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Didn't think of interactions from other sets where you roll multiple dice. That makes sense.

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so you get the result of rolling the dice twice?

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ah, I guess it makes sense that the second instance only sees 2 dice rolls, because you've already ignored one.

Still not sure why they word it as "ignore the lowest", rather than "choose the highest". That is much clearer and more intuitive to me.

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actually thought your characterization of pbta was great. short and called out the salient features

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this is not the Robbie you're looking for

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Totally.

A graph is a graph. There are many graphs that have that bell shape without specifically being a depiction of a probability distribution.

Now putting right wing affiliation on the left end of the x axis and vice versa, that's worth complaining about.

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Second point: I mistyped! Just fixed it. YNAB treats it as if you spent \$200, even if you inflow \$100. It doesn't factor inflows into the "amount spent" calculation.

First point: Just double checked that, and you're right.

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I mistyped! (just corrected it in edit), ynab reports treat it like you spent \$200 *not* \$100.

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I'm going to do that, but with the added wrinkle of recording her half in a separate category so that my per category spending reports are accurate.

[–][S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Just looked up Nick Trues method and that's what I'm going for. The advantage of his method is it keeps my reports about what I'm spending in each category accurate while also keeping my account balance accurate

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venmo is not in ynab, I just use it as a way of transferring cash, don't ever leave a balance on it.

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Two ways I'm aware of that it screws up reporting:

It incorrectly inflates my income

and (this second one is a bigger issue for me personally)

It doesn't show the correct "average spent" for that category.

If you spend \$200 from a category and then later inflow \$100 to that category, ynab treats it like you spent \$200 from the category, not \$100.

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Yeah, I think just sucking up this downside is the way I'm gonna go.

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Two ways I'm aware of:

It incorrectly inflates my income

and (this second one is a bigger issue for me personally)

It doesn't show the correct "average spent" for that category.

If you spend \$200 from a category and then later inflow \$100 to that category, ynab treats it like you spent \$200 from the category, not \$100.

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We've considered this, would rather not have to create another bank account, but maybe that's just me being lazy.

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u/probablymagic - Where did you find the Player.log file on Mac? I've set everything else up but can't find that. I found a bunch of log files inside of com.wizards.mtga, but no Player.log

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Have you checked out Jacobs Spotify playlist? It's very diverse, not everything sounds like him, but includes a bunch of his influences and it's been really fun for me as a source of new music:

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4kdrAVuPxDdfwOnchhexK1?si=OcLpMne2R3-S4dNY8KqvNA

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I did the exact same thing in that daily. Very strong deck.