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  1. you're confused i guess. others already like that since mainline.
  2. It doesn't have any definition in affect.h i guess you forgot it.
  3. Link is broken. Do you have it in your archive?
  4. There was a solution for this in the files of Martino. m_pIconImage = NULL; #ifdef ENABLE_LOAD_ALTER_ITEMICON static const char* c_szAlterIconImage = "icon/item/27995.tga"; if (CResourceManager::Instance().IsFileExist(c_szAlterIconImage)) m_pIconImage = (CGraphicSubImage*)CResourceManager::Instance().GetResourcePointer(c_szAlterIconImage); #endif
  5. i dont understand why. person who checks is there a party leader, doesnt check is there a party. thanks for share.
  6. I didn't poke it too much but I think it depends library differences between freebsd versions. Ahh i should tell it. I was using GCC10-Devel and FreeBSD 12.1. Function that gives dump initializing sub classes. You could add error message to find exact line makes that dump.
  7. hi, i got it when i build the core with FreeBSD 12.1. I solved it with building version 11.3.
  8. Thanks. I was checking each affect at uiaffectshower and defining variable that shows there is or not. I thought there should be a function does this. but i realized. There isnt. As i remember there is a vector storing each affect but its not enought. Thanks for release.
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