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I've been back at this thing for a couple weeks now and I can't seem to get forums to work right. Every post I make won't refresh, until I manually refresh the browser. I hit the back button and it just loops me right back to where I was when I clicked the back button. I randomly seem to make double posts or PMs. Is this a Firefox issue or do we have a problem with the forums host? What happened to the server populations list? Thank you in advance for your advice/answers! -Wurmhole
Anyone figure out how to show all the active players on the clusters? Currently I only see the players in the server browser that are on the login cluster. The other clusters dont seem to count. So for instance right now I have 33 players online but only 11 showing up. Kind of frustrating. I have 16 clusters but reluctant to add them all as it will split the player count and it seems new players seem to flock to the higher number users on the public servers sadly.
This isn't that big of a deal, it's just been bothering me. When links are posted in a chat, I used to be able to do the "open in browser" thing. It does not work now, no idea why. I had Java 7 installed a bit ago, then switched to Java 6 so it would crash less, I had the issue during both. I'd appreciate any help or ideas
I was just curious if this had ever been considered. I think it would help a good deal in making the game more usable as player could access the full wiki (which is a fairly comprehensive documentation set) in game and see how to make all the sub components for making things and follow hyperlinks without having to jockey windows or use multiple monitors. It would also let players better multitask when performing repetitive tasks in game. Additionally there are open source java based web browsers out there that you could probably acquire usage rights to at a nominal fee (if any) to minimize development time, such as Lobo or more commercial options such as JWebEngine.