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Old 04/11/2019, 11:52 PM   #831
kyrokun
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nobody wants 0.3.9 without custom models


merge 0.3.7 and dl
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Old 04/11/2019, 11:53 PM   #832
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This is the only way to kill SA-MP in general, announce what kind of satisfying features 0.3.9 would include or STOP demotivating/frustrating people by showcasing the negative things of the update.
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Old 04/11/2019, 11:54 PM   #833
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Kalcor I don't think you understand the current situation.

SAMP is dying and without an update that can bring a stable player base to the biggest English speaking Heavy-RP servers like LSRP and RCRP, it'll just be beating a dead horse. Why not merge the shit you're trying to do instead of ruining it all?
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Old 04/11/2019, 11:55 PM   #834
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We've decided to not include the 0.3DL downloading feature in 0.3.9.

If you have a server on 0.3DL and you want to come back to the main branch, you could contact me about possible inclusion of skins in to the 0.3.9 installer.

No, no, and NO! Kalcor. The DL feature is something that enables servers to make and use custom skins and/or models. You take that a way, that'll make a very large part of the English Role play community move to another multiplayer mod for GTA SA to RP on maps such as Bullworth or LC/VC. I plead to you do NOT!remove a feature that communities such as LSRP, RCRP ANNND BWRP uses. It will make the hard work those modelers and developer's work WORTHLESS if this was to go through. I seriously hope you reconsider doing this, as 0.3.DL was my reason to return to Rping on samp.
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Old 05/11/2019, 12:00 AM   #835
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its been a good run boys

also kalcor why do you have a massive fetish for hating custom objects
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Old 05/11/2019, 12:04 AM   #836
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15,000 people were playing SA-MP when I last looked. Dayz standalone only had 10k playing. There aren't any games like this. People can create their own characters and stories unlike any other place. The illusion is that SA-MP is dying but the truth is that 90% of servers that open now are rip offs of the original scripts or servers that open for 5 minutes and close and so it seems less people are interested in joining a community but in fact people are just trying to trust new communities. It is not pointless to open a new community and its unfair to use that as an excuse.

Either find a new developer for samp, someone that has passion for it, and believe me there are many or leave a last update compatible for 0.3dl. You don't wanna leave this like the ending of game of thrones.
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Old 05/11/2019, 12:06 AM   #837
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what an amazing choice to make

What goes through your brain one morning when you wake up and say; i know what to do:
  • leave samp for 6 months
  • come back and ask what people want for 0.3.9
  • completely ignore all suggestions
  • remove the only update since 2015

this is what I like to call a pro gamer move
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Old 05/11/2019, 12:14 AM   #838
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cancel 0.3.9, i don't give a fuck. just keep custom models.

if you don't want to work on it anymore then abandon it, but leave the software up for people to continue playing.
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Old 05/11/2019, 12:30 AM   #839
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i dont understand why he wont make it open source lol like fuck
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Old 05/11/2019, 12:33 AM   #840
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I would urge you to reconsider this move. This is a massive error of judgement both as it would be undoing tangible evidence of your ability as a SAMP developer, as well as undoing a great many people's work that stemmed directly from you enabling them to bring their ideas to life. You can see from the great amount of posts following on from yours that loads of developers are incredibly upset by this decision, but further to this, a great many players who get to experience worlds created in samp by those same developers will have it snatched away from them. Yes, I come from a roleplay server and I know that samp doesn't cater exclusively to that market, but it is a large segment of it, and to snatch the immersion from people when the work already exists would be regrettable for everybody.
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