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  1. #2476
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    A quick search during break time at work revealed the answer. I swear, it was break time. Well, close to break anyway. It was Friday at least.

    Getting rid of the pointed ears was all it took, and there I was thinking I was being creative.

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    *Starts looking around for avatars he can use to make people guess.*

  3. #2478
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    I'm guessing yours has something to do with web development?

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    guess mine plzkthx.

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    that's the funny thing at the start of sheet music isn't it(trebble something or other)?

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    A treble clef sign superimposed with a bass clef sign.

    (w00t! My degree in music education finally has a use!)
    "Please give us a simple answer, so that we don't have to think, because if we think, we might find answers that don't fit the way we want the world to be."
    ~ Terry Pratchett in Nation

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogDog
    A treble clef sign superimposed with a bass clef sign.

    (w00t! My degree in music education finally has a use!)
    winnar.

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    Not quite. The technical terms would be G clef and F clef. Whether they are treble and bass depend on which line they are situated. If the G clef is situated on the bottom line of the staff, then it is the French Violin clef. If the F clef is placed on the middle line of a staff, it is baritone; if on the top line, it is, I believe, the contrabass clef. (I'm not quite sure).

    W00t for obscure musical knowledge!

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    While you are correct for older musical notation, in all modern notation (i.e., the last couple centuries), the G clef is used for the treble clef and the F clef is used for the bass clef. The only clef that still wanders is the C clef, and is rarely found now being used for anything other than the viola.
    "Please give us a simple answer, so that we don't have to think, because if we think, we might find answers that don't fit the way we want the world to be."
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    Nitpickery is the soul of trivia. My point stands.

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    This thread is sadly dead. I intend to revive it by giving you an easy round of "Guess the Avatar!"

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    I nominate myself for the first contestant!

    Is it... a kitchen or bathroom floor tile pattern?

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    Nope. Here's a hint: The fact that I got this idea is proof that I have no life.

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    It kind of looks like a little shot from FontStruct. Maybe?

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    Nope. Way, way off.

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