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Viral DragoN
Posted - 2008.03.14 18:37:00 - [331]
 



i cannot login to the server. the login stays on "checking status" or "aquiring bulk data 5/36"


same **** happening here !!!!!! ccp help usShocked

Admiral Himerias
The White Star Consortium
Tenth Legion
Posted - 2008.03.14 19:22:00 - [332]
 

I really appreciate the job CCP does.BUT myself and a whole bunch of people have HORRIBLE FPS after the patch and after this "fix." For me I literally cannot play the game once I undock. I'm not the only one with this problem even after the fix.

Refugee Runner
Posted - 2008.03.14 20:16:00 - [333]
 

Hey There! Just wanted everyone over there to know that EVE Rocks and all seems well with your new patch! All my corp members seem to enjoy whisking away from a star base!I play off Crapy computers with a basic dsl internet conection split 4 way, 756 ram 1.2 gig athelon, 128megs graphics @ 800x600 resolution although I need to switch resolution to buy clones and place bounty, and move my 8th weapon slot, but your game is so versitile that even now that has been fixed through drag and drop, and shortcut miricles ;) Thanks Eve! Thank you founder! and thank you all you hard Working pizza fueled souls, and all you Volunteer Angels Outhere, Thank you so much for bringing my broken family back together again through this marvelous "reality" we all call EVE, For now my friends man leaves the realities of his mortal coil behind and is limited only to his dreams, In an age where many will die from lack of inspiration, Eve has provided new hopes and dreams, new alliances, new co-opratives, new families, and finaly more friends, in a world where loneliness has never before been such an issue...Eve is a sanctuary refuge......Now the ones that crack codes and dare to dream (wink!)Stop being beings....and start becoming GODS.....enough said I rest my case. Peace out!

Refugee Runner,
XXX OOO

Maranthoric
Posted - 2008.03.14 20:50:00 - [334]
 

Takes about 5 minutes to get to login screen compared to yesterday (where it took me about 20 seconds) and when I try to login, it goes nowhere to eventually "drop me because client is not responding" ?

Telemicus Thrace
Thrace Inc
Posted - 2008.03.14 20:54:00 - [335]
 

FFS, what does it take? It was raised on the test server, bug reports were filled out. At least one person brings it up in every single patCh thread. Let me try using caps and swearing cos I do not know what else to do if CCP are just going to keep skipping over it. Start by at least acknowledging this bug exists!

THE SERVERS HAVE BEEN OFFLINE FOR TWO ENTIRE EVENINGS THIS WEEK AND THE ****ING INTERFACE IS STILL ****ED. EVERYTIME I UNDOCK OR CHANGE SESSION THE WINDOWS ALL CLUSTER UP. THIS ALSO HAPPENS TO OTHERS WHEN THEY OPEN CONTAINERS OR JOIN FLEETS. HAVING TO MOVE THE ENTIRE INTERFACE OUT OF THE WAY EVERY SINGLE JUMP IS ****ING ANNOYING TO THE POINT IT MAKES THE GAME UNPLAYABLE. IT WORKED ON MONDAY, ON WEDNESDAY YOU ****ED IT UP, IT IS SATURDAY NOW, FIX IT!

Joachim LeHigh
Caldari
Vivi Vox Veritas
Posted - 2008.03.14 20:56:00 - [336]
 

Originally by: Fuzzy Bunnie
You know one thing I don't remember anyone complaining about.. The ammarian crystals won't restack once fitted to a ship. I mean if you happen to end up with a large collection of them and wish to sell them you have to sell one at a time if they were fitted to a ship, this is nuts!

p.s , yes the extra lag is certianly a bit of an issue worth looking into and resolving.


Uhm...You are an idiot. are you familiar with right clicking and selecting repackage?

Joachim LeHigh
Caldari
Vivi Vox Veritas
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:01:00 - [337]
 

Originally by: Cole Nightfight
Edited by: Cole Nightfight on 14/03/2008 14:12:05
i appreciate how this was posted AFTER god knows how many people where asleep / heading to bed (including myself) expecting to log on in the morning able to change their skills that would be completed in the morning (such as my own skill). perhaps more than 8hrs notice is a better idea when telling people the server is going down for a prolonged period of time. now what am i going to do about the lost training time?

ie. im personally losing between 11-13hours of training due to this DT. 15:00 game time = im @ work and unable to change skills until i get home so where some people might lose a couple hours im losing half a day of training. not cool..


