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Fuji Tamura
Martyr's Vengence
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:39:00 - [661]
 

I'll wait a couple of hours....I remember a patch ccp did that when uploaded deleted a file on your computer and would not allow you to restart your computer...

From CCP, something like: OPPS!..by the way DO NOT TURN YOUR COMPUTER OFF..make sure you have this file (blah blah blah) Sorry about that...Good Luck!

Daal OrlaanaTor
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:39:00 - [662]
 

Originally by: Nerodia Crotalus
I'd like to throw a comment out here for the children who play this game and have no concept of how "real life" works...

For those of you who've never bought a house (as I have) or a car (as I have x4) or a computer (as I have x~5) or have a credit card (as I have.... ...lots) read carefully:

When your brand new car has an electronics problem or a misfire, or your new house springs a leak, or your new computer blue-screens, you MIGHT have warranties for repair or free service or whatnot, but YOU STILL HAVE TO PAY YOUR DEBT ON THAT ITEM WHILE IT'S BEING FIXED!!! I'd love to see ANY of you take your Chevy Cavalier (you loser) into the dealership and demand a reduced payment that month because "it needed fixed and I couldn't use it."

YES, you pay for EVE - YES, sometimes it gets broken and needs fixed, YES you'll still pay your monthly payment(s) because THAT'S LIFE. Now, granted, you might never make it out of mommy and daddy's basement (or attic, for those of you more worthless than others) and come to know this real life I speak of, but trust me - it's out there, it's real, and the only difference between EVE and, oh, I dunno, Wells Fargo, is that HERE, on THESE forums, SOMEONE might actually respond to you.

Now quit *****ing and go get dressed - you don't want to be late to your shift at McDonalds...

/rant


Just to say that some of the people who were complaining may not be children, indeed they may have a similar status to you, but they have perhaps made the difference between a real world debt for a tangible item and a charge paid in advance for a service. Your analogy is slightly inaccurate: it may have more weight if you compared EVE with a cable service. If you cannot watch your favourite TV shows for 24-hours you won't be too happy and because providers know that you have a choice, so (assuming they're decent), you would be credited the lost time at the end of the billing period.

Personally, I don't mind the wait, although it is frustrating. EVE is ambitious in its aims and that's why I like it.

Having said that, telling everyone it's going to be down for 24 hours, then crediting everyone with an extra day's play would be my choice for future updates...24-hour PLEX anybody? ;-) . Plenty of time to get things right and a huge fanbase dribbling to play after a day without their fix...

Peace Cool

David Grogan
Gallente
The Motley Crew Reborn
Warped Aggression
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:40:00 - [663]
 

now that the eve client will be using 64bit id tags does that mean stacked items will no longer be limited to 2147483647 units? due to 2147483647 being that max number of available ids of the old 32bit system?

Daal OrlaanaTor
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:42:00 - [664]
 

Originally by: Daal OrlaanaTor
Originally by: Nerodia Crotalus
I'd like to throw a comment out here for the children who play this game and have no concept of how "real life" works...

For those of you who've never bought a house (as I have) or a car (as I have x4) or a computer (as I have x~5) or have a credit card (as I have.... ...lots) read carefully:

When your brand new car has an electronics problem or a misfire, or your new house springs a leak, or your new computer blue-screens, you MIGHT have warranties for repair or free service or whatnot, but YOU STILL HAVE TO PAY YOUR DEBT ON THAT ITEM WHILE IT'S BEING FIXED!!! I'd love to see ANY of you take your Chevy Cavalier (you loser) into the dealership and demand a reduced payment that month because "it needed fixed and I couldn't use it."

YES, you pay for EVE - YES, sometimes it gets broken and needs fixed, YES you'll still pay your monthly payment(s) because THAT'S LIFE. Now, granted, you might never make it out of mommy and daddy's basement (or attic, for those of you more worthless than others) and come to know this real life I speak of, but trust me - it's out there, it's real, and the only difference between EVE and, oh, I dunno, Wells Fargo, is that HERE, on THESE forums, SOMEONE might actually respond to you.

