Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by kamnet » 04 Sep 2013 11:22

zBase is a 32-bpp base graphics set. Only one base graphics set can be loaded at a time. zBase currently does not have all of the graphics, mostly missing in the GUI. Buildings, ground sprites, etc. are there.

To switch to OpenGFX, from the main menu click on "Game Settings" then change the base graphic set from zBase to OpenGFX.

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by Gankenstein » 04 Sep 2013 11:51

kamnet wrote:To switch to OpenGFX, from the main menu click on "Game Settings" then change the base graphic set from zBase to OpenGFX.
That did the trick, the warning disappeared. I take it that OpenGFX r1016 ('LATEST') is identical to OpenGFX 0.4.7 (acquired via Bananas).

So the issue was with zBase being 'incomplete'. The zBase version used is r250 (from http://bundles.openttdcoop.org/zbuild/push/LATEST/). Does this mean trunk can't be played with zBase or is there an appropriate zBase version elsewhere?

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by planetmaker » 04 Sep 2013 11:58

Gankenstein wrote:
kamnet wrote:To switch to OpenGFX, from the main menu click on "Game Settings" then change the base graphic set from zBase to OpenGFX.
That did the trick, the warning disappeared. I take it that OpenGFX r1016 ('LATEST') is identical to OpenGFX 0.4.7 (acquired via Bananas).

So the issue was with zBase being 'incomplete'. The zBase version used is r250 (from http://bundles.openttdcoop.org/zbuild/push/LATEST/). Does this mean trunk can't be played with zBase or is there an appropriate zBase version elsewhere?
It means indeed that zBase has not yet been updated with that sprite. Though you can still use it to play. You'll have one, two places where a sprite will be missing in the UI. Looking funky possibly, but nothing which breaks gameplay.

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by Gankenstein » 04 Sep 2013 12:21

Thanks a bunch to both Kamnet and planetmaker for helping me! :bow:

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by noah22 » 27 Mar 2014 16:24

Thanks for all your effort. Sharing your knowledge really help me. :D

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by Whalker » 08 Jan 2016 23:51

Hi.
i don´t know where to right. But i noticed a thing missing in the new realeas of OTTD 1.5.3.27462.
When mousing over a station ore a mine for example. It doesn´t show the amount of koal there are. And how much koal there are in the station for trucks to pick up.
U need to klick it now to see it.

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by Sylf » 09 Jan 2016 00:40

The official version of OpenTTD does not include that feature. What you had before was probably a patched version that included the Station Tooltips patch, such as this and this.

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by ir1n1o57 » 20 Jul 2017 03:12

The ottd 1.7.1 works faster on pentium 4 windows xp than core2duo ubuntu 64bit.
Why? Core2duo is much faster!
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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by Sylf » 20 Jul 2017 04:40

It's all about CPU clock speed. If you have 3.8GHz P4 and 2.66GHz Core2, Pentium 4 can run OpenTTD faster, even if it's not the case with other applications.

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by ir1n1o57 » 20 Jul 2017 08:09

Because ottd is just using 1 core?
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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by kamnet » 20 Jul 2017 11:18

ir1n1o57 wrote:Because ottd is just using 1 core?
For the most part, yes.

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by MagicBuzz » 22 Jun 2018 20:26

Hello,

May I'm wrong, but it looks like the "nightly" build found on the official web site isn't… a nightly.

Is was release on 6th april 2018, we are the 22nd june…


On GitHub I can see there were some code changes in the last few days, so… where is the real nightly ? With the lastest changes ?

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by Andrew350 » 30 Jun 2018 23:53

So, echoing the post above...is there currently anywhere available to download the latest nightlies?

I can only assume the compile farm must not be back up and running yet (or it's not hooked up to the website or something), but it sure would be nice to try some of the recent changes :wink:

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Re: Windows and Linux (Nightly) Downloads

Post by orudge » 03 Jul 2018 09:08

I believe it's being worked on; I don't know if TrueBrain has an update?

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