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  1. "com_showfps 0" in the console turns it off. If it's on each time you start DM, then you've got it set in your darkmod.cfg. Remove this line: seta com_showFPS "1"
  2. I just tried it, and that works fine.
  3. Just guessing here, but maybe there's a conflict because the hammers are stackable, but each uses a different model. Maybe the code can't handle that situation? Possible workaround: make them non-stackable. You'll get separate items in your inventory. Does that avoid the problem? You might have to use different inventory names (Ritual Hammer 1, Ritual Hammer 2, etc). Maybe not an optimal solution. Is the reason you created four models that the hammers all look different?
  4. Congratulations Amadeus!
  5. How about instead of abruptly ending the mission, the gold bar goes into your inventory and weighs you down so much that you can’t swim up. Now, you’re running out of air and need to quickly drop the bar so that you can surface. You could even give a hint to the user via pop up text or voice (maybe easier levels only?) Edit: I have no idea if it is technically possible to keep the player from swimming up.
  6. Hey joe I tried to send you a PM but it says you are unable to receive messages at this time!

  7. I know this technique has been discussed before, but peter_spy's recent comment on another thread about non-diegetic lights finally clicked with me. To verify my understanding, here's an example. I'm working on a mission that has a shop whose entrance is located at street level, under an extended second floor. The door is in the dark, located where the red arrow points. There's a sign on the door that is completely invisible from this distance. Even when you get a lot closer to the door, you can't read the sign because it is in the dark - you have to deploy your lantern just to read it! So I put a tiny light right in front of the sign, and now it is visible. You notice it, and you can actually read it from this location using your spyglass. Depending on your screen brightness, it may not be very obvious from these screen grabs. But in game, it is very clear that there is something worth looking at in that dark corner. As peter_spy said, it draws your eye and focuses you in that direction. And even when you get close to the door, the 'lit' sign doesn't look fake, because it is barely illuminated. Anyway, that's my understanding of non-diegetic lighting; hopefully I got it right.
  8. Actually, I think this was player error. This happened in the mess, near where the crew member is dead in the bed. I just tried to recreate the problem, swimming near/into the bed. At some point I thought I was stuck, but by trying different directions I was able to proceed. I think the first time it happened, I just panicked because I was running out of air, so I assume I couldn't move at all. So I don't think this really is a problem.
  9. When you set the Game/Project setup, DR loads files from the mission. My guess is something about that is causing the crash. The DR log file might have some clues? I found mine in: C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\DarkRadiant\DarkRadiant.log (where <user name> the name you're logged into Windows as). Yeah, try this maybe: make a new, blank WIP (maybe start with the Startpack). Set the Game/Project setup to this WIP, see if that works. Then try to use the readable editor. If everything works with the "blank" mission, drop in your existing WIP files into the new project, and see if things still work. That might help narrow things down.
  10. When you select File > Game/Project Setup... you should get a dialog like this: DarkMod Path is where DM is installed. "Mission" should be the mission folder you are modifying. You should be able to pick it from the drop down list - it's a list of all of the folders with the /fms folder (within /darkmod). Is this what you see?
  11. Finished the mission. Short and sweet! As Jack says, a unique concept. Nice to see a non-standard mission design. I thought that the I really really really Looking forward to further stories in the arc!
  12. Congrats Geep! Always happy to have a new mission.
  13. Another player (peispud) ran into a crash at the same point in the mission. Here is his post: It isn't clear how he resolved it, you may want to ping him about it? Apparently he was on Linux; don't know if that applies to you.
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