Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by DoseSociety

  1. What would you charge to add OSRS map data to 718?

  2. very time I try to load my 718 cache with Frosty's Cache Editor and try to submit for the Item Editor I get a mess of messages in the console and it doesn't open the Item Selector GUI. If I can't get it to load with Frosty's but the cache will load with Something Catchy could I possibly use just that for client edits?
  3. Did you remove the packedNpcs file? You have to remove it for it to be repacked when you restart the server.
  4. Is learning visual basic an important stepping stone in learning programming? I was wondering if it is actually helpful for someone with no experience to learn. For example could learning visual basic help when you move to a language such as python?
  5. Would you mind talking some more? I'm trying to come up with a plan for how I'm going to study programming over the summer.
  6. That unfortunately is not how it works at all.
  7. Thanks for you response, I'm just finishing a VB course right now, and I've been playing how I will study programming over the summer. Got any good all inclusive python courses you know of that I could start with?
  8. Thanks for your meaningful response Yeah unfortunately I need to understand concepts of programming. Been going through the VB and honestly its kind of pain staking with the massive amounts of boiler plate.
  9. I need you help ,Divine, to find a song you showed me a really long time ago.

    1. Blake


      I've got you mate, what song?

    2. DoseSociety


      its the one about the person being killed in an ally 

  10. DoseSociety

    OSRS client question

    I was wondering if anyone has reverse engineered the official OSRS client yet, or if it would even be remotely possible. Thanks for your answers.
  11. Thanks for your guidance, Im going to take a go at it.
  12. Any idea how hard login is Todo?
  13. my deviant art dose society http://dosesociety.deviantart.com/
  14. Is it really less code? I would like to see that demonstrated. I was imaging that an enumeration might be cumbersome for the class that fuzen has writen.
  15. You don't really need an enumeration do you? Couldn't you just create an array with the rares, then made an if statement that calculates weather they gained a rare or not; if they got the rare give them only that, if they didn't give them the ordinary item. Either way good job keeping up on of this content you release fuzen.
  16. [B]Basic Skill outline for programming[/B] [B]Data table/Enumeration[/B] *Contains all/most of the data required for the skill to function *Includes level requirements, xp reward, item rewards, items required to do the skill, and that's about it [B]Constructor[/B] [code]public Example(Player player) { this.player = player }[/code] * for the skill you construct an instance of every skill in the player class so you can access them from there [B]execute() [/B] * ties together all functionality to be ran. Makes everything happen. * execute is normally where you'll take data inform so in some cases you might want to create this method looking something like this [code]public void execute(int objectId) { switch (objectId) { case 0: break;, case 1: break; } } [/code] [B]performSkill()[/B] * this is where you handle the animation, give reward, xp, and delete items used in skilling or whatever else [B]processEvent()[/B] * You won't need to use this on all skills but there is a fair amount of skills were you will want to create an event to process the skill. For example I would create an event for crafting that tells the player to craft a single gem until all of the uncrafted gems had been crafted. If you want to see this example in code I posted crafting already done kind of following this format. [B]checkRequirements() [/B] * test that the user meets all requirements here
  17. Hey if you can get it online with players I'd gladly help you develop content. You can see from my project thread that I've been working with 562. I know how to work with the source you're using for the most part. I can always learn more but I'm pretty good at making things work.
  18. DoseSociety


    Good luck. I hope that you get this server online. I think you should constantly be making preparations towards releasing beta/alpha stages as soon as possible. [quote name='TitanTom']Dawg i honestly think your fake as hell now, ive seen so many dope ass projects, not a single have i played. PISSING ME OFF[/QUOTE] I think you're kind of right. He puts so much hard work and time into a project and then most of the time someone fucks him over. Maybe with our encouragement he'll actually make something out of this one. lol we can only hope really.
  19. This is the assignment. I find the task to be very complicated and confusing. [quote]After our class reviewing parts of speech, some nuances like abstract and concrete, and comparisons using metaphors and similes, plus the fun of playing mad libs with music lyrics, it's time for you to work more with these ideas in a more free and creative format. Besides playing with language, a goal of this assignment is also to get you thinking: who are you? who do you want to be? what have you struggled with? what have you overcome? what are you passionate about? what other things (resources, experiences, etc.) would you like more of? Your answers to these questions will guide you toward your passions and your project for this quarter. To that end, please find a song of your choice, from any genre you choose, that describes a person or situation. Once you've decided on a song, locate the lyrics (I recommend using the google machine). Copy the lyrics into a document, complete with the song title and artist. Annotate, or make notes on, the lyrics. Can you identify clever moves the artist made (e.g. plays on words, examples, concrete and abstract details, etc.) Then, beginning on the next page, update the title, if necessary, and list yourself as the artist. Now you're ready to update the song lyrics. (You might want to paste them here again and work through them, updating them; or you may want to refer back to the original as you compose your original work.) This will be like we did with mad libs, but in a more thoughtful and intentional way. Don't simply replace verbs with other verbs or nouns with other nouns. Instead, take whole sections of the song and replace the content with your own, describing your self, your experiences, your desires--whatever fits in that section, so long as it's all about you. Mirror the original artist's clever moves--what you've identified in your annotations. For example, if the artist used a metaphor, you should use a metaphor. If the artist gave a detailed example, so should you. When you're finished, you will have created an original composition that may well look parallel to or in the same style as the original, but will be clearly different from the original. Not a poet or lyricist, you say? That's quite alright. Your composition doesn't have to rhyme or follow any type of format. All it needs to do is generally mirror the same ideas as the original song, of course with the content updated so you are describing your self, your experiences, etc Please turn in the complete document with the original song first, complete with your annotations, followed by your original composition, by class time on Wednesday, Jan. 7. This assignment will be evaluated for: following basic instructions (including the annotated original, followed by the new): 5 points mirroring the original, both in length and especially including clever strategies: 10 points Questions? Please don't hesitate to ask.[/quote]
  20. This would make for a useful tool. How accurate?
  21. You need to create the appropriate settings.dat file under C:\Militus\ I'm guessing. Hope you get this one figured out :)
  22. What's your preference? I want a video series that yields a strong independent programmer.