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  1. Thought I'd make a single post for all my modlets that work on A19. Basically it's all the various A18 ones, tested and adjusted if necessary to make sure they work on A19. There's also a few new ones that I thought folks might like. All of these are XML only. Enjoy. 3 Slot Forge - Adds an extra input slot to the forge and moves the UI around a little so there's no window overlap. 12 Slot Crafting Queue - Increases the crafting queue from 4 slots to 12. Scrap everything! 60 Slot Backpack - Pretty self explanitory. 60 Slot Backpack (with Food/Water bars) - As above, but with food and water bars moved from under the toolbelt to under the Health/Stamina bars on the left. 96 Slot Backpack - Pretty self explanitory. 96 Slot Backpack (with Food/Water bars) - As above, but with food and water bars moved from under the toolbelt to under the Health/Stamina bars on the left. Food and Water Bars - Just the food and water bars from my above backpack mods so users can use larger backpacks if they so wish. Backpack Buttons - Adds Stash All, Stash Stack and Stash Stack Smart buttons to the backpack when a container is open (including vehicles). HP Bars - Remember the red HP bar that was shown off in A17? This adds that back into the game for folks who liked that idea. Log Spikes - Makes Wood Log and Iron Spikes craftable again. Pickup Plants - Allows the player to press the 'E' button (default. May be different for other languages/controllers) to pick up plants. This does NOT grant extra harvest based on perk. You have to punch for that. Max Animals/Zombies and Claim Blocks - Adds options to the main menu for the player to select max spawned animals/zombies in the world in SP. Also allows the player to have more than 1 claim block via menu option. Steel Ammo - Adds the steel ammo from A17 for players who enjoyed that option. Always Open Traders - Removed the open/close times from traders so they always remain open (tested with Trader Jen and seems to work). Sniper Rifle Fix - Adds a scope overlay to the sniper zoom action so it's actually useable. Zoom level is unaffected, so it will still act as if there is no scope in terms of mechanics.
  2. ZQLaNavObjectsZombie ZQLaNavObjectsZombie is a Proof of Concept modlet that adds zombies the new on-screen sprite system introduced in A19. This is just to show it can be done and how to do it, maybe someone can build upon this and make it into something more useful. As for a use case for this modlet, I guess it can be useful for people with hearing impairments that cannot hear the zombies, they will now get a visual indication that a zombie is between 10-50m away from them. Other than that I do not recommend anyone using it unless they want to ruin the zombie horror part of the game. Zombies will show up on the compass, map and on the on-screen sprite system. Fully customizable in regards to functional ranges and other functions. Supports off-screen display. Trails along the edge of the screen to show a zombie that is not on screen. Comes with a custom Zombie icon that is more fitting to this than the vanilla. XML only, no DMT magic required. DOWNLOAD
  3. Z2 is a small side project of mine that I just sat down and started coding the other day. I started with creating a new compass bar and then just went from there, making things up as I progressed along the orange line. The result is what you see in the screenshots below. No external assets were used in the development of this HUD with the exception of the compass bar of course which sparked this whole thing. The compass bar is hosted online(imgur) and that makes this modlet server friendly in the terms that it requires no client downloads unless one opts to use the optional 10 slot tool belt and target health bar patches which will require the clients to download and install DMT modlets. I've not spent a whole lot of time on this modlet yet, and as such I am sure there are both bugs and hopefully minor issues I haven't caught before releasing it. Please make me aware of those with a post in this thread. I prefer not to be sent PM's in this regard. Worktime: 3-4h (initial sketchup) Worktime: 6-7h (fine tuning, touchups, changes) This modlet is coded to be a HUD killer. This means that it can be dropped into an overhaul mod and it will likely kill the overhauls HUD and replace it with Z2. Some adaptation might be needed depending on overhaul features and original HUD complexity. Z2 is currently not scale friendly, due to this it attempts to lock the scale at vanilla values. This