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    Aim Lab Update 0.95.8 Patch Notes (Official) – December 16, 2021

    Aim Lab update 0.95.8 (Dec 16, 2021) is now available to download on PC (Steam). According to the official Aim Lab patch notes, the latest update added a long list of bug fixes and changes.

    Unfortunately, since the last patch, players are experiencing several issues with the game. Today’s Aim Lab patch 0.95.8 will address a few of these issues.

    Check out more details below.

    Aim Lab Patch Notes – Dec 16, 2021

    Fixed in Core Aim Lab

    • Aim Lab soft locked if you entered an incorrect password on a fresh launch
    • When playing a suggested task, the weapon and map didn’t apply
    • Fixed a null error after clicking restart on the first time user experience
    • Traditional Chinese changed to Simplified Chinese
    • Resubscribing to Workshop items caused stuttering during tasks
    • Display a stretching ratio now isn’t limited to work only in tasks
    • Fixed carousel null errors
    • Imported crosshairs couldn’t be deleted
    • Unable to edit weapons in suggested tasks
    • Viewing profiles using the web button was broken for valorant profiles tab
    • Fixed settings issue on combines
    • Wiping player prefs didn’t fully reset flicking category
    • Adding Custom Tasks to Playlist Generated an error
    • Editing playlists that have multiple plays of a task only showed one play in the editor
    • Playlists issue with multiple plays once uploaded
    • Playlists become selected once they finished redownload upon visiting Saved Playlists
    • Fixed playlist breaking bugs
    • Downloading Data threw error
    • Exiting completed task resulted in error
    • Playlist title showed old name after renaming
    • Language dropdown reset to last saved when changing settings pages
    • When returning to the main menu from another scene an error would sometimes occur
    • Playlist author names only showed 16 characters
    • Language selection persisted even if settings aren’t saved
    • Playlist organization when being dragged
    • Error occurred when using password reset
    • Siege and Valorant Combine player cards were broken or didn’t load
    • Pressing T shortcut didn’t move onto next training task
    • Scrolling in Featured tasks resets the tasks’ background shade
    • Pressing ESC during a task didn’t pause the task in the background
    • Language in-game settings didn’t change completely upon saving
    • Fixed playlist UI issue
    • Custom tasks showed an empty weapon when added to a playlist
    • Fixed keybind user flow
    • Fix Apex Legend’s ADS sensitivity being up to 0.1% off
    • Saving a new custom weapon would sometimes throw an error
    • Error occuring during creating a new weapon
    • Loadout Screen had dropdown menus with blank entries
    • Custom Graybox Color Mode dropdown had a blank entry
    • Exiting Audio Settings without saving didn’t revert slider changes

    Creator Studio

    • After returning to creator studio editor, right-clicking to rotate the camera would break the game
    • Trackable behavior breaks the bot preview for that bot
    • Click to Begin prompt wasn’t activated by the keyboard bind
    • Infinite errors if you enter Creator Studio and then leave (or play test the scenario in the editor)
    • Trackable behavior produced an error
    • Toggling bot preview caused an error
    • Color Changer behavior didn’t wait until the task begins
    • After returning to creator studio editor, targets didn’t appear
    • Hit Sounds didn’t not work in the editor
    • New From Empty used from within the editor placed you in a scenario with only terrain tools usable
    • “TriggerSpawnerOnKill” was reading all kills from all bots on the map, rather than just on the spawner the modifier is on
    • Creator Studio Bot Body “Headshot” only colours the head, the body is always a static white
    • Global bot limit counts bots that have been killed/pooled, rather than just living bots

    Download Aim Lab patch 0.95.8 on PC (Steam).

    Jack Johnson
    Jack Johnson
    Jack Johnson mainly writes about game-related news and updates. He is a passionate gamer, music lover, and traveler.

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