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Are The New Trees Causing Lag ?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Lady Lava, Sep 20, 2008.

  1. Lady Lava

    Lady Lava UO Senior News Reporter
    Alumni Stratics Legend

    Apr 7, 2004
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    Many of us are most excited about the new plants/trees.
    I was very excited to be the first to sprout and to discover the red fire seed plants.

    Well, I am having another new new plant issue and it is with the trees. It is called lag and I have not had it in years ! Please check out the link below and give your input. ( screenshot included )

    Thank you kindly,
    Lady Lava
    Great Lakes Senior News Reporter
    Catskills News Reporter

  2. Mazulat

    Mazulat Journeyman
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    May 26, 2004
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    I've been having the lag issue on Lake Superior with trees also. Thought it was hedges or hops but removing them made no difference. Only when trees were moved did I see a difference. My keep is on ice isle and I havent really noticed much for lag there til I tried to deco with the trees. Thought mayb it was just me though. Glad someone else noticed it. Anyword ea on a fix that doesnt involve poof'ing the new trees?
  3. J0KING

    J0KING Guest

    I have been experiencing lag myself (hadn't in a long time)... also noticing that the client crashes everytime when logging out...
  4. monnie101

    monnie101 Guest

    Wow they let you plant trees now? That's really kool! Did they add this in with the cocoa seeds/plants? Did they end up sticking with the decision to get them as loot with monsters only or did they do the right thing and all cross-pollination?
  5. Eslake

    Eslake Guest

    erm.. well yeah ;) and the cocoa IS a tree.

    Cypress (2 types), juniper bushes, and spider trees.

    Check the Botany/Nutrition forum for specifics. No cross-polination tho. :(