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  1. I know, but I don't want new maps or anything, I like the old graphics (317), and maps. I dunno, I'll either leech a client with them, or IDK. I fund out how to get it kind working. The models in the Raw folder are way too high, and when i make them low (less that 29915 or something) and try to add them, It says it can't find them... hm... I dunno. I'll look more
  2. Me neither:/. I am just barely dipping into clients, I am decent with server sided work, but I am bad with client sided. I appreciate it though. Hopefully someone will eventually be able to help. I'll look round though, I just don't want a server with a million customs lol.
  3. Thanks for the advice, and I was assuming the same thing. Although the client already has a few customs in it, like godswords, and it has the dclaw anims in the client (::[I][/I]anim 6000 or something). It's the original 317 PI with due fixes or something. I re-added preloading models, but when I dump models I get nothing.): Can you recommend a better 317 client?
  4. 13 views and no reply):. I really need help. I've been looking for so long, and no matter what I try I can't get it to work...It seems there is a switch() built into my itemdef of arama platelegs, but the case is weird looking and IDK where to trace it back to.
  5. Hey everyone, I know this question has been posted a million times, and I would know considering I have looked through at least 50+ threads, but I have yet to even find an answer to it. I am attempting to add some dragon claws to my server, it was a clean PI, and it appears to be there, but it is invisible and, although you can equip it (it moves to the helmet slot, but that's an easy fix), examine and such; it is invisible. Before you post please refer to the list of things I have tried. I have tried adding a "Raw" Folder in both the clients main folder, and cache ("./Raw/"), but when I go in-game and type "add model" and the interface asking the model ID appears, and I input the model ID, it says it is unable to find the ID. No, I am not putting in the [U]item ID[/U] I am putting in the Model ID that was included with the .dat files and ints. I have also tried gzipping them and then moving them into the ./raw/ but again, nothing. ::[I][/I]dumpmodels doesn't seem to do any more than "add model" as it just freezes for a few seconds and resumes as if nothing happened. (Yes I compiled and reloaded afterwards, and had 0 results.) I looked into Client.java and found preloadModels(); is commented out, and, upon trying to uncomment it, the client gives me the "cannot connect to server" about midway through. I will provide additional if you need it. I don't remember everything I've tried, though haha.
  6. I got this error:/... [code]src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2049: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(0, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2052: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(1, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2055: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(2, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2058: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(3, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2061: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(4, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2064: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(5, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2067: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(6, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2070: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(7, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2073: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(8, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2076: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(9, c.objectX, c.obje ctY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length src\server\model\players\ActionHandler.java:2079: error: method startWoodcutting in class Woodcutting cannot be applied to given types; c.getWoodcutting().startWoodcutting(10, c.objectX, c.obj ectY, c.clickObjectType); ^ required: int,int,int found: int,int,int,int reason: actual and formal argument lists differ in length Note: Some input files use unchecked or unsafe operations. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details. 11 errors Press any key to continue . . .[/code]
  7. I am using the same source, so I might be more help, I was able to get my friend to connect via hamachi. I had to give him the client though, and made sure the IP's were changed in either Client.java or GUI.java. I don't full remember. make sure you compile it, and then send them the client. If you're using a webclient, I can't help there. I am using a client atm but like I said, make sure they have the cache downloaded, and all IP's are the same in client.java or GUI.java
  8. To change the look you'll have to edit your cache sprites. take the new look, and, I'll soonfeed you, go to c:/cachename/sprites/interfaces/bank. or somewhere in your sprites. you may have to change the positioning of the bank, idk.. My base came with the bank looking like the 2nd pic.
  9. It's not really an error. I know I'm grave-digging here, but this hasn't been answered obviously. I have been using this source for a few days, it doesn't affect anything honestly. it's just unpleasant on the eyes. I don't know how to fix it though. :/. I'd like one.
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