rawnar Posted September 13, 2010 Share Posted September 13, 2010 After updating to the latest snapshot problems started to arise while playing Alliance of Valiant Arms(aka AVA). With the previous snapshot everything was running okay. The first time I started AVA while being connected with the latest snapshot, the graphical interface of AVA was slow. And playing a match was really terrible. The game was lagging extremely, but according to the server my ping was below 20. Trying to switch back to desktop and disabling the overlay cause mumble to crash. I tried several ways to get mumble to work again, but often it crashed before I got back into the game. Playing another game based on the UE3, UT3 did not have any problems.After a crash mumble never asked me to file a crash report. Using windbg to get some info did not work very well. I could not get the window of windbg on the foreground, while AVA was still running. But I will try again later.Also mumble seems to crash when I opened the server statistics. But I have to check I that happens independent of the AVA problem, and only for this window.There were also another thing that was strange. I was playing with my sound configuration for the best positional audio. I used to Audio Wizard to hear the effect of the configuration, and then cancelled it just before the end. After braking off the Wizard the sound bar in the Audio Input configuration was not moving anymore. After going through the audio wizard and braking it off at the some point, made the sound bar respond again to my mic input. I thing a timer is not correctly stopped while cancelling the audio wizard.Update: Quick peak into the git repo showed only two commits, related to the mumble client itself, between the two snapshots: "Improve Overlay Font Resizing" and "Added launch checkbox and new bitmaps for the installer". The first one adds a Warning string and changes the way fonts are set. This warning string pops up in windbg when I open the configuration window of mumble.I will keep on bug hunting and keep you guys up to date of my findings. Computer specs: AMD FX-8320, 8GB DDR3-SDRAM, AMD Radeon HD 7950, Asus Xonar D1, Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit/Debian Jessie AMD64. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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