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@dragonb1988
I tested this last night and indeed logs get lost even if the truck just tips over. At least on the PC version it seems that this started happening with the AW update. Is this a bug or feature? @Iyagovos

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@dragonb1988
I haven't noticed that though I haven't flipped over a loaded truck very recently. But I did notice recently that you lose a log or 2 when manually dropping a packed load. This seems like a new "feature", maybe to prevent players from abusing the drop load feature to get out of sticky situations. I kind of like that. But I'll test the capsizing too. IMO you should be able to pick up all logs in that situation.

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I just went through the pics in the other thread. Nice! But why is it in the off-topic forum? I never go there, so I don't mind having another screenshot thread here. At least I got to see the other one too. And yes this game is primarily about logging, so nothing wrong with logging pics. Crawling / off-roading with smaller vehicles is fine too. I like both, though the smaller vehicles in the workshop are often overpowered and/or overweight. I like to adjust those to realistic values before going on missions.

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I have a bunch of screenshots in my collection. Here are some of my favorites.

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I really don't see the purpose of the resting animation when it looks so bad with many trucks, especially something like the B-130. I'd get rid of it. No napping allowed!

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My opinion has actually evolved on this. First of all, an unpacked load doesn't have zero weight. It has some but less than a packed load. But lately I have been transporting unpacked loads for some distance not for the reduced weight but to reduce the # of trips to the log kiosk, meaning if it makes sense on a particular map I transport multiple unpacked loads on one truck, then as I get closer to the destination I unload some logs at a makeshift distribution point from which I deliver the packed loads. Just makes things more efficient.

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@thombuggy
Dang it, now that you pointed out the missing front suspension on the Bison it bothers me too. LOL. That one's actually pretty easy to see, much more than the missing front half shafts on the Western Star. The devs really should fix this. It's a major oversight on their part. @Iyagovos

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@kingnightshadow
I see. So is the automatic mode what you have to use? That would make sense if the truck is slowing down to a crawl going up hill. A lot of trucks will do that in automatic mode and that's the #1 thing that sucks about the automatic. Thankfully I have a manual shifter.

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@raphael Interesting. I've only noticed it on the logs. But I haven't seen the issue after a recent video driver update.

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@thombuggy
Good luck with that. They haven't fixed any of the much more obvious tire or log rope clipping issues, so I doubt they'll be fixing this one. But yes it would be nice. Try not to look at it too much.


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