buggnubg - Bugs: bug #34439, Make Gnu roll dice before thinking

 
 

bug #34439: Make Gnu roll dice before thinking

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Fri 30 Sep 2011 09:37:32 AM UTC  
 
Originator Name: Patrik HilberOriginator Email: -unavailable-
Item Group: Feature RequestCategory: Graphical User Interface
Release: 0.90-develPrivacy: Public
Operating System: AllOS Type: Any
Processor Type: AnySeverity: 3 - Normal
Open/Closed: OpenAssigned to: None
Priority: 5 - NormalStatus: Confirmed

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Mon 03 Oct 2011 09:07:43 AM UTC, comment #2:

I am using 3D. Tried to change to 2D and the "late roll" disappeared (!) also after going back to 3D. I thought this was a generic issue, but it might be useful to state that I am running Win 7 Enterprise 32 bit, 4GB memory and a Intel P9300 Duo CPU.

Anonymous
Sun 02 Oct 2011 05:04:12 AM UTC, comment #1:

It appears this bug (at least for me) is only in 2D mode. Can you tell me if you are using 2D or 3D? If you are using 2D can you switch to 3D and tell me whether the problem goes away? Thanks

Michael Petch <mdpetch>
Project Administrator
Fri 30 Sep 2011 09:37:32 AM UTC, original submission:

Hi

I think it would be wise to roll the Gnu dice and show it in GUI before Gnu starts to analyse the situation. It adds realism and removes some doubt that Gnubg manipulates the dice.

I really like Gnubg. Great work!!!

BR Patrik

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