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  1. Been a long time I've seen something this dumb on the forums, congrats
  2. There is now an initial version of the AW modloader uploaded on GitHub. Important: Bugs are to be expected, even though most stuff should be ironed out by now. Use at your own risk. After testing a first release will be made (probably in a new thread) which should be working well. The program does what the name says: Load Mods into the program Manage mods by activating/deactivating them for the use ingame Version control of mods Collision detection of mods Important stuff first: - Source Code (MIT): https://github.com/TeyKey1/AW-Modloader - Supported Plattforms: Windows 7-11 (32 & 64 Bit) (Currently only win10 64Bit is tested) - Supported Languages: English, German (Other languages can be supported as well but for this I need help see https://github.com/TeyKey1/AW-Modloader/issues/1) - Supported Installer Languages: English, German, French, Polish, Russian - Download of the program: https://github.com/TeyKey1/AW-Modloader/releases/tag/v0.1.0-alpha - Issues: Report here or (even better) https://github.com/TeyKey1/AW-Modloader/issues Making mods compatible with the modloader Generally lot of mods should already be compatible with the modloader. Though theres some mod distributions with an incompatible folder layout. The expected folder layout for a compatible mod is as follows: MyFancyMod.zip => sounds/ weapons/ ... weapons/ ... Generally the archive needs to represent the folder structure that is required inside the localization/<language>/ folder. ThisIsWrong.zip => localization/ <language>/ ... This does not work for example as the modloader directly inserts the file into the correct localization folder already. modinfo.json In order to attach more information to your mod that the modloader can use you can create a modinfo.json file. Using this file you can achieve proper version control of your mod in the modloader. The file needs to have the following JSON data (The modinfo.json is not mandatory but recommended): { "name": "My mod name", "author": "TeyKey1", "version": "0.1.0", "injection": "localization", "info": "This is an awesome mod info\nIt contains all the best tank colors\n\nmore info here: https://armoredlabs.net" } Parameters: name The name of your mod author You, probably version The current version of your mod. This needs to follow Semver injection Currently only "localization" is supported, so leave as is info Some info text about your mod. Can be multiline using escape characters The modinfo.json file needs to reside in the base of the mod archive: MyFancyMod.zip => sounds/ weapons/ ... weapons/ ... modinfo.json
  3. Currently trying out some new frameworks and libraries and such modloader thingie sounds like a simple thing which covers all the stuff I want to try out in those libs and frameworks so might as well do something useful. So in case my endeavor turns out semi-nice I might share it
  4. Hallo. Erstmal willkommen Eigentlich ist unsere Forensprache englisch, ich werde deine Frage trotzdem kurz beantworten: Das Fadenkreuz in diesen Bildern stammt aus alten Versionen von AW. Es wurde 2020 in der Spirithaven Season durch das neue UI ersetzt (https://aw.my.games/en/news/general/guide-customizing-your-battle-ui). Es gibt keine offizielle Funktion im Spiel, welche dieses Fadenkreuz anzeigt. Soweit mir bekannt ist, hat es nie einen öffentlichen Mod gegeben, welcher das alte UI zurückbrachte. Könnte aber sein, dass es moddingtechnisch machbar ist.
  5. They announced on Discord that they would disable the global chat due to the Russian invasion, with reason that it is an apolitical game. Not like much will be lost anyway, as global was usually filled with retarded shit due to no moderation at all.
  6. You know how well AW is with PVP modes. And SS statement regarding that just made me laugh once again. The game is in a situation regarding PVP modes where they can only lose no matter what they do. Either make people wait a shitload of time to get good matches, which drives people away because they understandably don't want to wait 2min for a match. Or you just don't give a fuck about balance and just smash some stuff together to get a team, which drives people away because of a shit experience. Anything related to the term "balance" was thrown out of the window quite some time ago, so it's hard to not have a shit experience in PVP anyways. Looks like the general direction of the game in the last months totally fits the playerbase then
  7. Why create accurate patchnotes when you can just invent some. The random dudes already enjoying the inexistent AC changes won't notice either way. This just shows that the devs seem to be as clueless as global chat inhabitants at time.
  8. Still vaguely remember the days where we would get such "upgrades" like Kinzhal for free as a module on the respective progression vehicle. Been a long time. Vehicles look cool though, too late unfortunately. We'll probably have to see how the AC changes work out first anyways to know if worth or not though with the history of BP top rewards I doubt this will be an issue at all.
  9. ngl I can see them implementing some of that stuff
  10. Why create a progression line when you can just slap them into a BP and earn money instead. I'm quite sure those will eventually be added to the game in such a way.
  11. I mean there was some kind of improvement in terms of whaling possibilities and comedy value
  12. I'll just drop in my vid I did: It's german and from .31 so some settings slightly changed but it illustrates what the setting changes do. Absolute shame they couldn't find any time to add a live preview of whatever you change there.
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