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kyzryu

Video Guide how to Make Strs Server Side

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You can create own ur strs

 

Thank for Novanakal for give me knowledege 

Header Line for Structure file
 

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if u ask me how to make strs client side , my answare "IDK" because im still learn Hex Editor, " its so Hard ".

if u want create strs client side you need RF_Online.pdb but i dont have . 

 

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A tip for those who make their own strs:

Structorian allows the use of structs like this: 
 

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And you can use it like this:
 

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Also, in the example above i used aliases - these could make it faster to make structs by copy pasting them from the header.
 

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You need these to edit the game data in the server and client files. These are used to edit the data and change things like item prices, weapon damage, skill duration, etc. You must always make sure client and server side data match to limit bugs.

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WeaponItem.dat, MonsterCharacter.dat. For client side Character.edf & Item.edf to sync your client-side data with the server. If you only edit the server you will not see the changes reflected client side.

If you have other questions about this feel free to make a thread in the Support section.

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