Im seriously thinking to move that text between sliders. In my opinion current position is much more intuitive, but if it causes overlaps for some this isn't the place to be. I never encountered overlap as personally I use English, dont even know whats the case with Croatian.
Hey Daniel, I updated lfs lazy to Version 56, but, when I try to open it, it opens multiple times (3 times to be exact), but doesn't even open, and it just keeps "loading" forever, until I reboot my PC. Also this happens with latest test versions of LFS, but only with LFS, everything else runs perfeclty. I already tried re-installing but it keeps happening the same. I discard the possibility of having a virus tho.
Never heard of problem like this. Do you first start LFS and let it autostart LFSLazy? Or maybe you first start LFSLazy and when it asks you to start LFS you click Yes? If you are doing first I'd guess each of your LFS instance start separate LFSLazy. Did it only start occuring after updating to latrst version? I doubt it could be due to LFSLazy there werent any crucial changes.
What I do since I have LFS Lazy, I first start LFS from a shortcut with the /insim=29999 added and then, Manually start LFS Lazy by clicking the exe.
It doesn't even open at all, there's just 3 lfslazy procceses on the Task Manager. Already tried to kill it from the Command Prompt, but only one is killed, and the other two just stays there in the TM. And yes, it is the first time this happens with LFSlazy, with today's update.
I cannot reproduce nothing like that as well as some other people I asked.
Some things to try:
-redownload LFSLazy from OP and replace it with yours
-move your LFSLazy folder elsewhere in case some of your LFSLazy files got bugged
That change relate to when your start LFSLazy and LFS isn't running.
Having multiple .exe's in LFS directory doesn't affect this feature, as LFSLazy remembers only latest one used.
Already tried both of those tips to try, but nothing changes.
Also, it seems that for some reason, there is a LFSLazy.exe.update.exe in LFS folder, the update went fine, from downloading to install, it never stopped nor I killed the process, and since there, it doesn't start.
If I run that .exe, it loads some seconds and then there's an Error:
Can't write LFSLazy.exe"
Regarding of Whiskey's reply, no, I don't have any extra .exe.
This problem began from 0.6J5 test version, and it only happens with test versions. But, since I was confused if files from LFS were from the official versions and not test versions, I installed a new fresh copy of LFS last week. Update 55 (31/12/15) runs perfectly, even with the "frankestein" LFS I had.
The only thing I wonder is if you have some tipe of Archive folder, with older versions of LFSLazy, or if you or someone upload LFSlazy.exe updated to version 55 (31/12/15) so I can have a "backup" exe and wait for a new version and see if this persist.-
Having LFSLazy.exe.update.exe in your LFSLazy folder wouldn't suggest that your update went fine. First thing that LFSLazy does on start is delete update.exe, that means it doesnt even trully start (trying running it as an admin).
I'm using version 0.6K.
Running as an admin doesn't fix it.
But in the mean time, i'll stick to the updt 55 and looking forward for a new version and see if the prob persists. I'm starting to think that I will stick to official versions only, mostly to avoid this problem/issue, until 0.7 and so on gets released. It seems like my lfs doesn't like test versions
The list of racers near you, at the bottom left, the time difference to those in front of you is red and to those behind you is green. Could there be an option to set:
- reduced gap to those in front of you to be green, increased gap to those in front of you in red
- increased gap to those behind you to be green, reduced gap to those behind you to be in red?
I think I had something similar before. Issue was when there were two cars with similar speed, then colors would constantly switch between green/red. I have on my to-do list to rework Position List, when I find some time it will definitelly be improved.