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Nikey646
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Join Date: Apr 2011
Old 04-17-2011 , 12:35   TF2 Panel Help
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Ok, so me and my friend are up at 2am, hitting our brains to figure out how to make a mod, we just want a simple mod that can produce a menu or panel (as i found out reading the wiki) that shows the server rules....so basicly, this is the code i used, thinking, that if the map changer can read a text file, chaning that a lil and to make it use panels, it could produce the contents of the text file.....

Code:
new Handle:g_MapMenu = INVALID_HANDLE
 
public OnPluginStart()
{
	RegConsoleCmd("Panel_Rules", Panel_Rules);
}
 
Handle:Buildrulepanel()
{
	new Handle:file = OpenFile("rules.txt", "rt");
	if (file == INVALID_HANDLE)
	{
		return INVALID_HANDLE;
	}

	new Handle:Panel = CreatePanel(Panel_Rules);
	CloseHandle(file);
 
	SetPanelTitle(Panel, "AussieDB Server Rules");
 
	return Panel;
}
i dont have a server to test this on (yet, working on getting it).

but, i can just tell, coding in a new language at 2am anit ganna work out properly....so i was wondering if someone could help me out with the above code alil.....

what its MENT to do, is upon a player typing ''rules'' into chat, it'll then produce a panel with a small prargraph describing the server rules....
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Old 04-17-2011 , 12:49   Re: TF2 Panel Help
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Ask in SourceMod section.
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Old 04-17-2011 , 13:10   Re: TF2 Panel Help
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Moved to SourceMod scripting section.
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Old 04-17-2011 , 13:17   Re: TF2 Panel Help
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Sorry, 2am, didnt notice the difference
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