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Mostly minor updates this time, but definitely some incremental improvements.
Beta 1.12 changes:
- When saving your game, an error will display if the save fails for any reason. This should prompt you to try the save again rather than assuming everything worked fine. This is intended to help cut down on the frequency of corrupted save files.
- The Exploit tab on the Systems screen now shares the environmental level of systems (Hostile/Fertile/Gaia) in addition to the resource levels. The tab and shift-tab keys can be used to easily toggle between the tabs.
- The diplomatic penalty for excession expansion has been lessened somewhat. This penalty should come into play but was not intended to dominate diplomatic relations
- AI Bomber designs will now include ship combat weapons to allow them to blast their way through player-constructed ship embargos. The number of asteroids on the combat map has been reduced slightly as well.
- AI estimations on the amount of spending required to finish various categories (Defense, Industry, etc) has been improved.
- Ship Combat will no longer trigger between two bomber ships that have no ship combat weapons.
- Bioweapon animations will no longer occur when auto-resolving combat.
- A handful of reported exceptions have been addressed.
- When starting new games, you can now toggle random events off. This was a hotkey feature supported in the original Master of Orion.
- For player colonies, there is now a flag that you can toggle on to be red, white or blue. This flag will be visible on the Main map and the Fleet map. You may want to use this, for example, to mark colonies for attention while you are going through the spending reallocation list.
- When calculating range to fire missiles, the AI will now consider the possibility that the player ship will move out of range before the missile reaches it. Loved the Michael Jordan meme!
- You can no longer send transports from rebelling colonies
- The ANIMATIONS: ON/OFF setting has been replaced with a GRAPHICS: NORMAL/MEDIUM/LOW. The medium setting now turns of anti-aliasing for images (which is now the default setting) and the low setting does that and stops animations.
- AI ships will continue attacking after decloaking.
- When the AI has initiative at the start of ship combat, there will be a brief pause before it moves to allow you time to ponder the meaning of life before the Space Crystal one-shots your fleet again.
- Fixed a bug where sometimes the wrong race name was shown for an AI diplomat.
- Loading and Saving games will no longer reset the background music
- If ECO spending is set to "Clean" for a colony and unlocked, it will now automatically adjust upwards or downwards to maintain the minimum spending level for "Clean".
- The diplomatic dialogue screen now tells you which empire the diplomat belongs to, in case you are on a large map where races are duplicated
- Transports invading enemy systems are now treated as "armed fleets" for the purposes of the map's ship-transport toggle. This means that the transport toggle will now hide transports that are transferring population without hiding transports that are invading systems.
- Invading transports will now have to run the gauntlet against any hostile orbiting fleet, not just fleets allied with the system they are invading.
- Corrected some incorrected racial research proficiencies
- When system spending is automatically reallocated when a project completes, it will shift spending to Industry, Ecology and Defense, in that order, before going to Research. Also corrected some errors in the industry allocation logic. Remember: locked spending categories will always remain unchanged.
- When retreating, if there are multiple systems requiring the same travel time in turns, the system selected from those will be the one nearest in distance.
- The AI will probably consider obsolescence with regards to ship weapon technologies. This will hopefully stop them for askign for your Ion Cannon technology 300 turns into the game.
- In galaxies with less than 100 stars, the space monsters move more slowly proportional the the size of the galaxy (50 stars = twice as slow, 33 stars = 3 times as slow). This should give players more time to deal with them.
- Corrected some display lag for several of the map overlays during the Next Turn processes
- During the naming phase of the colonization screen, the game will no longer demand keyboard focus when minimized.
- Fixed an error where a ship with no ECM had the same missile defense as a shp with ECM level 1.
- Fixed an [other_race] text substitution issue when the AI agrees to join you in a joint war against an empire that he was already secretly preparing to go to war against.
- Corrected starting year displays for the Bulrathi and Mrrshan
- The colony panel on the Systems screen will now show the proper turn number for historical events
- Improved arrow drawing on the Fleets screen
- For the design screen, added brief descriptions for beam focus specials
- Handled some errors when logging to stderr and stdout.
- You can now use the mousewheel on the opening screen to raise or lower the volume for Sounds and Music. In addition, an error caused by attempting to play sounds on a PC that has no sound system (or a disabled one) has been fixed.
- A message has been added warning when there was a failure with the autosave
- Pausing Auto-Play in ship combat will now properly end when a player ship becomes the current stack
- Some issues with stack retreating have been fixed. If unarmed defending ships are still in orbit when a bomber has finished bombing, the bomber will be forced to retreat.
- The AI will now more aggressively prioritize battle computers when constructing bomber designs.
- Fixed a bug with not being able to stop rebellions that I incorrectly thought I fixed in 1.8a.
- AI Opponent limit raised to 49. This should have always been the limit.
