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How To Search word in all Metin2 Quests and Files


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Hello,

 

I saw many of you had no ideea which quest has the intro with site and name information, etc...

here is a simple way to search in each file for word you desire.

 

grep -r "YOUR-WORD" /usr/game

 

you can replace /usr/game with /usr/home/game, depends where your metin2 files are,

the command will show you each file has your searching word.

 

 

 I hope this helped.

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Thanks :D

Windows method:

Go to quest folder, select all files (except qc thing) rightclick-> open with notepad++

Now press CTRL + F type in the word you search and click on "Search in files"

Now in the console in bottom you will see all uses of this word

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Thanks :D

Windows method:

Go to quest folder, select all files (except qc thing) rightclick-> open with notepad++

Now press CTRL + F type in the word you search and click on "Search in files"

Now in the console in bottom you will see all uses of this word

 

 

I use this and i think is better whit notepad++

 

Ps. Rename .quest in .lua , is a better view

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Thanks :D

Windows method:

Go to quest folder, select all files (except qc thing) rightclick-> open with notepad++

Now press CTRL + F type in the word you search and click on "Search in files"

Now in the console in bottom you will see all uses of this word

 

 

for windows, i total recommand, windows grep, you can click right on the folder and search whatever you desire and it will display same as linux, file name and line where the word is found :)

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Thanks :D

Windows method:

Go to quest folder, select all files (except qc thing) rightclick-> open with notepad++

Now press CTRL + F type in the word you search and click on "Search in files"

Now in the console in bottom you will see all uses of this word

 

 

I use this and i think is better whit notepad++

 

Ps. Rename .quest in .lua , is a better view

 

 

No need to rename the .quest files.

 

Open the Style Configurator and and the user extension "quest". Open the quest_functions and copy everything. Paste that into the User-defined keywords for one of the Styles in the Lua language.

 

http://puu.sh/8WgQO.png

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To change "oldstring" to "newstring" in all CONFIG files, just type:

grep -rl oldstring CONFIG | xargs sed -i -e 's/oldstring/newstring/'
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