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TheDS1337
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Old 04-13-2019 , 18:59   Protobuf Usermessages
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Hey guys, I'm having some difficulties compiling a Screenfade usermsg, I'm using SM's built-in UM Interface so it should work without any problems but I'm getting unresolved external symbols errors.... I linked everything necessary from the CS:GO HL2SDK, even the .lib file so I'm really confused to why it is not working.. I'm using this code:

Code:
void ScreenFade(int client, int duration, int holdTime, int flags, Color color)
{
	static int msgId = -1;

	if( msgId == -1 )
	{
		msgId = usermsgs->GetMessageIndex("Fade");
	}

	CCSUsrMsg_Fade *msg = (CCSUsrMsg_Fade *) usermsgs->StartProtobufMessage(msgId, &client, 1, USERMSG_BLOCKHOOKS);

	if( msg )
	{
		msg->set_duration(duration);
		msg->set_hold_time(holdTime);
		msg->set_flags(flags);

/* 
		This causes external linkage errors, need to find a way to compile it
		static CMsgRGBA *typedColor = new CMsgRGBA;

		if( typedColor )
		{
			typedColor->set_r(color.r());
			typedColor->set_g(color.g());
			typedColor->set_b(color.b());
			typedColor->set_a(color.a());

			msg->set_allocated_clr(typedColor);
		}
*/				
		usermsgs->EndMessage();
	}
}
At first, I tried with mutable_clr just like one of SM's UM here: https://github.com/alliedmodders/sou...dtext.cpp#L319

EDIT:
I'm building as "Debug" on MSVC 2017

Last edited by TheDS1337; 04-14-2019 at 03:26. Reason: Solved, just recompiled the library with the needed toolset
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