- Spies can now only frame empires that are within economic range of their victims.
- When the colony capacity is calculated on the Systems Exploit tab, it will no longer consider factories in excess of your colony's maximum
- Beta 1.8d fixed various issues on the map with selecting fleets.
- Beta 1.8c fixed a crash caused by the Space Crystal entering an uncolonized system.
- Beta 1.8b fixed an introduced bug that allowed players to redirect AI fleets
- Beta 1.8a fixes an introduced bug that prevented players from retaking rebelling colonies with transports.
- Colonies destroyed by bioweapons now destroy properly so you can complete combat. Bioweapon incident severity is now modified by an empire's leader type, as with Genocide incidents.
- The AI will now better gauge threats from ships carrying bombs and bioweapons, and will shift targets more realistically in order to protect planets.
- Empires that are out of economic range will no longer issue warnings or offer praise, although they will still notice the incidents that trigger these. This should help significantly with notification spam in very large galaxies with dozens of opponents.
- Friendly transports arriving in a system will now immediately join the colony rather than taking their turn with other transports that may have arrived on the same turn.
- Retreating fleets can now once again be rerouted to any allied system on the turn they retreat. This was broken in the fleet management rewrite between Alpha 5 and the Beta.
- Similarly, fleets rallied to another system can once again be undeployed on the turn they are rallied.
- Deploying a fleet on the Main map and then redeploying it to the same system on the Fleet screen will no longer remove the fleet.
- Deploying ships to another system will no longer join existing deployed fleets if they have a different arrival time.
- The "Fire All Weapons" button will now change to "Turn Done" even if you have unused specials.
- A ship armed only with missiles responsible for defending a colony will now retreat when all of its missiles have been used.
- Rallies to and from a system will now be stopped when the colony in that system is destroyed.
- On the planetary bombardment prompt, the incoming player transport total will now include those that have arrived and will land on the current turn.
- The starting ship designs for players are now back to their MOO1 defaults.
- Fixed an issue where multiple fleets were in an orbit to fight a space monster but only one fleet would actually engage in combat.
- Corrected the possibility of the Crystal destroying a colony in combat but that colony surviving if the Crystal was later destroyed in that same combat.
- Stargate construction completion times are now correct.
- Trap and recover from an error that was causing PulseAudio systems to stop playing sounds and music.
- On the Design UI, mousewheeling the selected weapon to "None" will reset the number to zero.
- More sanity checks to prevent a colony from getting a move command (and moving!) when the player is toggling between Auto-Play.
- Corrected a text substitution error on the Sakkra genocide warning, and also on the AI response after offering monetary aid.
- Stopped the ability to scroll the main map by hovering over tiny spacings between the colony sliders.
- Hopefully fixed the Ship Design rename issue that has been plaguing Mac users forever. I am very grateful for fierasforever downloading the code and tweaking it for his Mac until he found the root cause. THANK YOU!!
- The Ship Repulsor special can now be used offensively to move an enemy ship back one space.
- The AI will now value Battle Computers more highly when researching techs and building Fighter and Destroyer ships. Hopefully their ships will hit harder than before. Noticing things like this and letting me know is exactly how we are all going to improve the AI during the beta.
- Rallied fleets can now be redirected on the turn they launch
- In-transit fleets can now be redirected on the Fleet screen if you have Hyperspace Communications. Keep in mind that you still cannot split fleets when using HC.
- Torpedo weapons can now only be fired every other turn.
- Diplomatic menus where you trade techs will now show the tier and research cost for the various tech options.
- The space amoeba now shrinks every time he splits. He now also splits at the beginning of his turn instead of the end. In addition, a bug has been fixed wherein the amoeba would destroy a colony in combat but the colony would survive if the amoeba were later killed in that combat.
- The "Fire All Weapons" option will no longer trigger your ship specials, and will no longer do extra damage for multi-shot weapons.
- Fixed an issue with Stream Projector weapons reducing an AI ships' max hits to 1 and then no longer being able to attack them.
- By request, the "Pop Growth" information on a Colony's ECO slider is always displayed.
- You can now use F7/F8 on the Main map to cycle through planets are have enemy fleets in orbit or in transit to them.
- The flashing crosshairs on the Systems screen have been made a little prettier.
- When prompted to accept the council ruling, you will now see the image of the elected ruler, not the top candidate.
- The "Completed Upgrade" message for missile bases no longer reflects the type of missile since this could be conceivably two types now.
- Clarified the descriptive text for Hyperspace Communications to remove the references to transports.
- Fixed dialogue text errors when you signed a trade treaty or when the AI offers to exchange technology.
- Beta 1.6a was uploaded to address a combat crash introduced in 1.6
- Many, many large images in the Bulrathi and Klackon sabotage animations have been resampled down to a more reasonable size. The overall size of the jar file has dropped 20%. I wish I could lose weight that easily!
