grank wrote: »
I forked this and was going to PR updating those graphics above, and maybe look at separating out some layers... but I found that I can't execute the build script on a machine that doesn't have Subnautica installed. I don't really do any dev on my gaming PC as it's hooked up to the living room TV. I haven't decided yet whether I want to create the registry entries and copy over the few files it needs in order to build on my office PC, or install a devenv on my gaming PC. Both seem awkward
ScienceNeko3 wrote: »
Just commenting here to thank the creator of this mod. Well made. Super useful. Can’t imagine playing without it anymore.
Tip to others; put your tablet computer near you, open the browser, type in IP-address of game PC, follow with port number as you would normally.. now you have a navigation system. No more Shift+tab, just look at your tablet and then back at your computer screen. Yay!
Again, VERY awesome mod. Thank you for the time and effort you put into this. It is much appreciated and enjoyed.
ltorion wrote: »
OP question for you I have found something that you have listed on the map key, but in a location that is not listed on the map you use. If people find something like that do you want to be informed in order to update the map? I'm not saying here for spoiler reasons but if you have no problem with me iding it here let me know I can post a screenie of your map showing the location.
Isummon_Durt wrote: »
I wish that the player would be free to use the mouse to draw whatever notes on the map as they want. This is something that every game with a minimap should allow. Things like marking your progress with red marker to show a safe passage to a certain place, putting stars wherever a landmark (or seamark) is situated, and warning signs where a reaper or ghost leviathan has been lured into an otherwise safer area.
These could also be upload-able into time capsules as items which other players can upload to their PDA so that they don't have to create their own map, I guess.
Nitroglycerine wrote: »
I might have missed it, but would it be possible to access the URL from a different machine, e.g. a tablet or second computer? That way you will have an actual and up to date map screen, without having to access the URL from your steam overlay.