What the hell is wrong with you people...no matter when they announce the DT, SOMEONE is going to whine about the fact that they were asleep. Grow up.

Viral DragoN
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:03:00 - [338]
 

Edited by: Viral DragoN on 14/03/2008 21:03:26
basic dsl dont think so m8 runing on dsl 30 mb p/s !!!

Joachim LeHigh
Caldari
Vivi Vox Veritas
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:05:00 - [339]
 

Originally by: Arcturus Ganiti
Originally by: Krystren D'ilf
Originally by: DannyMoe
Originally by: Krystren D'ilf
Suck it up and shut up already.

After reading 6 pages of pure whining (few posts excluded) i have a feeling my head is going to explode ugh
People are trying to fix the game so you might get a more enjoyable experiance, so try being supportive for a change. Sure, we all want our daily fix of EVE, but have some patience for the love of whatever you believe in...

That being said, hope the patching'll be done soon Very Happy
you acctualy read all 6 pages? :) if i wanted to hear that much moaning id tell the gf im going out with the lads tonight Laughing


Ok, i lied, i read 7x% in hope of finding out something useful. Noone could take all 100% of that crap :D


Haha, I actually read 100% of this forum. All 6 pages. At first I started agreeing with all of the ppl who are asking for compensation for the downtime. Then the issue of the eula is a open and shut case. No compensation. OK, I signed it, so be it. I do actually have a r/l.

Then I paid attention to those who have significant errors after the patch. My advice to you, from a software engineer developing for a client-intensive, live system is, file a bug report. Be detailed, be specific, and test it thoroughly to make sure it could not possibly be on your side.

This is not uncommon. I'm not asking you to "do CCP's job". I'm asking you to be a good customer and inform the company, in a professional manner, what isn't working in their product.

Trust me, a software engineer who sees a bug that says, "Alt-tab doesn't work anymore." is going to look at it and immediately disregard it. He'll say, "It works on the 12 machines here, I need more information."

Provide your system specs. Hardware/OS version/video driver version/etc. All these things will help them narrow down exactly what is causing the errors. If you can, also provide the settings you are currently using.

If this is a visual problem, i.e. graphics, include screenshots. If it is an error message, Include, verbatim, the error message, or a screenshot of it.

All I'm saying is more detail is better.

I'm not saying that none of you have any right to complain. You do. But complain in a productive, professional manner, and someone might actually appreciate it. It's called "Constructive Criticism."

Hopefully someone found this helpful.


/signed

Crux Australis
Reikoku
KenZoku
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:07:00 - [340]
 

Edited by: Crux Australis on 14/03/2008 21:08:31
Hello, when will be the goddamn "alt-tabbing when dualboxing causes client/pc crashes" fixed?
Is there an eta on the fix?
Is the *game-breaking* problem at least acknowledged?

I'm not even getting started about the rest apart this: the ****ing ui windows have been running around on sisi for the last couple of *WEEKS*... how in the name of god did this **** make it to tranquility?

Was your release candidate frozen at january or something like that?

I've been waiting for you guys to shape up since july 2003, but it looks like it is a hopeless crusade tbh.

Joachim LeHigh
Caldari
Vivi Vox Veritas
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:15:00 - [341]
 

Originally by: She Storm
Quote:
Yanno, alot of you are ungrateful twerps. CCP Fixed alot of the issues people like you were whining about before this patch - i.e. the items and ships tabs going blank, balance issues with certain ships, etc. Things that now work great. But like a bunch of spoiled children, you don't take the few extra seconds it takes to re-arrange your UI when you dock and instead decide to ***** about it.



ROFLMAO The game is COMPLETLY UNPLAYABLE at 4 fps and every time you tab to something besides eve the game locks up and you have to ctrl+alt+del to shut down and restart the game (about every 8 minutes) you're damn right I am going to complain and ***** about something I pay TRIPLE for until they fix it and make it usable



I am a computer technician, and from what you said just now, I'd advise examining your computer very closely to see if any of your drivers or hardware are out of date. Also consider running a boot-time memory scanner to test your ram for flaws, 90% of sudden hangs are because a sector of your ram is bad. I'd be willing to wager that most of the problems being complained about on this forum are client-side issues with people who have computers packed full of spyware and viruses because they use dangerous P2P programs like limewire or bearshare. Check your own computer before b!tching at CCP.