might cause issues if added to other mods or modlets that rely on changing the scale to display correctly. This will be rectified in an upcoming version. It's color scheme is also highly customizable through the styles.xml file. So if orange is not your thing, change it there by setting a new R,G,B color code in the correct style entry. This will be further diversified in an upcoming version. Z2 - Showing the HUD and the radial menu. Z2 - Showing the vehicle health and fuel bars. Z2 comes with some optional features that can be used. The reason I made these optional is because they require a higher level of experience when it comes to modding, they require the use of third party tools, they render the client EAC unfriendly and they require clients to download and install the modlets locally. The first optional feature that is available at release is the target health bar which, when installed correctly, enables the target health bar in the games engine and adds some other tweaks by SphereII to further enhance and touch up the bars a little. (DMT patch provided by SphereII) Z2THB no longer requires a DMT patch to work. Simply install it as any other modlet. Z2THB - Showing the target health bar. (Requires client install and DMT patching.) The second optional feature that is available at release is a patch to tweak Z2 to fit if you have a 10 slot tool belt modlet or overhaul installed. Please do note that Z2 itself does not currently come with a 10 slot tool belt DMT patch. Z2TB10 - Showing a 10 slot tool belt. (Requires client install and DMT patching. Also requires a 10 slot tool belt DMT mod/modlet.) To download click on the images below. They pull directly from my github repo. Optionally you can download and install these modlets through SphereII's Mod Launcher (recommended). Install like any other modlet by dropping it into your 7 Days to Die installation folder and making sure that the hierarchy is as follows; "Mods\modname\ModInfo.xml". And as always, do the smart thing and backup saves first. Use at your own risk. This is an initial release and is to be considered a test version. Please post here with any issues that may present themselves. Updates and changes will happen when I get around to it. I will try and touch up this main post with some more fancy graphics and stuff soon Hope you like it!
  4. New module that hides all the Onscreen Sprites : https://gitlab.com/wookienookie/a19_vanilla_modlets/-/raw/master/HideOnScreenSprites.zip?inline=false Ive done the XML Xpath commands individually for each Onscreen sprite and hence you can enable/disable each Sprite type as you like. By default all sprites are hidden.
  5. This was a massive pain to get working. But here it is. 10 slot toolbelt tested and working for Alpha 19! I got some help from w00kie n00kie because TFP changed a few things in the DLL, which meant my old mod no longer worked and needed some Harmony 2.0 magic to get working. However, this mod is now ENTIRELY harmony based, which means you could add it to any other mod that has a DLL patched with harmony. Please be aware that you will need either DMT 1.6 with Harmony 2 manually patched in, or you will need to wait for DMT 2.0 to be released (which has Harmony 2.0 included by default) Download link: https://gitlab.com/KhaineGB/khainedmt-a19/-/archive/master/khainedmt-a19-master.zip?path=10SlotToolbelt
  6. // Greetings, fellow survivors! Welcome to the new and improved SMXhud modlet for 7 Days to Die - Alpha 18. This version has undergone a great deal of improvements in light of the many new features that Alpha 18 brought to the table. See the changelog below for detailed information. // Terms of Use You are allowed to use this modlet as is for your own personal use and/or distribute said modlet bundled with something of your own creation as long as all the files of this modlet remain unaltered and you do not claim credit for creating the modlet itself or any of the files provided with it. You are welcome, but not required, to inform the developer of this modlet should you wish to bundle and re-distribute said modlet as described above. You are not allowed to use any of the assets bundled with this modlet in other projects where said modlet is not included and credited. This restriction applies to all files that this modlet consist of. You are required to inform and ask permission from the developer of this modlet should you wish to make changes to any files provided with the intention to bundle and/or distribute. Should permission be granted you are required to make the changes as a new modlet that