Running 83.0, latest version. Disabled all my addon's, restarted the browser, and the issues still continue. It is only in the sub categories (example Suggestions, Balance Discussion) the scroll issue appears. There is no scroll issue in the main categories (example General Discussion, I need help).
With the pagination setting, setting the number of topics or post per page does not save any other value than 20. I can make other changes in my account settings and they save just fine and are applied as soon as I navigate to another page.
Ok, found the pagination settings under my forum account. Was trying to find it under my browser settings.
Another small bug, the setting for specifying more than 20 topics to view per page does not save the value. It returns to 20. I hit the save settings button, shows that it saves, navigate back to the forums, and only see 20 topics per page. Go back to the pagination setting, it is set to 20 topics per page. Tried logging off and back on. Still does not save the change.
Thanks for the help.
I am having this weird issue when trying to scroll the forums using Firefox. If I go to a sub category, such as Suggestions under General Discussion, I cannot scroll down to older topics. I can only use the double up/down arrows at the top to see either the newest or oldest topics. This happens to all of the subcategories on the forum. Their is no issue scrolling on the main categories.
I have the same issue Wainan, have recently upgraded to a three monitor setup: 2560x1440 (144Hz), 3840x2160 (60Hz), and 2560x1600 (60Hz). Also have the same issue with the change of resolution. I do not think this issue can be overcome when there are three monitors connected and you try to run SupCom in dual monitor. This may be a legacy issue with the drivers. I get around this by physically unpluging one of my monitors from the video card, run Supcom in dual monitor, and then plug the cable back in when I am done. No need to restart as the monitor comes back and works as usual, windows remembers its position.
An explosion underwater is worse than an explosion on the surface. The reason is that water does not compress, unlike air. If the game was realistic, a unit should take more damage from surface fire while submerged.