Oolite test release 1.67

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Post by Uncle Reno » Sat Mar 10, 2007 5:41 pm

Ahruman wrote:
Uncle Reno wrote:Also had a number of crashes to desktop, the last few lines in the console report are ...
OK, I think I’ve diagnosed and fixed this, but the conditions for the crash never manifest on my system. Am I correct in guessing you’ve got a multiprocessor/multicore Mac?
Sorry, no, just an eMac (1.25GHz, 512Mb memory). I haven't had any crashes since removing custsounds OXP though.
Ahruman wrote:In any case, so I don’t forget to mention it later, I’d like some assistance with verifying this bug when the bug-fix release comes out (tonight or tomorrow).....
Yep, no problem. I'll put custsounds back in for testing.
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Post by johnsmith » Wed Mar 21, 2007 11:30 pm

Being an old-school sort, the yaw/pitch conflicts with my keyconfig.plist. Anyone else run into this?

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Post by TGHC » Mon Apr 02, 2007 9:15 pm

I think it's called Advanced Nacugational Array, and is included in 1.67.
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Post by Uncle Reno » Mon Apr 02, 2007 10:02 pm

@TGHC. :? Have you got the right thread here? Your message doesn't seem to make sense.
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Post by johnsmith » Thu Apr 05, 2007 11:13 am

I had a go with 1.68 beta, and it ships with the optional BBC key config. This clashes with the new yaw keys, "," and "." Suggestion -

1) either remove the BBC config from the package

or

2) preferred option, ammend the bbc config so it works. This might require some code changes so that <key>key_yaw_left</key> can be defined by keyconfig.plist. Any suggestions as to what the alternate keys should be for yaw, so as not to conflict with BBC keys? Maybe ";" and " ' " ?

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Post by JensAyton » Thu Apr 05, 2007 11:57 am

1.68 errors in the 1.68 thread, please. :-)

key_yaw_left and key_yaw_right are supported in keyconfig.plist, and are in fact set in the default one (Oolite.app/Contents/Resources/Config/keyconfig.plist). The BBC layout doesn’t specify them because I don’t know my way around it and no-one has submitted an updated version yet.

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