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  1. Roland, I like the idea Madmole came up with. We could remove the repair kit's recipe in the xml. You would still find some in loot or at the traders, but you'd think twice about repairing something now. You can fine tune it by making it more or less scarce and/or expensive.
  2. Hey Umbrella, sorry for the delay. All classes were in the same dll (Assembly-CSharp).
  3. Thanks for the kind words man! I hope this drives more people towards modding using SDX/DMT. I know it's a bit to take in at first, but I hope that posts like this will slowly build up the courage some may need to jump in. (Like I did.) Honestly, it's easier than I thought to get started. Yes, advanced mods may be tricky, but simple stuff is pretty straight forward.
  4. Phase 2: Now, onto scripting for realz. I've started with a workbench, because, well, you've got to start somewhere. So, I started by copying the block workbench from blocks.xml and tried to assign it to a new class: <append xpath="/blocks"> <block name="PoweredWorkbench"> <property name="Class" value="PoweredWorkstation"/> <property name="CustomIcon" value="workbench" /> <property name="Material" value="Mmetal"/> <property name="MaxDamage" value="800"/> <property name="StabilitySupport" value="false"/> &l
  5. The adventures of a newbie modder Warning, this is not exactly a tutorial per se, more of a journey. If this is not the right section, feel free to move it accordingly. I'm a huge fan of 7 Days, it's the first game I've played since I ditched my Dreamcast, 20 years ago and honestly, it's pretty much the only game I play. When A17 dropped, I was hyped AF, but the game had changed so much from previous iterations, that it just didn't click. So I started modding the game. But just XML modding. I'm a web developer and along the way, I've coded in C# for like a year. I kept read
  6. Thank you guys for the hard word on SDX and now DMT, you are amazing.
  7. I'm on the latest version if I'm not mistaken: λ java -version java version "1.8.0_221" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_221-b11) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.221-b11, mixed mode)[/Code] It's actually a known problem with the environment variable.
  8. Good idea! By the way, if I may, it would be nice to see the exceptions in the output of the UI (instead of just in the console). (But it would be QOL.)
  9. For those who run into the "TOO LITTLE" error, I had an environment variable named _JAVA_OPTIONS that was set to -Xmx256m. Passing the -Xmx6g argument didn't override the environment variable for some reason. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Nice tool by the way!
  10. Ok, I had an environment variable named _JAVA_OPTIONS and set to -Xmx256m. Passing the -Xmx6g argument didn't override the environment variable for some reason. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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