If I remember correctly a level 1 is the ping, level 2 is a normal scan of the surface and level 3 is a detailed scan of the surface.Hang on I was always under the impression that Level 2 and 3 survey scans weren't in the game yet. What constitutes them?
Cheers for everything as usual
Indeed, also interested in the problem that this is a fix for? Must have missed a memo. I've been known to accidentally clip a copper during the act of assisting them in their enquiries, and being a good citizen I always immediately head back to the nearest station to pay my dues. I'd consider it most unfair to be destroyed on my way to pay the fine.Hope this does not include the ridiculous 200cr FF bounty.
I think they might be scans with normal and ADS? The only other stat was systems visited, I think. Maybe it's something new - as the Arissa goal is approaching it's end, I'm getting my Asp out to the expanse to explore again once I finish. Timing's just right for me if I need to get some new gear...Selling Level 2/3 Survey scans ??!
Does that mean this old mystery will finally be solved?
As I'm out on Discovery again - I'd sure like to know how to perform one in the 1st place...
(I'm unaware of anyone who would have found out so far)
Praise the Sun \[T]/- Treat capital ships like players for assigning kills (prevent exploit)
- Don’t allow NPCs to kill steal by them hitting the powerplant
here is what I don't understand: Why aren't wanted players denied docking in the first place? do you not have to identify yourself when asking for docking permission and why not?- Prevent docking after the police 'notice' that a player is wanted. This is the same reaction with committing a violent crime near the station.
The reason for all the questions is that there is a stat in the right panel for level 2 & 3 and they have always been zero, and we have got no explanation of them. So will they start to work now, or will they still be zero?If I remember correctly a level 1 is the ping, level 2 is a normal scan of the surface and level 3 is a detailed scan of the surface.