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Old 09-13-2006 , 17:00   query_client_cvar with AMD64
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[AMXX] Client CVAR Querying is not available on AMD64 (one time warn)
[AMXX] Run time error 10: native error (native "query_client_cvar")
This syntax query_client_cvar seems to be having a problem with AMD64.

I am using AMXX 1.75a
MM-p1.19p28

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Old 09-13-2006 , 17:02   Re: [AMXX] query_client_cvar with AMD64
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That message isn't a bug, it's telling you that AMD64 does not support client cvar querying. Valve hasn't updated the AMD64 engine for a few years and doesn't appear to have any plan to, so we had to disable it to prevent crashing.
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Old 09-13-2006 , 17:34   Re: [AMXX] query_client_cvar with AMD64
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Eh, is there any other way around it since that part is based of v3x's HE grenade damage effect from http://forums.alliedmods.net/showthread.php?t=24157 and it's really annoying when I have to goto my Option > Audio and fix the volume after each time getting hit by the grenade.

Anyways, could you move this to scripting help?
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Old 09-13-2006 , 17:40   Re: query_client_cvar with AMD64
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There is no way around it unless get_user_info() works instead, which it probably doesn't.

v3x will need to modify his plugin for AMD64 users.
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