Akinari

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  1. Please don't send me PMs. I'm not active in the Ragnarok community anymore.

  2. You would probably not want a DHCP service on your repeater as it likely won't work. You should disable it on the Tenda router. Be warned that after disabling this if the setup isn't correct, it won't be able to automatically hand you an IP and you'll need to specify one in you computer settings to get a connection into the router again.
  3. As far as the Tenda goes it has WDS capabilities (http://www.tenda.cn/tendacn/product/show.aspx?productid=380) so you should be able to set up the Aterm router (I can't read the specs on it) as a normal wireless hotspot. Then you would want to find an area at the farthest point where you would get at least 40-60% signal from the Aterm and that's where you would set up the Tenda router with the WDS service (you could do the setup right next to each other). After you get the Tenda router to successfully repeat the Aterm router's signal, you'd probably need to do some setup of the DHCP on the Tenda router (may do this automatically). It's generally not a good idea to mix and match brands of routers for repeating as they always have their own firmware and strange things happen even if you think you've set them up correctly. What I stated above is the general steps you'd take for this. I've done these setups multiple times, but you seem to be using foreign devices, so I can't help as far as specific steps.
  4. Untested but I think this will work. diff --git a/src/map/pc.c b/src/map/pc.c index 752e42f..6a0bc81 100644 --- a/src/map/pc.c +++ b/src/map/pc.c @@ -898,6 +898,7 @@ bool pc_isItemClass (struct map_session_data *sd, struct item_data* item) { int pc_isequip(struct map_session_data *sd,int n) { struct item_data *item; + struct unit_data *ud = unit_bl2ud(&sd->bl); nullpo_ret(sd); @@ -917,6 +918,9 @@ int pc_isequip(struct map_session_data *sd,int n) if(item->sex != 2 && sd->status.sex != item->sex) return 0; + if (ud && ud->skilltimer != INVALID_TIMER) + return 0; // Cannot change equipment while casting + if (sd->sc.count) { if(item->equip & EQP_ARMS && item->type == IT_WEAPON && sd->sc.data[SC_STRIPWEAPON]) // Also works with left-hand weapons [DracoRPG]
  5. Sorry for the delay on this. I've had some motivational problems after releasing that statement and I won't be around until likely later next week. That's not to say someone else can't pick it up. Attached the current diff (not sure if it's up to date to GIT). Feel free to check it out. This is courtesy of Aleos by the way. newshops.diff
  6. At the current point in time, the development team has decided not to merge this. I think the previous points given are enough.
  7. Oh, you're on SVN. You should move to GIT to get the latest source, or GIT's SVN link even.
  8. This is not included in the main repository. It's just a mod I made. When I said it only works on renewal, I meant pre-renewal doesn't have fixed cast time, so this won't change the cast time at all, only delay. If you wanted to use this on Pre-renewal with delay modification only, you could certainly do that. However, I have no intention of supporting pre-renewal cast time with this mod anytime soon.
  9. Version 1.0

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    This mapflag modification allows you to set a mapflag to reduce fixed cast time and delay by a percentage placed after the mapflag. I made this for a server I ran for awhile and used it specifically to reduce cast time and delay on standard (Non PvP or GvG) maps. It gives the game a quicker pace, without forcing you to modify a set config that changes the whole server. It's great for events, PvP, PvM... just about anything you can think of since you can modify this to your heart's content between maps. Example:prontera mapflag pvmcast 50 // Any player who goes to map 'prontera' has a 50% reduction in fixed cast time and delay This modification is dynamic, so you should be able to go between any map and have the correct reduction applied when necessary. Please test before releasing in a production server as I have ported it with a few different features in the latest GIT compared to what I use to have it set as. Also note the modification only adjusts fixed cast delay, it does not change variable cast time. This means it will only work in RENEWAL as well. Also, feel free to modify and re-release if you add some extra functionality to it.

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  10. File Name: Fixed Cast and Delay Adjustment Mapflag File Submitter: Akinari File Submitted: 13 Nov 2013 File Category: Source Modifications Content Author: Akinari This mapflag modification allows you to set a mapflag to reduce fixed cast time and delay by a percentage placed after the mapflag. I made this for a server I ran for awhile and used it specifically to reduce cast time and delay on standard (Non PvP or GvG) maps. It gives the game a quicker pace, without forcing you to modify a set config that changes the whole server. It's great for events, PvP, PvM... just about anything you can think of since you can modify this to your heart's content between maps. Example:prontera mapflag pvmcast 50 // Any player who goes to map 'prontera' has a 50% reduction in fixed cast time and delay This modification is dynamic, so you should be able to go between any map and have the correct reduction applied when necessary. Please test before releasing in a production server as I have ported it with a few different features in the latest GIT compared to what I use to have it set as. Also note the modification only adjusts fixed cast delay, it does not change variable cast time. This means it will only work in RENEWAL as well. Also, feel free to modify and re-release if you add some extra functionality to it. Click here to download this file
  11. Actually I just tested this on clean source and it's not reflecting any damage after Auto Guard + Reflect Shield for me, even without that change.
  12. In battle.c FIND // Calculate skill reflect damage separately if( tsc ) { struct status_data *tstatus = status_get_status_data(target); REPLACE WITH // Calculate skill reflect damage separately if( tsc && wd->dmg_lv != ATK_BLOCK ) { struct status_data *tstatus = status_get_status_data(target); Should work. Let me know.
  13. Yes, it's very simple I know. Just trying to get people to use it and get use to it, that way it starts to come natural for simple additions like script commands and at commands.
  14. Perhaps you might not mind placing the command in src/custom/script.inc and script_def.inc? Example: http://rathena.org/board/topic/88908-script-command-getrandmob/ Just trying to push people to use what's available.
  15. Any battle configurations you change can be imported into battle_conf.txt in that import folder. You don't need multiple files for it. The item_db2 is itself an import so that one is also already available.