Belmarduk
Amarr
Imperial Shipment
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:21:00 - [342]
 

Things I have noticed since the latest patch/hotfix:

Worst of all - EXTREME drop in fps ! Am down to 10 fps on this machine (havent tested on main-machine yet) I used to have atleast 30-50 fps - 10 fps is not playable !

No sound and graphics for mining with stripminers (havent done anything since because of low fps.......)
Please fix asap
Greetings Belmarduk

Joachim LeHigh
Caldari
Vivi Vox Veritas
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:24:00 - [343]
 

Originally by: Fehz
Edited by: Fehz on 14/03/2008 17:40:43
I had a scorpion I was taking to Jita to get fitted, and I bluescreened twice in Urlen.. After the 2nd bluescreen, I logged in and now I'm in an ibis... This is no joke, no sarcasm.. Although, my ship was named "overgrown ibis"... Maybe I should have named it "Fehz's Titan"..

edit: spelling


Again, from a computer technician's standpoint, these bluescreens are caused by your computer's hardware or drivers. There is a REMOTE chance that the problem was caused by eve, but I suggest you run a memory tester and update all of your drivers and bios.

Belmarduk
Amarr
Imperial Shipment
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:25:00 - [344]
 

Originally by: Joachim LeHigh

I am a computer technician, and from what you said just now, I'd advise examining your computer very closely to see if any of your drivers or hardware are out of date. Also consider running a boot-time memory scanner to test your ram for flaws, 90% of sudden hangs are because a sector of your ram is bad. I'd be willing to wager that most of the problems being complained about on this forum are client-side issues with people who have computers packed full of spyware and viruses because they use dangerous P2P programs like limewire or bearshare. Check your own computer before b!tching at CCP.

Checked - and nope - still extremly low fps - This has happening EXACTLY since the patche(s) - Not b..ing - but this needs to be fixed asap, as Eve is NOT playable like this...
Regards Belmarduk

Joachim LeHigh
Caldari
Vivi Vox Veritas
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:47:00 - [345]
 

Edited by: Joachim LeHigh on 14/03/2008 21:48:45
I don't know if anyone is ever going to see this post but I think there is a very important issue that needs to be discussed. Most of the problems people here are complaining about are client-side. Client-side problems are out of CCP's hands in most cases and can be easily fixed by the CLIENT (this is YOU).

1. Scan your computer regularly for adware/malware/spyware, etc. One of the best programs out there is free, and easy to use. It's called Spybot Search and Destroy, and you can get it here - http://www.safer-networking.org/

2. Scan your computer regularly for viruses, again the tool we use for this at my company is also free. It's called AVG Anti-Virus, and you can get it here - http://free.grisoft.com/

3. DO NOT...I repeat adamantly and urgently DO NOT use Limewire or Bearshare for any P2P downloading. These programs are plauged with people who seed files with viruses and malware. These programs (not any fault of the creators) have been made VERY dangerous to your computer by people wo get a kick out of trying to ruin other people's computers.

4. For lower-end computers, there is a procedure you can implement to make a "clean boot". This disables a great deal of un-necessary processes and startup programs, you would be astonished at how many resources this can free up. Microsoft actually has a KB on this procedure and you can find it here - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310353 . As an aside, for higher end computers, there's no harm in doing this if you wanna squeak out a few more fps.

5. If you're experiencing FPS issues, make sure you're not running anything in the background. Firefox, I.E., iTunes, etcetc. These programs might be useful, but they consume alot of resources. They might not be using up all of your CPU, but lack of CPU isn't generally the cause of computer slowdowns, it's lack of available RAM. Programs will always bottleneck at RAM before the CPU bottlenecks. I actually have a laptop that I use to run all of the secondary programs I like to have on hand on my laptop. Laptops are cheap people, you can get one that will run all of your extra programs off of ebay for 2-300$. This also makes it so you don't have to worry about alt-tabbing out of the eve client, because all you have to do when you need the other program is turn to the laptop.

