https://theindiestone.com/forums/index.php?/topic/440-learning-to-use-guns/ - Done. Balance change. Now it is a lot harder to learn using guns without occupation and it use a lot more bullets.
https://theindiestone.com/forums/index.php?/topic/497-npc-relationship-traits/ - Social traits. Need to NPC to work.
https://theindiestone.com/forums/index.php?/topic/836-getting-used-to-zombies/ Not Done. There is mod for that check steam workshop.
Mods: Server mod (some minor display strings and extra admin panels)
Save version: 41.68
I wanted to upgrade the slots on my dedicated server so i decided to use the /save command before shutting the server down.
When rebooting the server we noticed that changes to the map and containers have not been saved.
- A load of buckets that were placed on the floor by a player, these buckets are whitelisted to not despawn ever.
- Items that were moved around in containers in the last 20 minutes before the /save
The server is set to save the map every 30 minutes
Host is nitrado and haven't had complaints so far about save issues, since i use the host's automatic restart feature which seems to save the game before restarting
When i used the /save command it showed the spiffo popup that the game was being saved, when i stopped the server several minutes later i again got the spiffo popup saying that all played data was saved and shutdown safely.
Good day survivors!
While I love the new map additions with b41 stable, I've come to find the power lines along long stretches of road to be a bit of a distracting feature. I'll show a couple of examples to what I mean:
While from the perspective of the camera the lines would look like this, the lines create this distracting illusion of being lines laid along the road, not up in the air due to the isometric perspective. I'd like to propose that the power lines near the character fade away in a similar fashion to the tree I'm standing next to when they're close to me. The fade away would keep the lines being directly atop the character which I've come to find a bit distracting and doesn't look as good. I've only got a small sample size of people I've asked about how the power lines look along roads like this and had a couple in agreement, so I'd thought it make for an interesting discussion if other people get that optical illusion of the lines being on the road. To check that I've got a little video clip below I took of driving along the power lines.
driving along the road shown below: https://i.imgur.com/j93g6zi.mp4
Not all roads are like this, some have the power lines in an orientation that has them off the road and they look amazing driving out in the country and look that much more realistic and beautiful. The road in this video look a lot better, to me anyways.
What are your thoughts? Do you think a fade-away option similar to trees would help with this or make it look better, or do you believe it's fine from the camera's perspective versus the player's perspective?