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[SOLVED] More Respect Stages in Exile instead of (only) 6

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I would like to ask if this is easy possible to add more respect stages instead of 6?

Or must be many scripts/files adjused for this changing

 

If yes, does anyone know on wich file i must add the new defined color(s) and so on...?

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In German (I hope its okay in this thread to write german...)

Wollte einfach mal fragen ob es relativ einfach ist mehr Respekt stufen hinzuzufügen anstatt von nur 6

Oder müssen da viele Scripte/Datein angepasst werden für diese veränderung

Wenn es relativ einfach ist und jemand weis was da wo geändert werden muss kann er mir ja mal einen tipp geben :) (Klar ist dass ich erst neue farben definieren müsste aber davon gibt es ja genug :) )

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In your config.cpp file add the extra respect stages to the requiredRespect class

This example has 1 extra level added.

	class requiredRespect 
	{
		Level1 = 0;
		Level2 = 5000;
		Level3 = 10000;
		Level4 = 15000;
		Level5 = 20000;
		Level6 = 25000;
		Level7 = 30000;
	};

Then change the "quality" to 7 for any items you want to use the new respect level under the CfgExileArsenal class.

 

So far I have not worked out how to change the colour and it shows at the bottom of the list in white.

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The file that needs to be edited i think is ExileClient_gui_inventory_updateItemColors.sqf

I have not done any changes yet so can't say for sure what needs changing but it could be

 

switch (_quality) do
						{
							case 2: 		{ _color = [0.62, 0.87 ,0.23, 1]; };
							case 3:		{ _color = [0, 0.78, 0.92, 1]; };
							case 4:		{ _color = [0.62, 0.27, 0.58, 1]; };
							case 5:		{ _color = [1, 0.7, 0.09, 1]; };
							case 6:		{ _color = [0.93, 0, 0.48, 1]; };
							case 7:		{ _color = [0.93, 0, 0.48, 1]; }; //ADDED THIS LINE. WOULD NEED TO CHANGE NUMBERS TO CHANGE COLOR
							default 					{ _color = [1, 1, 1, 1]; };						
						};

 

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I divided the RGB number by 255 as couldn't find a converter at the time.

The only problem I have now, is all of the respect levels are showing as white but can't work out why.

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7 minutes ago, PVEGamerz said:

I divided the RGB number by 255 as couldn't find a converter at the time.

The only problem I have now, is all of the respect levels are showing as white but can't work out why.

It'll be a comma or bracket. It always is. xD

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