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- Jun 6 2022, 11:18 AM (8 w, 6 d)
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Jul 7 2022
@Pi , that was my first thought too. The double layered lines could indicate that the current state is completely by design (to create those barely visible top and bottom "smudged" borders) and not just a missing edge and fill.
On the other hand, Arma 3 features ICRC symbols (red crystals), so I thought BI may have some understanding with them, given the cooperation (DLC) and funds donated, and have a "free pass" to use the symbols. But I guess it makes a difference if the game is supposed to portray medical personnel (correct?) or just vague medical items (incorrect?).
Jul 6 2022
Hi @Bruxner, that sounds plausible. I thought it could be the case (since Arma 3), but I never new the Red Cross took it this seriously. Thanks for the info!
Jul 5 2022
Jun 27 2022
@falcon91 Weird. Unfortunately. without being able to consistently reproduce it, it will be difficult to get it fixed. Also, one of the functions in the code possibly related to this, CharacterControllerComponent.TryUseLadder, is not available for us to inspect, which makes it even harder.
Was it during a multiplayer session? Did you run any mods?
Actually, the icon in the game is correct from my opinion. All map icons should have roughly the same size and should not scale with zoom.
The bus stop is no bigger or smaller than any other map icon in the game, feel free to compare with a church, guard tower or a light house, for exampe.
Also, I found a random picture from vintage KČT maps (the ones that were used as an influence for all Arma games) and you may notice the bus stop icon can appear quite large in comparison with terrain features or houses, but that's the point - it should be clearly visible.
I can reproduce as well.
My guess, judging by the nearby dried up creek, is it's a waterfall "work-in-progress" :)
Strange, I do not seem to have this issue. When I blocked the hatch and prevented it from closing, I got the Unavailable too, but re-opening the hatch fixed it.
Jun 25 2022
Jun 24 2022
Jun 23 2022
Impressive insight, well spotted!