1.17

Discussion in 'WWII Online' started by screw-, Oct 29, 2004.

  1. screw-

    screw- Well-Known Member

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    Помимо всего прочего, вот что вызвало любопытство

    Bombs:
    -Added ability to bomb effectively from higher altitude
    -Depending on speed of bomber heights are from 3km to 5km
    -Example: 400mph in a DB7/Havoc, the max. bomb altitude is 3500m (approx.)
    -Example: He111, flying straight and level after the drop, the max. limit is 5500m (approx.)
    -Bombing heights of 10km may be achieved by circling the target but are not guaranteed at this time
    -Maximum safe effective drop altitude should be considered 3km
     
  2. Bobby

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    Нифига не понял. Стало можно бомбить с высоты более 3км?
     
  3. Bobby

    Bobby Well-Known Member

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    World War Two Online
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    Version 1.17.0.255 10-28-04

    Vehicles:

    -Added Crusader Mk III (Offline only)
    -Added PzIV G (Offline only)
    -For scenario purposes, the Blen Torp bomber has been added to the German AC list and spawn files (available for scenario use only)
    -Added light to big/medium gun flash
    -Added new muzzle flash to several tanks
    -Fixed terrain collision issue on SdKfz 232
    -Fixed a crash when loading transports

    Bombs:
    -Added ability to bomb effectively from higher altitude
    -Depending on speed of bomber heights are from 3km to 5km
    -Example: 400mph in a DB7/Havoc, the max. bomb altitude is 3500m (approx.)
    -Example: He111, flying straight and level after the drop, the max. limit is 5500m (approx.)
    -Bombing heights of 10km may be achieved by circling the target but are not guaranteed at this time
    -Maximum safe effective drop altitude should be considered 3km

    Infantry:
    -Added the ability to change sighted range distance on Rifles, ATRs, and LMGs
    -Changing sight ranging plays a sound and prints a message to chat tellig your current setting
    -There is a minimum time delay between adjustments

    Setting 1 = 100.0m
    Setting 2 = 200.0m
    Setting 3 = 300.0m
    Setting 4 = 400.0m
    Setting 5 = 500.0m
    Setting 6 = 600.0m
    Setting 7 = 700.0m
    Setting 8 = 800.0m
    Setting 9 = 900.0m
    Setting 10 = 1000.0m

    -PageUp/PageDn are the default keys to adjust this setting

    Attack Objectives:
    -Added the ability for High Commanders to place Attack Objectives on Choke Points
    -Commanders may use the .attack command to issue a request for the order
    -Commanders can ratify requests using the .attack command
    -Commanders can request the withdrawl of an attack using the .clear command
    -Commanders can ratify the withdrawl order using the .clear command
    -Attack Objectives may only be placed on front line towns
    -Attack objectives may only be placed on enemy owned towns
    -Attack objectives have a minimum lifetime before they can be withdrawn
    -When an attack objective is placed, this initiates the table build time in that town in exactly the same manner that it does now when a town becomes frontline. In that way placing an attack objective is like declaring that town is now front line and able to be captured. When the objective is placed, tables will appear so that radios can begin to draw. Once radios are up facilities can be captured contesting the town and the system flows normally from there.
    -The number of attack objectives that can be placed depends on the server population but will generally be between 4 and 12.
    -Objectives can be withdrawn or achieved and will require a few minutes before they are available again to be placed.
    -That availability may also be limited if the number of Objectives placed already exceeds the number that the server population limit allows. This means that you may have more Attack Objectives than your population would warrant but you cannot place new ones until you resolve the ones already placed.
    -On the withdrawal of an Objective the town reverts to the current owner.
    -Defense Objectives are automatically placed against Attack Objectives. This removes the need to do bunker duty across the front looking for tables while still allowing EWS to function to alert players to enemy movements that may not correspond to an Attack Objective.
    -The only time an Attack Objective will be automatically removed is if the town becomes uncontested (defender) and is no longer front line or the town becomes captured