- When requesting a tech trade, the AI was using the player's language text file. Yes, Meklars, they were making fun of you. I've told them to stop.
- When you scrap a ship design, it will no longer clear the design.
- A significant diplomacy bug was fixed wherein the AI empires stopped caring about the size of your empire once they warned you about it. Now they care again. The players of a lot of these massive saves I've been sent are about to get bogged down in huge wars.
- The Orion Guardian will now continue attacking player ships once within one square of range.
- AI ships can now target and attack more than one stack per turn, provided they have the necessary movement and weapons.
- AI ships firing missiles at you will now no longer retreat until their missiles have landed.
- When a player loses a ship combat encounter, he will now see the killing blow on his last stack.
- The "Fire All Weapons" option has been removed from colonies. There are two possible missile options; you can only fire one. This was causing a combat bug that many people reported.
- Space Monsters will rampage twice as fast through the galaxy, but you'll get an additional turn of warning to respond. Space Amoebas will now destroy 90% of factories (per MOO1), but will also eat all of the waste on the planet. Space Crystals will now leave the maximum amount of waste on the planet (per MOO1).
- The data lists on the Race->Status tab will now show all races instead of the top 8, and are now scrollable.
- When you win the game with a Military Alliance, you will no longer see an error pop up before the game congratulates you.
- Colonies destroyed by the comet event will no longer cause a crash when selected on the Systems UI
- Espionage warnings caused by a Spy Confession incident will now properly remove the "[framed]" tag from the message
- A bug caused by hitting escape while your ship was landing on the colonization screen when sound effects were turned off has been fixed.
- Fixed a error related to the Supernova event
- In Ship Combat, there is now a "Fire All Weapons" option when hovering over a target. This will attempt to fire all valid weapons, including multi-shots, in order until the target is destroyed or all weapons are expended. If no weapons can fire, it should work as a "Turn Done" button. It's new and not that polished yet.
- The Space Amoeba is no longer bugged in a way that required you to use missiles to kill it. That's the good news. The bad news is that you will no longer be able to bomb the Amoeba nor the Crystal, and also that the Amoeba will permanently destroy the ships it eats rather than having them show up in orbit the next turn, albeit with significant emotional scars.
- Espionage warnings triggered when you are framed by another empire will now blame you in the text, not the empire that framed you. In addition, you will be informed at the end of the message, "[You were framed.]". But you know it's the Darloks.
- AI Empires will be much more hesitant to enter into pacts and alliances with erratic leaders, as they should. This was causing a lot of unnecessary treaties forming and breaking based on the mood of the erratic leader.
- When committing sabotage, the galaxy map is now zoomable and draggable, allowing you to blow up those hard-to-reach colonies.
- Fixed an error on the Design UI where the "S" hotkey would allow you to scrap your last ship design. That's a no-no. Also on that screen, I enabled hotkeys for Clear, Rename, and Deploy.
- Fixed an error caused when a colony under the effects of a supernova event was destroyed.
- Stargate maintenance is now an empire-wide expense spread out evenly to all colonies. The colony listing now has an entry for the pct of your empire production that is being spent on stargates.
- Hovering over the ECO slider will now always show expected pop growth. Previously, it was not showing this when expected pop growth was zero. Some people just want to be disappointed, I guess.
- When a space monster destroys a colony and degrades the planet type, the planetary waste levels will drop to stay below the new maximum waste levels for the planet. This was causing negative planetary sizes when unclean Silicoid colonies were munched.
- When a monster eats a colony, every empire now knows there is a new uncolonized planet available for the taking. GNN has a big mouth.
- In combat, when you are out of bombs, it will say "Out of Bombs" instead of "Out of Missiles".
- AI Ship targeting has been tweaked to be more likely to focus on enemy fleets that can harm it, as opposed to those it can do the most harm to.
- Desired range for firing weapons has been improved so that AI ships containing a mix of missiles and weapons won't just hang back until their missiles are gone. These types of ships will move forward more aggressively than before.
- Weapon and damage animations have been sped up considerably when you are "Auto-Playing" the combat. Huzzah!
- Multi-shot weapons were doing too much damage. This has been fixed.
- When your weapon and bomb attacks successfully hit but cannot penetrate the target's deflector shields, the damage message will now say "Deflected" instead of "Miss".
- In combat, right-clicking the mouse will now more accurately auto-move your mouse cursor to the current stack and highlight the "Turn Done" button. Try this out sometime.
- The "Pause" button on the Ship Combat screen will never be grayed out.
- The four random events that give periodic updates (Comet, Pirates, Plague, Supernova) will no longer give an update if it happens to also be on the turn that the event is completed.
- The Supernova event announcement now gives an indication which empire is affected by it.
