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by faerietree
24 Oct 2019, 23:13
Forum: General
Topic: -TESTERS NEEDED- for OpenCS Terrain Editing
Replies: 16
Views: 1560

Re: -TESTERS NEEDED- for OpenCS Terrain Editing

I'm not talking about this without background. I have coded several blender addons already (including a Bill of materials and blueprint generator and render2print. My impression is it is very powerful. Cutting the mesh into cells. But really before being able to give estimates about feasibility I ne...
by faerietree
24 Oct 2019, 23:02
Forum: General
Topic: -TESTERS NEEDED- for OpenCS Terrain Editing
Replies: 16
Views: 1560

Re: -TESTERS NEEDED- for OpenCS Terrain Editing

Very busy, unelsson! Thank you @Lamoot: I'm not sure it is a misunderstanding, but I think you and unelsson mean the same? No harm meant. What I wonder about is whether it could ease our lives to reuse blender? No more worries about the UI. Only maintain our python addons. We'd need cell edges, atta...
by faerietree
29 Sep 2019, 11:04
Forum: Feature Requests and Suggestions
Topic: Collision detection system discussion [Original title: Very low FPS]
Replies: 36
Views: 5514

Re: Very low FPS

All of you have a point. My position is: Never change a running system if you don't know the scope of the effort (I see this in my electronics day job everywhere. Easy words. Difficult deeds. "This or this is much better" while actually the difference is minor and the effort switching over and all t...
by faerietree
29 Sep 2019, 10:25
Forum: Join the team
Topic: Application: Peachy
Replies: 9
Views: 1695

Re: Application: Peachy

Great to know you around, Peachy. The engine's capabilities are amazing. (Saying this having worked heavily in other engines codewise before.) Not few of the code I contributed to other projects I found here in OpenMW, just much better than I did. Also my future plans for other engines - a ton of wo...
by faerietree
29 Sep 2019, 09:32
Forum: General Development
Topic: Weapon sheathing
Replies: 46
Views: 12737

Re: Weapon sheathing

@akortunov: Excellent PR. Voting pro patching mods. Other opinions?
by faerietree
27 Sep 2019, 22:22
Forum: Organisation and Planning
Topic: OpenMW Nightly builds
Replies: 439
Views: 271017

Re: OpenMW Nightly builds

Can anyone test to verify comments only work on new lines? Else git bisect to find a commit hash please? We may want to split comments by space after values that do expect one and only one scalar to prevent trailing random chars in config to lead to such breakage (as described by psychotrip and TheO...
by faerietree
16 May 2019, 00:17
Forum: General
Topic: Back (Almost)
Replies: 11
Views: 3660

Re: Back (Almost)

No, say, really? Welcome to life my dear! In this world things break automatically (it's a feature).In this world even more important matters break. And those not even can be repaired ever. So then, you can say you are in trouble. May the health and heart of you and those you love wander under a bri...
by faerietree
10 Feb 2019, 20:42
Forum: Organisation and Planning
Topic: OpenMW 0.45.0
Replies: 379
Views: 75524

Re: OpenMW 0.45.0

At the moment, if you want to do anything more than the default installer then it requires modifying CMake itself and writing new NSIS installer scripts, which I'd prefer to not do. (I did so earlier to remove the license page entirely, but updates keep messing that up) Yes please no superfluous wo...
by faerietree
02 Feb 2019, 16:59
Forum: General Development
Topic: Shadows
Replies: 310
Views: 67060

Re: Shadows

Nice testing. Regarding the 10% of zig zag shadows, I don't consider the most recently posted image necessarily ugly. In nature a bark f.e. is rough and shadows also aren't perfect all the times, they are quite blurry. Of course this is only one screeny and the effect may be worse on others. If perf...
by faerietree
11 Jan 2019, 01:36
Forum: Organisation and Planning
Topic: OpenMW 0.45.0
Replies: 379
Views: 75524

Re: OpenMW 0.45.0

> Linux Binary RCs: need rebuilding? or are they ok? had some conflicting feedback Looks good. > Changelog: still unread as far as I can tell Read directly after released. Looked good but I am not a developer and my commit knowledge is incomplete. > Video: in process (Atahualpa) My little sibling, f...