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Sphere X vs Sphere 56d
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Sphere X vs Sphere 56d
Hi, Guys, im back to sphere after 7 years and need some help.

What is the difference between the versions?
What version i should use for better for better compatibility with the enhance client UOSA?
Where i can download the last realeases of 56d? In download menu we jsut have sphere x versions
What version is more stable for production shard?

Thanks very much!
(This post was last modified: 04-09-2020 02:32 AM by Alberthan.)
04-09-2020 02:31 AM
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RE: Sphere X vs Sphere 56d
Nope we already have both downloads at the page; (v. Latest) [56d] (v. Experimental) [X1-32bit] (v. Experimental) [X1-64bit]

Both versions enchanted by different people, so nearly most things are changed in both version. For example, nolok doing many optimisation update on X1 version, Coruja generally update/add features to 56d version, so X1 version in most cases are faster than 56d. But X1 version is still in development so there is some bugs which is fixed and new features added as much as possible. 56d seems like broken in last few updates, but Coruja will fix it asap. Both versions are not stable for active shard, but in my opinion, if you want to start to create shard, you can use X1 version, but you need to update it as much as possible until released, because many changed can happen (like sphere.ini changes) or some bugs can be fixed in that time.

But as I said, this is my own opinion. Also both version should be compatibility with enchanted clients.
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