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"Mixed Basket: In order to be able to score in this section you must have one Jumbleberry, one Sugarberry, one Pickleberry, one Moonberry and one Pest. The only possible scores in this section is 15 or 0." This information is incorrect. You do not need a Pest for a Mixed Basket, just one of each kind of berry, and it is possible to score higher than 15. Whichever extra berry you have will count toward your score. I got a Mixed Basket with an extra Moonberry and scored 22. ~Amneris

Great Amneris thank you for letting us know. I will edit the information to reflect this.--ClaraZ25 file:Signature_ClaraZ25.png 19:13, 18 December 2009 (EST)

The Berry Farm Window has been classified as furniture. Are we sure it is not a decoration? ~Amneris

I called it a "decoration" because it hangs on a wall. I use the term "furniture" for things that stand by themselves. Either word is good, I suppose. --FIA  :)

Exactly, but as of right now, it says "furniture." If it hangs on the wall, then I will go change it. Thanks! :) ~Amneris

My Daughter got a prize that I did not see listed. It is a jug of pickle berry juice. It is an object, she put it on her kitchen table. It is a tray with a pitcher and two glasses on it. It is very cute. She got it when she fed her pet a pickleberry. webkinzmomof4

That IS listed on the page, webkinzmomof4 - you can find it listed alphabetically under "Jug" in the "Prizes" section of the page. :) --
--monkeecj File:sysop.jpg 21:34, 26 December 2009 (EST)

I'm trying to sort the prizes into meaningful groups. I broke out the food, putting the juice, the pie slices, and the muffins at the top. I'm thinking that the other prizes should be sorted by whether they are just a random prize or a random and a grand prize. I'd like to put all of the Sugarberry Grand prizes together. All of the Jumbleberry Grand Prizes together, etc. Maybe the chart needs different columns for this? --FIA

I like those changes FIA. They definately make more sense than the way I originally set them up. Personally I think having them all green looks great. --ClaraZ25 file:Signature_ClaraZ25.png 23:04, 30 December 2009 (EST)

I think the 15 game rule for the Jumbleberry Fever Badge is correct - I got it on one account yesterday that had 15 plays, and on the other (that was only up to 14 plays yesterday) today after the 15th game. --
--monkeecj File:sysop.jpg 09:40, 2 January 2010 (EST)

Is there a way to darken the Yellow on the Sugarberry column on the scoring chart? It is hard to read now, and I don't understand how to get into the chart to modify it. Alternatively we could change the columns so they had a background color while the numbers were in black. This is what I did in the Excel document I created to track scores and I found it easier to read than the colored number style.- Learned Hand

I find it easy to read right now--
-- Canonymous File:Sysop.jpg 19:13, 11 January 2010 (EST)

I have to agree with Learned Hand, while the chart is wonderfully done, the yellow is nearly impossible to read. I like the suggestion of a darker color or changing the background so it is more visible. Phoebedad 15 January 2010

I think the 15 game rule to collect the Jumbleberry Fever badge is NOT correct. I have played this game nearly every day since it began (I probably missed a day or two here and there) and did not receive the badge until January 19th after I had played many more times than 15. Is it possible the rule is 15 days in a row instead of 15 days total? Sorry I didn't keep track of which days I played and which days I missed, but I know I played a lot more than 15 times as I've collected more than 150 berries in all. ~~Linus