McGarnicle

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McGarnicle last won the day on May 5 2015

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  1. Send the 99botd 100ql whetstone to Griphyth
  2. While this might benefit pvp, Id like to suggest increasing local on pve servers. I often find myself chatting to local only to find out that the two people imchatting with cant see eachother. This happends even with two neighbouring deeds.
  3. Ive been having these crashes as well and so have others I have talked to. Retro had mentioned some tweeking of the polling rates on Xanadu. Could the changes possibly be causing this?
  4. Hi, I am on a brand new computer. After having issues with the unstable client, i switched to using the stable client. I am running into crashes after a while. The game runs fine for a while and then it starts lagging...like the game freezes for a second. Then it all gets bogged down and crashes. It has happened a couple times. The first time i was travelling so i figured it might be memory leak related. The second time i was in one spot for several hours digging then it started up again. Here is the crash log. Maybe someone can help me?
  5. Thanks Brash. I tried everything. Turning off anti aliasing, changing monitor refresh rate and turning off vsync (both in the nvidia control panel and in the game settings). I also tried the power control mode, but i have no idea why that would help. Nothing has stopped the flickering. I noticed that the flickering is only happening to the wall and floor textures (maybe it is house textures). Its like the wall texture is being rendered in front of the grass for a frame. No other object in the game is experiencing this.
  6. It is a pre built laptop. Doubt the issue is that the computer is struggling. Getting nearly 100fps most of the time. The computer is an i7 7700HQ and nvidia gtx 1060. Pretty sure its ok. The temp of both the cpu and gpu is under 70C so not over heating. Here is a post of the console log. Let me know if i did this right cause im pretty dumb when it comes to this sort of thing. I logged in using the unstable client and then found the log that corresponds to the player i logged in with. Is that right?
  7. Just got a new computer and went to test out the unstable client. It looks great and I am getting way better fps compared to the stable client on high settings (about 40 fps on stable vs 90+fps on unstable). There is one issue that I am noticing with the unstable client which is that some textures are flickering. I noticed it when some wall textures started flickering through the grass. I made a video showing this:
  8. Are you the owner of them?
  9. I have had this problem since the start on my mac. Can't wait to see if anyone knows the solutions. Currently I just go to the wurmonline.com website, click play and run the file that gets downloaded. This allows me to open a second client. Would be nice if the desktop icon worked to open a second client though.
  10. Kitchen - for all the new cooking stuff
  11. It shouldnt be difficult to find someone to imp your weapon to 80ql+ for 50c which is pretty cheap imo. Id say that you probably dont want to let it get down to 60ql before you want it imped. Below 70 ql you will start noticing a decline in in damage output, though it is very gradual and you will only notice if you keep track of the number of hits it takes to take each type of mob out at the various ages. If you get your armor and weapon imped to 80 and if you have LT cast on your weapon you will notice a pretty big difference as you should be able to handle trolls without having to back out to heal.
  12. You guys know that if you are nahjo, you dont have to chopp the veggies. As long as it is a potency 2 (I think) healing cover mat you can still just sacrifice it and get the same favor as an equal ql chopped veggie.
  13. I havent tried this with the new cooking system but I assume it should still work the same as the old. 1. Start with 100 containers. 2. In an unlit oven, fill all the containers with ingredients. Start with a recipe that needs only 2 ingredients. 3. Turn on sleep bonus. 4. Light the oven. 5. Watch your skill go up. Note: In the new system, I am gueesing you will have to keep an eye on the difficulty of the meal to ensure it is at the appropriate level for you. You can increase the number of meals by making another oven with 100 more containers. At one point in my grind I was using 1250 containers and I have seen other people with as many as 10k containers. There are ways to drag two different ingredients into one container with a single click-drag. Its hard to explain but there are videos out there that show how. With practice you can fill 1000 containers in under 10 mins, which is about how fast I got. I have heard others claim they could fill 1000 pans in under 5 mins. Edit: I always did this in a forge because it added 15 difficulty.
  14. There isn't much of a difference. Rare coins can be sacrificed for a refresh (if you have 10 faith) the same as every other rare item. Other than that, they function exactly the same as regular coins and the rarity does not really affect their value. Prior to the cooking update, you might have found some people who would pay 10c for a 1c or 5c rare coin and they would use it for a refresh. With the cooking update, most people are looking for ccfp, and refresh prevents you from eating food that gives ccfp. You would probably be hard pressed to find anyone who would buy the rare coins anymore. I recommend just depositing the coins into the bank.
  15. Two meals each in their own picnic basket got 27 dmg in 2 days. The picnic baskets were in a large cart. Another meal not in a picnic basket in the same cart got 0 dmg in the same time. I am confused.