scsarth99

Script Restriction #12

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I was kicked on joining my server with this script: 

 #12 "'cba_network_fnc_exec'] call SLX_XEH_COMPILE_NEW;

cba_fnc_remoteExecute = {         ["x\cba\addons\network\XEH_preInit.sqf", 50"

I added this to the text.txt line 14 

!="'cba_network_fnc_exec'] call SLX_XEH_COMPILE_NEW;\n\ncba_fnc_remoteExecute = {         [\"x\cba\addons\network\XEH_preInit.sqf\", 50\""

However it still kicks 

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!="'cba_network_fnc_exec'] call SLX_XEH_COMPILE_NEW;\n\ncba_fnc_remoteExecute = {         ["x\cba\addons\network\XEH_preInit.sqf", 50"

Try that on for size.

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1 hour ago, Mr Sin said:

!="'cba_network_fnc_exec'] call SLX_XEH_COMPILE_NEW;\n\ncba_fnc_remoteExecute = {         ["x\cba\addons\network\XEH_preInit.sqf", 50"

Try that on for size.

That seems to have worked but now I'm getting script #29 

#29 "x) joinString ", "
];

_result pushBack _entry;
} forEach allVariables _hash1;

_result joinString "<br/><br/>";
};


private _f"

Any ideas? 

The battleye tool is giving weird results.

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I'm going to walk you through this, just so you know how to do it in the future.

"x) joinString ", "
];

_result pushBack _entry;
} forEach allVariables _hash1;

_result joinString "<br/><br/>";
};


private _f"

The first thing you want to do is put \n on every NEW line. This excludes the first line, like so:

"x) joinString ", "
\n];
\n
\n_result pushBack _entry;
\n} forEach allVariables _hash1;
\n
\n_result joinString "<br/><br/>";
\n};
\n
\n
\nprivate _f"

Now we need to get this all in one line, do this by clicking before \n and pressing backspace, which will tidy it up.

!"x) joinString ", "\n];\n\n_result pushBack _entry;\n} forEach allVariables _hash1;\n\n_result joinString "<br/><br/>";\n};\n\n\nprivate _f"

I also added the "!" which means to add an exception to this line. You will now need to add this to line 31. For a more detailed guide on battleye fixes, take a look at this: 

In my opinion, don't bother with Battleye Script Tools, as it's better to learn how to fix them manually and it's also very easy.

Edited by Mr Sin

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