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Lady Natacha
Minmatar
Water and Power
Posted - 2007.06.15 01:52:00 - [91]
 

CCP, PLEASE!!!

Consider testing all this stuff for at least 2 more weeks before deploying, especially if the list of bugs on the known issues page has not been resolved completely.




Velsharoon
Gallente
Arcane Velshologies
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:00:00 - [92]
 

*snip* Don't troll. If you don't like the patch say it in a positive manner -Eldo

Kylegar
Caldari
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:03:00 - [93]
 

Whos Fedo, and why is it required we finish for him to live?!?

Arggam
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:04:00 - [94]
 

To any GM's monitoring this thread:

I have a standing of 9.65 with my highest faction atm and I am closing on the 2 run navy BS offer with the cosmos/faction agent.
With the coming changes to agents, I am slightly nervous about any possible changes to the above.

Are there going to be any changes to the above faction standing trade-in cosmos agents or will it remain the same?

William Hamilton
Caldari
Endless Destruction
Imperial 0rder
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:05:00 - [95]
 

^Not who, what.

They're like sea urchins, but slimier, and not in the sea.


Now, 2 things.

1) For those complaining about organisation of goods in transport, can't oyu just use courier contracts to make nifty custom-size containers?

2)Tech II probe launchers! OMGZORZ!!! Can we be provided the stats, preeety please!!!

Baron Steiger
Caldari
Point-Zero
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:13:00 - [96]
 

Changes to user settings, capture and logs :

* In Windows XP & Windows 2000: User Settings :
C:\Documents and Settings\%user%\Local Settings\Application Data\CCP\EVE
* Capture and logs:
C:\Documents and Settings\%user%\My Documents\EVE

* In Windows Vista : User settings :
C:\Users\%user%\AppData\Local\CCP\EVE
* Capture and logs:
C:\Users\%user%\Documents\EVE

Has anything been done to ensure that data from the test server doesn't overwrite data from the real server?

Di Jiensai
Gallente
Domination.
THE KLINGONS
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:24:00 - [97]
 

Quote:
Fixed a problem where the calculator would lag, and some button presses would be lost.


\o/ Thank you! now my good old Sharp PC-E500S can retire again.

Mysticaa
Gallente
Fringe Roamers of Goa
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:27:00 - [98]
 

Quote:
Tech 2 Ammo can now be invented


Does this include mining crystals?

Dowey
Caldari
Pizza Duo
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:28:00 - [99]
 

Originally by: Lady Natacha
CCP, PLEASE!!!

Consider testing all this stuff for at least 2 more weeks before deploying, especially if the list of bugs on the known issues page has not been resolved completely.






/signed

Ethion
Muppet Factory
WE FORM VOLTRON
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:38:00 - [100]
 

carrier and mothership fights on the fight lines will be just like teh movies with triage mode,WOOT!!

plasmaster
Cryogenic Consultancy
Black Sun Alliance
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:48:00 - [101]
 

did you fix the email length issue? would help instead of having to send multipart emails or using rl email.

really surprised this patch is coming out soon, seemed like most of this stuff was just being talked about then boom its coming out tuesday

Hellman109
Gallente
Advanced Security And Asset Protection
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:57:00 - [102]
 

Just a bit of a bugbear of mine...

"Client Changes
Changes to user settings, capture and logs :

In Windows XP & Windows 2000:
User Settings :
C:\Documents and Settings\%user%\Local Settings\Application Data\CCP\EVE
Capture and logs:
C:\Documents and Settings\%user%\My Documents\EVE
In Windows Vista :
User settings :
C:\Users\%user%\AppData\Local\CCP\EVE
Capture and logs:
C:\Users\%user%\Documents\EVE
"

These are wrong, purly because the user name does not always match the profile path of that user.