    A walkthrough of Attack Objectives:
    -Side A decides to attack a town along the front
    -A commander selects the town from the map and issues the attack order (.attack)
    -A confirmation is sent to the commander of his request and the command staff is notified
    -Additional commanders approve the order with the number required depending no the server population. If the population is low only one commander is needed. While this presents the opportunity for not enough commanders to be available this has proven not to be the case as yet with other objectives. Commanders are high ranking players with a duty to the men under them and generally take that responsibility seriously. Under deployment, the brigade commander will be issuing these objectives and when he is not present there will always be an acting brigade commander available from his officer staff.
    -Once the objective is confirmed a message goes out on the HQ channel notifying players of the attack orders.
    -A defense objective is posted and a notice is sent out on the defenders HQ channel. This won?t be the case under deployment but is a placeholder for the brigades automated defense objective which will always be available.
    -Tables appear and radios begin to appear in the selected town. This mirrors the current mechanism for a town becoming frontline and ready to be attacked and allows for the defense to prepare if they have not already initiated a defense based on EWS reports of enemy in the area.
    -If the attackers contest the town once the radios come up, the options to Hold and Fallback become available. These options are no longer dependant on the overrun flag being set but that option is still available so that troops can give warning to other players and the high command of situations where the enemy has a commanding presence.
    -If the attackers successfully take control this terminates the hold or fallback and the defenders fire bases will become active, as now.
    -If the attackers manage to gain ownership of the choke point the offensive fire bases close and supply begins to be routed to the chokepoints military bases, as now.
    -If the objective is withdrawn by the attacker prior to achieving ownership, the attackers will be notified that the objective is being withdrawn and they should RTB. If however the attackers manage to gain ownership in that time period then the objective ends normally. Other wise the objective is cleared when the withdrawal period is over and defenders are notified that their defense objective has also been removed.


    Mission Only Spawning:
    -Non mission vehicles have been removed from the spawn lists and will be added to the base spawn list at a given town.
    -Missions posted will have an initial spawn timer to encourage players to group up with the mission poster and coordinate efforts.
    -Recurring spawns will also have a timer though it will be lesser.
    -The ability to manually set the mission launch time has been removed but will still be available for special events.
    -Once the timer runs down the Launch button will activate and remain active until the user chooses to launch.
    -If the user has not selected a vehicle at this point, a dialog will appear instructing him to do so.
    -The UI map will now limit the places that you can select based on your personas ability to post a mission there and if there are missions already available.

    Area Chat:
    -The <enter> Key will now activate and send the say command for area chat.
    -Area chat will have a new chat icon.
    -The ability to yell over a greater distance is added with the .yell command.
    -Similarly the .whisper command has been added.
    -Aliases have been made for using .w and .y.
    -Tell has been added as a dot command as .tell and aliased as .t. This functions the same as an .m or .message.
    -Enemies who are in close proximity to you (a third of the distance of friendly say, yell or whisper) will be heard in your chat buffer in a garbled text format.
    -The radio channels are now accessed with the F1 thru F4 keys.
    -These keys cannot be remapped at this time.
    -Selecting one of these keys will open the chat window with that channel tuned for transmit.
    -Players can transmit on multiple radio channels by selecting multiple F keys.
    -Players can area chat and radio transmit by selecting <enter>. And any F keys.
    -XMIT is now off for all channels by default.
    -New radiotuneoff art
    -New radiotuneon art
    -New Send and Sendenabled art
    -New talk and talkenabled art
    -Added .noechat which disables receipt of enemy area chat

    Current area chat, .whisper and .yell radii are:

    Area Chat:
    friendly: 40m
    hostile: 10m

    Whisper:
    friendly: 10m
    hostile: 4m

    Yell:
    friendly: 80m
    hostile: 50m



    UI:
    -Updated translations
    -Added attack and defend icons to UI map legend
    -Map filters (i.e. civilian, army, airforce, navy, depots) now remember their settings

