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What's the problem?
The infinite load screen happens because the index for Malden (2035) hasn't been included in the most recent ALiVE release. Next release should have it.
Make sure that
@aliveserver is named like
ALiVEPlugIn.so (not lowercase) because Linux. :)
If that isn't the problem then make sure that the dependencies are installed properly. You can check this with
I believe that the Military Air Component Commander is an extension to OPCOM so syncing it with just the Military AI Commander should be fine.
@Burdy323 Yeah, Leaving Object Categorization on yes in this case doesn't run deWRP, but goes straight into generating sector data
Can you get the me the RPT file and the log in the indexing folder from a session where it does what you're describing?
oh I've been "handling" his issues through the BI forums (PMs). Did some fixes in the DBs today and waiting for confirmation if it fixed anything. :)
@jettfiremachine Im editing the liberation mission in an effort to integrate ALiVE combat support module. What Im doing is adding an script to sync the vehicle when you buy it. So far I managed to create and sync units for transport and CAS usign the ALiVE_fnc_combatSupportAdd. However when trying to add an artillery piece, it doesnt work. I looked into the combatSupportAdd function usign the function bowser in game and noticed that the code related to "arty" is commented.
My question is: is there any special reason for it to be commented?
My best guess for it being commented out is that it just doesn't work properly.
@jettfiremachine Since Im actually not allowed to open your code and edit it, even when this is going to be for personal use only, could you guys uncomment those lines and reupload to workshop so I can use it?
Thanks in advance
You're free to open, edit, break and whatever else you want to do with everything that's part of ALiVE. You can even get the unpacked source from https://github.com/ALiVEOS/ALiVE.OS . Redistributing your version through the workshop isn't allowed though. Don't know the specifics, I guess @Friznit can chip in on that.
If you uncommented that ARTY bit and it works in your testing then you can create a pull request on that github page and we'll look in to including that change. :)
So it does skip the DeWrp process? Did you set the "Object Categorization" option in the indexing module to enabled?