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Old 10-23-2009 , 13:24   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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I have looked everywhere for mm:s 1.8 plz link me
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Old 10-23-2009 , 13:29   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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I have looked everywhere for mm:s 1.8 plz link me
http://www.sourcemm.net/mmsdrop/1.8/....8.0-hg657.zip
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Old 10-23-2009 , 13:51   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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Thx

How do you add the SetFailState and where do you add it?

Soz im not a programmer so plz help me out.
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Old 10-23-2009 , 14:47   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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I am unable to compile this.

It seems the tryRemove() function is missing from the sp.
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Old 10-23-2009 , 15:16   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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I am unable to compile this.

It seems the tryRemove() function is missing from the sp.
Seems the forum jumbled up all the code :/ (functions put inside other functions, comments taking out hundreds of lines etc.)

Anyway, it's zipped now and I can confirm it compiles correctly.
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Old 10-23-2009 , 16:24   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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Fixed it. Thanks
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Old 10-23-2009 , 16:33   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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That would suggest that, for some reason, the code that runs when M1 is held is always running, resulting in choppy, server-side movement.

Also your DukeHacks is out of date (0.1.9 instead of 0.2.0) - that might be the cause.
Yep, I updated dukehacks and now works as it should. Thanks.
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Seems the forum jumbled up all the code :/ (functions put inside other functions, comments taking out hundreds of lines etc.)

Anyway, it's zipped now and I can confirm it compiles correctly.
Thanks, I thought I was going crazy looking over the code. Glad to know I wasn't
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Old 10-23-2009 , 16:54   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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Well played. Congrats.
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Old 10-23-2009 , 19:02   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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Couple of problems we had while testing

Sometimes the red team would not able able to see their current body in third person, rather their dead body from the previous round.

also:
Code:
L 10/23/2009 - 17:58:23: [SM] Native "SDKCall" reported: NULL not allowed
L 10/23/2009 - 17:58:23: [SM] Displaying call stack trace for plugin "prophunt.smx":
L 10/23/2009 - 17:58:23: [SM]   [0]  Line 2054, C:\Programming\SourceMod\prophunt.sp::GiveWep()
L 10/23/2009 - 17:58:23: [SM]   [1]  Line 2298, C:\Programming\SourceMod\prophunt.sp::Event_player_death()
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Old 10-23-2009 , 19:07   Re: [TF2] PropHunt (the Original)
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Check that you installed the Data Pack correctly.

Also the offsets in givenameditem.games.txt might be wrong for your OS.
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