I just have a quick question. ive noticed for acouple years now when you travel somewhere, mostly in a city, that when the timer goes to zero, it goes back up to 59 secs and then ends. Why does it do this? why not just say that travel is gonna take an extra minute instead of lying to me?
The travel completion script runs every 3 (I think) minutes. But it calculates your ETA based on the actual distance, ignoring the time the script runs. So sometimes it gets to the end of your travel time, and finds it has another minute until the completion script runs, so the timer resets to a minute.
It's not trying to lie to you, it just isn't sure when the script is going to run, until it gets there.
"May the Grace of Ara go with you, and His Vengeance be wrought upon your enemies."
Has anyone experienced this happening for longer than 3 minutes? This morning I was travelling on foot and it repeatedly reset to 59 seconds for several minutes. I entered and exited a facility to stop it. Now, I am traveling with sublight engines from one square to another, and it has now reset over 6 times.