Awesome! Nice update! But i have one question, does this higher resolutions also mean that i can run terraria now on 21/9 @ 2560x1080?
I find that it sometimes helps to restart steam. It can be a bit finicky at times.
And yeah, tmodloader doesn't work with 1.3.5. People are already having issues.
I wouldn't call it "issues" so much as "this is entirely expected". Updates break mods; this is just how it is unless at some point we offer official mod support. If a mod manages to still work after an update, that's just luck.
Just got the update and its great, able to run at 21:9 1440p! Just wondering will there be a way to zoom out further in a future fix? Because with 1440p 21:9 it gets zoomed in to ~170% which is the default "100%" in-game zoom and I cannot zoom out any further, leaving me unable to see the top and bottom parts of the screen you can usually see in standard 16:9. And when I go into the .json file at set zoom to like .8 instead of 1, it states in-game that the zoom is now at "80%", but still has it world zoomed to 179%. Just wondering if it is intentional, and if not, will there be a fix in the future. Thanks! - IVT
http://imgur.com/a/3Lwbd image of zoom settings
I've been waiting so long for this!NPCs who are manually assigned to a room will attempt to return to it when they respawn after being slain
That was fast! I like the way it looks natural around the actual building.At last the crystal furniture set is in. Now to build my empire.
thanks, i had to fully uninstall tmodloader, because it wasnt letting me update. i still have the file. how can you know when tmodloader updates it for 1.3.5?You can also try forcing a Steam update, I usually have to before updating a game.
And tmodloader will likely need updated, but they are usually pretty quick about that
Even games that have official mod support built into the game, like Starbound, mods oftentimes get broken during updates unless the mod authors were doing the Beta versions of the new update and keeping an Beta version of the mod so that they could be released simultaneously, which is not common.
So even if Terraria did have official mod support, chances are, mod authors would still need to update their mods when updates come out. Not all mods, mind you, but still.