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Hello Guys! Recently I'm playing PZ extensively with my Girlfriend and because I have 3 monitor's I always have the map (http://map.projectzomboid.com/) open on one of the other monitor's. One thing that annoyed me was that even in borderless window mode I had to click out of PZ to move the map to see everything I wanted. Finding the position of your player was also a bit annoying, so one night I sat down and started programming and PZTracker was the result. PZTracker connects the online map to the game. The map will follow your player position if you like and you can move around (arrow k
I understand change isometric view can't be considered, so I read many post giving low-CPU suggestions : weather, presence and quality loots, doors, water (beyond 3D, a better texture, Until i saw map i thought water just was a glich from border map... ). Maybe animate trees, or flying paper in town (i saw this in a GTA, but can't remember wich one, a very impressive effect of dirty suburbs due to flying paper) can give a living stamp to the world whitout changing world engine ? there is possibilites, but i can only speculate on GPU/CPU usage : - use "3D layer" other than for p