injects into the modlet in question and keeping load order in mind. The original modlet shall be distributed as is with no change to its files whatsoever. // SMXhud // SMXhud is SMX as you know it from Alpha 16 first remade into a modlet and tweaked for Alpha 17 and now further enhanced for Alpha 18. The purpose of SMXhud is to take the in-game HUD into a more horror like and gritty art style all while trying to stay as informative as possible while not being intrusive on your gameplay. // Install and remove Download the modlet from one of the locations below. Decompress the modlet using WinRAR or a compatible archiver. Copy or move the Mods folder into your 7 Days to Die installation folder. Verify the install by checking that the ModInfo.xml file is located in this hierarchy: "\Mods\SMXhud\ModInfo.xml" Remove by deleting the SMXhud folder inside the Mods folder. // The Downloads SMXhud can be downloaded from three sources. NexusMods, which is my main distribution platform. Everything I distribute launch here first. Github, which is my mirror of choice for those that cannot or will not use NexusMods. SphereII's Mod Launcher, an easy to use mod and modlet installer for 7 Days to Die. // NexusMods // Github // SphereII's Mod Launcher // The Optionals SMXhudTHB is easiest to install from SphereII's Mod Launcher. This due to its dependency on a patchscript to remove the God Mode lock that the bar is hidden behind. It can of course be installed manually. To do so, download it from the github link below, but you will then have to download and install the 0-SphereIICore modlet, the DMT tool and patch the game engine manually...trust me, use the Mod Launcher! !!WARNING!! - Installing this makes the game non EAC friendly, and will render you unable to play on EAC enabled servers. You will also need to enter the launcher and turn off EAC or you will just be met by a black screen when starting the game. // Github // Support SMX Development All SMX branded mods and/or modlets will forever be free of charge and available for everyone to download and enjoy. I do however from time to time get questions from users on how to donate and support the SMX development. The purpose of this link is nothing more than a way for me to cater to those that want to make a donation. You should under no circumstance feel obligated to do so, but if you decide to do it I want you to know that is comes greatly appreciated. Donation or not I would like to extend a thank you to all that download and use the different SMX mods, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do making them. If you feel like making a donation to support the development of the SMX branded modifications, click the image below.
  7. Devrix

    Sorcery

    Features Play 7D2D as a balanced post apocalyptic zombie vanquishing Sorcerer. Through training and discovery, you'll learn how to deport the undead straight back to hell casting elemental spells of Fire, Ice and Lightning. Unique animations, art, effects and sounds for spells and items Pure Spellcaster playstyle Spellcrafting: 5 unique abilities for each unique spell Spell Ammo Crafting: Fire, Ice, Lightning, Omni Alchemy Crafting: Potions, Elixirs, Potion Bombs Armor Crafting: Fire, Ice, Lightning Armor Sets Rune Crafting: Fire, Ice, Lightning Rune Mods Spell Weapon Abilities: primary, secondary, passive, charge New Attribute: Sorcery New Dual Skill Tree and Perks Fire, Ice, Lightning Mastery: learn how to craft and augment spells Spellcast Mastery: primary, secondary, passive and charge abilities Rune Mastery: harness the power of Runes to augment your spells Essence Mastery: demystify and awaken the elemental essence of the world to extract and craft spells and weapons with essence. Fire, Ice, Lightning Spells: upgrade each spell with five alterations Latest Version: 0.85 - The Awakening Sorcery, The Awakening (v0.85) is now LIVE and FULLY PLAYABLE! Download Sorcery MANUAL: Modlet, Pure XML You install Sorcery just as you would any other pure XML Modlet. However, I cannot stress enough how horrible your experience will be (no text in-game) if you do not follow these steps of adding the (Localization Text😞 LAUNCHER: Mod, SDX Sorcery is fully integrated into the 7D2D Mod Launcher, as an SDX Mod, with automatic Localization handling... praise The Gods (and @sphereii)! If you already have the latest version of the Mod Launcher, simply run it and install Sorcery there. Otherwise, follow these steps to get started: Credit TFP for creating and improving this ridiculously awesome game, while also providing the ability to making this type of modding available. Supporters make ongoing development possible! Sorcery A19 / Future Updates A vanilla game bug is present in A18.x that prevents Sorcery from being updated. This has been reported and confirmed to be fixed in A19: onSelfEquip Bug Details Sorcery A19 development has officially begun with the release of A19 Experimental! Two workarounds for the nasty bug have are discovered AND some Runes will be maintained. There is A LOT in the works for Sorcery A19+, including dedicated Perk Trees for EACH ELEMENT! If you like Sorcery, join the ranks of Patreon Supporters to help keep Sorcery development going strong into A19: Support Sorcery Development
