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Hello


I don't know if it's a bug, or an idea for improvement... I do a daily crafting mission et I try to use the map research feature to find the NPC (the July 12th 2020), and I would like to know if other linux users have the same or not...

I type an NPC name (luoi nai-da) in the map search, and it answers me 2 lines (ok). But

* If I click on the 1st name (with the 2 on the right, name in lowercase): it zooms in on the map, but no flag displayed onthe map :(

* If I click on the name in upper case, then it shows me a flag but from another NPC (see the 2nd picture)


* When I search for something I know is in my file, ditto, another NPC is displayed, but not the thing I'm looking for (see the 3rd image)


More (with images) on https://fr.wiki.ryzom.com/wiki/Utilisatrice:Craftjenn/bug_map#in_ English



Thanks

Edited 3 times | Last edited by Craftjenn (3 weeks ago) | Reason: add links

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Craftjenn, Ranger, HO of Cercle du Bois d'Almati

#2 [en] 

In fact, I saw that ryzom client use mainly only 2 cores (my PC have 8).

One on them (n°5) was regularly at 100%, while the other ones do nothing (2-3%)... only when I launch Ryzom

I use a gnome extension, for power management (cpufreqctl), and I noticed that if I cut the boost, it seems better...

Edited 4 times | Last edited by Craftjenn (3 weeks ago)

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Craftjenn, Ranger, HO of Cercle du Bois d'Almati

#3 [en] 

Luoi Nai-Da is overseer in Hoi-Cho and there is white flag on the map. I do not know where you have placed the red flag (maybe inside the building?)

Map search only works for user landmarks and map area/region names.

The blue flag is mission flag and not filtered by map search.

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Hello!

#4 [en] 

Craftjenn

In fact, I saw that ryzom client use mainly only 2 cores (my PC have 8).

One on them (n°5) was regularly at 100%, while the other ones do nothing (2-3%)... only when I launch Ryzom

I use a gnome extension, for power management (cpufreqctl), and I noticed that if I cut the boost, it seems better...


The game client is badly optimized for "new computers". It's mainly due to NeL. I doubt this will change in a near future tbh. Basically it will require a full revamp of the engine (yes, I am making a shortcut here).
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