    Keymapper:
    -Changed several key bindings by default:

    cfml/general.cfml

    F1 chat
    F2 chat
    F3 chat
    F4 chat

    F5 unused
    F6 unused
    F7 unused
    F8 wep (plane only)

    F9 screen shot
    F10 Change field of view [nb: this is what used to be F4]
    F11 none
    F12 none

    control+F9 "External locked"
    control+F10 "External rubberband"
    control+F11 "External fixed"
    control+F12 "Set fixed camera"

    Terrain:
    -Added new belgian town building
    -Added new infantry revetment
    -Added new ATG revetment
    -Fixed bug with tree wind matrices. Wind should now appear more chaotic on trees
    -Improved general tree performance
    -Fixed reported floating office in Beauraing
    -Fixed unenterable forest near Huy
    -Fixed Charleville FB not being destroyable
    -Fixed unenterable forest near Wellin
    -Added hit sounds for church bells

    Host:
    -Fixed a problem that was causing FBs to go AWOL, as well as various other buildings

    Global:
    -On a strat restart any contested towns will automatically receive an attack objective
    -Issuing fallback or hold will now create a "decision" code for that town (like an overrun)
    -Added code to recover the damaged state of factories after a server restart
    -Hold at all costs will no-longer provide unthrottled access to spawn lists being drawn from a different town
    -Fallback and Hold can now be initiated via "point & click" in addition to using the code system
    -Fallback and Hold have had their requirements reduced to:
    -> Town must have a defense objective
    -> Town must be contested
    (No-longer has ews or overrun requirements)
    -Fixed an anomaly affecting 3d tree rendering
    -Fixed the high altitude horizon anomaly (black triangle)
    -Changed fog cull distance (performance improvment on many machines)
    -Top-level "hot spot" map now indicates the location of capture/defense objectives not contested towns
    -Fixed Mac CTD

    Buzzard:
    -Add mouse look to buzzard
    -Add zoom in/out with mouse wheel
    -Default spawn with icon off buzzard/skull
     
  4. hamstr

    hamstr Well-Known Member

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    Видимо расстояние между бомбой и самолетом играет весомую роль, при превышении некого предела, бомба просто пропадает на FE игрока и следовательно пропадает на сервере.
     
  5. screw-

    screw- Well-Known Member

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    Да, я тоже так понял. Шустрые союзные буффы должны быть ниже, чем тормозные Не111. Причем максимальная высота сброса - 10К, но только если будешь круги над точкой сброса нарезать.
     
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    andrei Well-Known Member

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    А что мешает DB7 сбросить скорость перед бомбометанием?
     
  7. screw-

    screw- Well-Known Member

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    А нафига? Его один хрен на перехватчике не догонишь, даже когда он с 3К пикировать начинает. Это больше Хейнкелям жизнь облегчить может.
     
  8. --oleg

    --oleg Well-Known Member

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    Смахивает на бред. Они боятся что бомбы в воздухе зависнут, что ли? :)
    Нафига надо было вообще придумывать этот предел, а потом героически с ним бороться :dunno:
     
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    screw- Well-Known Member

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    В до 1.17-времена бомба сброшеная выше 3К до земли не долетала:) Ограничение протокола типа 64-limit, или еще что - х его з. Но раз было - значит надо.
     
  10. hamstr

    hamstr Well-Known Member

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    У них бомба это фактически снаряд, а снаряд далее 3км не летает. Тоесть все снаряды пропадают после удаления от стреляющего на 3км, следовательно FE стрелявшего не фиксирует факт их столкновения с землей и не передает его на сервер.
     
  11. --oleg

    --oleg Well-Known Member

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    А, тогда понятно. Хоть какое-то разумное объяснение :)

    P.S. Хотя, на мой скромный взгляд, разделить бомбы и снаряды проще, чем два байта затереть, но мало ли что может быть...