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Critical- PVP'ers switching to Linux to exploit seeing Invisible players

Discussion in 'Critical Issues (Blockers, Performance, Crashes)' started by Yakamo LLTS, Dec 1, 2017.

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  1. Yakamo LLTS

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    1. Title:pVPers switching to Linux to exploit seeing Invisible players
    2. Reproduction Rate:100%
    3. Blocker?
    4. Details:Use linux
    5. Steps to Reproduce:
    6. User Specs:
     
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    How did you come to this conclusion? No context was provided here.
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    Sorry for the late reply. I don't run linux but i have thief friends who do. This was something us thief community thought was a concern for pvp as well as pick pocketing. The details to reproduce, i believe is just using the client itself, but i do apologize if it is more complex than that.
    @Lexie
     
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    Sounds just a little bit sensationalized.

    Important bug though if Linux client doesn't respect invisible effects.

    I'm not going to install a linux box to rerpo though. :p
     
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    I am using Linux. I do not see failures with invisibility. Avatars that are using hiding, got translucent / invisible regarding to there current skill and distance.
    Please, describe what Linux is doing wrong?
     
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