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  1. As I continue work with the Ultima Nostalgia project (in which the entire server is one huge deed), I'm getting more and more requests on YouTube and elsewhere from people who would like to live in their own house on the server. I suspect that a lot of these people are Ultima players who have never tried Wurm before but who would be willing to buy Wurm Unlimited to live in a place that looks like UO and is populated by other Ultima fans. Obviously, since they've never played Wurm they don't really understand how deeds work. So I've tried to explain the problems of letting them live there. This got me to thinking about permissions. We can set permissions to houses, carts, boats, fences, mounts etc. But what if we could right click and set permissions to TILES that are within one's deed? This way, deed owners could: Create various empty plots - allowing "anything goes" so players could build a house from ground up, farm etc and anything they wished - so sort of like a mini deed inside a deed. Create a public mine that allows players to mine and pick up ore, but doesn't allow them to load a forge onto a cart Create wood chopping forests, keeping the forests and trees of the rest of the deed safe. Create public farming land And I'm sure there are many uses that I'm not even realizing at this point It would be up to the deed owner to mark these areas somehow with fences or signs Right click tile... Set permissions from a popup Coordinates of tile can be seen in the title to ease remote management Tile could be named to better keep track of which set of tiles (Plot 1, Plot 2, Public forest, Public mine etc) they belong to PS: Before posting this, I checked to see if there were any other similar posts, and I'd just like to point out that Enigma_Prime is suggesting something similar. Please go and check out Enigma's post as well. I decided to make a separate thread about this since what I'm asking for is slightly different, has different mechanics etc
  2. Last night I had an odd idea and now I am trying to figure out if it is possible for me to do it. I started dredging out the bay in front of my town, I wanted it deep enough that Ocean going vessels would be fine to sail through it. Then I decided to see how deep I could dig with the dredge. After this I though of trying to see if I could make it an Ocean tile if I dug deep enough. So my questions are: How deep, in water, must I dredge for a water tile to become an ocean tile? Is it possible for a player to create an Ocean tile by digging and area deep enough with a Dredge? I guess this would apply to world building as well, At what depth does a tile has to be a certain depth in order for it to become an Ocean tile? If I can do this, I will definitely win the next fishing tournament on my server if I drop some Ocean fish on the table and no one else can do it
  3. Some feel the current snow tiles are ugly. Personally I'm more on the fence. Recently I have wondered if adding a sparkle effect would help enhance the look at all, or something to mimic RL ice crystals and light behavior. Afterall, ice crystals are one of the things that lends to the beauty of RL snow. Granted its also the cause of going snowblind. Also as another con, especially for client overhead, the current sparkle with rarity effects only comes into play with maybe a handful of items nearby for most players. By comparison snow tiles in proximity could easily count into the hundreds.
  4. I fear the black shading has something to do with the "Terrain/shadow Resolution" options, as when I change them, the blackness renders closer or farther. Another thing to note is that when there aren't black slivers like in the photo, slivers of other terrain types show up. When I move about, while my cursor hovers over a dirt tile, I will see slivers of a cobblestone tile, for example. Is this common?
  5. Hello, I have to ask you for help. My friend just bought new notebook but there is some graphical issue in Wurm - on the tiles there is partially something, what is in 3-4 tiles far. For example on sand tile you can see part of field and grass and stone slab. Please have a look at pictures below. Notebook is ASUS, model X540S, it has Geforce 810M VGA, I just installed the newest drivers but problem remains. I use newest 64bit java as well. Please help, it is sad to look at such graphic. <img src=""> <br> <img src="">
  6. So I am finally realising that steppe is now eating up grass tiles. The last few times I have walked around my neighbourhood, it became more and more obvious. I am making a specific test of it, but is hardly necessary anymore. It must have been implemented quite recently but I never pay attention, was it announced? It has been known hitherto that steppe tiles and grass tiles did not grow over each other, for example here In my little pic here you see what we will slowly see more off. Steppe is everywhere and expanding *through* the forests on the ridges, leaving trees standing on single grass tiles with steppe around. The longterm consequences will be, than when settlers chop down the trees surrounded by steppe, those tiles will also become steppe. There will be less regrowth of the timber trees that people want, leading to even more trees being cut down. Ultimately there will also be a shortage of flowers needed for planting new grass. This will of course be countered by the players actively planting grass and trees. But we are going to see some changes.
