There have been rumors that I sleep, but I'm waiting for confirmation before I believe those.
You gotta sleep, if you're not sleeping you get wasted... then we get a wasted Coderanger:
Well I'm a wasted CodeRanger
I live a life of danger
On the forum to find a bigger bug
I don't need no one's affection
All I need's a caffiene injection
And a out-of-focus Trinitron to get me by
I've been doin' games since I was ten
I really can't remember when
I ever had a hour to call my own
My keyboard's worn, my eyes are red
I can feel my pulse inside my head
There's a 6' stack of Dew cans in the trash
Ok, I have been playing around like crazy with the graphics settings to stop this infinite loading screen debacle, and have finally narrowed it down to the setting that causes it. It is the "World Texture Quality" setting which does it. At the minimum setting (50%) my game loads in about 10 seconds. At 75% it takes me a full minute to load in. And at 100% or above it never loads. So if anyone else has been having problems loading in with anything but low graphics settings give this a go and see what happens...
I don't understand this at all, the game will quite happily let me set the graphics to whatever I want once its loaded but if I encounter a loading screen with World Texture Quality setting up it doesn't want to know.
Is there a slash-command available for World Texture Quality control (like /worldtexturequality 0.5 and /worldtexturequality 1)? I'd like to set this up as a keybind toggle if possible as it's working for a problem I'm having in systems like Sol as well.