  8. Download Entire Package Here https://gitlab.com/guppycur/guppymods My modlet collection. If you don't know how to use git or download, sorry but that's on you. Click on the mod then click the download button, geesh. I offer zero warranties or guarantee's. Tons of people have helped me with my mods, and I'd list them but then I'd forget someone and feel bad. So basically everyone on my modding discord. 😃 Thanks homies! Guppycur's AdditionalCharacters - Adds a few more characters - Incompatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's BloodMoon Trickle - Removes the TFP trickle on blood moons Guppycur's Can Grenade - Cheap, easy, goes boom Guppycur's Commercial Blocks - Adds commercial blocks Guppycur's Commercial Kitchen Blocks - Adds more commercial kitchen blocks Guppycur's Cop Acid - Harvest cops for their acid Guppycur's Desert Ambiance - Adds dust devils and dust storm to desert biome Guppycur's Door Blocks - Adds a variety of doors; doubles, gates, drawbridges, portcullis', etc Guppycur's Dust Devil - Dust devil entity by itself Guppycur's Elevator - Adds a fixed sized elevator Guppycur's Fantasy Mod Extras - Adds a few items for a fantasy mod Guppycur's Fireworks - Adds a zombie distraction fireworks box Guppycur's Flame Thrower - Adds a hand held flamethrower weapon Guppycur's Get Nailed Quest Chain Edit - Fixes quest chain for Kheldon's Get Nailed mod Guppycur's Grenades - Adds a smoke and flash-bang grenade, great for PvP! Guppycur's Heads on Spears - Adds heads on spear blocks Guppycur's Hospital Blocks - Adds more hospital blocks Guppycur's Insects - Adds a flying hornet type insect and prefab/nest - Compatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's JapaneseCharacters - Adds Japanese characters - incompatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's Misc Blocks - Adds a lot more blocks for decoration and building Guppycur's Misc Blocks 2 - Adds even more blocks for decoration and building Guppycur's Mobiles Modlet-NonSDX - Broken @%$*#! vehicle modlet; okay, it works but needs finishing. Use ragsy's instead Guppycur's New Torch System - Replaces torches with a new system Guppycur's OrcPack - Adds orcs - Incompatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's Other Creatures - Adds other weird creatures - Incompatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's Placeable Light System - Replaces lights with a new system Guppycur's RadiationMod - Bit buggy for a18 (hopefully fixed in a19), but enables rad1 and rad2 zones along with armor modifiers allowing entry to those zones Guppycur's Rad Dampener - Adds an item to hold that will remove the radiation healing effect of nearby entities Guppycur's Rad Eyes - Replaces rad zombie glows with green eyes Guppycur's Rad Warning Signs - Adds "Danger: Radiation Zone" signs to wasteland Guppycur's Rage Zombies - Better than TFP's, these ragers won't quit! Better kill them quickly. Guppycur's Random ZombieGetterUpper - Randomizes the "get up" time for zombies, so that you're less sure if they're dead or not Guppycur's Riot Shield - Adds a riot shield item to hold Guppycur's Robot Dog - Adds a companion bot to follow you around and help you carry stuff Guppycur's Rotating Bridge - Adds a rotating bridge Guppycur's Shopping Cart - Adds a push-able shopping cart and a drive-able shopping go-kart Guppycur's Soldiers - Adds soldiers - Incompatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's StairwayToHell - Randomly replaces wooden stairs with versions that will break when walked on Guppycur's Trees - Adds more speedtree blocks to the game Guppycur's Vehicle Madness - DMT mod for a vehicle mod overhaul. Adds MANY vehicles and a new system for acquiring them Guppycur's Victorian Blocks - Adds Victorian era looking blocks Guppycur's Wanted Posters - Adds some wanted posters for yours truly Guppycur's ZombiePack - Adds more zombies - Incompatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's Zombie Doctors - Adds more zombies - Incompatible with Creature Pack Guppycur's Zombie Soldiers - Adds more zombies - Incompatible with Creature Pack
  9. ZQLxNavObjects ZQLxNavObjects is a Quality of Life modlet that disables the new on-screen sprite system introduced in A19. Intended for those that find such features immersion breaking and to gamey...or simply doesn't like it. For the record, I like it. It only removes the on-screen icons, the map and compass icons will still work as normal, so you will find that spear or that quest. Does not remove the treasure ring. DOWNLOAD
  10. NEWS I am currently working on version 2.0 of Undead Legacy for A18, it's currently being tested by my backers in early-access. Meanwhile consider checking out the A16.4 version if you haven't already to get a sence what to expect. TERMS OF USE Link to these Terms of use: https://community.7daystodie.com/topic/4085-overhaul-undead-legacy/?do=findComment&comment=54613 Terms: Mod Author - Subquake, the developer and author of Undead Legacy. Usage: You are allowed to use Undead Legacy with or without any kind of modifications to its source material. All modifications and/or derivative works of Undead Legacy are restricted to private use only if not stated otherwise with written consent from Mod Author. Your rights to use, reuse, distribute, duplicate, copy and modify Undead Legacy is limited to private use only if not stated otherwise with written consent from Mod Author. Mod Author is not responsible for any damage, that may be inflicted during an incorrect or correct installation of Undead Legacy. All artwork related files (any format of images or video files) for Undead Legacy posted, shared or distributed by Mod Author in any form (digital or physical) belong to Mod Author unless stated otherwise by Mod Author and duplicating/copying these files is limited to private use only unless stated otherwise by a written consent by Mod Author. If you have a written consent (digital or physical) from Mod Author to do one or more of the following: use, reuse, distribute, duplicate, copy or modify Undead Legacy outside of private use only, you are obligated to give appropriate credit to Mod Author, provide a link to the original source of Undead Legacy and these Terms of use, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the Mod Author endorses you or your use. MAIN FEATURES (FOR A16.4) Unique user interface inspired by post-apocalyptic fallout like games. 770+ new items/blocks: workstations, tools, consumables, weapons, ammo, parts, junk, armor etc. 47 Collectible perks (By finding rare magazines). 5 new workstations: Smithing Table, Ammunitions Table, Carpenters Bench, Engineering Table, Dye & Paint Table Crafting list replaced by a crafting grid (see screenshots below) Player crafted working ovens and wall ovens. Blacksmith perk with 12 levels, that unlocks most metal related recipes. Looting list rebalanced from top to bottom. The longer you will play and the higher your level will be, the less likely you'll find fresh food, because no one is making sure that the food stored in those fridges without electricity stay fresh. Food itself doesn't perish or rot once obtained. Rebalanced scrap values for many items and blocks. Most electrical items can be scraped into multiple components by Examining them. More challenging and improved crafting recipes. Stacks values changed for majority of items/blocks, more info here All Container slots rebalanced. Support for EAC - mod doesn't change core assets of the game. Support for both single player and dedicated servers. Increased backpack version available with 80 slot backpack! Increased minibike storage up to 80 slots from vanilla 15 slots! SCREENSHOTS (A16.4) DOWNLOAD FOR A16.4 & LINKS Official website - Official Undead Legacy website/wiki Bigger Backpack - Undead Legacy for A16.4 with 80 slot backpack (EasyAntiCheat must be turned off) Standard Backpack - Undead Legacy for A16.4 with 32 slot vanilla backpack (EasyAntiCheat Friendly) Install Guide - A quick guide how to manually install the mod. FEEDBACK & SUPPORT Thanks to all the wonderful people, that are current and former patrons as well as people, who contributed through PayPal or otherwise, I can't express enough how much I value your support, it means a lot to me! If you like the mod consider supporting its development through PayPal, becoming a patron on Patreon or at the very least leave a comment with your experiences here on the forums or on the mods Discord channel, thank you!
