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"Login failed for unknown reason" error
Missing additional character slot for current/ lapsed Gold Members
Slow patching in the launcher
A bug that involved Romulan Liberated Borg captains and their skills once they chose an ally
Some characters were stuck in a loading screen with a "Server Not Responding" message
yesterday i beamed down to K7
it looked different,
not better, not worse... just... changed
the NPC's all stand in the old spots, some walls have changed,
in the center room are some new objects that weren't there before,
but mostly the ground textures look like from some rock texture now (looks weird somehow, not sure if intended)
i'm not sure is this intended or a random glitch (like we had in some exploration missions lately).
i've seen nothing about K7 in the patchnotes either... so my money is on random weirdness.
This, and re-scale it so that you can't park an entire Galaxy-class starship comfortably in the shuttlebay.
Where's the shuttlebay? I've never seen any access to anything like that on a player scale from the interior.
Are you talking about the bottom section of K7? There's an apparent bay down there. It comfortably fits several Constitution Class Cruisers side by side. And it's a bit of a snug fit lengthwise for a Sovereign.
I've parked my ship down there several times. (mostly just to practice some fine-tuned careful piloting and to get screenshots.) I thought it was supposed to be like that.
(Edit: Here's the screenshots. It basically shows the my Science Captain's ship, the USS Constellation in the bay, then flying out.)