Small hotfix release for Spine with a few fixes for the new feedback and changelog functionality and some server side fixes.
The June update for Spine is pretty big and introduces a lot of new features like support for play testing, better feedback and discussion functionality, changelogs per project and improvements for the rating system!
Spine’s May update brings the last update date of the project to the database and info page, developers can update their projects more easily and we added beta support for games besides Gothic mods.
Spine’s April update improves some functionality that has been requested in our survey like info pages and also the download progress display.
This month’s Spine focusses on user requests and the Spine level.
The February update for Spine is now available and introduces Steam support for Gothic 1 and 2 out of beta and improved the download handling.
Small Spine hotfix incoming to fix launching mods not downloaded via Spine and opening achievements/scores from within the library.
The first Spine update in 2020 finally reaches version 1.15.0 and introduces bugfixes, automated error reporting (for download issues only at the moment) and – as beta feature – Steam support for Gothic 2.
What will the future bring to Spine? We have plenty ideas, but we want your ideas to make it best for our community.
Last week I said there won’t be another update this year, but here it is. This fixes a critical bug introduced with the last update that caused increasing starting times of mods when Ninja was active.