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The Silver Lining RC1 - Patch v.1.0.1
« on: August 02, 2006, 10:53:23 PM »
Hello everyone,

RC1 Patch v.1.0 is now released! XD  This is a critical patch and is highly recommended.  This patch must be applied after installing: The Silver Lining - Public RC1.   


This patch includes the following fixes, updates, and enhancements:

- added ability to go west from Village Main
- added animated scene objects in Docks, Village Main, and Garden
- fixed mispelling of the word "stranger" in intro text
- removed many output errors, resulting much smoother and less choppy gameplay
- fixed and added new Narrator error messages
- removed camera key bindings
- fixed "floating" Graham caused by excess walk speed
- fixed Graham from journeying infinitely more, rather than just once :P
- removed dialogue for Bookshop regarding non-existant note on door
- fixed bug where Graham would infinitely spin like a Tazmanian devil XD
- fixed text in exit game confirmation
- added exit confirmation to Quit button in options menu
- updated About and Mission info to include Patch info
- fixed right-click cycle to go from most common to least: Walk-Eye-Hand-Talk-Item
- fixed toolbar to go from most common to least: Walk-Eye-Hand-Talk
- fixed minor errors on Skip Intro dialogue box
- fixed minor error on PR Credits


Both Patch v.1.0 and the RC1 demo can be found on our Trilogy section.
« Last Edit: August 03, 2006, 05:42:36 AM by Yonkey »
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Re: The Silver Lining RC1 - Patch v.1.0.1
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2006, 05:43:39 AM »
I have now released RC1 Patch v.1.0.1 since I forgot to include a file in 1.0.  This file will fix the toolbar from staying hidden.
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