6. For people trying to run multiple clients simultaneously, I highly suggest you use the clean-boot procedure I recommended before. If running a dual/quad core processor, set the processor affinity so that each client uses a separate processor. While running your clients, hit CTRL-ALT-DEL, select the processes tab, right click on one of the eve processes, set it so that it only uses CPU 0, then set the other eve process to only use CPU 1. This should VASTLY increase the performance of both clients. My highest recommendation for people running multiple clients would be to buy a second box. Run eve on both computers and use a KVM switch so that you can use a single moniroe/mouse/keyboard for both boxes.

Edit: Whee embarassing spelling mistake

Nekopyat
Posted - 2008.03.14 21:58:00 - [346]
 

Originally by: Joachim LeHigh

Again, from a computer technician's standpoint, these bluescreens are caused by your computer's hardware or drivers. There is a REMOTE chance that the problem was caused by eve, but I suggest you run a memory tester and update all of your drivers and bios.


Bluescreens can be caused by any number of things, including video drivers that are being misused. I don't know about DX9/10 but under opengl if you ignore parameters that come back from querrying your drive you can muck up the operating system it'self since windows is not very good at isolating drivers from the rest of the system. Even if it could, this is the video subsystem, screw it up and your computer IS going down.

EvE is quite capable of damaging your system all on it's own, as is any other application because windows just does not have the protections built in (unlike unix derived systems, and even those, the OSX EvE client can take down the OS due to the protected access of the drivers).

Having said that, what kind of technician are you that you are ignoring the one critical piece of information here? If a system works before an app is updated, then fails afterwards, the FIRST thing that one should look into is what that app has done. When I was doing support, the first question we asked was 'what have you done between the computer working and not working?'

Yes, it is possible that EvE just happened to nudge and existing problem into being visible, but if the monday implantation worked but the wednesday one doesn't, that is a strong indication that the new binary is what is causing the problem.

(it should be noted that the non-windows clients are also experiencing problems)

Sporolichimisu
Posted - 2008.03.14 22:08:00 - [347]
 

Edited by: Sporolichimisu on 14/03/2008 22:47:24
Edited by: Sporolichimisu on 14/03/2008 22:26:24
I am a computer technician, and from what you said just now, I'd advise examining your computer very closely to see if any of your drivers or hardware are out of date. Also consider running a boot-time memory scanner to test your ram for flaws, 90% of sudden hangs are because a sector of your ram is bad. I'd be willing to wager that most of the problems being complained about on this forum are client-side issues with people who have computers packed full of spyware and viruses because they use dangerous P2P programs like limewire or bearshare. Check your own computer before b!tching at CCP.


Ok, I've done all of that, I've deleted partition on my hard drive, reformatted, reinstalled my entire operating sytem, installed all the latest updates, installed all current drivers (and my bios IS up to date), Have absolutely nothing installed except for EVE on my hard drive, and I still get an extremely low fps. Do you really think people haven't checked all this stuff? Just because you work at Geeksquad, Firedog or Computer Nerds, doesn't qualify you to tell others not to complain when a patch propels their gaming experience into a virtual hell. If you had any sense whatsoever, you'd notice the hundreds of posts related to the deployment of this patch and the issues that it has caused. Awfully funny how you tell people to check their systems first, even though suddenly after patching things don't work as good they used to. Logic dictates that the last change you made to your system (IE PATCHING EVE) would more than likely cause the problems.

I very seriously doubt my ram suddenly went bad after patching EVE. (Insult Removed, because I think you're actually trying to help people).

Joachim LeHigh
Caldari
Vivi Vox Veritas
Posted - 2008.03.14 22:16:00 - [348]
 

Edited by: Joachim LeHigh on 14/03/2008 22:26:54
Originally by: Sporolichimisu

Ok, I've done all of that, I've deleted partition on my hard drive, reformatted, reinstalled my entire operating sytem, installed all the latest updates, installed all current drivers (and my bios IS up to date), Have absolutely nothing installed except for EVE on my hard drive, and I still get an extremely low fps. Do you really think people haven't checked all this stuff? Just because you work at Geeksquad, Firedog or Computer Nerds, doesn't qualify you to tell others not to complain when a patch propels their gaming experience into a virtual hell. If you had any sense whatsoever, you'd notice the hundreds of posts related to the deployment of this patch and the issues that it has caused. Awfully funny how you tell people to check their systems first, even though suddenly after patching things don't work as good they used to. Logic dictates that the last change you made to your system (IE PATCHING EVE) would more than likely cause the problems.

