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TheDigBick

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  1. I know what you're trying to say, because im also slowly learning how to make RSPS. I recommend you start off with Project Insanity tutorial pack because you can easily learn the basics from there. Here's a link: [url]http://www.runelocus.com/tutorials/make_own_server.html[/url]. From there go to the RSPS tutorials and from there you can get some knowledge about RSPS. I highly recommend reading a book called "Learing Java in 21 days" or something in that nature, it will teach a lot about Java. Keep in mind you wont just learn how to code in a few days, it takes quite a long time. Im still currently learning how to make a good RSPS, and I personally find it very interesting and fun. So what I recommend is you start off with PI and mess around with it, learn the basics. Then go on to a bigger project once you know what you're doing. Here are some good tutorial links, it really easy to find to visit the tutorials section or google search. If you ever need help go to the help section. Useful Links: [url]http://www.runelocus.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?59-RSPS-Tutorials[/url] [url]http://www.runelocus.com/forums/showthread.php?29340-How-to-start-a-317-Server-so-easy-VIDEO-VOICE-COMMENTARY-HD[/url] [url]http://www.runelocus.com/forums/showthread.php?59-How-to-Create-Your-Very-Own-Private-Server[/url] [url]http://www.runelocus.com/forums/showthread.php?85215-Starter-package-Fixes-please-read-before-posting[/url] [url]http://www.runelocus.com/forums/showthread.php?46460-Complete-NOOB-Project-Insanity-Guide-Tips-to-making-a-good-RSPS[/url] Good luck on your adventure.
  2. LOL AMAZING! So you just want someone to make you a server and you take half the profits? LMFAO! You said "i have no java coding experience" so the guy who's actually making the server should just keep it for himself. You just want to sit there and expect to get paid not doing JACK SHIT? Lol GTFO.
  3. I made a new folder names "raw" and added my files into there. And when you stated "definitions need to go in itemdef" I already did that as seen above unless your talking about something else, please explain more. I then saved & compiled, started the game, typed "add models" put in the model ID and once again it still says: "Unable to find model ID: 44590." Please help.
  4. I'm trying to add dragon claws to my server, here's my current setup. I DON'T HAVE A "models" folder nor a "Raw" folder. I also made a new folder in my Clients main folder and still says unable to find model: 44590. ItemDef.java - (Dragon Claws) [CODE]if(i == 14484) { itemDef.actions = new String[5]; itemDef.actions[1] = "Wield"; itemDef.modelID = 44590; itemDef.maleEquip1 = 43660;//anInt165 itemDef.femaleEquip1 = 43660;//anInt200 itemDef.modelZoom = 789; itemDef.modelRotation1 = 240; itemDef.modelRotation2 = 60; itemDef.modelOffset1 = -1; itemDef.modelOffset2 = -23; itemDef.name = "Dragon claws"; itemDef.description = "A set of fighting claws.".getBytes(); }[/CODE] And here's my Client.java for preloading models. [CODE]public void preloadModels() { File file = new File("./Raw/"); File[] fileArray = file.listFiles(); for(int y = 0; y < fileArray.length; y++) { String s = fileArray[y].getName(); byte[] buffer = ReadFile("./Raw/"+s); Model.method460(buffer,Integer.parseInt(getFileNameWithoutExtension(s))); } }[/CODE] In game when I type in add model it just says "Unable to find model: 44590." Pleae help thanks.
  5. TheDigBick

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    Yea I need help with this too, I you figure out how to fix can you please msg me? Thanks.
  6. So this is my first time ever making a RSPS. Im constantly following the tutorials on this website and im new to most of this stuff. My question is that when I add my dragon claws it compiles fine, everything runs smoothly until when I go ingame I spawn the code (::item 14484 1) and it spawns dwarf remains. BTW This also happens when I try to add chaotics or anything else. Here is my setup(Use Project Insanity). Models Dir: Client > cache > data ItemDeff [CODE]/* Hardcoded items start here */ /**/ if(i == 14484) { itemDef.actions = new String[5]; itemDef.actions[1] = "Wield"; itemDef.modelID = 44590; itemDef.maleEquip1 = 43660;//anInt165 itemDef.femaleEquip1 = 43660;//anInt200 itemDef.modelZoom = 789; itemDef.modelRotation1 = 240; itemDef.modelRotation2 = 60; itemDef.modelOffset1 = -1; itemDef.modelOffset2 = -23; itemDef.name = "Dragon claws"; itemDef.description = "A set of fighting claws.".getBytes(); }[/CODE] Item.cfg [CODE]item = 14484 Dragon_claws Swap_this_note_at_any_bank_for_the_equivalent_item. 12000 12000 12000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0[/CODE] I added the itemID to the very bottom of my item list. client.java These are how the models are added. [CODE]public void preloadModels() { File file = new File("./Raw/"); File[] fileArray = file.listFiles(); for(int y = 0; y < fileArray.length; y++) { String s = fileArray[y].getName(); byte[] buffer = ReadFile("./Raw/"+s); Model.method460(buffer,Integer.parseInt(getFileNameWithoutExtension(s))); } }[/CODE] I've already tried to switch the "Raw" to "data" located in my cache folder. Still didn't make a difference. I've already downloaded the models and unzipped them into my "data" folder. So im respectfully asking if someone can explain STEP BY STEP how to add Dragon Claws to Project Insanity. I hope someone can help, please and thanks.
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