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LiveTrash

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  1. Whether he hits them or avoids them, they did their job
  2. Even with my adjusted brightness settings, it gives me a headache. It's too much strain on the eyes and honestly, annoying to play with. It is my humble request that snow not be brought back this year. Let this poll be the community speaking for itself. Thank you.
  3. Your written English is great, if your spoken English is any similar, you'll have no problem communicating on the server through Text or VOIP. I always see the German based RP servers full of hundreds of players, so it's surprising when you say the communities themselves aren't as good as other language based communities. Welcome to the Eclipse Community! Enjoy your stay.
  4. No better place to make the best of a bad situation than the Internet! Welcome to the Eclipse community!
  5. Step 1: Buy her a PC Step 2: Get her to join here also Step 3: Marry in-game Step 4: ? Step 5: Profit In seriousness though, welcome. It's great here. See ya on the streets. Just no speeding!
  6. I think it's just a RageMP thing. Once I travel to certain busy areas it will seem to glitch/freeze for a split second then continue. I'm running a Intel i7-9800k with a GTX 1070Ti and 16GB of RAM, so my system definitely isn't the issue. I run a stable 120FPS but will drop occasionally and freeze, as mentioned, from time to time.
  7. Player(s) being reported: ID 44 Date of interaction reported: September 28, 2019 @ approx. 12:50am UTC Unix time stamp from HUD: 1569631932 Your characters name: Jason Reed Other player(s) involved: n/a Specific rule(s) broken: 8. Non-Roleplay (NRP) Actions that are unrealistic or promote poor quality roleplay are considered as non-roleplay. 11. No Crime Zones (NCZ) A no crime zone is an area where players may not commit any actions considered crimes. How did the player break the rule(s)? Player initially ran in to the road intentionally to be run over as I was passing through the intersection. Player then tried the door handle of the cruiser after I got out to tend to him. Door was locked. I pulled me taser and he ran away. I unlocked the door to get back in at which point he seemed to have pressed F at the same time, causing the car to initially glitch as seen in the video. After a brief moment, he steals the car and drives off. The initial incident happens within the NCZ at the police station. Evidence of rule breach:
  8. +1 Support for both Hands up with /up command is voluntary for the most part, so restricting use of /radio or inventory functions makes sense. The player giving up and using /up is doing exactly that, giving up their ability to be in control of their possessions.
  9. -1 Support It would be too easy for someone to continue to deny the looting process if they don't want their items stolen. As has been mentioned, they should be fearing for their life more than their items. Yes it's annoying if someone runs up and just presses " i " to loot you, it's happened to me numerous times, but it's just how it is. Being as careful as possible to not get in a downed state is all you can do.
  10. Player(s) being reported: ID 104 Date of interaction reported: August 18, 2019 Unix time stamp from HUD: 1566157788 Your characters name: Jason Reed Other player(s) involved: ID 152 Specific rule(s) broken: #8 Non-Roleplay In a situation where a player gets away from an incident where they're being chased/pursued, they must wait 15 minutes before they can logout. Players should not instigate roleplay situations if they do not have time to play it through. How did the player break the rule(s)? After responding to ID 152's in character call to the police, ID 104 disconnected upon realizing that I, the police, had arrived on scene of his crime. When I turned on the sirens and approached him, he disconnected from the server intentionally. Evidence of rule breach:
  11. That defeats the purpose though. The idea behind this is that it takes away the need of having to flood the main frequency with any and every bit of communication. If this /rvv command can't be put back, something else such as this needs to be put in.
  12. While this can apply to all radios, my post will mainly reflect the Police Department radio function. Brief Introduction to the idea A lot of police departments have text based communication and dispatching straight from their computers. While dispatch calls already come in through text, I believe it would be a good addition to introduce private VOIP and Text Based radio calls for officers to communicate with another officer. This will free up the main radio frequency for emergency and general Dispatch related communication. Proposed method of implementation I feel a simple command such as /pageradio ( /pr ) would suffice, functioning as /pr <USERNAME> or /pr <UserID> or perhaps even /pr <CALLSIGN> which of course would be government radio specific. Using such command would initiate a call to come through to the recipient much like a regular phone call. They can /pageaccept ( /pa ) or /pagedeny ( /pd ) which would return the corresponding message to the sender. If accepted, both parties can then use /r or "M" key to communicate over the radio as they normally would. Only difference now, of course, is that only those 2 individuals can hear each others conversation over radio. If implemented, I would highly suggest that normal incoming radio transmissions from others on the frequency should resume and not be blocked, as this will allow emergency radio calls to go unmissed during a private radio call. Conclusion I feel this is a fair implementation that would allow not only the police department to function a little more efficiently, but also applies to anyone with a radio running on a popular frequency. Currently, radio volume varies based on microphone quality and volume settings and I find it difficult to filter out the radio when VOIP chatting with people while "Officer 1 to Officer 2, how copy?" is constantly streaming over VOIP radio. Thank you for your consideration. Please provide constructive feedback.
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