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13 hours ago, z35 said:

easy, just change the max level of getting stat points (the normal max level is 90, you maybe want to go beyond that).

same applies to the skills, edit the max level of skill points or make a quest to remove all the remaining points.

Good idea :D Thank you. But how can I hide skill button when skills are on P? 

I'll be always helpful! 👊 

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Do this:

root/constInfo.py Put this:

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DISABLE_SKILL_BUTTON = 1

 

root/uiGameButton.py  Search this:

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if self.__IsSkillStat():
			skillPlusButton.Show()
		else:
			skillPlusButton.Hide()

Replace with:

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import constInfo
		if constInfo.DISABLE_SKILL_BUTTON == 1:
			skillPlusButton.Hide()
		else:
			if self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()

 

[This tutorial was made by VegaS on other forum]

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14 minutes ago, alberto2010 said:

Do this:

root/constInfo.py Put this:

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DISABLE_SKILL_BUTTON = 1

 

root/uiGameButton.py  Search this:

  Hide contents


if self.__IsSkillStat():
			skillPlusButton.Show()
		else:
			skillPlusButton.Hide()

Replace with:

  Hide contents



import constInfo
		if constInfo.DISABLE_SKILL_BUTTON == 1:
			skillPlusButton.Hide()
		else:
			if self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()

 

 

Thank you. But I want to hide this button when player get lvl  for example 100.

I'll be always helpful! 👊 

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On 03.07.2016 at 6:10 PM, alberto2010 said:

Do this:

root/constInfo.py Put this:

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DISABLE_SKILL_BUTTON = 1

 

root/uiGameButton.py  Search this:

  Reveal hidden contents


if self.__IsSkillStat():
			skillPlusButton.Show()
		else:
			skillPlusButton.Hide()

Replace with:

  Reveal hidden contents



import constInfo
		if constInfo.DISABLE_SKILL_BUTTON == 1:
			skillPlusButton.Hide()
		else:
			if self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()

 

 

You copied my message from another forum..ohh gg xD

There is much better:

		import constInfo
		if (constInfo.TableSkillButton(1)) == "Enable":
			if player.GetStatus(player.LEVEL) < (constInfo.TableSkillButton(2)) and self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()
		elif (constInfo.TableSkillButton(1)) == "Disable":
			if self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()	

 

def TableSkillButton(o):
	i = {
		1	:	"Enable", # Enable for active function , Disable for dezactivate.
		2	:	100} # The maximum level to which button will be displayed
		
	if i.has_key(o):
		return i[o]

 

 

 

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sorry VegaS , forgot to mention cuz i was in a hurry... i'll edit .

I didn't said this is my own tutorial or something , i just wanted to help others.

11 hours ago, VegaS said:

You copied my message from another forum..ohh gg xD

There is much better:


		import constInfo
		if (constInfo.TableSkillButton(1)) == "Enable":
			if player.GetStatus(player.LEVEL) < (constInfo.TableSkillButton(2)) and self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()
		elif (constInfo.TableSkillButton(1)) == "Disable":
			if self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()	

 


def TableSkillButton(o):
	i = {
		1	:	"Enable", # Enable for active function , Disable for dezactivate.
		2	:	100} # The maximum level to which button will be displayed
		
	if i.has_key(o):
		return i[o]

 

 

 

Yea VegaS is true , is your post from other forum . I was in hurry when i wrote. I'm sorry again , now is edited.

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On 7/3/2016 at 9:33 PM, VegaS said:

You copied my message from another forum..ohh gg xD

There is much better:


		import constInfo
		if (constInfo.TableSkillButton(1)) == "Enable":
			if player.GetStatus(player.LEVEL) < (constInfo.TableSkillButton(2)) and self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()
		elif (constInfo.TableSkillButton(1)) == "Disable":
			if self.__IsSkillStat():
				skillPlusButton.Show()
			else:
				skillPlusButton.Hide()	

 


def TableSkillButton(o):
	i = {
		1	:	"Enable", # Enable for active function , Disable for dezactivate.
		2	:	100} # The maximum level to which button will be displayed
		
	if i.has_key(o):
		return i[o]

Help Plies:

:invalid syntax (uigamebutton.py, line 119)

    def TableSkillButton(o):
        i = {
            1    :    "Enable", # Enable for active function , Disable for dezactivate.
            2    :    100} # The maximum level to which button will be displayed
            
        if i.has_key(o):
            return i[o]

Line 119 is:            2    :    100} # The maximum level to which button will be displayed

Thank you

 

 

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