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Aug 13 2021
@Stan any idea?
Aug 12 2021
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Jun 20 2021
Tried it, I think it behaves as it should now. As I said before, we could add some negative characteristics like a % extra time to train an unit or something similar but that can be added with ease in the next alpha if in this one we detect the function is too overpowered (personally I think is not, but I like it because I have to click less and thus don't get my wrist all work up, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpal_tunnel_syndrome )
Jun 19 2021
A commit changed the name of the class.
Why are the files names different from the class names? Makes search twice difficult.
Jun 13 2021
Jun 8 2021
Although the auto-queue works it has some pretty apparent broken functionality:
Jun 7 2021
May 27 2021
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May 23 2021
Maybe also a "last summary" button would be nice as is domething people always wan to check after the game and comment in the lobby
May 22 2021
Doesn't the summary screen use z-index for some icons pretty extensibly? the same for the tech tree, the barter dialog and the teams dialog in session.
May 20 2021
May 19 2021
May 17 2021
As for if we should check what the mods changes, I think @wraitii is right that we should just let the user and creator decide for themselves.
Trying to analize if the mod is OOS safe is IMHO a waste of time as there a many way to mod and it would be a frustration more than anything else.
Maybe there could be a notice for mods with "compatibleMods" true or the engine could analyze what folders the mods touches but I think with the notice alone should be enough.
Also a notice if the host or someone else is using an extra mod would be a good idea.
May 14 2021
May 13 2021
Is intended for those who don't overwrite the parent setting, which means is intended.
May 4 2021
Apr 24 2021
You might want to add some hotkeys for this.
I suggest these ones I already use that I think work well:
Alt+q to enable auto queue
Alt+w to disable auto queue
Apr 21 2021
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Apr 6 2021
(I add this code to the folder /simulation/components and /simulation/helpers/ )
Apr 4 2021
Apr 2 2021
@DanW58 what happened? This diff looked so promising would be a pity to be left to accumulate dust.
Mar 31 2021
At first glance seem to work as advertised, testing different hotkeys doesn't produce "retriggers" anymore. Haven't look at the code. Functional part of the diff: accepted.
Mar 29 2021
What if the user defines his own custom hotkeys in user.cfg which you didn't specify in GUI/hotkeys/spec/**.json. I know I'm stretching the limits but will they be deleted?
I'm even more confused now, where are things stored, how are they handled, there seems to be at least 3 independent places where hotkey config is being modified and stored.
Should 'Down' still be sent? This is the 'repeating' event.
Mar 26 2021
KeyDown event still keeps being called after being pressed down.
Example: add a warn inside stopUnits functions and see how it repeats.
Mar 25 2021
Good option to add nonetheless.
Given this is not a technical issue but gameplay decision maybe would be better do a poll in forums?
Mar 24 2021
What if the host is an observer? Host should then always be on sync.
I am aginst this as a default, it will break the experience of observing games online and make everyone confused.
Mar 18 2021
As is it now, this looks like a frankentrain mixed with the two old systems that still linger in the gamesetup code.
I suggest to try it on an simpler case instead of going for the last boss, for example the options page looks like an easy candidate to change and fom there we can feel how it would translate to other more complex pages like gamesetup once we have the idea flesh out.
Feb 27 2021
You need an ordered set by insertion, all the others options are just doing the same with extra steps. Maybe you can skip the set and do a linked list if you can guarantee no insert repetition.
Feb 24 2021
Maybe change default map size for random maps to "Medium" then?
Feb 11 2021
Feb 7 2021
Works perfectly now.
Tested it, now there is no lag for clients. You can lower it to 200 ms so is more responsive (the lag starts when you send more than 30 network messages per second so 200 ms >> 1000/30 ~ 33.33 )
The host still lags as it updates his GUI state on its own so it should have another debounce for it somewhere (idk where but the profiler (F11) says updateGameAttributes is the culprit) for that and a debounce of 50 ms should be fine.
Should'va ve said sooner :(
I don't know if I clarified enough in the forum post but what I meant was having the confirmation hotkey trigger when you press enter while searching with the text input functionality and if you press Enter then it selects the first result for you. The idea was that when you are doing a search by name you don't need to leave/move your hands from the keyboard and directly hit enter without the need of mouse interaction and then leave the case for mouse interaction for when doing a more visual search exploration.
Jun 11 2020
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May 25 2020
Fair enough. Then I pass the commander to you if you want to try the grid approax.
std::array bool doesn't do bitpacking and its size must be known at compile time ( < c++2020 ), std::vector allocates in the heap. current diff has many more chances than a more extensive refactor + upgrade to have less bugs. Is practically guaranteed same performance as previous because it doesn't leave to chance the optimisations that the compiler should make (is basically a wrapper of some operations and data encapsulation). So I don't see an extra benefit changing current diff to using grid.
May 17 2020
Adding wraitii as it might interest him.
Apr 14 2020
Not sure of this change. All the other siege units also do a similar damage to regular units and the cost is the same and this change would mean a great disadvantage compared to other siege units. Also in this case the bonus should also apply against other siege units.
Apr 8 2020
Apr 5 2020
Apr 1 2020
Added more parameters to the class template to specify how many bits per "value" we use.
Fixed all the code style issues and inline comments Stan and Angen mentioned.
Mar 29 2020
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Mar 26 2020
Removed const and gave the child template parameter a different name so it wont complain in gcc.