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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by Kage » 09 Dec 2009, 14:31

4144 wrote: No. In code exist this comment:
// Being with id >= 110000000 and job 0 are better
// known as ghosts, so don't create those.
I simple show id and job.
would be interesting to see what happens if we did show them. I wonder if they move, or have any type of pattern to them...

Maybe eA is becoming self aware... the phrase "Ghosts in the machine" from the movie iRobot comes to mind.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by Jaxad0127 » 09 Dec 2009, 21:40

We use job 0 for NPCs that don't need to be known by the client.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by DarkLord » 13 Dec 2009, 00:29

This patch should be compatible with Fedora. I can't get it because I use Fedora 12 Constantine. I use Ubuntu sometimes but hardly so I would appreciate it if I could run this in Fedora.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by TheBasilisk » 13 Dec 2009, 15:43

DarkLord wrote:This patch should be compatible with Fedora. I can't get it because I use Fedora 12 Constantine. I use Ubuntu sometimes but hardly so I would appreciate it if I could run this in Fedora.
Compile it yourself.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by 4144 » 13 Dec 2009, 16:12

New patch release.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by DarkLord » 17 Dec 2009, 07:48

TheBasilisk wrote:
DarkLord wrote:This patch should be compatible with Fedora. I can't get it because I use Fedora 12 Constantine. I use Ubuntu sometimes but hardly so I would appreciate it if I could run this in Fedora.
Compile it yourself.
Eh, I'm lazy :lol:
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by mightydefiant » 19 Dec 2009, 06:38

How do you remove entries on the server list? Somehow I got doubles on mine.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by 4144 » 20 Dec 2009, 04:24

mightydefiant wrote:How do you remove entries on the server list? Somehow I got doubles on mine.
it's mana client bug, will be fixed in next version.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by mightydefiant » 20 Dec 2009, 05:34

Okay, thanks for the reply. :)
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by 4144 » 02 Jan 2010, 18:15

New patch release.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by confuciousnz » 03 Jan 2010, 08:28

Right, I've read through all of this. Now I want to add the patch to my Windows copy of tmw. Both were downloaded within the past hour. And yes, I've read through the whole thread.

Could someone explain how to patch this, in layman's terms?
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by Jaxad0127 » 03 Jan 2010, 19:03

confuciousnz wrote:Right, I've read through all of this. Now I want to add the patch to my Windows copy of tmw. Both were downloaded within the past hour. And yes, I've read through the whole thread.

Could someone explain how to patch this, in layman's terms?
No. It's very technical, requiring you to compile the client yourself. Easier to just use the pre-made binaries 4144 has.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by confuciousnz » 03 Jan 2010, 21:18

jaxad0127 wrote:
confuciousnz wrote:Right, I've read through all of this. Now I want to add the patch to my Windows copy of tmw. Both were downloaded within the past hour. And yes, I've read through the whole thread.

Could someone explain how to patch this, in layman's terms?
No. It's very technical, requiring you to compile the client yourself. Easier to just use the pre-made binaries 4144 has.
What I've managed to do is just extract the latest tmw client, and then extract the windows patch and replace the files from the tmw folder. Seems to work. Computer hasn't exploded yet.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by Jaxad0127 » 04 Jan 2010, 09:33

Then 4144 has made a precompiled patch for use, instead of just the source patch.
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Re: TMW Client Patch

Post by JellyxBean » 15 Jan 2010, 22:16

So I installed the 0.8 patch how do I update to the other patches? Will I have to do the whole verbose thing all over again with uninstalling and etc. btw on ubuntu 9.10 forgot to add that last time
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