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Dovakeidy posted a topic in Bug Reports, CrashesHi, I found a bug on the control menu, you simply can't bind the "F" key on the use action. If you try to bind the key, leave the menu and comeback again, you will not see the row ( please look the screenshot attached to see what I mean ). Thanks in advance. Dovakeidy
Summary: 22.214.171.124 - Steam - Extreme memory leaks (~20GB), crashes Description: After a certain amount of playtime, the memory usage becomes extremely high, inducing swapping and other problems (external applications crashing). The used memory also does not get allocated to the Astro.exe process afterwards, although the OS GC does clear it after the process terminates. The game process also seems to take a much longer time to terminate in this case, probably a result of trying to discard memory before exiting. Example 1: 27 GB of total memory usage, approximately 21 GB used by Astro.exe, 9GB reported by OS. Playtime was about ~3 hours. A friend joined midway as well and left later on. Example 2: 17GB total usage, 9GB used by Astro.exe after 30 minutes of playtime. Also co-op. Furthermore I do understand that the more memory a machine has, the more should be used (unused memory is wasted memory), but it shouldn't impact the performance of the entire system, or make other applications outright crash, and under no circumstance leak. This issue was also observed on the friend that joined me in the above two examples, albeit it ends with the game crashing (CTD). His setup composes of a i7 4790K at stock and 16GB of memory. In both examples I was the game host, with a save originally created on the version before the "Holiday Update". Platform: Steam Version / Build Number: 126.96.36.199 Specifications: OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 | Version 1909 | Build 18363.535 CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.6GHz GPU: AMD Radeon RX 480 (8GB vram) RAM: 4x 8GB (32GB total) G.Skill TridentZ 14-16-16-36 @ 3000 MHz Chipset: AMD X370 (AX370-Gaming K7) Drive: Seagate ST4000DM000-1F2168 (4TB SATA3 HDD)