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  1. From Tuesday I'll have time again, so I'll add myself behind Cascadia. Claimed: Queue: UTMAN, Cascadia, Broxzier, giraty, Tune, Jochem, Wuis Missed: jensj12, TCE, YoloSweggLord, Redscope53
  2. Secretly we're all criminals that have set up an ongoing project to try to get people to download a modified version of a decade old game, and created all this fake evidence and a community around the project to get people to trust the builds, which are in fact viruses! Mhuahahah. Yes, there is, just check the the definition: "A computer virus is a type of malicious software program ("malware") that, when executed, replicates by reproducing itself (copying its own source code) or infecting other computer programs by modifying them." OpenRCT2 is not a malicious software program It does not reproduce itself It does not modify other programs Technically OpenRCT2 does get close to the last one, because it first used a modified version of the RCT2 binary that would load the DLL on startup, but because it's not malicious software, it doesn't count as a virus.
  3. @Wuis You can add the .sv6 extension manually and you should be able to open it. In case you don't see extensions, you can turn them on in explorer here:
  4. Hello and welcome to the forums! New accounts can only make one post within the first 24 hours to prevent spam, which is why you couldn't post anything after this post. This is apparently not made clear, you're not the first to be confused by it.
  5. Sorry, I should have replied earlier. Sadly I don't have the time to work on it now. Claimed: Queue: @Jochem , Wuis, UTMAN, SpiffyJack, giraty, Tune Missed: jensj12, TCE, Cascadia, YoloSweggLord, Redscope53, Broxzier
  6. If the windows are too small to navigate, you can also edit the scale in your config.ini file in your documents/openrct2 folder. Look for the line starting with window_scale, and change the value back to 1.0.
  7. Hopefully the boats, track and people's backs are strong at this point: I imagine it would be quite painful to get from splashing in the water onto the lift with such speed.
  8. I guess you know the answer already. This definitely needs to wait until the new safe format. The boosters were hacked in basically, and we don't want to dirty the codebase for other track pieces.
  9. Next time you try to suggest a new feature, please do a little bit of research first, okay?
  10. Back in the days of Windows NT that might have made sense, but version numbers are typically not saved anywhere other than in text. The only time you want to store a version number somewhere that I can think of is for centralized version control systems (SVN, Perforce), and these use just one number for their version, starting from 1. Assuming this number is a 32-bit integer, you would still have 2147483647 (2^31-1) versions before you run out.
  11. Don't split the numbers then. When a 9-year old has its birthday, it doesn't go back to 1, does it? As I said before, there are many different ways of versioning. The way you think it works is overcomplicated and rarely used at all, because that system immediately adds a limitation. What if it takes more than 100 changes to finish a feature? Then after the 100th commit, you can't continue. Moving on to 2.0 doesn't make sense, because then it's still in an unfinished state. Just think of it as: This is the 5th group park, and currently we're at version 20 of this park.
  12. Last time I checked 2 is not the same as 20.
  13. No... I'm saying the same thing I said before, here: After which I explained in more detail how it works.
  14. 5.20 is correct though, 5.2 is not. It's not one decimal, they are two numbers. Simply increase the latter.
  15. Claimed: Foxy Queue: UTMAN, SpiffyJack, giraty, RedScope53, YoloSweggLord, Tune, Broxzier, Jochem Missed: jensj12, TCE, Cascadia