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Not correct display of animation turn, if you look at the soldier sitting on the long-range
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Description

Not displayed correctly player sitting on his knee at long range (>650-700m)
He may turns in different directions, but I do not see any visual changes in his position on my screen.
For example, he can look at me (on his computer), and I see on my screen that the player look in other directions.
It is not possible during a PVP game to understand, was i seen another player or not.

Details

Legacy ID
1118880217
Severity
None
Resolution
Open
Reproducibility
Always
Operating System
Windows 7
Category
Visual-Characters
Steps To Reproduce
  1. At any MP map 2 players run out at 700m from each other (clear LOS - 2 hills or seaside line).
  2. 1st player sit at his knee and look for 2nd player.
  1. The first begins to revolve around turning on every 2-3 seconds at an angle of 10 degrees and said second player to your current direction of view (using the compass, called "120, 130, 140, 150, 160" and so on).
  1. The 2nd looks at the 1st, and notes that the model is the 1st player turns much less frequently and at an angle greater than 10 degrees, which refers to the 1st player notations. That is, the 2nd player sees position of the first player something like this:

"120, 160, 200" (this angles for example only).

Not "120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170,...", as said 1st.

  1. If the first player turns slightly to the right and to the left (while remaining in the angle of 30-40 degrees), the second did not see the change in position of the first player.

Event Timeline

pkozik edited Steps To Reproduce. (Show Details)Oct 18 2013, 7:30 PM
pkozik edited Additional Information. (Show Details)
pkozik set Category to Visual-Characters.
pkozik set Reproducibility to Always.
pkozik set Severity to None.
pkozik set Resolution to Open.
pkozik set Legacy ID to 1118880217.May 7 2016, 5:11 PM

Fixed. Ticket can be closed.

LouMontana closed this task as Resolved.Fri, Nov 6, 3:47 PM
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LouMontana set Operating System to Windows 7.