Now quit *****ing and go get dressed - you don't want to be late to your shift at McDonalds...

/rant


Just to say that some of the people who were complaining may not be children, indeed they may have a similar status to you, but they have perhaps made the difference between a real world debt for a tangible item and a charge paid in advance for a service. Your analogy is slightly inaccurate: it may have more weight if you compared EVE with a cable service. If you cannot watch your favourite TV shows for 24-hours you won't be too happy and because providers know that you have a choice, so (assuming they're decent), you would be credited the lost time at the end of the billing period.

Personally, I don't mind the wait, although it is frustrating. EVE is ambitious in its aims and that's why I like it.

Having said that, telling everyone it's going to be down for 24 hours, then crediting everyone with an extra day's play would be my choice for future updates...24-hour PLEX anybody? ;-) . Plenty of time to get things right and a huge fanbase dribbling to play after a day without their fix...

Peace Cool


Crap looks like two other people said the same as me while I was writing my reply. Do I feel stupid? ugh Sorry for the spam Sad

PhenomX4x
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:45:00 - [665]
 

uhm, I installed the update ~15.6mb? anyway it said: Reboot so I reboot ye? and then i start EVE (after rebooting) and eve is like: your missing a file, you probably installed a patch so you have to reboot,, Im like..: Again?


is this, good? bad? error?

Zirkana Doveru
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:46:00 - [666]
 

Woot! Managed to get my courier contract that was one hour overdue done. Guess the guy hasn't managed to log in yet, since there was only about 40M worth of crap in his 250M collateral contract.

Surricane
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:47:00 - [667]
 


CCP Zymurgist


Gallente
C C P
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:48:00 - [668]
 

Originally by: David Grogan
now that the eve client will be using 64bit id tags does that mean stacked items will no longer be limited to 2147483647 units? due to 2147483647 being that max number of available ids of the old 32bit system?


Good question, The answer is no. Stack limit has not changed Sad. Chribba's Veldspar will be sad.

DeODokktor
Caldari
Dark Templars
The Fonz Presidium
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:49:00 - [669]
 

Originally by: Benjamin Hamburg
Maybe having a second server would help. The two server would be in network and act as one, but when an update is needed, you shut down the first to work on it and let the second up and running.

This would cost a lot, but since everybody here seems to complain about necessary patch I dont think there would be anything else to do.

By the way this game is really nice so I dont care waiting for it ti be better!

See ya in space


Lol @ Guy who thinks eve is run on a single dell computer :P

Ashireka
Minmatar
Robot Pirate Ninja Corporation
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:50:00 - [670]
 

Originally by: Mimulouse
Originally by: Ashireka

Unless you live in Arizona, you're not on PST, you're on PDT. Daylight savings doesn't end until this coming weekend, IIRC. Plus, the dates on the forums are timestamped in UTC (EVE Time), so if you could always tell by that...

-Ash




HOW DARE YOU! Arizona is ALWAYS on MST. We are NEVER on PDT. :D


My bad, I wasn't sure how far east Pacific time went. But at least I knew you never had DST. ;)

-Ash


Skex Relbore
Gallente
Red Federation
RvB - RED Federation
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:51:00 - [671]
 

Edited by: Skex Relbore on 02/11/2010 17:54:26
Edited by: Skex Relbore on 02/11/2010 17:53:16
Originally by: Daal OrlaanaTor


Just to say that some of the people who were complaining may not be children, indeed they may have a similar status to you, but they have perhaps made the difference between a real world debt for a tangible item and a charge paid in advance for a service. Your analogy is slightly inaccurate: it may have more weight if you compared EVE with a cable service. If you cannot watch your favourite TV shows for 24-hours you won't be too happy and because providers know that you have a choice, so (assuming they're decent), you would be credited the lost time at the end of the billing period.

Personally, I don't mind the wait, although it is frustrating. EVE is ambitious in its aims and that's why I like it.

Having said that, telling everyone it's going to be down for 24 hours, then crediting everyone with an extra day's play would be my choice for future updates...24-hour PLEX anybody? ;-) . Plenty of time to get things right and a huge fanbase dribbling to play after a day without their fix...