  7. As the title says give us the ability to level clay tiles up it is annoying to have clay tiles and have to have ugly 40 slopes going into the sea. I am working on a road project to a friends deed and plan is to make bridges over the clay tiles, but now I can't make a small ramp because it has adjacent clay tiles. so what I suggest is to make it possible to use level to raise clay tiles, make it take the same time as leveling them down.
  8. I cannot draw but really would like the option to build walls like in the pic here, so that you can have the option to build just a little strip of wall either to the left or right of a tile, or just across the top, or half arch to the left or half arch to the right...please. We can then build tall arches, or wide arches, as big as we want. All of these parts have to line up when built next to or on top of each other, and when the arches are built there is empty space to the side where the wall is not built, so if you build another one on the adjacent tile they line up like one big over two tile arch, same principle for building them on top of each other to create very tall open spaces.
  9. Not sure if this is intended or not but you can drop a tent on a water tile. Not a major thing but thought i would post it anyway. (Not sure about the rest but for sure the newbie tent)
  10. I had always assumed we got credit for any paid perimeter tiles when you later expand but come to find out we don't. I am not sure how long this has been this way but I feel we have been cheated out of this for long enough we need to get credit for the paid perimeter tiles when we do expand later. As you will see below the new deed i have on Xanadu should only cost me 1s to expand but with the oversight/bug whatever it is we are being charged the full amount again. As you can see here it should only cost me 1s according to the deed calculator but since we are not getting any credit for the perimeter tiles when we later expand i am losing 61s and that is a lot of money and needs fixed. (made with the new deed stake)
  11. I'm having a very strange and frustrating problem. It started after I installed the latest version of 64-bit Java (Version 7, Update 55) to resolve another graphics issue I was having. The problem is this: Wurm is all of a sudden being very, very particular about highlighting the tile I want to highlight. Even if I'm standing right on the tile and right-clicking next to my feet, it will give me the tile border, the adjacent tile, or any adjacent animal or object. I have to keep gingerly moving the cursor until the right thing is highlighted, sometimes even by hovering over another tile or tile border. The same thing happens regardless of whether I'm using the on-board touchpad or an external mouse, and it's starting to make Wurm more frustrating than fun, especially when I'm trying to plant, tend, or harvest crops or forage, botanize, pick sprouts, or harvest trees and bushes. I'm running Windows 8.1 with Java 64 bit Version 7, Update 55. I have pretty much everything set to low and/or disabled. Processor IntelĀ® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz, 2501 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s) Graphics are Intel HD 4000 (shared, alas, not dedicated) Here's the information from my console with Wurm already running: >>> Launch queue entry exiting. 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Initialized mouse with 5 buttons. Experimental direct buffer cleaner init successful Startup Phase - Setting up.. Initializing font texture for SansSerif (11). Texture Size: 512 Initializing font texture for SansSerif (11, italic). Texture Size: 128 Loading window positions from C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\windows_1280x600.txt Loading props file C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\windows_1280x600.txt Gui initialized Startup Phase - Preparing terrain Startup Phase - Connecting .. Disabling Nagles Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\_Event.2014-05.txt Disabling Nagles Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\_Friends.2014-05.txt Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\Alliance.2014-05.txt May 16, 2014 8:35:39 AM class.DwGMxRpPEP run INFO: PostRequest parameters: [name=v, value=1, name=tid, value=UA-44537377-1, name=cid, value=d153bd12-a51a-4b4e-a48e-bd91203f13c4, name=t, value=event, name=an, value=Wurm Client, name=av, value=3.5, name=ec, value=Churn, name=ea, value=collect, name=el, value=Login, name=ev, value=true, name=cd01, value=-1045334314] Login successful Executing C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\configs\low\autorun.txt May 16, 2014 8:35:39 AM class.DwGMxRpPEP run INFO: Event successfully posted to Google Analytics Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\CA_HELP.2014-05.txt Starting update of login splash image... Finished loading new login splash image! Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\GL-Freedom.2014-05.txt Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\Freedom.2014-05.txt May 16, 2014 8:38:58 AM class.DwGMxRpPEP run INFO: PostRequest parameters: [name=v, value=1, name=tid, value=UA-44537377-1, name=cid, value=d153bd12-a51a-4b4e-a48e-bd91203f13c4, name=t, value=ni, name=an, value=Wurm Client, name=av, value=3.5, name=ec, value=Performance, name=ea, value=collect, name=el, value=FPS, name=ev, value=3, name=cd01, value=-1045334314] May 16, 2014 8:38:59 AM class.DwGMxRpPEP run INFO: Event successfully posted to Google Analytics Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\_Combat.2014-05.txt Writing to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\logs\_Skills.2014-05.txt Saved screenshot to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\screenshots\wurm.20140516.0931.jpg. Saved screenshot to C:\Users\USERNAME\wurm\players\LadyCygnet\screenshots\wurm.20140516.0931_1.jpg. Initializing font texture for Monospaced (11). Texture Size: 128
  12. Hello Since the server move, it is no longer possible to create piles on some tiles (on my deed). It does not matter how much I drop. Whether it are at the number 5 or 50 (50 are not funny). There are only certain tiles affected. I can reproduce it at any time. Are not created Piles. No matter what and how much... Thanks and greetings
  13. Hi all. I know this has probably been brought up and a fix posted, but I can't seem to find it anywhere. I'm playing on a 2011 Mac pro with Mountain Loin. The new patch works perfectly and finally allows me to enter the game with no crashes. However, I seem to be getting a strange issue when I move around. It's as though adjacent tiles are jumping into each other. It's kind of hard to explain, but if you can imagine two rows of tiles: one stone and the other grass. If I walk down the stone row, as I'm walking the grass tiles will start flashing between grass and stone and the stone tiles will start flashing in the same fashion. When I stop moving, everything "rights" itself. Is there a graphic option or something I can do to keep this from happening? Thanks in advance for any help. Here is a Youtube video of what I'm experiencing:
  14. New Tiles: Tainted Rock - Rock blessed by the Black Light gods. Used to make any objects like other stone, but with a higher QL value. Any items made from it (Sculptures, tools, etc) will be infused with the tainted rock making it a darker color. Enchanted Rock - Rock blessed by the White light gods. It is very rare and produces a high QL rock shard. Items made from it (Sculptures, tools, etc) will be infused with the enchanted rock making it a lighter color. New Deities - Extenias - The god of greed. He is a BL god and at will randomly place a thorn bush on any Epic server at any time. He has a special artifact that is like a skeleton key, it can open any door once a week if it is highly damaged. New Animals / Monsters - "Divine" Condition Animal - A random mob that spawns will be given this condition. light blue, size the same, attack speed increased, attack power the same, stamina increased, movement speed increased. "Tainted" Condition Animal - A random mob that spawns will be given this condition. Purple, Size increased, attack speed decreased, attack power increased, stamina decreased, movement speed increased. Divine Champion - A ghostly figure that randomly spawns in Elevation and Serenity that protects a set area of tiles / Artifacts from enemy mobs and players. Shadow Champion - A ghostly figure that randomly spawns on Elevation and Affliction that protects a set area of tiles / Artifacts from enemy mobs and players. This is all I could think of so far, I will add more later on. Have a good day, guys!