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Skill Tracker

Discussion in 'UO Enhanced Client Discussion' started by deadite, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. deadite

    deadite Sage
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    When I turn on the skill tracker it doesn't seem to update when I gain skill points. I have to turn it off and back on to reflect any changes.

    Does it work for anyone else?

    I'm still getting the hang of the EC, but I am enjoying it so far. I came back to UO recently and I'm using it exclusively. I hope EA plans to continue improving it!
     
  2. Fink

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    I find the interface elements sometimes fail to update if I've been playing for a while.

    Sometimes when I'm parked in a safe area so I can leave the room for whatever reason, I'll just quit the client and restart it when I get back. If I'm going away for a few minutes the game will likely disconnect me anyway, and restarting seems to freshen things up somehow.
     
  3. deadite

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    Thanks Fink... you are right. It seems to be working fine today!
     
  4. Fink

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    I noticed it with rubber-banding just yesterday. I was in the Tomb of Kings and it was bouncing horribly and throwing me out of stealth as it usually does. I went and hid in a corner and, when I was satisfied I wasn't going to bounce out again, I quit & restarted the client. It was much better afterwards.

    Perhaps there is some over-arching problem inherent in running the client for a long time (or shorter time in the case of lower spec' computers). Memory leaks or something? Caching problems? I don't know such things as I'm not technically savvy. In any case I think they need look at making the client run more efficiently as time seems to be its enemy.