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This release will:

  • Fix Settings UI placement bug
  • Fix game object location bug
  • Fix small layout bug making the client shift up and down
  • Fix client crashing bug where loading the client with a small display area will cause the client to crash
  • Fix annoying Linux bug relating to painting events and peers
  • Fix settings saving bug where settings are saved to disk more often than they should
  • Fix RSInterface#isBeingDrawn bug affecting a limited amount of people
  • Drop Java 1.7 bytecode version for 1.8
    • Important: Since the downloadable RS client uses Java 7, it will no longer be compatible with Looking Glass. To make up for this, we will add support for using other clients such as RuneLite (at a later date).
    • This change was necessary to allow us to use Java 8 syntax. It also paves the way for Java 9/10/11 support.

Edit: Release 9.312_1 will:

  • Fix LG GZIP error
  • Fix Client Starter for Linux 🙌
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So are we going to get compensation for this being down or no?  And when will we be receiving the compensation your team said we would get last time it was down?  You locked the last thread without letting us know, so i can't post about it where it is relevant.  

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4 hours ago, TRiLeZ said:

Edit: Release 9.312_1 will:

  • Fix LG GZIP error
  • Fix Client Starter for Linux 🙌
 

 

1 hour ago, osrsfun1919 said:

So are we going to get compensation for this being down or no?  And when will we be receiving the compensation your team said we would get last time it was down?  You locked the last thread without letting us know, so i can't post about it where it is relevant.  

I don't recall any staff member stating that there would be compensation for the last down time. We won't be giving any out since that was an update which broke all other botting clients and downtime for most users was only a day. There won't be any compensation this time either since only LG broke, and it was only for a few hours.

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