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|ID||Category||Severity||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0011657||[DCSS] Bug Report||minor||have not tried||2018-08-30 05:56||2018-08-30 05:56|
|Status||new||Product Branch||longterm development (0.23+)|
|Summary||0011657: Positive travel_delay screws Firefox spectators.|
I haven't tried other browsers, but here is the deal with Firefox:
if you start watching player who doesn't have travel_delay set to -1, then ctrl-tab to another tab, spend there some time and come back, browser will start playing back all the movement player has done during your absence (and by movement I mean only autoexplore moves, the other stuff is skipped). If the absence was long, it's simpler to refresh the tab, losing current conversation.
What's interesting, if you alt-tab into another application, this won't happen.
If travel_delay = -1, this won't happen.
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