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04-02-2014, 10:09 AM #821
Let's maybe pan ahead. How would Sunday 9 Feb be for the new adversarial?
I've tried playing adapt but keep hitting a bug thatmeans I can't save progress. Hence I've got nowhere with it yet.
Operation giraffe has defaulted to on hold. I think I'll have to stay a2 afresh. However, I've learnt a lot about mission making in the meantime so would be happy to get back to it.
04-02-2014, 10:27 AM #822
That said, if the rest of you guys start working on it again, I might just get inspired to get going myself!
04-02-2014, 10:29 AM #823
Also, I too have had a friend/acquaintance of mine take her life (we think) recently. This past Friday, in fact, so my spirit isn't exactly all that high right now, though the worst pain will pass soon enough.
04-02-2014, 12:33 PM #824
Yeah i know the feeling all to well, I'm only including small scripts so perhaps the bigger more complicated ones are more prone to bugs and problems. I've taken to doing everything possible to minimise annoyance and frustration when mission making, which still doesn't always work.
FYI my 4 missions are all finished and just await some fine tuning and final testing, so it can wait for however long, I was just wondering what was going on with you guys. I'll crack on with solo projects in the meantime.
04-02-2014, 01:25 PM #825
Good work Nick! I hadn't realised that you'd finished yours. Let's perhaps play/test some of those missions to get us back into the mindset.
Also, I found the process of mashing together a script and debugging it gently satisfying. It took me quite a long time and ultimately a forum post to get it sorted but I'm happy with the result. If anyone would appreciate my help with a script then I'm happy to have a go though it someone hasn't first done something similar and posted it on the internet somewhere I'm not sure how much help I'll be.
Oh and if anyone knows a good way for debugging scripts let me know. I downloaded SQEditor which helps by colour coding syntax but my method for working out which bits of the script were or weren't working was to use a line of 'hint "the line above ran successfully"' and then insert that in different points in the code and run it each time until I found the faulty line. That was as laborious as it sounds.
04-02-2014, 03:12 PM #826
Yeah, that's basically the emthod I used too. My problem was mainly in getting the right scripts running at the right time, syncing different units together and stuff like that. And a few scripts that by all accounts should have worked but really didn't. Like trying to get people to hop off from a boat, and go deploy their mortars at a predesignated location, then telling ther commander that they now have artillery support. Fucking drove me nuts that one!
I'll have to reconsider the general layout of that mission, I think. Syntax highlighting is something I could really use, and a bigger window or smaller text for the scripts too. Will have to look into that. I'm running something third-party, not sure what it's called now, but that doesn't work so well for scripts that are placed on units and stuff... Is SQEditor an in-game mod?
04-02-2014, 03:18 PM #827
Armaholic link if you're interested. Worth noting that there are other editors. I've not tried others - I just wanted something to help me check the curly braces matching and this was the first thing that came to hand.
04-02-2014, 03:59 PM #828I downloaded SQEditor which helps by colour coding syntax but my method for working out which bits of the script were or weren't working was to use a line of 'hint "the line above ran successfully"' and then insert that in different points in the code and run it each time until I found the faulty line. That was as laborious as it sounds.
For debugging it helps to use sth like
player globalchat format ["%1, %2",_var1,_var2];
diag_log format ["%1, %2",_var1,_var2];
To monitor variables. (The second line writes it to the RPT).
04-02-2014, 08:40 PM #829
Completely off topic here (sort of), but if your looking for some truely epic music for your missions or just for the pleasure of listening to it, check this out: http://iconaudio.bandcamp.com/
Also Wally, please accept (my rather late) condolences for you friend.Steam-[CpBt] LtArtorious
Helicopter don't simply fly, they beat the Air into submission.
08-02-2014, 10:48 AM #830
Right then, who fancies playing Arma tomorrow evening (9 Feb)? If there are enough people willing then I'd like to play the hide, seek, destroy mission I've made on Zargabad. I think it's my most accomplished mission to date and I think it should provide quite a different gameplay to the typical hunt for OP weapons on Stratis. So yeah, I'd love it if people want to join in.
Also, I know some of you Folk ARPS folks read this thread and I'd just like to reiterate that you are of course more than welcome to join our Arma sessions.
Date: Sunday 9 Feb
Time: Evening, ideally 1930 GMT for three hours
Game: Arma 3
Mission: Hide, seek, destroy #6
Mission info: A slow burning team death match in a city surrounded by desert with roving enemy AI. Revive mechanic is in but first aid and med kits are limited. A medical supply airdrop can be called in from a particular radio somewhere in the map. CCTV of your enemies' helmet cams is available at two locations in the map. Heavy weapons are limited, no thermal scopes at all and no attack vehicles.
Note: you'll need the map pack and it's a big download so planning ahead may be needed. Download it from here and it's very easy to sort out with no fuss: http://play.withsix.com/arma-3/mods/a3mp
Last edited by WallyTrooper; 08-02-2014 at 10:51 AM.
08-02-2014, 03:47 PM #831
- Join Date
- Nov 2012
If only some arsehole at my work wasn't "sick", I could play. Instead, I get to fill in for him.
08-02-2014, 06:35 PM #832
- Join Date
- Feb 2013
- Stockholm, Sweden
Unfortunately, I won't be able to join either. Hope you have fun though, and post AARs. I think it'd be interesting to read for adversarials.Steam Profile - Ser Hoc
08-02-2014, 07:37 PM #833
Tomorrow evening works for me.
09-02-2014, 02:15 AM #834
- Join Date
- Jun 2011
I have a funny feeling there might be some kind of arma session going on....www.folkarps.com - The resident Arma community.
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09-02-2014, 10:00 AM #835
Tonight is good for me! I'm really looking forward to testing out the combination of new map, new features and actually getting the chance to try out the CCTV!
09-02-2014, 10:02 AM #836
09-02-2014, 12:26 PM #837
Is there another A3 Folkarps session happening tonight then?
09-02-2014, 12:53 PM #838
Not that I'm aware of. If there was then I'd suggest we pick another night for our mission. I think bodge was just referring to the regular folk arps night tonight.
09-02-2014, 01:06 PM #839
As nit looks like I am going to have time this evening. Is there another link for this mappack and/or what is this client? I am really not to eager to have another client installed on my pc. Got plenty of those running already.(Firefall: bug shot) // (PS2: bobby is going home)
09-02-2014, 02:21 PM #840
PlayWithSix is just an application for downloading and managing mods. It takes a small amount of space and makes the download very easy. If you'd rather not have it then I'm sure there'll be a direct link from Armaholic though the trade off is you will then need to manually 'install' it (which probably just means copying it into the appropriate directory of the game's install location and maybe adding a launch line to the steam launcher.