Cases where username and profile parth name come out of whack:
Change of username
Old profile becomes corrupt
Folder already exists when logging in as that user
And if you change the documents and settings path (wont be c:\users or c:\documents and settings as it has)
C: doesnt hold windows (and therfore default profiles path isnt on c:)

The correct paths should be changed as per below, because they will be correct in all cases:

In Windows XP & Windows 2000:
User Settings :
%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\CCP\EVE
Capture and logs:
%userprofile%\My Documents\EVE
In Windows Vista :
User settings :
%userprofile%\AppData\Local\CCP\EVE
Capture and logs:
%userprofile%\Documents\EVE

Not a biggie, but I did notice it

murder one
Gallente
Death of Virtue
MeatSausage EXPRESS
Posted - 2007.06.15 02:57:00 - [103]
 

Originally by: Jimer Lins
Couple of questions about the onboard scanner. I've spent a long time working on my exploration skills and I don't want to see them become useless- the oboard scanner has a 5AU range, better than the most long-range exploration probe except the multispec.

Given it's extremely short scan time, even with a cripplingly low 25 points of sensor strength, I wonder if it'll be practical to simply take a noobchar in a starter frigate to every planet in a system and scanspam to find higher end content.

You'd have a small chance of finding something and with a scan time of 30 seconds, you'd be able to do 10 scans in the time it takes a moderately accomplished exploration pilot to do one.

Only time will tell, but I don't want to see the free scanner become a cheap and effective alternative to the dedication it takes to do real exploration properly.

Given how small the sensor strength is, I'm not *too* worried about this, and can actually see how it might be useful for normal explorers to quickly eliminate hits that are low-end which they'd otherwise waste time scanning down.

Still- 5AU? Seems kind of long range.





So basically you're whining because you're worried that the upcoming change as somehow mitigated your investment in probing skills in some way shape or form.

*This comment has been removed - please allow others to express their opinions without insulting them or resorting to personal attacks - Timmeh*

The new built in scanner will allow players who do not have a probe launcher fitted to their ship to find the new exploration style complexes that were once the static complexes etc.

In no way will the new built-in scanner be able to locate any of the traditional exploration content. That will always be the domain of probes.

murder one
Gallente
Death of Virtue
MeatSausage EXPRESS
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:02:00 - [104]
 

Originally by: Slate Fistcrunch
"Attacking the starbase of a war target in high security space would occasionally result in a global criminal flag. This no longer occurs."

Does this mean that hi-sec research towers are now vulnerable to war-decs? Surely you would've given the community more warning than a single sentence buried in the patch notes.

Everyone knows lab slots are overloaded in empire. Research towers are an (expensive) way to overcome the problem. If you allow them to be pirated in hi sec with a war dec you are landing a crippling blow on the industrial side of the player base. They don't even work properly yet; you can't allow others to rent out your research slots and copying / invention from within the alliance is horribly bugged as you should know from the many "move my items out of his lab" petitions.

That whole "let invention help the T2 market," yeah that will be given a huge setback by the primary source of copy slots being put at risk if I read your patch notes correctly.


Got it in one! All you scumbag carebears will now be open for war decs. To the noob corps! Flee like the cowards you are!

Salvis Tallan
Gallente
Sparse Enterprises
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:17:00 - [105]
 

While I am all for the personal wallet exports (Woot!), Please Please Please tell me its gonig to say What item you purchased and How Many, and not simply, 'You puchased an item from X at Y isk"

William Hamilton
Caldari
Endless Destruction
Imperial 0rder
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:20:00 - [106]
 

Originally by: murder one
Originally by: Jimer Lins
[snip[





So basically you're whining because you're worried that the upcoming change as somehow mitigated your investment in probing skills in some way shape or form.

[snip]


Not even that, good probing skills can get you down to around 100 seconds on exploration probes, and with a MUCH better scan strength, furthermore you can deploy and scan with multiple probes simultaneously.

Not to mention the new tech II probe launchers *salivates*

Matuk Grymwal
Firebird Squadron
Terra-Incognita
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:24:00 - [107]
 

I found this one interesting:
Quote:
Logging out inside a starbase forcefield will now not activate an emergency warp, provided that you have rights to stay inside the forcefield.


Also as posted above what is a fedo?

Dei
Amarr
Mamaleek
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:26:00 - [108]
 

I like the non-emergency warp when logging in a POS bubble - very nice.

The deployment does seem a little early however, considering some of these changes only made their way onto the test server yesterday. ugh

Konquera McCall
Acme Import Export
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:27:00 - [109]
 

Originally by: CCP kieron

The attributes of Nosferatu modules have been modified. How? The Undead prefer to keep their secrets.


