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DragonBlood11
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« on: August 19, 2007, 05:36:05 PM »

Hi pftq, congrats about being member of the month at HG. Anyways I registered this account for 1 sole purpose. I have major trigger pack problems. I tried dowloading urs about 5 minutes ago, and they werent their. I dont have reyks triggers either, but I have nottuds(for some reason anything i dl off nottud works weird kinda) Im just wondering what am I doing wrong heres what I do.

Step 1: Hit download button on HG

Step 2: Extract files into Desktop/Program Files/AOM/trigger2

Step 3: Pray that I got them

Step 4: Open AOM and find that their not their

Step 5: Repeat Process 3-7 times

Step 6: Quit and go play ESO

So what am I missing. Do I have to restart my computer??
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« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2007, 03:59:38 PM »

Hi - thanks for downloading my triggers - sorry to hear your problem.

I'm a bit confused as to what you're doing though.

Desktop/... trigger2 - is your game installed on the desktop?

Also you say you just extract the files into there... did you read the readme? Not all files belong there.
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« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2007, 06:26:36 AM »

Ya, the game is installedd on my desktop. Im gonna try again.


EDIT- Do I have to delete the original trigger file?
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« Reply #3 on: August 22, 2007, 11:14:37 AM »

No - for my triggers, you simply add the files I give you.  To uninstall, you do the opposite and remove the files I give you.  It's that simple.

For reyk's you will have to overwrite the xml file with his new one and delete the typetest#.xmb so the game knows the file has been updated.
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« Reply #4 on: August 24, 2007, 12:10:16 PM »

I have put ur files in every AOM trigger folder I have, but im still not getting them.
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« Reply #5 on: August 24, 2007, 02:38:26 PM »

Did you make sure to take them out of any folders? You should have the xml files directly in the trigger folder.

Also one is for AOE3 while the other is AOM - make sure you put the right files.
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« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2007, 06:37:41 AM »

I know I put it in the right folder. Also, I dont have a trigger .xml file or an .xmb file. I have an .xs file. Is being on gold edition a problem?

42, you stole that from Paul Barnett, who stole it from?Huh

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« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2007, 08:16:13 PM »

No I stole it from "Hitchhiker's Guide" thank you (as it says right on the bottom of the page).  :p

XS files are maps, not triggers.
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« Reply #8 on: August 28, 2007, 05:05:10 AM »

Heres what is in my trigger folder in the Desktop

typetest2(reyks triggers)xml document

typetest_AdvTrig(yours)xml document

typetest_AdvTrig_XS(also yours)xml document

typetest_AdvTrigPt(yours)xml document

typeTransform(nottuds, this 1 works)xml document

now the my documents folder has 1 file

trigtemp(the original) and its an .xs file

honestly i dont what the trigtemp is. I will copy it on here, but its long


   }
   case 1:
   {
      xsEnableRule("_Unit_03");
      trEcho("Trigger enabling rule Unit_03");
      break;
   }
   case 2:
   {
      xsEnableRule("_Unit_04");
      trEcho("Trigger enabling rule Unit_04");
      break;
   }
   }
}

rule _Camera
minInterval 4
active
runImmediately
{
   bool bVar0 = (true);


   bool tempExp = (bVar0);
   if (tempExp)
   {
      trCameraCut(vector(-4.038571,75.572708,-5.061412), vector(0.500000,-0.707107,0.500000), vector(0.500000,0.707107,0.500000), vector(0.707107,0.000000,-0.707107));
      trSetObscuredUnits(false);
      xsDisableRule("_Camera");
      trEcho("Trigger disabling rule Camera");
   }
}

rule _Unit_01
highFrequency
inactive
{
   bool bVar0 = ((trTime()-cActivationTime) >= 5);


   bool tempExp = (bVar0);
   if (tempExp)
   {
      trUnitSelectClear();
      trUnitSelectByID(161);
      trUnitSelectByID(42);
      trUnitSelectByID(61);
      trUnitSelectByID(158);
      trUnitSelectByID(159);
      trUnitSelectByID(160);
      trUnitSelectByID(163);
      trUnitSelectByID(167);
      trUnitSelectByID(162);
      trUnitSelectByID(164);
      trUnitSelectByID(165);
      trUnitSelectByID(166);
      trUnitSelectByID(168);
      trUnitSelectByID(169);
      trUnitSelectByID(171);
      trUnitSelectByID(170);
      trUnitMoveToUnit("4755",0, false);
      xsDisableRule("_Unit_01");
      trEcho("Trigger disabling rule Unit_01");
   }
}

