Sorry for the lack of updates lately, real life chaos prevented me from having the energy or the time to work on TacO since August.
In the meantime, Tekkit's marker packs have become quite popular and a regular source of helpful information (I myself used his pack for the daily Wintersday orphan runs). He does, however, tend to stretch the limits of the system with how many markers his trails require. There are less resource intensive ways of doing what he does, not to mention the time and effort it must take to place all of these markers.
|Sooo many markers!
|He went that way!
As trails contain a lot more data, they are stored in an optimal binary format, which makes it harder to edit them by hand, so (for now) rudimentary recording tools have been added to the overlay as well.
The documentation has been updated to show how to use and share trails.
Note: this build is only a feature enabler build, and as such doesn't contain any recorded trails yet.
You can download the new build here.
- The marker filter submenu will now stay open after toggling the visibility of a marker group
- Turned off the DPI awareness feature by default. This should fix TacO UI scaling issues that arose when the GW2 client was made DPI aware
- Added the -forcedpiaware command line option to preserve the previous scaling behavior should the need arise for some reason
- Added an option to toggle automatically hiding the marker editor when not standing over a marker
- Added trails
- Added trail recording tools to the marker editor menu
- Added trail recording hotkey binding options (find them under the marker editor submenu)
- Fixed a bug in keyboard handling where key actions would be transmitted twice to TacO
- Added "Hide TacO on loading screens" option. (On by default)
- TacO will now recognize if it's already running and won't start a second instance