Detects auto-melee attacks and tracks the different types as displayed by the Special column(aoe, double, etc). Each different special type can have a sound event attached.
Changes since v184.108.40.206
If no config file exists, a default sound alert will be created for special type, "None".
Changes since v220.127.116.11
Redone from scratch to use the special column to detect special types.
Changes since v18.104.22.168
Tries to ignore pets named after you.
Changes since v22.214.171.124
ACT v2.6.0 compatibility fix.
Changes since v126.96.36.199
Added audio options for single attacks. (Old config files will be reset)
ACT's log file will be forced to poll as often as the double attack sensitivity option.
how do you set this thing up?
Okay, I guess I'll respond with as many words as you used to ask. What part are you getting stuck on?
I might be an idiot making a simple mistake, but can't get the plugin to work. Everytime I check the Enable box, I'm given the following error.
There were errors compiling the plugin source file.
What did I mess up?
EDIT: Haha, sorry Aditu, browsed your site forums, realised I wasn't using the newest version. Thanks nonetheless.
Also, if you have vista. it wont compile unless you give yourself either general write access to the directory or run the program as administrator.
The safest thing she can do to make it so Vista people don't always have to run the program in admin mode, is to make the *.cs files compile in the users %temp% directory.
I think you need system.io, but its a bit fuzzy on what exact one i needed.Code:using System.IO; public static string tempPath = Path.GetTempPath();
"There were errors compiling the plugin source file."
Im getting this same exact error. Have been for about 2 weeks now. The plugin was working fine for me until i updated ACT to the newest version.
Im running Vista ultimate 64 under full admin rights. i have full controll of the OS and im still getting this error.
And like i said i have been useing this plugin for months then as soon as i updated ACT bam no go.
I even tryed the Harvesting plugin for the hell of it and get the same error "There were errors compiling the plugin source file."
Any suggestions? And pls don't say its vista cause its not.
Quoting the message box is all very nice, but what does the Plugin Info panel say? That's where the actual error is listed.
Yeah i actually thought about posting that info today when i was at work :smiley-indifferent:
Anyways this is what the plugin info window says when i try to load the plugin.
Line: 0 - (CS1583) 'c:\Program Files (x86)\Advanced Combat Tracker\Temp\CSCB402.tmp' is not a valid Win32 resource file
Well, it's either an issue with the .NET Framework you have installed, (CSC is the C# compiler), or it's Vista regardless of what you claim.
ACT does not implicitly create files named like that. So something about the compiler is doing so and failing.
Error CS1583 suggests that I'm trying to add a Win32 resource, but I certainly am not. I'm not using that compiler option at all and never have.