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  1. Hi Mirage. v4.2.1.1 (using the command line) doesn't create any output files - not even a .log file. v4.2.1.0 errors out with... 2022-01-17 21:00:22.5166|INFO|Running in command line mode (v4.2.1.0). 2022-01-17 21:00:22.5625|INFO|ASV Command Line Started with 4 parameters. 2022-01-17 21:00:22.5774|INFO|Reading game save data... 2022-01-17 21:00:25.5551|INFO|Game data loaded in: 00:02. 2022-01-17 21:00:25.5551|INFO|Reading mission leaderboard data... 2022-01-17 21:00:25.5551|INFO|Reading .arkprofile(s) 2022-01-17 21:00:25.5630|INFO|Reading .arktribe(s) 2022-01-17 21:00:25.
  2. Hi Mirage. The Crystal Isle coords seemed to be out a little bit. I've recalculated the figures for maps.json to be... { "MapName": "Crystal Isles", "Filename": "crystalisles.ark.ark", "ImageFile": "map_crystalisles.png", "LatShift": 48.687, "LatDiv": 15882.02, "LonShift": 49.9481, "LonDiv": 16988.76 } Spreadsheet is attached for reference. Ark_GPS_ccc_Coords.xlsx
  3. Hi Mirage. I copy the .ark file out of habit now - a hang-over from the days when your util used to take a bit longer to process the files. I figure that my scripts are working as they are so there's no need to break them
  4. Steam players can't join in with PS or XBox or Windows Store players Ark's "Crossplay" means Steam + EPIC Microsoft's "Crossplay" (or whatever they call it) refers to XBox and Windows Store.
  5. I copy the ".ark" savefile before running Mirage's utility - and run the util on the copy. You'll need to edit maps.json so it knows the name of the copied file.
  6. Perhaps the OP should submit an official change request. Maybe WildCard could allow Christmas trees to "grow" during the event but not at any other time. Ovis could grow a winter coat that can be used to make Christmas clothing. Notes made during the event could become wrapping paper - and players could use this to package up presents for other players, to be delivered by Raptor Claus. I'd like to be able to keep my Christmas tree safely in storage between events.
  7. Having said that, I'm using NVidia's driver version 456.71 without a problem on Lost Island.
  8. I think PhysX3_x64.dll is an NVidia file, so you could also check that your graphics drivers are up to date.
  9. Have you tried validating your games files?
  10. It looks like the server is using 3.5% of your CPU but the CPU is 69% in use, so you have other things running which could hit the performance of the Ark server. 4GB RAM is normal for an Ark server - but beware that usage could go up to around 8GB. How much RAM does your server have? With RAM at 80% in use, you're probably hitting virtual memory frequently which could be a factor.
  11. Are you using any mods? How much RAM does your server have, and which CPU? Are you running anything else on your server?
  12. At the risk of making more work for you: You could incorporate a ccc/GPS to json conversion dialog box into your GUI This python function looks easy enough to convert... https://moonbooks.org/Articles/How-to-calculate-the-slope-and-the-intercept-of-a-straight-line-with-python-/ def slope_intercept(x1,y1,x2,y2): a = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) b = y1 - a * x1 return a,b print(slope_intercept(x1,y1,x2,y2))
  13. Hmmm, I hadn't considered the maps Excel's SLOPE() and INTERCEPT() functions are good for calculating the values for a, b, c, d (in your post above). You can hopefully see that in the spreadsheet I posted. I usually fly to a few locations like 50,50 on the in-game GPS then travel close to the edge of the map recording a few points as I go. So I'm definitely less scientific than you in that respect
  14. Just a thought Mirage... Would there be any benefit to moving the settings for the different maps out of the code and into (say) a json file? I guess you'd need at least the map string, plus the slope and intercept of lat and long. You wouldn't have to recompile for each new map, and people could contribute their own calculations.
  15. Looks like it was taken down. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=955655993 Nintendo are very protective over the use of their products.
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