rule _Unit_02
highFrequency
inactive
{
   bool bVar0 = ((trTime()-cActivationTime) >= 5);


   bool tempExp = (bVar0);
   if (tempExp)
   {
      trUnitSelectClear();
      trUnitSelectByID(161);
      trUnitSelectByID(42);
      trUnitSelectByID(61);
      trUnitSelectByID(158);
      trUnitSelectByID(159);
      trUnitSelectByID(160);
      trUnitSelectByID(163);
      trUnitSelectByID(167);
      trUnitSelectByID(162);
      trUnitSelectByID(164);
      trUnitSelectByID(165);
      trUnitSelectByID(166);
      trUnitSelectByID(168);
      trUnitSelectByID(169);
      trUnitSelectByID(171);
      trUnitSelectByID(170);
      trUnitMoveToUnit("4762",1, false);
      xsDisableRule("_Unit_02");
      trEcho("Trigger disabling rule Unit_02");
   }
}

rule _Unit_03
highFrequency
inactive
{
   bool bVar0 = ((trTime()-cActivationTime) >= 5);


   bool tempExp = (bVar0);
   if (tempExp)
   {
      trUnitSelectClear();
      trUnitSelectByID(161);
      trUnitSelectByID(42);
      trUnitSelectByID(61);
      trUnitSelectByID(158);
      trUnitSelectByID(159);
      trUnitSelectByID(160);
      trUnitSelectByID(163);
      trUnitSelectByID(167);
      trUnitSelectByID(162);
      trUnitSelectByID(164);
      trUnitSelectByID(165);
      trUnitSelectByID(166);
      trUnitSelectByID(168);
      trUnitSelectByID(169);
      trUnitSelectByID(171);
      trUnitSelectByID(170);
      trUnitMoveToUnit("4763",2, false);
      xsDisableRule("_Unit_03");
      trEcho("Trigger disabling rule Unit_03");
   }
}

rule _Unit_04
highFrequency
inactive
{
   bool bVar0 = ((trTime()-cActivationTime) >= 5);


   bool tempExp = (bVar0);
   if (tempExp)
   {
      trUnitSelectClear();
      trUnitSelectByID(161);
      trUnitSelectByID(42);
      trUnitSelectByID(61);
      trUnitSelectByID(158);
      trUnitSelectByID(159);
      trUnitSelectByID(160);
      trUnitSelectByID(163);
      trUnitSelectByID(167);
      trUnitSelectByID(162);
      trUnitSelectByID(164);
      trUnitSelectByID(165);
      trUnitSelectByID(166);
      trUnitSelectByID(168);
      trUnitSelectByID(169);
      trUnitSelectByID(171);
      trUnitSelectByID(170);
      trUnitMoveToUnit("4765",3, false);
      xsDisableRule("_Unit_04");
      trEcho("Trigger disabling rule Unit_04");
   }
}

rule _Kick
highFrequency
active
{
   bool bVar0 = ((trTime()-cActivationTime) >= 2);


   bool tempExp = (bVar0);
   if (tempExp)
   {
      trEventFire(3);
      xsDisableRule("_Kick");
      trEcho("Trigger disabling rule Kick");
   }
}

rule _Techs
minInterval 4
active
runImmediately
{
   bool bVar0 = (true);


   bool tempExp = (bVar0);
   if (tempExp)
   {
      trTechSetStatus(1, 17, 4);
      trTechSetStatus(1, 20, 4);
      trTechSetStatus(1, 14, 4);
      trTechSetStatus(1, 8, 4);
      trTechSetStatus(1, 5, 4);
      trTechSetStatus(1, 394, 0);
      xsDisableRule("_Techs");
      trEcho("Trigger disabling rule Techs");
   }
}

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« Reply #9 on: August 28, 2007, 08:20:22 AM »

It is normal for the My Docs folder to have a trigtemp.xs; I don't understand the relevance though.  We were discussing the main AOM folder (install) correct? Not the My Documents.

Can you give me a screenshot of your trigger folder (all files)? Use Print Screen (Prt Sc) on your keyboard to screenshot and then paste in an image program.
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« Reply #10 on: August 29, 2007, 05:44:58 AM »

Gar, i cannot find the screenhots I take. But I just realized that the trigger2 folder in the desktop, was the one I dled from nottuds editor superpack. The only folder I have in desktop is AoM tools which contains something called PERL56.DLL
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« Reply #11 on: August 29, 2007, 06:23:25 AM »

No, no the screenshots you take aren't anywhere.  They are copied into your computer's memory (like copy-pasting) and must be pasted into Paint or some other program (then saved to correct format).
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