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CryoFall - Patch notes v0.19.x (Localization Update)
« on: March 08, 2019, 11:27:58 am »
New CryoFall update is finally live now!

This time it doesn't include any new content or features, but it introduces incredibly important technical change - and that is full support for localization!
We will provide the localization tool for making unofficial localizations soon (we need to decide which languages will receive official localization).

=== CryoFall v0.19.1 ===

Major new features and changes:
   - Full localization support. Now any part of the game can be translated into other languages. This includes both: game content and any UI elements.

Changes & improvements:
   - You can now change key binding to open developer console.
   - Increased distance for weapon shot and hit sounds as well as destruction sounds.
   - Pain doesn't prevent health regeneration now.
   - Implemented tooltip show delay to make UI less noisy when you move the cursor over multiple item slots, etc.
   - Added additional checks to make sure "respawn near your bed" cannot respawn you in a location that is not suitable (e.g. rad towns, water, etc.).
   - Made sure oil/Li spots wouldn't spawn too close to players' land claims.
   - Accurate running animation speed.
   - General performance and quality improvements.     

Fixes:
   - Fixed performance degradation with item tooltips after several hours related to item tooltips (thanks @PanBanan, @KaypeX).
   - Fixed radiation and heat post-effects screen noise.

Important:
   - The world has been wiped. Enjoy a fresh start!
   - If you host a game server - please update to the latest version (the savegame from <game root>/Data folder should be deleted manually as the game will be unable to load it due to incompatibilities between the versions).
   - If you have any compilation errors on launch - please disable any mods you have installed. You could also contact mod authors to ask them to update their mods to the latest specification defined in A19.
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