7.64 -> 7.65 3/15/2012 - Units that shouldnt shoot air now dont - Fixed submerged nanoframe targetting - Core adv torp now officially underwater unit - Area reclaim fixed - Torp launchers dont target hovers at all now - Sniper and others couldnt be targetted by most units - Core aircraft plant heights increased
7.63 -> 7.64 2012/03/11:
-fixes for .87 -Tank and Hover turninplacespeedlimit=unitvelocity/2 -Kbot turninplaceanglelimit=91 -Torpedos and depthcharges no longer target hovers -Per piece collision volumes fixed (viper being immune to beamlaser bug) -Carriers no longer assist building -Nanos get restarted automatically -Nanos are built with passive mode by default -Added ranks api gadget -Radar units now emit radar and los from their actual radar dishes (results in greatly improved t2 radar and LOS) -Many widget fixes, and performance optimizations
In DSD I build about 4 bantha and send them to enemy north. Enemy had lot's of sniper kbots on "cloacked" state. Banthas don't shoot at snipers when they are became visible.
My banthas do not shoot at them. Snipers shoot at banthas and become visible near banthas, but banthas don't shoot even if i give atack order on that unit manually (by clicking on unit with "atack" mode cursor).
There are many bugs with assisting and reclaiming. I think it might be an engine thing but it is really annoying. I had 3 engineers assisting a con but all they did was follow it, they did not actually help with the building of stuff. I had a rez bot that would not reclaim somethings and reclaim others that are closer.
what are the benefits of showing the rank of units?
Experienced units have significant more hp so it is quite useful to know which units you want to keep and retreat and/or repair. Also I think its cool.
They have more hp but usually it's not practically significant at all, apart from few rare cases (like with rockos fighting januses, getting any amount of xp is a big deal before being hit because then you just barely can survive a single hit).
Today I realized that this version - or specifically the range-bug - does one thing in particular: it does favor the newbies and techers: The front-pushers are dependent on reclaim/rez-eco, while newb/techers run on mm-eco, thus are not effected.
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