World of Tanks released 9.17 update. Client will start, but mouse movements are very slow to respond and startup video is very jerky. Same issues in garage (match setup) screen. Updated to 16.0.0 from 15.3.1, but no improvement. Running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS...................Anyone else in a similar situation?
I use a Mac when playing W.O.T. Im having issues with the the 9.17 update as well. After logging into the garage, I cannot see my tanks but I can see the shadows of where the tanks are suppose to be. Also after entering a battle. I can not see anything but trees and the names and hit point of both allies and foes. I cannot see their tanks unless Im right on top of them. Its the same with landsacaping as well as buildings. Allot of the screen looks like water with trees in the midst of it. Sometimes with flashes of blue and white light on the screen. Is there a thread or wrapper that can help with this issue. Thanks
I would encourage you guys to write in tickets since this seems to be a common issue that we weren't aware of and we would like proper documentation of it if we are going to do bug fixes. Please describe in detail:
-Put the 9.17 update in the title of your ticket
Answer the following:
-What the specific issues are
-Where the issues occur
-take a few screenshots of the issues
I will likely ask for system specs, and a debug log to see if we can't get this figured out on our end. Thank you all for your patience! :)
Hello, after client update to 9.17.1 the HD client stopped working, it says that operation system is not 64-bit! How can I fix that problem, as I have always played on HD 6, before the update. Please, help to solve the problem!
Hello, after client update to 9.17.1 the HD client stopped working,
it says that operation system is not 64-bit! How can I fix that
problem, as I have always played on HD 6, before the update. Please,
help to solve the problem!
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