I released the 2.3.0 update a couple of days ago and intend to release 2.3.1 hopefully tomorrow (see the post above this one).
Relase notes after the break!
Updated script package to 2.3.0: o Added more logging of elevator events to car and doors. o Increased log capacity from 25 to 50 events. o Improved collision detection and counter-measures. o Minor physics tweaks related to floor arrivals to deal with heavy cars and multiple passengers. o Minor physics trade-off that makes the car drop when installed but allows it to use more energy when moving. o Sound system overhaul and extension. o Separated stop and start sound volumes. o Added configurable sound delays to start, stop, and looping sounds. o Tweaked default sounds in new __config notecards for elevator cars. o Allows for sound packs to be released soon by Union Micro. o Major adjustments to current floor detection script. o Car now detects its current floor with complete accuracy. o Allows you to put your floors closer together than before. o Allows you to modify your cars and doors in ways you couldn't before. o Fixed a stray timer that kept ticking even when the car was idle. o Added stuck notify users feature. o You can specify a list of avatars that will receive an IM when your elevator car gets stuck. o Adjusted stuck IM to include the region coordinates of the stuck elevator. o Adjusted maximum reliable speed to 0.25. Any higher than that and you will get a warning. o Added teleport menu timeout text. o Added ability for Stylez Gomez to update any elevator scripts with a master disk regardless of owner. o Added owner key to status displays to assist with master disk updates. o Removed unused XML-RPC code. Will replace with in-world HTTP server when available and if needed. o Elevators still send data to Union Micro via HTTP but as of yet there is nothing implemented to receive it. o Expanded the HTTP data sent for future web-based elevator monitoring by Union Micro techs. o Fixed a log entry typo. Update disk updated to 2.1.0: o Nearly doubled script storage capacity. o Example: A 2.0.0 disk could update 57 doors at the same time, a 2.1.0 disk can update 112 doors at the same time. o This is just future-proofing. You shouldn't ever need to update more than 32 doors at a time. Updated car shells to 2.3.0: o Added new notecard settings.