Zoinks!

Shurikane
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:29:00 - [110]
 

Originally by: Slate Fistcrunch
"Attacking the starbase of a war target in high security space would occasionally result in a global criminal flag. This no longer occurs."

Does this mean that hi-sec research towers are now vulnerable to war-decs? Surely you would've given the community more warning than a single sentence buried in the patch notes.


Even with high-sec towers being fair game for wardec attack, I don't think it'll make the job that hard on you.

Suppose you get decced by the usual run of the mill everyday corp. The worse they can throw at you are battleships. A handful of POS turrets can quickly dispose of these. At worst, you offline some labs to online the defense mechanisms and everything's peachy.

And if you do get decced by a large alliance with dreads and all that, it's still not so much of a problem. I don't even remember if dreads can enter high-sec space... but let's say yes - worst case scenario. First, the interest of an enemy alliance in a lab-oriented POS are minimal, plus the fact that they'll gain zero sovereignty from this and will have ended up destroying a few labs and the blueprints that were under research at the time. Unless the enemy alliance is hellbent on ticking you off or knows of a window where you are researching a very expensive piece of BPO, I'm pretty sure they'll have bigger fish to fry.

You can rest easy. Very Happy

William Hamilton
Caldari
Endless Destruction
Imperial 0rder
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:41:00 - [111]
 

Edited by: William Hamilton on 15/06/2007 03:40:10
Originally by: Matuk Grymwal

Also as posted above what is a fedo?


Originally by: William Hamilton
^Not who, what.

They're like sea urchins, but slimier, and not in the sea.



Fedo

Frug
Omega Wing
Snatch Victory
Posted - 2007.06.15 03:45:00 - [112]
 

This looks awesome...

murder one
Gallente
Death of Virtue
MeatSausage EXPRESS
Posted - 2007.06.15 04:45:00 - [113]
 

Originally by: Konquera McCall
Originally by: CCP kieron

The attributes of Nosferatu modules have been modified. How? The Undead prefer to keep their secrets.


Zoinks!


uhh. O DAM! Sneaky Sneaky! I hope it's good news.

Jim McGregor
Posted - 2007.06.15 05:19:00 - [114]
 


Very cool. :) Good luck guys!

Sheriff Jones
Amarr
Clinical Experiment
Posted - 2007.06.15 05:41:00 - [115]
 

# Decreased CPU use on Armor Hardeners.
# Increased CPU use and decreased power need on Energized Adaptive Nano Membranes.
# Boosted tracking of all pulse lasers by 25%.
# Reduced power need for Medium Beam Lasers.

I could...i could just hug and kiss all of you CCP type-of-peoples! But Eris will do Very Happy

Laendra
Universalis Imperium
Posted - 2007.06.15 05:42:00 - [116]
 

Quote:
Freighters can now scoop unanchored starbase structures. Note that the requirement of being within 50km to an online control tower is still present.


So, we can scoop up everything else, but not the actual control tower??? :(

Maric
Deep Core Mining Inc.
Posted - 2007.06.15 06:17:00 - [117]
 

How about increasing number of Mobile Labs copy slots?

It was promised that will be looked. One slot is too low. Two slots would be significant improvement.

P.S. My apogyes if it is in patch notes and I overlooked, but I am shure it is not there.

Xerxes X
Minmatar
Posted - 2007.06.15 06:52:00 - [118]
 

iirc, Revelations II will include the DX9 graphics update - leaving the DX10 and full-on war features until Revelations III.

Yet there is no mention in the Patch Notes about the DX9 graphics update. Has that been deferred again?

Xerxes X

Elise Masutra
Tleilex Manufacturing
Posted - 2007.06.15 07:02:00 - [119]
 

great work! i love you guys and girls Very Happy /me includes the poor DBAs in his prayers Smile

Luaren Avidius
Posted - 2007.06.15 07:03:00 - [120]
 

I looked a bit, and I didnt see any mention of the removal of autoupdate from the wallet transaction tab. Is this feature still coming? How about the orders tab? And will it apply to personal wallets? I know it was listed under some of the corporation improvements for this patch. What will it apply to, if it is still being implemented?


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