GlendaAdams, on May 3rd 2005, 03:37 PM, said:
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The only two major bugs I've noticed so far are:
• All the text are anti-aliased and therefore make them appear "fatter" and sometimes messes with the format.
• None of the keyboard shortcuts work anymore, which makes building and commanding units a little slower.
Has anyone else noticed these or other bugs?
You can download GameRanger from its website at http://www.gameranger.com/
Good luck and hope to see you on GR!
BTW, it's VERY important to open your ports 8186 & 8188 if you're using a router, otherwise you won't be able to play.
I contacted MacSoft and they told me that they are aware of the multiplayer speed issue and right now RoN requires the players to have at least T1 speed to play without lag.
I have cable modem with max of 700K/sec down and 50K/sec up, quite fast, but RoN still runs like crap during multiplayer.
Has anyone with regular broadband connection played RoN on GR without a problem?
c15zyx, on February 28th 2005, 07:31 PM, said:
I spoke to representatives from both stores today and they both said that if the product isn't on their website, they won't have it in stores. So check their websites first. As of today though neither store has Zero Hour.
I ordered my copy this morning from Amazon and I paid about $16 for "one-day shipping" but my order has yet to be shipped yet... and I can't cancel it either because I chose the "one-day shipping" method... my first order from Amazon and so far I don't have a very good impression of them. I wanted to order from IMG instead but IMG doesn't have "one-day shipping".
George the Flea, on February 21st 2005, 11:27 PM, said:
Hopefully one of the other Mac download sites will do a non-BitTorrent mirror of the demo so I can try it. KnightShift looks really cool.
Most ISPs, and likely your college, "blacklist" several common ports used by P2P applications, such as BitTorrent. These blacklisted ports are generally the default ports used by these P2P applications. To get around this problem, simply change the port numbers to something else.
Those who already got Zero Hour, how did you get it?
The Cleaner, on February 25th 2005, 12:24 PM, said:
NightBird, on February 25th 2005, 12:42 PM, said: