10x10 bounding box.<br/>~[[User:Sokwe|Sokwe]] 05:09, 18 March 2013 (UTC)
 
For oscillators and spaceships, the bounding box can refer to the bounding box that contains the object in all phases of its period.  This is what we usually use in the infobox. For example, [[weekender]], which has a minimum bounding box of 16x10, has a "total" bounding box of 18x12. For the loafer, this is a 10x10 bounding box.<br/>~[[User:Sokwe|Sokwe]] 05:09, 18 March 2013 (UTC)
  
: Sorry,I  didn't notice that. And I think it necessary to put out an notice on that. [[User:Zhuyifei1999|Zhuyifei1999]] 11:23, 18 March 2013 (UTC)
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: Sorry,I  didn't notice that. And I think it necessary to put on an notice on that. [[User:Zhuyifei1999|Zhuyifei1999]] 11:23, 18 March 2013 (UTC)

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Bounding box

For oscillators and spaceships, the bounding box can refer to the bounding box that contains the object in all phases of its period. This is what we usually use in the infobox. For example, weekender, which has a minimum bounding box of 16x10, has a "total" bounding box of 18x12. For the loafer, this is a 10x10 bounding box.
~Sokwe 05:09, 18 March 2013 (UTC)

Sorry,I didn't notice that. And I think it necessary to put on an notice on that. Zhuyifei1999 11:23, 18 March 2013 (UTC)