Few bug fixes and a feature that has been requested. Your low endurance and hunger should no longer sneak up on you. The plan interface should be more friendly now and you can change your HUD to a larger one.
Will have more HUDs available later.
Well, here are the patch notes:
Should see some updates to PostNukeRP over the weekend. I allready have a few updates done on the dev server waiting to get pushed, but wanted to get a few more things added.
A upcomming feature that a few have requested was for something to warn the player that thier Hunger or Endurance is getting low. Will be working on adding something for this.
Some allready fixed bugs:
The problem of people owning each other and the world. That has been fixed and will be pushed out.
Color tool will also be opened backup to guests since Prop-protection now restricts the tool from beeing used on other people or props that are not owned (F12).
Just thought I would let you guys know that we are still around and still working on the gamemode.
Looks like this update is just bug fixes. I have verified that this fixes the E2 error that I had to put a patch in for, and should fix the spam from the knife.
Fixed not being able to join servers with non-English steam language
Fixed issues with datapack
Fixed Lua errors in animation system
Fixed particle crash
Fixed EP2 Hunter crash
Fixed Floor Turret crash
Fixed rare VPhysics crash
Fixed Weapon:DefaultReload crash
Added Entity:SequenceDuration( int )
Added Entity:SelectWeightedSequenceSeeded( int, int )
Added Entity:GetSequenceName GetSequenceActivity GetSequenceActivityName
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