I'm probably not the person best suited to tell about black spots but i might as well. So far I've seen ships like the galaxy, intrepid,akira type classes and Prometheus were all fixed. Other ships still having issues are frigate, all tier 1, olympic, defiant has minor issues, almost all tier 5 and just about every klingon ship. Maybe my computer is just a fail but anyway just wanted to share my findings with people who may have the same issues. Appreciate if this was fixed because new ships make the game feel newish. No i don't know my computer specs.
They really need to fix the two big black triangles on the Defiant model. Its one of the most popular ships in game - how has this one been left unfixed while others have recieved some pretty nice update work?
Are we ever going to get any fixes for the stuff mentioned in here? Most of it continues to be ignored! How long can it really take to fix a triangle on the bottom rear of the Defiant for example? Do you think you can answer that, tacofangs?
Edit: I do know ships is not your department. I'm just curious how much time it could actually take to fix that, even if just a guestimate. Personally, I'd say a half hour tops but I want to say more like 5 minutes.
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Hopefully the latest Tribble patch actually adds some stability. There are a couple of spots in Into The Hive that I noticed with missing textures. If the force field wasn't busted at the time (never dropping to let anyone back in), I'm sure I would have found more.
I am very disappointed with the resolution to the issues posted in this thread. Tumorboy specifically stated this was the best place to post them and they would be addressed on a case by case basis. How much of what is posted in here has been addressed? Very little!