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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0008366Multi Theft Auto : San AndreasClientpublic2014-07-21 00:32
ReporterarranTuna Assigned ToCazomino05  
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
Target Version1.4Fixed in Version1.4 
Summary0008366: Remington with suspensionLowerLimit of 0 breaks the game

Get inside a Remington
srun setVehicleHandling(getPedOccupiedVehicle(you), "suspensionLowerLimit", 0)
FPS drops to 1.

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2014-07-18 16:01

manager   ~~0021376

And variables like 0.00001 make your vehicle fly off into space.


2014-07-19 01:35

updater   ~~0021377

The remington "fly off" is -0.00001

Additionally, this effect is always there, if the suspensionLowerLimit equals to suspensionUpperLimit.

If you read the wiki, it's described there (suspensionLowerLimit ... Can't be equal to suspensionUpperLimit. and vice versa)

For me, that's no bug.


2014-07-19 02:20

viewer   ~~0021378

Stifflers, please don't go off-topic. We're talking about the fps drop.


2014-07-19 12:10

manager   ~~0021381

It says it can't be the same, it doesn't say your game will break if they're the same. If there is a script that lets players change these things and it doesn't have a check to make sure they're not the same players will never know why their game breaks.


2014-07-20 03:40

updater   ~~0021384

I thought about my prevous comment and I decided to remove it. I don't change my mind about "for me, that's no bug". Arran is right, it may confuse people, who playing around with some settings and get fps drops. It will be better to edit the wiki, because there are many more things, which produce fps drops, if the arguments are not proper set.


2014-07-20 08:28

viewer   ~~0021385



2014-07-21 00:31

reporter   ~~0021392

fixed in r6699 -

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