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MTA:SA 1.5 Release Candidate is ready for testing

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New Objects, when?

Thats not SwA-MP, here you can replace object for all that you want

Yes, but replacing objects isn't really a good idea as they might interfeer with the GTA SA map itself, hence why it would be nice for us to have an ability to add additional objects as additional IDs instead of replacing the already existing ones.

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New Objects, when?

Thats not SwA-MP, here you can replace object for all that you want

Yes, but replacing objects isn't really a good idea as they might interfeer with the GTA SA map itself, hence why it would be nice for us to have an ability to add additional objects as additional IDs instead of replacing the already existing ones.

Maybe in a couple of years...

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when to expect the release date 1.5?

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I wonder who was responsible for german localization..

Some translations couldn't be done worse by Google Translator.

"Remote Websites" more or less translated to "deleted Websites".

In theory that works, but not in this context.

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I wonder who was responsible for german localization..

Some translations couldn't be done worse by Google Translator.

"Remote Websites" more or less translated to "deleted Websites".

In theory that works, but not in this context.

The whole catastrophe that they've at least one german active MTA developer.

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I wonder who was responsible for german localization..

Some translations couldn't be done worse by Google Translator.

"Remote Websites" more or less translated to "deleted Websites".

In theory that works, but not in this context.

You can fix it yourself on https://translate.mtasa.com/. However, I replaced "entfernte Websites" by "externe Webseiten" to clarify it a bit. If you know a better translation, feel free to edit it.

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Huge thanks to Jusonex from me!

Always wanted to utilize my years of front-end coding experience to build user-interfaces in MTA as well. It's so much faster. My only concern before was that it's not gonna be very sharp, but it's as sharp as can be. For some reason people aren't taking the full advantage of it yet, at least based on the resources forums.

Here's an example of our new login panel (resizes automatically based on the viewport size, no funky calculations needed):

Link to an image

Might as well use CEF as an interface to draw custom fonts with, we finally have antialiasing now.

One question - could @font-face fonts be cached somehow for local files (i.e. shared across browsers)?

-ffs-Bauss

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