The Future of Forgotten Elements

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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Marlon » 18. Nov 2011, 16:54

Schau mal hier:
http://www.bayerische-landesbibliothek- ... leshooting

Es wundert mich jedoch, dass der Speicher bei dir zu gering gewählt ist. Ich nutze die Standarteinstellungen von JAVA und hatte keine Probleme.
Werde mich aber noch mehr damit beschäftigen.

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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Monk » 18. Nov 2011, 17:07

ok ich habs alleine hinbekommen ;)
mir kam in den sinn das ich mal die speicherung der temporaeren datein auf dem computer ausgeschalten habe weil mir der datenmuell auf den geist ging, das habe ich nun wieder zugelassen und nun geht es 8-)

edit: wow die grafik fetzt schon irgendwie, auch wenns ungewohnt ist, aber denke so werden definitiv mehr leute her kommen.

Ich fange bald mit Vindictus an, das sieht echt klasse aus (von der spielweise scheinbar besser als standards)
Werde erstmal FE und dieses zocken bis ich mich fuer eins entschieden habe :D
Schaue aber wie gehabt auch wenn cih hier wieder stoppe immer mal rein und werde nach grafik update wie immer, definitiv wieder kommen.
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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Remo » 14. Feb 2012, 17:43

What will be the new system requirements for the new graphics? One of the things I love about the game that it is not very demanding (For those of you that knows the game Runescape, My netbook can't run it..)
I hope that the new model and graphics won't hurt the ingame smoothness and overall performance.

Are you planning on keeping the old client as well?
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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Marlon » 14. Feb 2012, 19:34

Remo wrote:Are you planning on keeping the old client as well?


Yes, I want to keep the 2D client as well as it does exist for now. But the next zone (zone 3) won't be available for the 2D version.
But we will see... I hope that the new client runs even better on most machines and won't create much problems.

However... is this simple test running on your machine?
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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Remo » 14. Feb 2012, 20:22

Yes, the test works alright :) Thank you very much and looking forward for the upcoming update

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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Samka » 15. Feb 2012, 01:19

This is really exciting and I am looking forward to what you have to unveil for us!

Will you be continuing to develop Forgotten Elements by yourself or do you plan on bringing anyone else aboard?

Really glad that I came across your game.
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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby bro0rtega » 16. Feb 2012, 04:48

it seems I've had a problem. I was using google chrome, and mozilla firefox
and they both did the same thing. I'm not sure why it was not working. It
was working for like 5 sec. then it hazed up and showed this messageImage
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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Remo » 16. Feb 2012, 08:34

bro0rtega wrote:it seems I've had a problem. I was using google chrome, and mozilla firefox
and they both did the same thing. I'm not sure why it was not working. It
was working for like 5 sec. then it hazed up and showed this messageImage



Try running the program as Admin? the Java file that is.
Did you try simple solutions like restarting PC?
What machine are you using?
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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby Marlon » 16. Feb 2012, 08:38

What machine are you using?
But... don't panic. Within the next days (hours?) a revised 3D test version of Forgotten Elements will be released. :)
Maybe you can test the new version then.
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Re: The Future of Forgotten Elements

Postby bro0rtega » 17. Feb 2012, 02:38

ok sounds good! I think I'll try that :D
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