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Posted: 2019-08-17 18:06 Post subject: Site Patched to 2.19.8
Last day of the Kickstarter, so why not... The details of what's included in the update are as follows:
Fixed the record sheets so Tripods which decide to mount shields will now have them adequately reflected on the record sheets for the applicable arm(s). Took a little doing as I had to make a custom shield image that didn't look too silly (and I'm not very artistic).
Fixed an issue where special characters (i.e., non-ASCII characters such as ø) were not rendering properly when submitted as part of the manufacturer information. They now submit, save, and render properly. And they can also be re-used accordingly in future designs from the lookup lists.
Fixed an issue where the option to post BASE configurations of OmniMechs to the forums was not present. This was due to the fact that in days gone well by, you couldn't view BASE configurations, only variants. You've been able to view and edit BASE configurations for a little while now.
Fixed an issue where the Availability and Rule Level information for units was incorrect when the unit was equipped with a PCC Capacitor. As part of the fix, all units who mounted a PPC Capacitor were recalculated so availability and rule level information is correct.
Added WizKids to the Publisher list for Game Material. There was at least one book published while they had control during the Dark Age click-tech years. So it'll now be listed along with other game material.
Updated the validation check when designing a unit so it generates a warning when Turrets are distributed, but have no weapons or equipment mounted in them.
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