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Re: [Enigma-devel] st-wood behaviour on ice

From: Karen Pouelle
Subject: Re: [Enigma-devel] st-wood behaviour on ice
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 17:12:24 +0000

That's good news - these different behaviors are actually coded, but...

How does one create a level such that it behaves as intended
(Specifically server::GameCompatibility != GAMET_OXYD1)? By default,
or by explicit settings, a level should be able to assume original or
more advanced behaviors, respectively.

I'd think that any corrections in behavior would require explicitly
setting the level to use it, thereby preserving the older levels while
being able to create new levels with better control over object

On 10/3/05, Daniel Heck <address@hidden> wrote:
> > I've noticed that when stone "wood" falls into a newly created abyss, it 
> > hovers.
> > At some point I saw this behavior when I pushed  the block onto a crackly 
> > spot,
> > where I wanted it to fall and form a crossing - but it did not.
> Actually, if you look closely at the code Michi posted, you will notice
> these lines:
>         void on_floor_change() {
>             if (server::GameCompatibility != GAMET_OXYD1)
>                 fall();
>         }
> Wooden blocks already behave the way you describe it when the game mode
> is set to Oxyd 1.  But be careful, this changes the behaviour of a few
> other objects as well.
> Other than that, I would object to changes in object behaviour that
> would affect any of the existing levels.  I did that too often in the
> past, and fixing the levels that were affected wasn't funny...
> - Daniel

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