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- Dec 19 2013, 7:00 AM (415 w, 2 d)
May 10 2016
You should probably mention if this happens when you're crouched or while you're standing as well, since vertical aim IS "synced with the server", but there is obviously an overlooked issue.
Oops. Duplicate of 0000773
Why not stop showing these messages completely? I don't think anybody cares enough for them to randomly pop up while they're trying to do something and be forced to click. Send them to a log; stop having them pop up.
Accolyte, awesome to hear! Thanks a bunch for the response, it's much appreciated!
Tested on Stable 45.124426 and this issue is STILL present. This is game breaking and needs to be fixed now, not a month ago like it was supposed to be... You are effectively DoSing my router and that is NOT okay.
It doesn't have to be a drastically steep climb either, this happens to me often climbing mountains and hills as well. In first person the camera almost always clips through any incline and shows the void below.
Purp, just because a lot of games have this issue doesn't mean it's NOT a bug. In fact, all of the games that I know have had this issue, have been FIXED. Upvote.
BUMP. The worst part about this is it completely nukes my internet. After escaping out of "Wait for host" my server browser fails to fill up; frustrated I close DayZ and my internet is taking forever to connect to a website. DayZ is effectively DDoSing my router...
It's true that the eye won't see color in the low-light situations, but the human brain compensates... the only problem is, this is a video game, and the human eye can't compensate for that, so it looks and feels unrealistic. I think the screenshot is a little too drastic with it's vibrancy; a much more desaturated version would be better showing only a hint of color.
"unable to connect to the central server"
Why is this even a thing? Why would you let people play on a server with the possibility of it overwriting data?! You shouldn't be allowed to connect to a server that can't connect to the central server unless you expressly give it permission to do so.