  11. Click here to download Latest release: 5/9/2020 Last tested with Alpha 18.4 b4 (Stable) Latest News: ComSenMod 5.0 is now available, with Alpha 18 compatibility and over 60 new changes! What Is ComSenMod? Common Sense for Loot and More ComSenMod makes hundreds of small changes, many of them to loot, to use what’s already in the game in a more common sense way. Everything is carefully apportioned so that intuition and logic apply, without needing prior knowledge of the game... People rarely keep their clothes in a desk, their canned food in a purse, or their trophies in a filing cabinet. You can fit more in a big storage box than in a small storage chest. The bigger the tree, the more wood it yields, and many trees contain bird nests. Machetes are appropriate for chopping wood. You can’t start a fire without a source of ignition. And so on. At the same time, quantities are still fine tuned for gameplay, iteratively based on many hours of gameplay. Many factors, including risk versus reward, rarity, tangible value, the progression curve over time, and utilization are taken into consideration. Zombies with Tailored Loot Zombie corpses can once again be looted directly for whatever low-level loot was on their person. They might have some lockpicks, vitamins, or a brass wristwatch for example. More lucratively, zombies drop more loot backpacks than in vanilla, and each type of zombie drops their own unique type of backpack. If you want an axe or a chainsaw, you can selectively target a lumberjack zombie and hope he drops a backpack with one. Satisfying Portions Finding a couple of nails is nearly useless; it clutters your inventory more than anything. So although ComSenMod doesn’t aim to increase loot overall, if you do find something, it will generally be enough to potentially change the narrative of your game. Similarly, players get a bonus for destroying a tree or boulder completely, instead of leaving it partially damaged. Improved Day 1 Experience The starter quest is re-ordered based on increasing complexity and a player’s real priorities. It’s enhanced via (English) localization text changes and more to be easier to follow, while teaching more about game functions and the interface. It also adds safeguards against some ‘cheap’ Day 1 dangers, while adding authenticity to early game survival. ComSenMod isn’t aimed at making the game easier or harder. It’s not meant to take the game in a wildly new direction with changes that are experimental or frivolous. My hope is that ComSenMod can appeal broadly, to improve the game for all kinds of players and play styles. What’s New In ComSenMod 5.0? First and foremost, ComSenMod 5.0 brings compatibility with Alpha 18. It ports over the changes that still make sense from ComSenMod 4.0, and it adds over 60 new changes in keeping with the mod’s continuing spirit. I’ve gone over the full change list with a fine tooth comb to double check that everything listed is actually implemented and working. New in ComSenMod 5, things like weapons and mods are distributed comprehensively among zombie backpacks, so that no character builds are favored over others. For instance, zombie cops can carry all types of pistol weapons in their backpacks, following the same tiered progression used elsewhere in the game. Experience points for killing all animal types are re-balanced so that the total reward (including harvestable materials) more closely matches the risk/effort required to kill them. Item icons are re-made to Alpha 18’s new, higher resolution standard. There are a few brand new or newly enhanced icons, including an easter egg based on current events which I’ll let you find and hopefully enjoy. Installation Automatic Installation (recommended for Windows users) A. Download sphereii’s Mod Launcher app (http://7d2dmodlauncher.org/). B. Find ComSenMod in the list of mods and download & install ComSenMod directly from within the app. Manual Installation (recommended for other users) A. Move the Mods->ComSenMod folder from this download into your 7DtD installation’s Mods folder. B. Replace your 7DtD installation’s Data->Config->Localization.txt file with the Data->Config->Localization.txt file from this download. That’s it! ComSenMod & Other Mods Because it uses standard xpath syntax, ComSenMod should generally be compatible with other mods. If anything, there may be conflicts in loot.xml or Localization.txt. Multiplayer For multiplayer games, every player should install ComSenMod on their own machine, in addition to the server operator. Like with other mods, some data (like item icons) aren’t pushed from the server to the clients, so clients without the mod installed will get confusing results. Known Issues Road debris sometimes floats above the ground, though it shouldn’t be any worse than the cinder blocks in vanilla Some modified items (cigar, hazmat clothes, pumpkin soup) may not show their new stats Hazmat zombies are supposed to resist catching fire, but this isn’t working Credits ComSenMod is solely developed by me, Crater Creator. My thanks go to the good and knowledgable people of Guppycur’s Discord, and to sphereii for his Mod Launcher. Source images for the item icons come from these sources. 7DtD’s own icons included in the game https://shop.lodgemfg.com/images/L8GP3_L.jpg https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1194136 https://www.pikrepo.com/faiiv/photo-of-gold-and-silver-colored-pad-lock-and-two-keys https://pixabay.com/images/id-1338433/ https://pxhere.com/en/photo/1533247 Feedback I love feedback! Please tell me what you think right here in this thread.
