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Spahut 10-12-12 05:53 PM

Error: Carbonite changes standard map
 
if you look on the normal wow maps, Carbonite zooms up a level.

Why would you look at the wow map? Because there are indoor maps which are not in Carbonite.

For instance "Tomb of Conquerors".
I look at the map and see a layout of tomb, it stays on the screen for 2-3 seconds then the map automatically (and unwanted) zooms out to the zone map Kun-Lai Summit.

Why do I think its Carbonite 5.005001 ? Because it doesn't happen if you disable the addon.

jeffy162 10-12-12 07:37 PM

Update your Carbonite. Current version is 5.053 (says 5.05.03 in .toc).

I don't really know if that will solve the problem, but I figure your Carbonite will be up to date and if it still happens Rythal might be able to figure out why it happens.

Spahut 10-15-12 01:11 PM

Things no in change histories are rarely changed.

But if there is a new version I'm going to use that of course.

Rythal 10-15-12 04:29 PM

it has to do with micro-dungeons, which carbonite does not handle (yet).

Spahut 10-22-12 12:12 PM

So if I see something that doesn't work right, I shouldn't tell you because you already know? ;-)

JimJoBlue 10-22-12 12:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spahut (Post 267375)
So if I see something that doesn't work right, I shouldn't tell you because you already know? ;-)

No, bug reports are always welcome....

In this case the problem was known, But what if it was something that was not known? How else is Rythal gonna get the heads up?

Rythal 10-22-12 12:39 PM

I was just mentioning why it doesn't work to keep people informed if they are curious, it was not ment as a "oh I know so don't bother telling me" thing.


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