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what was done to the latest master?

Post by lav_coyote25 » 17 Dec 2011, 05:16

latest master is giving 3 fps. the master before that was 8 fps. what was changed ??? any chances of it being reverted? otherwise, the master is totally unplayable for me. :annoyed:

warzone2100-master-20111217-003348-a75f645.exe is the latest master i have. i didn't keep the one prior to that, so i cant tell ya the number of it.

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by NoQ » 17 Dec 2011, 08:22

I also noticed some clever framedrop mechanism in the latest nightlies, which i didn't really like. Even though it works very well when the engine has enough cpu power, the framedrop becomes unbearable as the game progresses (that is, more units are present etc.)

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by Berg » 17 Dec 2011, 09:47

Maybe try running at a lower texture size...
lav_coyote25 wrote:latest master is giving 3 fps. the master before that was 8 fps. what was changed
is a realy low frame rate even on a old system you should get better then that..

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by zany » 17 Dec 2011, 22:38

lav_coyote25 wrote:latest master is giving 3 fps. the master before that was 8 fps. what was changed ??? any chances of it being reverted? otherwise, the master is totally unplayable for me. :annoyed:

warzone2100-master-20111217-003348-a75f645.exe is the latest master i have. i didn't keep the one prior to that, so i cant tell ya the number of it.
where have you been?
I have been telling them about the issues with these master releases for awhile now!
I don't think it is map issue since I do a clean install every time and it still has very low framerates on my system and it is bullshit.
2.3.9 series are the only versions that don't have framerate issues.

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by lav_coyote25 » 17 Dec 2011, 23:22

up until now, it has been not bad... a bit sluggish at times, but now , is completely unplayable. no matter what freaking map i use.

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by lav_coyote25 » 17 Dec 2011, 23:50

ok downloaded the latest master... is even worse. 1 to 3 fps. whatever you fellows have done to the code. has borked it solid. is TOTALLY unplayable. trying to click or choose units. forget it. impossible.

branch 17e4e8f dec 17 2011.

downloaded : warzone2100-master-20111217-181735-17e4e8f.exe


last Wednesday is the last GOOD release. please to be reverting to that date. thanks. :annoyed:

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by Chojun » 18 Dec 2011, 00:00

What kinds of changes have there been in the last couple of days?

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by lav_coyote25 » 18 Dec 2011, 00:01

this is my system - there seems to be a cap on the number of characters to be entered. if you need more information, just ask.

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by JDW » 18 Dec 2011, 00:14

Strange. I was able to play today's master just fine. fps was between 30~55
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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by lav_coyote25 » 18 Dec 2011, 00:32

went and downloaded the test snapshot from DEC 4 2011 version 3755198. works great - frame rates from 8 to 15 . again i ask, what the heck was changed??? this shouldnt be happening. thanks for looking into this.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/warzone ... e/download

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by lav_coyote25 » 18 Dec 2011, 00:33

JDW wrote:Strange. I was able to play today's master just fine. fps was between 30~55
what are your machine specs and operating system.

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by Per » 18 Dec 2011, 00:49

I think one of the changes was how to handle systems with very low framerate... Maybe that didn't work out right.

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by lav_coyote25 » 18 Dec 2011, 00:51

Per wrote:I think one of the changes was how to handle systems with very low framerate... Maybe that didn't work out right.
do you have a copy of the release from Tuesday or Wednesday??? December 13 or 14 2011...


edit: sorry ; make that the 12 or the 13 of december.

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by NoQ » 18 Dec 2011, 06:15

Per wrote:I think one of the changes was how to handle systems with very low framerate... Maybe that didn't work out right.
Probably. The easiest way to emulate the situation is make some 100x speed that seems to have been unlocked.
Maybe it just need to somehow make sure some more frames are still shown (?)

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Re: what was done to the latest master?

Post by Ezio » 18 Dec 2011, 09:50

can i have your save game?, I'd like to reproduce it on my system. i use master_20111204
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