- The problem with a selected colony on the map not being selected when you go to the Colony listing should be fixed. It had to do with the colony listing not pre-scrolling down for colonies further down the list.
- When scrolling on the colony listing, the colony selection will continue to scroll up (or down) even after the scroll bar has reached its end. This returns the scrolling behavior back to its Alpha 5 state.
- On the system informational panel in the Systems screen, an asteroid system will now properly say "No Colonizable Planets" instead of "Uncolonized".
- The range for allied colonies will no longer say "O Light-Years". It will instead say "Allied Colony".
- The size of the hovering "box" for star systems on the galaxy map will now match the colored "ownership" circle around it. Easier to click!
- A couple of miscellaneous exceptions were fixed.
- When you win the Galactic Council vote, the tendency of AI Empires to rebel has been overhauled. It now goes like this:
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- Systems with Iced Tea PulseAudio will now properly play sound files. Jeremy McKay and I both had a fix for this but I liked his change better so he gets the credit. His was done correctly while mine was more of a Gorilla-typing-at-a-keyboard attempt.
- As a result of the Guardian Ship change in 1.2, every ship entering the Orion system was getting a scan of the planet. This was giving the first arrival some free techs. Your fun has been officially cancelled.
- If an AI signs a peace treaty with you or another AI, he will respect that treaty for its duration, even if his allies want him to rejoin. I didn't do all of that work getting "war weariness" into the game only to have some needy ally throw it all away.
- Smashing the "N" key at the start of the game like a madman will no longer trigger Next Turn processing so fast that the game complains.
- An error triggered when retreating after combat has been resolved.
- If you are "trespassing" in a system for an empire you currently at war with you, the game is no longer going to alert you that their ambassador is mad at you. We're pretty sure you are aware.
- AI ships equipping only missile weapons will now retreat from the battle when their missiles are expended.
- OH. Guess what. A last-minute pre-beta change for the AI to balance a ship's weapons across all 4 slots had the unintended effect (some might call it a bug but I call it guaranteed employment) of AI ships only firing one weapon slot per round. This is now fixed, which means that, on average, AI ships will now hit you 4 times as hard. Grats.
- When saving a ship design, any weapons that you have added that have zero quantity will be reset to "No Weapon"
- Can't find that system you selected? Well, the selection circle will now pulse at you. Still can't find it? ok. Double-clicking on the system's graphic pane will now automatically recenter the map on that system.
- The Human Diplomat no longer has a mysterious black thing on her shoulder while talking. I think it was a tiny Darlok telling her what to say.
- Gauss Autocannon has a shorter description to play nice on the tech selection screen.
- You can no longer hover on systems behind the System information panel on the Systems screen.
- When clearing a ship design on the design screen, weapon counts will now be properly set back to zero. You can no longer accidentally create a ship with 12 nothings in slot 3.
- Some OpenJDK/Ubuntu systems were not able to start the game because of incompatibilites with Ubuntu's audio system. Jeremy McKay experienced this problem and fixed it for me. Ahhh, the wonders of open source!
- An error during Next Turn caused by a bombardment between two empires not at war was fixed. They will now properly get angry at each other rather than waiting around while you send me an email with the save.
- An error caused when using the Fleet UI to send transports from one system to itself was fixed. This is why I shouldn't test my games because I never thought of doing that.
- An error caused when AI spies were trying to commit sabotage on a system that had just been destroyed. It was being munched by a space monster in the save sent to me. Fixed.
- The system panel for alien empires will now properly show colony information if you have a ship in orbit.
- An issue with the Ship Combat prompt showing the incorrect terrain image for the affected system has been fixed.
- A error ending the game with a military victory was fixed. You will now get the proper game over message. Your fallen AI enemies will now get the Black Screen of Death.
- The Guardian Ship will now stay dead. Then you can get all of that glorious loot and karma.
- If you use the Fleet UI override a transport sent on the main map, it will work.
- An infrequent error caused in ship combat with the Space Crystal is now fixed. You will now get to watch in horror as he mercilessly destroys your stacks of small and medium ships.
- Speaking of the Space Crystal, he's a little tougher. He won't be such a cakewalk for large ships with auto-repair. His attacks will now gradually weaken both your battle computers and your auto-repair ability, so don't dilly-dally around. Anyone who has faced the Crystal knows he doesn't dilly-dally around. He's always in a hurry.
- The ship overlay information on the Ship Combat UI will now reflect the selected target's capabilities, not the capabilities of its ship design. This is because some of those capabilities can be altered during combat.
- When the game is trying to nicely reallocate spending for you when something is completed on a system, it will no longer expect Silicoid players to pay for Soil Enrichment. In addition, when Silicoid players learn the Soil Enrichment tech, they will not be prompted to update ECO spending on their colonies. You know, the ECO tree for the Silicoids just plain sucks.