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To whoever from Bohemia it concerns, I recently purchased Arma 3 from Steam. But it seems it was not a money well spent because I haven't been able to play a single game till now. It is one thing that mods are required to download for some servers. However, I am getting kicked half of the time just because I have a high ping. About the high ping, I am sure that it is not that my internet is slow because I have played some many games online with the same internet. So the problem is obvious - lack of servers! I have seen many players from India taking interest in this game now. I myself convinced around 10 guys to purchase this game and play together. But now when they ask me how was the gameplay, I can say nothing to them. BECAUSE I HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO PLAY IT EVEN ONCE. How crazy is that? Looks like Bohemia has not established any official servers in India till now. All of their servers are either in EU or USA. An indirect way of saying that we are being ignored. So I request them to please set up a server in India or atleast somewhere near so that we can get a good ping to join. Or else I must say that Arma 3 won't be getting any more players from India. And I say this in concern because India can feed more than 10,000+ additional players to Arma 3. And of course it will increase once the game gets more popular.
Hi, I'm modelling a little sentry post, and I checked the one in ARMA2 already for ref, and noticed that the base of the doorway is about 25 cms off the ground. I then checked a lot of other buildings and this seems to be the norm. Could someone confirm if this is the case, and if so, what's the recommend height for this little step up, and also, how do you do the geolod for the little step please..? Does it depend on if there's an actual concrete step there, or if it's "invisible" so to speak..? Also, does anyone have the best dimensions for stairs inside/outside buildings please? Like each step height and depth back? Thanks guys, Marc