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[Responded] One band member keeps sitting down while playing

Discussion in 'Sound, Music, Audio, & Instruments' started by Vladamir Begemot, May 6, 2018.

  1. Vladamir Begemot

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    5/5/2018 11:11 PM
    Title: One band member keeps sitting down while playing
    Reproduction Rate: 2x
    Blocker? Yes
    Details: During band practice, one band member has now sat down twice during the middle of a song. She's playing the tambour drums.
    Steps to Reproduce: Play music in a band, have one person on the drums, maybe that's the trigger.
    User Specs:
    OS: Windows 10 (10.0.0) 64bit
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5820K CPU @ 3.30GHz (12) System RAM: 32603
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU RAM: 8079
    SotA.Win.64.773.Date.05.01.18
    Area: POT_desert_metropolis_01b_template/Caelestis Canton
    Area Display Name: Caelestis Canton
    Loc: (404.0, 46.9, 234.5)
    Debug: UE9UX2Rlc2VydF9tZXRyb3BvbGlzXzAxYl90ZW1wbGF0ZXxDYWVsZXN0aXMgQ2FudG9ufCg0MDQuMDE0LCA0Ni45NDksIDIzNC41MzkpfCgwLCAwLjkyNywgMCwgLTAuMzc1KXwzMjEuNTYyM3wxOS4xMzE3NHw4LjY0MDAwOQ==
     
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    It's hard to tell what happened since this happened to someone else. /AFK can trigger itself a few different ways so I'd have to know how she was operating her controls exactly. We don't want people evading /afk by playing an instrument (then actually going AFK) for a few reasons. But at the same time, I know she wasn't trying to do anything of the sort in this context. It's just those other scenarios we have to keep in mind. But we also don't want to interrupt musical events...
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    I am relatively certain we had all been moving around right before typing in the song name. It was oddly short the amount of time before she sat down, and puzzled us all.

    I'll keep an eye out when we do band practice again, but perhaps making sure the AFK timer is reset by starting a song, which would indicate some action has taken place, more than tapping a movement key.