Glorious! Huge props to Eric and everyone involved for keeping this most historically accurate Quake source port in line with the modern hardware’s requirements.
Speaking of hardware requirements: Is there a way to run quakespasm 0.93 without hardware acceleration? Laugh if you want, but I used to run quakespasm 0.92 on an old laptop with Intel graphics without any good Linux drivers, and it ran smoothly, but now, with 0.93, it is unplayable (as in “one frame every other second”). Is this just a new default setting that can be undone in the configs, or is this a permanent change?
@tobk try adding -noglsl to the command-line options. That will force it to use OpenGL 1.x features only.
This seems to work perfectly. 0.93 runs smoothly again (even better than before, I think), and also loads and runs Forgotten Sepulcher (haven’t played it through, yet, though). Thanks!
Did they fix a lift bug? Sometimes when I move the elevator up, I hit something (I suspect that elevator tries to move through my legs), get damage and start to go down
Are you using a higher refresh rate? Above 72Hz? If so, this causes physics issues in some maps. host_maxfps 72 or lower will fix this.
Are you using a higher refresh rate? Above 72Hz? If so, this causes physics issues in some maps. host_maxfps 72 or lower will fix this.[/quote]
I use defauld options, and max fps is 72. But I see the bug sometimes.
I can quickly call to mind only one bugged lift on Rudl’s map from this pack: https://www.quaddicted.com/reviews/768_pack.html
72 fps is bad value, I see the bug. I set 60 max fps, it is better, I dont see bug with 60.