I very seriously doubt my ram suddenly went bad after patching EVE. Grow a brain and shutup if you have nothing useful to offer.



Sometimes a minor change (i.e. a new microsoft patch) pushes that error in the memory, or that slightly corrupted driver over the edge, and it's not the fault of the program. I see it daily, SO I suggested that people run the normal troubleshooting process that we go through.

Edit: as a random aside, after the trinity patch, I was having tons of problems with EVE as well, I went through the same process, when I updated my bios, the problems went away, so it's not unfounded that it can be the client's issue, not CCPs.

Muscaat
EVE Markets
Posted - 2008.03.14 22:26:00 - [349]
 

Before patch => ~30fps in space. After patch => 5fps in space. And no, my Linux system has not overnight become infested with malware.

Cail Fortestan
Body Count Inc.
Mercenary Coalition
Posted - 2008.03.14 22:54:00 - [350]
 

Is there any news about the API availability ?
That has been down since the patch and no news on when it is coming back.

The actual data returned from the API calls has varied, mostly with a range of error messages, but still no useful data.

Cassandra B
Posted - 2008.03.15 01:48:00 - [351]
 

Edited by: Cassandra B on 15/03/2008 01:56:38
I know it might sound harsh, but is everyone using really REALLY crap computers or something?
I have had NO difficutly alt-tabbing between two accounts
I have had NO 'lag' or eve crashes
I have had NO graphics problems
I have had NO problems with overview resetting
I have had NO problem with the game using all my cpu. right now i have 2 accounts running, msn, browsing firefox and downloading stuff, doing homework etc and i have 10% cpu usage. If im in a mission it might go up to 50, but thats it.

Seriosuly the only thing i have really found from the patch was that API's didnt work but its working for me now so meh. And i found the overview tab things dont work properly but that is probably user error.
But seriously if you want to play eve well, upgrade your computer. Please dont expect to play a great high graphics game like eve if your computer cant handle any other new games.

Just to note, i am running vista x64, with 4gb ram, and e8400 and an gt8600. That will set you back about 300-400 bucks most! Seriously put in the investment like i did and never have to worry bout client side 'lag' problems again.
But maybe people have to come to the realisation that as eve technology increases and they give us a better looking, better performing game, maybe you have to upgrade your computers as well, Just like you would for any other PC game that came out today.
Once again sorry for being harsh.

Nekopyat
Posted - 2008.03.15 02:09:00 - [352]
 

Edited by: Nekopyat on 15/03/2008 02:27:29
Originally by: Cassandra B

I know it might sound harsh, but is everyone using really REALLY crap computers or something?


I am guessing that when this all gets sorted out, it will have less to do with the quality of people's computers and will end up being some combination of video card chipset and driver or similiar such thing. The same issues seem to be happening in windows, linux, osx, premium, classic x64, i386, ATI, nVidia, etc etc.

Some people who were runing premium fine are having fps problems with classic now, which really indicates it is not raw cababilty that is the issue.

I on the other hand am using a 2 year old computer with a crappy ATI X800 video card and am seeing none of these issues.

It's also possible it could be something seemingly irrlevent such as thier local network enviroment. For example, the product I work on had bug in it that dropped the FPS from 'normal' to unplayable. When we tracked it down it turned out to be related to if a machine with a specific IP address was on the network it dropped the timeing loop in another thread down from 'every 2-16 seconds' to '60% CPU constant trash' due to a nanosleep failing on an invalid integer.

Point is, wierd things that effect people randomlyl can have huge effects on a complex piece of software.

Cassandra B
Posted - 2008.03.15 02:16:00 - [353]
 

Originally by: Nekopyat
Originally by: Cassandra B

I know it might sound harsh, but is everyone using really REALLY crap computers or something?


I am guessing that when this all gets sorted out, it will have less to do with the quality of people's computers and will end up being some combination of video card chipset and driver or similiar such thing. The same issues seem to be happening in windows, linux, osx, premium, classic x64, i386, ATI, nVidia, etc etc.

Some people who were runing premium fine are having fps problems with classic now, which really indicates it is not raw cababilty that is the issue.

I on the other hand am using a 2 year old computer with a crappy ATI X800 video card and am seeing none of these issues.


