Eco

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Yesterday

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
Next Update is 9.4. 9.3.6 is a hotfix.

02 Aug

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The answer of KaleMaster is unfortunately wrong. Yes, you need a internet connection to play Eco, even in Singleplayer.


30 Jul

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
If that doesn't help, please make sure to provide your logfiles to [email protected], so we can take a look at it:
https://github.com/StrangeLoopGames/EcoIssues/wiki/Getting-the-Eco-server-and-client-log-files-for-local-world

29 Jul

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
Ah cool, they are a special kind of bricks, though, that has specific traits, they got their own article on german wikipedia to explain that.

28 Jul

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
You can also sleep in a bed ingame, to fast-pass time.
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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
While the bricks will get an overhaul in regards to their color (and potentially more color options as well), that is intended and there is no plans to change that. I wish I could send you the wikipedia article on what kind of bricks those are, but it's not available in English, unfortunately.

27 Jul

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
No, you're not, but that will be fixed soon.
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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
That link goes nowhere, what do you mean?

22 Jul

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Originally posted by salbris

Oh, to allow people with slow internet connections to play with minimal interference?

No, just that those are typically content mods, changing the game massively, which I do not like and is not very suitable for public servers.

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Originally posted by M0nzUn

There are a lot of servers using mods, but a lot of them use the same ones and there is a distinct lack of content mods in particular IMO. I find it a bit odd considering how easy such mods are to make technically.

Well, I'm not into content mods anyway :D

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
My eyes must be totally broken, I do never see a pink or orange hue, but a brown one, as intended. A reddish one can happen at specific sun positions, but I don't identify that as pink or orange either. *goes cleaning glasses*
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As a server admin I generally keep mods limited to stuff that needs no downloading, that's just a general rule of thumb for accessibility.

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Interesting opinion. I actually get a way different view overall. It's like the majority of bug and crash reports we get have mods in it. It's not a majority using modded stuff, but it doesn't feel any particulary low amount from our side either.


21 Jul

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
No, that is not possible, as that change was intended.

20 Jul

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
Water will turn brown when there is downfall of air pollution as well. Hard to say what the exact cause is, but if it has turned back, it's likely related to that. It might also only be a graphical issue, there is some issues with lighting where people told me the resulting color for them on some sun positions was brownish, while I do see a reddish there.
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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
It's the mortared and ashlar variants of Limestone. We do have plans for real marble further down the road as well, we all love buildings made out of it :)
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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
It will remove all of them, but the issue is broken config files, so that's what needs to be done.

9.4

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    SLG-Dennis on Steam Forums - Thread - Direct
9.4 hasn't passed QA yet and with the big expansion wave of the company everyone is extremely busy with new organisation. We'll get the announcement out as soon as possible. but I do not have any ETAs, that mention in the update log wasn't made by me, unfortunately.



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