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Fixed in 2018.3.X
Files are duplicated when moving them in Local package
How to reproduce:
1. Extract the attached "LocalPackage-Bug-1114391.zip" folder and open "LocalPackgaeTest" project
2. Go to Packages -> 'My Local Package' and move any file from 'Folder2' to 'Folder1'
Expected result: Files are moved
Actual result: Files are duplicated
Reproducible: 2018.2.20f1, 2018.3.2f1
Not reproducible: 2019.1.0a1, 2019.1.0a14, 2019.2.0a1
Can't reproduce: 2018.2.0b2, because of an error which occured while resolving packages
Fixed in: 2018.3.6f1
- Local package was added in Unity 2018.2.0b2
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Aug 06, 2020 15:30
Then Julia learns of this, realizes how much she and Cindy are similar to one another in appearance. How does she respond? Is she angry? Does she think of herself as a pale imitation of Cindy, and Scott married her because he couldn't have his sister? How does it make her feel? Especially, after she's realized her own submissive nature. Does it make a difference to her? Is she concerned for herself or her husband? In my mind, it went a certain way; the way I portrayed it.
Which brings up another point about my writing process. I don't like just throwing out total fabrications. If Cindy and Scott are going to do something of a sexual nature, how bad will it be? Since he's living with a police officer, Rhonda: wouldn't she have to arrest the perpetrators of any crime she's aware of? So, I looked up the laws regarding incest in California, since I don't live there. Ah ha! It's not incest in California unless there is vaginal penetration, at least in 2019 when I wrote about Cindy. If you don't believe me, look it up yourself. That means, this story can go in different directions than I originally conceived it. Because if it applies to Scott and Cindy, it also apples to Dan and Cindy, and Scott and Sandy, or any other familial relationship. I hadn't looked it up prior to writing about the Memorial Day bash which is why they're so careful not to commit what I considered incest then as later when I had looked it up. The difference was the addition of Rhonda to the story. Having her as a police officer in it means I need to know. So what does that knowledge mean for the characters? That's not to say there isn't an ick factor created by perceived incest even if it were legal. By the comments I receive, people weren't fond of California laws, on the whole, or at least the ones who did hate it, expressed it more.
Jack is another character who began as a mention. The idiot who divorces Lisa, then rapes our two primary slaves. He was a fool to leave her in the first place for no apparent reason. What would he do when he realized how foolish he'd been, seeing his wife so happy not just with another man, but a woman besides.
I also like an element of realism in my stories. Fresno is an obvious real location, with real stores, restaurants, streets, etc. Luigi's is totally made up, a combination of various Italian restaurants I've been to over the years. Trelio's is a real Fresno, high end restaurant, but what happens there is a total fabrication. So is Studio 65 dance studio, which specializes in Latin dancing, but what it looks like and who works there are fabrications. Don't go asking to dance with Ricardo. He's made up. All the people are made up.
The streets I named in Fresno when the gang is tailing Alice's husband are real streets, as are the apartments they found him at, but the rest is malarkey. The Pacific Crest trail is a real trail, but I have no clue if you'd ever see a body of water where Scott, Julia and Lisa rest and play with Sarah. I'm thinking Scott and Julia reside on the East side of Fresno, near Clovis, closer to Yosemite, but it's an imaginary street in a nice neighborhood. The sex toys I talk about are real with the exception of the Slave Trainer. I've used a few, but not nearly all of them, and I don't know how well they all work. If you do some web searches, you sometimes see what appear to be some of the toys described being used by others. I've seen a video by a group called Videodrome on MeWe which appears to be using a Silhouette or Impulse or similar, which is amazing. It's where I conceived of the Impulse scene with Becky.