The update everyone has been asking for, for the longest time! Updated storage! Now you can find any item you may have never seen since that one time you had it out but then had returned to you. Enjoy it!
Items are sorted by category type, then alphabetical by item name
Personal inventory weight indicated at bottom of panel
Name of the item mouse is hovered over at the top center of the window
Scroll bar if you have too many items to show on one side
Search box for finding a specific item by name, searches both sides
Left click - withdraw 1
Right click - withdraw 5
Drag and drop - transfer up to 100 items at once either way (limited by weight, category limit, etc.)
Number in inventory indicated in bottom right of item box
Ammo boxes are withdrawn by the most full box to least full
Hello there guys! So, the results are in and the events listed below will be the ones being hosted on Sunday. Hope to see you all there!
EVENT: Beach Derby
Description: People that would like to participate in the event will be instructed to take their cars to the beach. A platform is built which is erected above the sea, same place as the 6x6 event. One by one, people will start having their cars brought up to the platform by a staff member and everyone will be placed next to each other and the same on the other sides of the platform. When the go ahead is given, everybody then just unleashes into each other until there is only one car left on the platform.
Ok first off let me start by saying the largest feature of this update will be released for testing by a select few as we are looking at ways to improve it before allowing others.
So let's hop to it shall we?
They will have the dedicated task to organize, manage, and maintain a proper coordination among all emergency services. This includes setting of patrol areas, assigning incidents, and grouping people into units. This addition will be opened more to the public but on a separate whitelist system than the sergeant/lieutenant as it requires far more skills and training. While we tried to take some care as to make it easy to use, the current control is a bit complex and may need improvements based on what we discover with it. If you're interested in what the current control is like... Here is a preview image...