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Old 12 December 2014   #16
Thanks and glad I popped in. Last time I got an email, but nothing this time.
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Old 12 December 2014   #17
Mike that is great news and good work, to finally get this update live on the NC site. A linux version was at the top of my wish list and did not expect it - you are a diamond!

Oh, I did some testing for the linux version not long ago(about March? Can't remember exactly); I'm just wondering if there was more work done on Silo since then, and need to update from that beta version I tested?

Cheers, Mike.
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Old 12 December 2014   #18
hello, is there any plan to deploy the version 2.3.1 of silo on steam ?
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Old 12 December 2014   #19


There is no native version for x64 on windows, either you have messed up the installer, not provided the x64 installer or are just plain lying, sorry if that sounds harsh, previous experience with nevercenter withstanding
 
Old 12 December 2014   #20
Originally Posted by flexinoodle:

There is no native version for x64 on windows, either you have messed up the installer, not provided the x64 installer or are just plain lying, sorry if that sounds harsh, previous experience with nevercenter withstanding


Is it possible you did not notice that after you install the latest version, the prior version is still there unless you removed it. I say that because I forgot to unpin from the taskbar and clicked on it and opened the previous version and realized I had to pin the icon for the newly installed version.



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Old 12 December 2014   #21
Lost registration

I wonder if you can retrieve my registration to the program.

It was on the old computer, it crashed... I lost everything and
moved house a month ago.

I bought it way back in (I think) 2008 and since it's such a long time I cannot find any payment detail.


Thanks in advance.
 
Old 12 December 2014   #22
New Linux user of Silo, but having issues. :( I posted on the 3.2 thread the same issue, so I thought I would use another Linux distro but the problem persists. I'm now running Linux Mint 17.1 and the interface is really slow and lags a lot. It has nothing to do with poly counts, but must be my hardware for some reason.

I can try to rotate an empty scene (no objects) and if I move the mouse too fast the program can't keep up. I can stop moving the mouse and the grid is still catching up to my mouse movements. I have the same issue with the lasso select, any of the manipulators, etc. Even the rectangle select is slow. This makes it very difficult to use the program. The only way I can get it to behave is if I move the mouse really slow. Any ideas on what it might be?

My system stats:

Linux Mint 17.1 X64
AMD 1055T 2.8GH hex core processor
8 Gb ram
Nvidia GTX460 2Gb- this is used for dual displays 1920x1080
Nvidia GTX980 4Gb- used for CUDA GPGPU
Rat7 mouse

Any other information you need let me know. Thanks,

jason
 
Old 12 December 2014   #23
Originally Posted by flexinoodle:
There is no native version for x64 on windows, either you have messed up the installer, not provided the x64 installer or are just plain lying, sorry if that sounds harsh, previous experience with nevercenter withstanding


Did you download the correct installer package? It is not running as a 32bit process for me.
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Old 12 December 2014   #24
Originally Posted by apwp: I wonder if you can retrieve my registration to the program.

It was on the old computer, it crashed... I lost everything and
moved house a month ago.

I bought it way back in (I think) 2008 and since it's such a long time I cannot find any payment detail.


Thanks in advance.


You should email nevercenter support directly and they will send it you. Might take a while to get it this time of year though.
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Old 12 December 2014   #25
Thank you, I will do that.
 
Old 12 December 2014   #26
64 Bit seems to be working quite well for me. The only thing that I've noticed is if you use the manipulator snap it warps the viewport and you can barely tell the degrees your snapping to. I've tried changing the color of the text but you can still barely see it. It would be nice if the values would be larger
 
Old 12 December 2014   #27
Now that Silo 2 is actively being worked on, all I want to say is. Please don't forget about us Steam users :(
 
Old 12 December 2014   #28
Hey guys, are the faces of the manipulator arrow flipped for everyone?

 
Old 12 December 2014   #29
Originally Posted by outburner: Hey guys, are the faces of the manipulator arrow flipped for everyone?



The arrows appear correct for me.
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Old 12 December 2014   #30
Manipulator Size

In Silo 1x there was an option to adjust the size of the manipulator (Display Settings: Manipulator Size) that doesn't appear to be in Silo 2x.

My display is 2560x1440 and I'm finding the manipulator to be a little small. It would be handy if that option could be put back in, or has it moved and I can't find it?

There are few 1.4 features that never made it to the 2 cycle. Partial subdivide being the most glaring.

@ mikefarny: Maybe a couple of threads should be added for feature requests/fixes and bug reporting to keep things easy to track.

One feature that needs a fix (since Silo 1!) is copy and paste. When you copy an object, then move the original to a new position, I don't think it unreasonable to expect the pasted copy to occupy the original location :]
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