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Hello. I have a problem. After i tryed endless to make a quest that teleports ppl to a certain coordoante on a map, something gone pretty bad. I mean, now when i try to add/edit a quest, it dosen`t load. No matter what change i make to that quest, it remains the same. Tryed with ./qc . Tryed with reload q. Tryed with server and dedicat reboot. Nothing. Any idea of what is causes this?

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Delete the object folder,then make make_quest and then reload q.I think it'll works now.

 

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I only have a make.py in my quest folder. This is what is inside.

#!/usr/local/bin/python
import os
os.system('rm -rf object')
for line in file('quest_list'):
	if os.system('./qc ' + line):
		print 'Error occured on compile ' + line
		import sys
		sys.exit(-1)

So, this is the one right?

 

 

Yep is Right install python on your system

 

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Delete the object folder,then make make_quest and then reload q.I think it'll works now.

 

Regards.

I only have a make.py in my quest folder. This is what is inside.

#!/usr/local/bin/python
import os
os.system('rm -rf object')
for line in file('quest_list'):
	if os.system('./qc ' + line):
		print 'Error occured on compile ' + line
		import sys
		sys.exit(-1)

So, this is the one right?

 

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Delete the object folder,then make make_quest and then reload q.I think it'll works now.

 

Regards.

I only have a make.py in my quest folder. This is what is inside.

#!/usr/local/bin/python
import os
os.system('rm -rf object')
for line in file('quest_list'):
	if os.system('./qc ' + line):
		print 'Error occured on compile ' + line
		import sys
		sys.exit(-1)

So, this is the one right?

 

 

Yep is Right install python on your system

 

 

Done

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