  12. Haidrgna

    Gnamod

    GNAMOD DOWNLOAD HERE 1. Basics 1.1 Introduction Gnamod has been developed since A14 by Haidr’Gna, hereafter referred to as mod-author. It all began as a set of tweaks for personal use and grew bigger during A15 into a full overhaul. The name is derived from the mod-author’s nickname and has no special meaning and is not an acronym for anything either. Gnamod grew from just one overhaul into a group of mods that all share the same base of alterations to the game. This mod is now referred to as Gnamod Core and is the foundation for nearly all Gnamod versions since A17. The only exception is UI, which is known as Gnamod CoreUI and forms the foundation for all UI modifications for Gnamod but is also available as a stand-alone release. Gnamod is aimed at any player that finds the vanilla game lacking and is seeking more of a challenge in all aspects of the game. It brings back the survival aspect and offers a slower pacing than the vanilla game. The aim is a challenging but also fair gameplay experience where you will have to fight and be smart to earn your place in the world. The zombies are far more relentless, looting a lot more challenging and the world is more interesting. Gnamod is a complete overhaul of the game, which means every aspect of it is altered in some way or will be in future versions of the mod. Gnamod is also continually being worked on and new content is being added. Since A17 introduced xpath there no longer is a need to redo work when a new alpha is released. This means Gnamod will continue to grow along with the game. DOWNLOAD HERE 1.2. Manual Installation A. Navigate to the game's base folder: (~\Steam\steamapps\common\7 Days to Die). B. Extract the contents of the zip file(s) directly into the game’s base folder. C. Make sure the entire contents of each zip you install goes into the base folder. D. Start the game, if you done it correctly a you will see the Gnamod logo in the main menu. 1.3. ModLauncher Installation. A. Download the ModLauncher from sphereii at: https://7daystodie.com/forums/showth...-7-Days-to-Die B. Install the ModLauncher following the instructions. C. Find the tab for Gnamod, open it, select a version and use Install Game Copy. D. Use Pre-Sync to download the mod and then Play Mod to start. 2. License and Use 2.1 Terms of Use This section applies to all mods released by the mod-author under the name of Gnamod. Any such mod will always start its name with Gnamod, such as Gnamod Core, Gnamod Horde Mode etc. Assets found in the Gnamod.unity3d contain the work of The Fun Pimps, myself, work from other authors listed under Included Work and used Unity packages, therefore it is NOT allowed to re-use this in any way without permission from the mod-author and/or the original author(s) of the content. Gnamod is free to play by whoever owns 7 Days to Die. This includes running it on a private or rented server and hosting a game for friends. Users of Gnamod are also free to tailor their experience to their needs by altering the XML files. When hosting a server or game with such altered contents, it is required to notify users that an altered version of Gnamod is being used. Users are free to borrow ideas that are unique to Gnamod in their own locally used mods or hosted games for friends. When using ideas unique to Gnamod in a mod that will be released to the public you are required to ask for permission from the mod-author. It is good practice to credit the mod-author and reference Gnamod in the mod’s documentation and advertisement in this case. Users are NOT allowed to take the code from this mod to add to another mod in any way without asking the mod-author explicit permission for it. This applies for taking (parts of) the code, XML or assets as well as altered versions of these. Gnamod is intended to use as is and not to be broken down or redistributed in altered form. This includes adding any part of Gnamod into any kind of overhaul mod or mod collection pack. Due to the nature of Gnamod, the Core mod will likely not be compatible with any kind of modlet and the CoreUI mod will likely not be compatible with any modlet that alters the UI in any way. It is up to modlet authors to facilitate compatibility with Gnamod