Well fair enough, still I think its a valid point for people to start thinking about. Just cos there computers handled eve when they first got it, doesnt mean they always will.
I started off playing eve fine with a crappy computer, i think it was 1.8ghz, with 256mb ram, 30gb hard drive etc. I upgraded to the cheapest graphics card that would run eve and it was fine. Recently i had to upgrade my computer as i had multiple clients crashing, couldnt run eve properly, eve wasnt stable etc. I upgraded my computer and bam i can play again. Im sure i will be upgrading in another 3-4 years to play eve and other games again. Just the way technology works

Nekopyat
Posted - 2008.03.15 02:34:00 - [354]
 

Originally by: Cassandra B
Originally by: Nekopyat
Originally by: Cassandra B

I know it might sound harsh, but is everyone using really REALLY crap computers or something?


I am guessing that when this all gets sorted out, it will have less to do with the quality of people's computers and will end up being some combination of video card chipset and driver or similiar such thing. The same issues seem to be happening in windows, linux, osx, premium, classic x64, i386, ATI, nVidia, etc etc.

Some people who were runing premium fine are having fps problems with classic now, which really indicates it is not raw cababilty that is the issue.

I on the other hand am using a 2 year old computer with a crappy ATI X800 video card and am seeing none of these issues.


Well fair enough, still I think its a valid point for people to start thinking about. Just cos there computers handled eve when they first got it, doesnt mean they always will.
I started off playing eve fine with a crappy computer, i think it was 1.8ghz, with 256mb ram, 30gb hard drive etc. I upgraded to the cheapest graphics card that would run eve and it was fine. Recently i had to upgrade my computer as i had multiple clients crashing, couldnt run eve properly, eve wasnt stable etc. I upgraded my computer and bam i can play again. Im sure i will be upgrading in another 3-4 years to play eve and other games again. Just the way technology works

MR DEMOS
Posted - 2008.03.15 04:30:00 - [355]
 

since this new Patch i have had alot of problems running multi account's I use Vista Have a 2.4 quad Core Duo 4 gig's of ram 256 nivida. I choose to run classic. What happen's to me is i run in non-window mode for about 15 minutes just fine then either i get a C++ Error or the client completely crashes with no sign. This has never happened before this patch. If i try to run in Window Mode it's 10X worse for some reason. Either the 1 client crashes or both do in a mater of only a few second's....after logging onto the server. Kinda stinks when you have 3 accounts and can only run 1 at a time Mad Hopefully this get fixed soon CCP

Fastercart
Gallente
Ornery Cantankerous Curmudgeons
Posted - 2008.03.15 04:33:00 - [356]
 

Originally by: Nekopyat
It's also possible it could be something seemingly irrlevent such as thier local network enviroment. For example, the product I work on had bug in it that dropped the FPS from 'normal' to unplayable. When we tracked it down it turned out to be related to if a machine with a specific IP address was on the network it dropped the timeing loop in another thread down from 'every 2-16 seconds' to '60% CPU constant trash' due to a nanosleep failing on an invalid integer.
Wow. How do you even consider to check that out?

mr bighelmet
Dirty Deeds Corp.
Posted - 2008.03.15 06:59:00 - [357]
 

Anyone else noticed that alot of the windows refresh twice?
Market/assest seem to do it alot when u search for something or browse the window refresh twice.
That can explain alot of the slow down.

Maranthoric
Posted - 2008.03.15 07:26:00 - [358]
 

"Connection Timeout - The client did not respond to the server's secure challenge within a reasonable amount of time"

This is the message that pops up after the client hangs at the "login in process ..." me and quite a few of my friends are receiving it when trying to connect. We tried pinging and updating all security packages/firewalls and well ... it makes no sense to us. Any clues ?

Zortiander
Caldari
Corpse Hangar
Posted - 2008.03.15 10:11:00 - [359]
 

Heya all!

I play on a normal computer, normal connection and am one of those happy people with a normal real life.

And I have to say: really nice patch. All works fine, no issues with crappy frames, no issues with lag, nothing. Everything is just going pretty well. So thanks a lot for your continued good work!

Fellfresse
Posted - 2008.03.15 10:11:00 - [360]
 

Originally by: Ab Tallen

Try setting your desktop resolution to 1152x864. I don't have the link to the dev post at hand, but one of them wrote that the desktop rez will always be added back to the list of available screen modes.


dosn't work for me in this way,
coz my desktopres is unchanged @ 1152x864...[-_-]


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