well i figure he is working on an update, but i still do not get why he is not on the forums. (actually i can guess why, but won't) seems that if someone was going to making what is known to be a, if not the most popular mod for the game that a person would also want to be on the more popular sites for the game and mods. making and keeping contact with the community seems like it would be an important move. maybe it is just me though.
@Berylz - Alex just posted beta 5 but it still hasn't fixed the editor issues. I was so hopeful when i saw it up there. I think we are waiting for an updated directx9 dll. The current one is still dated 1/19. I think we are going to need something after 1/23.
The new camera is sweet!
Changes in version 1.8.3:
- Update the current supported version of the game to 11/19/18.
- Added free camera.
Activate / deactivate Camera - ALT-C, F9
Move Forward - NUM8
Move Backward - NUM2
Move Left - NUM4
Move Right - NUM6
Move Up - NUM9
Move Down - NUM3
Move Fast - NUM0
Move Slow - NUM1
@rufus - I'm dead without the modded editor. Making maps is my favorite part of this game. I think i'm just going to go back and revisit some of my old vanilla maps and spice them up. I'm thinking of doing a "Original Badlands Revisited" map where I add in new features and rocks and spice it up a bit. Kinda like a Badlands v1.5. That may hold me over until I can start working on my larger maps again.
I might be crazy, but has anyone else had any issues with mod truck stability on maps that use the expanded height limitations of STMod? My JKU can easily handle a 45-degree downhill slope with no problems on a given map that uses the default height/steepness, but when I play maps using the extended slope limits that same incline appears to cause the Jeep to flop onto it's nose like a downed AT-AT. I know there was something in the code previously that screwed with the wheelspeed calculations (and subsequently wreaked havoc with Drac's weather mod) and am curious as to whether something along similar lines might affect the way trucks handle?