> I also agree that the descriptions are confusing.
I haven't read the descriptions myself.
> Took me a while to figure out why I was only seeing 7 bits on the left side of the
> images. Didnt realize that the first bar was connected to the 1st bits.
Since I'm not sure what you mean here, there must be something confusing going on. I think there are always 8 bits on the left side and 8 bits on the right side? Hopefully this is the case. I believe s_bastian used an automated image splitter, so it may have shifted in some cases.
> To make things easier, I suggest you overlay at least one image, or partial image,
> with actual values over the bits. That will show visually, without any need for
> description, of how things are supposed to be recorded.
This would totally help, yeah.
> Also, instead of writing Gutter, the letter G should suffice. Theres no reason to
> make people type even more than they absolutely have to.
You don't actually have to type GUTTER. Just do two carriage returns there.
> In your description, you list the red line as the gutter... which does not make
> sense. In the image, the red line separates the left bits from the right... which is
> good, cause it helps visually break up the image. Last time I had to tape a piece of
> string on my monitor to achieve this same thing - which sucked, as it left tape
> residue behind.
Yeah, we should change that to separator or something. Glad it's useful to ya!
> I believe you meant to say that the blank horizontal rows that have no bits at all,
> are gutters. Such as Ive noticed between rows 7 & 8.
> You also do not say if gutter is supposed to be written before row zero, and after
> row 15. And, are gutters really needed to be written? If they are all the same, then
> why bother to write them in?
Not needed. That should be easy for s_bastian to change on the page. Thank you too for the bits!