Unable to walk southwards in Ocllo caverns

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  1. RittersSporn

    RittersSporn New Member

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    So I don´t know WHY, but after about 5 minutes of playing in the Ocllo caverns, I am unable to walk south. As soon as I log out and in again, everything works fine for some time and it happens again. It´s really frustrating, especially since it occurs so often. I´m using Razor in the standard setup, no macros or anything.
  2. El Horno

    El Horno Well-Known Member
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    open your paperdoll in game to resync client. You can go a step further and go to razor, hotkeys, misc, "resynchronize client" and assign it to a hotkey and press set. Then that hotkey will resync you.
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    Sheepdog Well-Known Member

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    +50 advice with the assigning it to a hot key as I guarantee if you don't this will kick in at the absolute worst possible moments.
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  4. RIN

    RIN Well-Known Member
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    Right, so resynching your client will fix the symptom you described but not the cause.

    This problem is usually because of 1 of 2 issues:

    1. You have "Use smart CPU usage reduction" enabled in the Razor general tab. Un-check this. For all of your clients.
    2. You have a macro that moves your character while using the version with the UOR download. To fix this either update your razor to the latest or remove the movement.
  5. wylwrk

    wylwrk Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I’ve been de-syncing so often lately I had to make a resynch looping macro and leave it running.

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