Wetness/Non-Wetness Prefix of Tool/Weapons in Hand is Shown on a Mob, Not the Actual Wetness Prefix of the Mob [Re-report]


lakhnish
  • Fixed

This is a re-report of my two previous bug reports.

Spoiler

 

To see the true wetness/non-wetness prefix of a mob, you need to hold ALT when mousing over a mob. Without that, the bug is that the shown saturation when hovering over a mob is the tool's saturation when held, not the mob's/environment's saturation when hovering over a mob.

Here are the two scenarios:

A) If you're holding a dry weapon/tool and hovering over a wet mob (because the environment is wet), it will show a white text saying its dry, even though its wet. 

B) If you're holding a wet weapon and hover over a dry mob, it says its wet even though its not (because the environment is dry). (Example: Wear an Ice Cube to make yourself and tools/weapons wet in a dry environment, examine a mob that is going to be dry b/c of dry environment, see that what's being displayed is a blue text saying its wet when its not. Do an opposite case for situation A).  

This does not affect the damage of electrical weapons, so no worries there (it's a visual bug).


Steps to Reproduce
Got a wet environment (which means wet mob), yet you're holding a dry tool/weapon? Hold a tool or weapon and hover over said mob and see that what's being displayed is a white text, even though it's actually wet. Got a dry environment, yet holding awet tool/weapon? Hovering over mob says that its wet when its not. Doesn't affect damage of electrical weapons, so no worries there.

Status: Fixed

This issue has been fixed in either a future version or updated in a previous version.


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lakhnish

Posted (edited)

Yay, this bug got fixed!

I stand corrected. Was looking at a dummytarget and made the assumption that it was fixed. It hasn't and will report at a later date.

Edited by lakhnish

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