Peace Cool


Show's how little you know about how content and connections are provided or how Service Level Agreements work.

It's all in the EULA.

There is no promise implied or otherwise that you will have constant access to the service. It is spelled out plainly that there will be downtimes for system maintenance as well as emergency repairs and that you are not eligible for compensation in the case of such outages.

You'll find that your cable company has similar language in the contract you signed with them. And further if you should lose your cable service for 24 hours because some idiot contractor with a backhoe took out a major fiber trunk you most certainly will not be getting a credit on your service.

Now stop acting like a little baby and HTFU.

DeODokktor
Caldari
Dark Templars
The Fonz Presidium
Posted - 2010.11.02 17:54:00 - [672]
 

Originally by: Takashi Amarr
Only 15mb? o_O Smaller than i thought,


Server side patches and client patches are not the same thing..
The day we get 2 gig patches is probably the day the server gets 5 meg patches.. The day we get 5 meg patches is probably the day the server gets 10 meg patches ;)..

rubicradz
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:02:00 - [673]
 

i know i defend ccp and it over 30 mins since they said eve would be bad online, and no update. ccp you were doing so well, now you you just plan screwed up!!

Mei'Keen Banks
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:03:00 - [674]
 

Question about the "The Standings page now only reports standings, and not contacts." patch note.... What exactly does this mean?

Rendini
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:05:00 - [675]
 

Edited by: Rendini on 02/11/2010 18:22:12
Edited by: Rendini on 02/11/2010 18:11:03
Can't get the game to work. I'll open up the client and it will say "The update has been downloded. The client will now close and the update process will begin". Then nothing.

edit: looks like the installer is running in the background, but I can't see it at all.

edit #2: restarted comp fixed

Dharh
Gallente
Ace Adventure Corp
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:17:00 - [676]
 

Originally by: CCP Zymurgist
Originally by: David Grogan
now that the eve client will be using 64bit id tags does that mean stacked items will no longer be limited to 2147483647 units? due to 2147483647 being that max number of available ids of the old 32bit system?


Good question, The answer is no. Stack limit has not changed Sad. Chribba's Veldspar will be sad.


Will it ever be changed? Maybe not the full 2^63, cause damn that's a huge number, but maybe just 2^32 or 2^33. I like snarky numbers.

Sig Karillion
Amarr
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:19:00 - [677]
 

Still getting "Incompatible version"......

Rendini
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:21:00 - [678]
 

try restarting comp

captin somecrap
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:25:00 - [679]
 

were do i get patch or dose it automaticly start when you type pass code

captin somecrap
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:27:00 - [680]
 


Karia Sur
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:39:00 - [681]
 

Is it just me, or is everything ever so slightly sluggish? Dragging items, clicking and getting the item to operate etc. etc. Its not instantaneous like it was, sometimes taking 3 seconds now before the action happens.

Soh To
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:47:00 - [682]
 

Originally by: Karia Sur
Is it just me, or is everything ever so slightly sluggish? Dragging items, clicking and getting the item to operate etc. etc. Its not instantaneous like it was, sometimes taking 3 seconds now before the action happens.


It's just you. EVE hates you.

Karia Sur
Posted - 2010.11.02 18:49:00 - [683]
 

Originally by: Soh To
Originally by: Karia Sur
Is it just me, or is everything ever so slightly sluggish? Dragging items, clicking and getting the item to operate etc. etc. Its not instantaneous like it was, sometimes taking 3 seconds now before the action happens.


It's just you. EVE hates you.


it needs to get in the Q then.

CCP Adida


C C P
C C P Alliance
Posted - 2010.11.02 19:15:00 - [684]
 

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Derrick'DelBoy'Tr0tter
Posted - 2010.11.02 19:15:00 - [685]
 

Windows still not stacking correctly, sigh.
Dragging cargo container window onto wreck container it stays till you close the windows, next time you try the window is reset to default position :(
CCP have had 7 attempts at fixing and still doesnt work.
Seriously is it that difficult a fix ?


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