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orth

Replace & Delete Saved Quickbars Don't Replace or Delete
« on: May 30, 2015, 01:16:06 pm »
Description: If you save a quickbar with a name already in use, you will be reminded of this and told "You have already saved a quickbar named x. If you wish to overwrite it, use the replace command: =c qb replace x if you want to overwrite it." When using this command, it will say, "You replace your x quickbar," but on restoring, the quickbar will be as it was before using replace. Saving a different name works like normal, naturally. Deleting does not. Additionally, you get the "you have already saved..." message when using the replace command, even though you are already using it, in addition to the "you replace..."=c qb delete x neither prevents restoration of the bar nor removes it from the list, but gives the feedback about it being deleted.Tested with Acacea & Tori. (Finally got around to working on her quickbars. Love, love, love.)Location: 151 PH Fields (And everywhere else :P)Verified:Reproducible: Yes

(Sorry if already known or I missed something!)

 
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Serissa

When I have previously used
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2015, 09:14:22 am »

When I have previously used =c sb restore party2, slept to assure all spells active, and then signed off, all of my hastes and my stoneskins are missing every time when I come back into the game.  I have to use the command again to restore my spells and then rest.  This is a particular nuisance if I get thrown out of the game and come back.  Not sure whether this is part of the same problem or not.

 

orth

Acacea wrote:Description: If
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2015, 07:11:06 pm »

Quote from: "Acacea"&nid="10163756"

Description:

If you save a quickbar with a name already in use, you will be reminded of this and told "You have already saved a quickbar named x. If you wish to overwrite it, use the replace command: =c qb replace x if you want to overwrite it." When using this command, it will say, "You replace your x quickbar," but on restoring, the quickbar will be as it was before using replace. Saving a different name works like normal, naturally. Deleting does not. 

Additionally, you get the "you have already saved..." message when using the replace command, even though you are already using it, in addition to the "you replace..."

=c qb delete x neither prevents restoration of the bar nor removes it from the list, but gives the feedback about it being deleted.

Tested with Acacea & Tori. (Finally got around to working on her quickbars. Love, love, love.)

Location: 151 PH Fields (And everywhere else :P)

Verified:

Reproducible: Yes

(Sorry if already known or I missed something!)

This should be fixed in the next update.

 

orth

Serissa wrote:When I have
« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2015, 07:20:01 pm »

Quote from: "Serissa"&cid="2757560"

When I have previously used =c sb restore party2, slept to assure all spells active, and then signed off, all of my hastes and my stoneskins are missing every time when I come back into the game.  I have to use the command again to restore my spells and then rest.  This is a particular nuisance if I get thrown out of the game and come back.  Not sure whether this is part of the same problem or not.

This is unrelated to the quickbar system. I see the problem but it's going to take some time and learning to get it fixed. It happens when you have spells that are from one of your clerical domains. I'm not sure how I missed it testing with Plen though. I was sure I tested it but I can see from the code it would have never worked.

What I would suggest you do to get around it for now is after you restore your spellbook, remove the hastes and stoneskins from your spellbook, then re add them again then rest or just don't have the hastes and stoneskins in your saved spellbook and add them after you restore then rest.

I recognize this is a bit of a pain in the butt but it's better than coming back after a crash and having all those spells gone.

 

orth

The issue with the clerical
« Reply #4 on: May 30, 2015, 01:15:47 pm »

The issue with the clerical domain spells not restoring properly and therefore being blanked upon re-entry into the world will be fixed in the next update.

Players who have clerical domain spells will have to go through the following steps to fix their existing saved spellbooks though.

  • Restore the spellbook, example =c sb restore party2
  • Remove all of the clerical domain spells from your spellbook
  • Add the spells back to your spellbook
  • Replace your spellbook, example =c sb replace party2