LoG2 bug list

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Re: LoG2 bug list

Post by zimberzimber » Tue Mar 20, 2018 4:01 pm

I though you could change the setposition with this object? I don't get it. So anything with minimalSaveState can not be repositioned?
You can, but it won't save its new position if you load a save file.
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Re: LoG2 bug list

Post by AndakRainor » Tue Mar 20, 2018 4:53 pm

Zimber, there is a confusion here :)
the x, y, elevation position of minimalSaveState objects on the map coordinates are saved and loaded, so you can change and persist them, but not their "world" position (x,y,z), with the corresponding functions for a more precise positioning.

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Re: LoG2 bug list

Post by minmay » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:01 pm

Mysterious wrote:I read mins list and think how did AH not pick this up? Why does it take an outsider to see the probs?
Most of these bugs are either obscure, difficult to fix, or only consequential for custom dungeons.
Of the ones that players are likely to actually notice in Isle of Nex:
- Making particles visible underwater would mean either a significant change to the rendering pipeline or doing an additional render pass (not appealing!).
- Lighting both sides of double-sided materials correctly is easier but would still come with a performance cost - it was probably omitted intentionally as an optimization.
- Music cutting off samples when it loops is noticeable with boss fight music, and probably not too difficult to fix, but some bugs are always going to slip through.
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Re: LoG2 bug list

Post by Huff » Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:47 pm

Got a few I would like to add:

-Charging monsters will skip past open trapdoors unless their elevation reaches the trigger for the level underneath as they're falling. Otherwise, they appear to 'snap' back onto the level.
I wrote a script to make the charging monster stop completely when isFalling() returns true. The drawback is that decreases in tile elevation while charging will cause a dead stop in the charge, so this is more effective for flat areas like dungeons. Hopefully there's a better solution.

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class = "MonsterCharge",
name = "charge",
onAnimationEvent = function(self, event)
	local x = self.go.x
	local y = self.go.y
	local facing = self.go.facing
	local level = self.go.level
	local elevation = self.go.elevation
	-- Bug fix when charging past open pitdoors
	local falling = self.go.monster:isFalling()
	if falling == true then
		if facing == 0 then
			y = y + 1
		elseif facing == 1 then
			x = x - 1
		elseif facing == 2 then
			y = y - 1
		elseif facing == 3 then
			x = x + 1
		end
		self.go:setPosition(x, y, facing, elevation, level)
	end
end,
This one is more exploit than bug I would say.
-Bombs do not distinguish between a character throw and an inventory throw for detonation. Because throwing items from inventory doesn't have a cooldown, this can be done in rapid succession to do insane amounts of damage in short periods of time. Using an autohotkey script, I was able to turn bombs into a rapid fire death cannon. It seems you can do this in LoG1 as well.

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Re: LoG2 bug list

Post by Zo Kath Ra » Fri Oct 30, 2020 8:39 pm

I'm writing a script that tracks the party's world position, and performs an action when the party moves into a different cube (= 3d tile).
And I found a strange bug:

1) Create a dungeon that goes from elevation -7 to +7
2) Place ladders from elevation -7 to +6
3) Place a timer with an interval of 0
4) Connect the timer to a script that checks if party.party:isClimbing() has changed from true to false, i.e. the party has just stopped climbing
5) When the party has just stopped climbing, print its world position y and elevation:

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print("worldPositionY", party:getWorldPositionY(), "elevation", party.elevation)
Expected output:
world position y = 3 * elevation

Actual output:
For all elevations except 0, the actual output equals the expected output.
But for elevation 0, the actual output is
worldPositionY -3.6738191276416e-017 elevation 0
I.e. a negative number with a very small absolute value, but not exactly 0.
Screenshot https://imgur.com/inGEj8f

This happens with all ladder types in vanilla LoG2:
- ladder
- ladder_metal
- ladder_metal_4m

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