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Old 10-17-2012, 07:41 PM   #2

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Equinox231 wrote:

I am experiencing a weird bug.  If I finish an encounter by using an AoE spell (regardless of type), my movement is restricted following the encounter.  My character looks like it is running, but movement and flight speed are half of what they are supposed to be.   The only cure seems to be using any ability, including dismounting.  This seems to happen when I am in an outdoor zone, or any zone where I am allowed to be mounted, as it does not seem to occur when I am in an instance.  This issue began about 4 patches ago for no particular reason.

I am seeing no debuff on me when this ocurrs, and it seems to happen regardless of zone, spell, or target.  I have /bug reported it twice, with no response.  I'd really like to get some information about this issue, see if it will be solved any time soon.

Another bug I am experiencing that started with the October 9th patch is that when I use the Legends of Norrath interface in-game, there is no sound of any kind, no music, no click sounds, nothing.  I have adjusted all the sound settings within the LoN interface, and no change.  If I use the LoN program outside of EQ2, sound is normal.  This is not a major issue, but it is perplexing.

Thanks in advance for help and information.

I'd recommend submitting a bug report about your spell issue. As for your ui issues, follow the instructions below to possibly fix your issue.You may want to make backups and then delete the following files and folders in your EverQuest 2 directory:  cache folder (does not apply to Steam users)  eq2_recent.ini  eq2_default.ini  EverQuest2.exe  eq2.iniAs well as the character specific files, these will appear as follows:  __EQ2_uisettings.ini  _characters.iniNext, delete the configuration files/folder by following these instructions:  1. Open the EverQuest II LaunchPad. (Do not login at this time.)  2. Click Advance Tools, Open Game Directory, then close the LaunchPad.  3. Look for any files explained above and delete them.  4. Close all open folders and restart EverQuest II using the LaunchPad to login and play.If deleting these files does not resolve your issue, you can restore your backed up files and folders and retain your hotkeys, contact lists, and display settings.

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