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issueid=79 01-20-2009 05:46 AM
FF Whiner
Errors in server console (linux build)

Hello all,

I noticed several errors coming up at the console.
The game itself plays fine and I also think no player who's in the server notices the error or any specific effect it's causing (if ever), but nonetheless, I'd like to report it:

Quote:
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (1700.000000) in SendPropFloat 'm_vecBaseVelocity', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (1700.000000) in SendPropFloat 'm_vecBaseVelocity', clamping.
DataTable warning: player: Out-of-range value (1700.000000) in SendPropFloat 'm_vecBaseVelocity', clamping.
The above shows a lot when you run maps like ff_bases, ff_destroy or ff_palermo

Quote:
hud_state = 1
hud_state = 0
hud_state = 0
hud_state = 2
hud_state = 1
hud_state = 1
The above seems to be quite random. I've seen the start of them popping up at ff_impact. Haven't seen them on any other map

Quote:
LEVEL DESIGN ERROR: Entity ov_point20 is parented to itself!
The above is shown when you load up ff_2fort. Think this is just another error that won't really do any harm

That's it...

-- Rawh
Issue Details
Project Fortress Forever
Category Unknown
Status Confirmed
Priority 8
Affected Version 2.2
Fixed Version (none)
Users able to reproduce bug 0
Users unable to reproduce bug 0
Assigned Users (none)
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01-20-2009 05:47 AM
FF Whiner
 
Next to that, there's no category for server issues.
Might I recommend adding:
  • Server (win32)
  • Server (linux)
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01-20-2009 03:56 PM
 
No idea about those last 2, but

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Out-of-range value (1700.000000) in SendPropFloat 'm_vecBaseVelocity', clamping.
This is nothing to be worried about. It's because we have to set our airlift push values higher than the max (800) because otherwise airlifts go too slow.
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