XaneXXXX

How to remove Construction aborted!", "You cannot build during a combat?

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As the title says, I'm running a private server with only me and a friend, and i wish to disable this function all togheter and be able to build whenever I'm in combat or not, is this possible? Thanks!

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/w2l2jnvwh5top3l/combat_build_removal.zip?dl=1
These should fix it, put them in your mission root, then in mission config add them to this array

class CfgExileCustomCode
{
	ExileClient_construction_beginExistingObject 	= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_construction_beginExistingObject.sqf";
	ExileClient_construction_beginNewObject 		= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_construction_beginNewObject.sqf";
	ExileClient_construction_handleAbort 			= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_construction_handleAbort.sqf";
	ExileClient_object_construction_deconstruct 	= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_object_construction_deconstruct.sqf";
	ExileClient_object_construction_move 			= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_object_construction_move.sqf";
};

 

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On 2017-06-10 at 0:12 AM, MGTDB said:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w2l2jnvwh5top3l/combat_build_removal.zip?dl=1
These should fix it, put them in your mission root, then in mission config add them to this array


class CfgExileCustomCode
{
	ExileClient_construction_beginExistingObject 	= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_construction_beginExistingObject.sqf";
	ExileClient_construction_beginNewObject 		= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_construction_beginNewObject.sqf";
	ExileClient_construction_handleAbort 			= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_construction_handleAbort.sqf";
	ExileClient_object_construction_deconstruct 	= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_object_construction_deconstruct.sqf";
	ExileClient_object_construction_move 			= "addons\fixes\ExileClient_object_construction_move.sqf";
};

 

Thank you for the help.. I tried to install it but i get this:

https://gyazo.com/97cb9c3378a06c99919f239e496bf585

All the .sqf files are in the missionroot and my config looks like this:

https://gyazo.com/5092339451cb38ccafd44a2098dab9a0

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My bad, create the folder addons then inside there create a fixes folder and drop them in there, alternatively, remove the addons\fixes from the links in custom code

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13 minutes ago, MGTDB said:

My bad, create the folder addons then inside there create a fixes folder and drop them in there, alternatively, remove the addons\fixes from the links in custom code

 Cpq9bq3XgAAUraZ.png

shame :D

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22 hours ago, MGTDB said:

My bad, create the folder addons then inside there create a fixes folder and drop them in there, alternatively, remove the addons\fixes from the links in custom code

 Oh my bad! Thank you very much. But sadly it still doesn't work. The "incombat logo" is still displayed, and when i try to build something in combat, instead of getting the "you can't do this in combat" message, the thing just disapeers. when i press "construct" i see the object for a second then it disapeers.. any idea? thanks again!

Edited by XaneXXXX

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17 hours ago, XaneXXXX said:

 Oh my bad! Thank you very much. But sadly it still doesn't work. The "incombat logo" is still displayed, and when i try to build something in combat, instead of getting the "you can't do this in combat" message, the thing just disapeers. when i press "construct" i see the object for a second then it disapeers.. any idea? thanks again!

Make sure you are recompiling your mission PBO.

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17 minutes ago, kuplion said:

Make sure you are recompiling your mission PBO.

recompiling = repacking right?

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58 minutes ago, XaneXXXX said:

recompiling = repacking right?

Yup.

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