if they so incline. Bugs and issues that occur because of the use of other mods will not be resolved by the mod-author. It is of course allowed to design modlets that enhance Gnamod. Such modlets should be named in such a way they always load after the Gnamod Core mod. The Fun Pimps are ultimately the true owners of this mod as it only works with their game and is only possible because they support the modding community of their game. 3. Mod Overview 3.1. Mod Structure Gnamod is build around two Core mods, Gnamod Core and Gnamod CoreUI. Core is the main mod that houses nearly all changes required to overhaul the vanilla game. CoreUI is the same for all the UI changes required for Gnamod. By this design the other versions are just modlets designed to specifically alter or activate certain stuff within Gnamod and thus are dependent on the Core mod to function. Want more Gnamod, find other players or know what is cooking: Join the Discord Channel! DOWNLOAD OLDER VERSIONS
  13. Laz Man

    Laz Man's Modlets

    Hello Survivors, This thread will be used to organize all of my officially released modlets. Follow this thread for updates! LazMan's Expanded Quest Mod Summary: Adds additional quests to the game Contract: Eliminate Horde Quest: Blood Moon Vanguard Contract: Build Trader Outpost Detailed Information: Here Download Link: Here Author/Credits: LazMan, Roland, Haidr'gna Current Version: 1.2 Last Modified: 06/06/2020 (A18.4) LazMan's Storage Container Mod Summary: Adds lockable ammo/weapon/food/medical pile containers for players to choose from the shape selector menu for the existing Storage Crate / Furniture block. Detailed Information: Here Download Link: Here Author/Credits: LazMan Current Version:1.2 Last Modified: 06/02/2020 (A18.4) LazMan's Tablesaw Mod Summary: Adds additional wooden crafts to the tablesaw. Detailed Information: Here Download Link: Here Author/Credits: LazMan Current Version: 1.1 Last Modified: 04/11/2020 (A18.4) LazMan's Expanded Trader Mod Summary: Adds 5 additional decoration blocks for sale at the Trader. Detailed Information: Here Download Link: Here Author/Credits: LazMan Current Version: 1.0 Last Modified: 03/08/2020 (A18.4) LazMan's Auto Trigger Mod Summary: Increase's Rounds Per Minute by 75% Detailed Information: Here Download Link: Here Author/Credits: LazMan Current Version: 1.0 Current Version: 01/23/2020 (A18.2)
  14. Modlet Collection made in germany by Eihwaz´n´Friendz. Do you speak German? Then join our Discord! Credits to everyone who help me/us in "Guppys Unofficial Modding Discord". GitLab/Downloads (All Modlets are available via ModLauncher)
  15. hello when I want to use my item I get this error xml:
  16. Roland

    0XP RolMod A18

    UPDATED May 14 2020 See #11 Below! 1) Zero Experience For Actions Actions in the game are now only valuable for helping you survive and accomplish your goals. There are no xp bonuses attached to individual actions that make killing zombies more valuable than farming or mining or scavenging or building. Zombies are now an obstacle to your objectives instead of a source of xp income tempting you hunt them down and kill them. Use stealth to avoid or weapons to destroy and as long as you survive the day you will get rewarded either way. 2) Daily Skillpoint For Surviving Gain skill points simply for surviving according to the following schedule: After your first and second days of survival, you will gain one skill point each day. On your third and fourth days of survival, you will earn two skill points each day. After your fifth day of survival and thereafter you will earn 3 skill points per day. If you die your penalty will be having to start over with earning 1 then 2 and then 3 skill points AND the timer begins fresh from when you respawn so it will take 5 full days of no deaths to regain the highest level of skill point generation. Costs of attribute and perk progression have been increased to compensate for the increase in skill point gains. Attribute costs for levels 2-10 are: 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Perk costs for levels 1-5 are: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 3) Training In Return For Jobs Beginning with Tier 3 and Tier 4 quests you will be rewarded 1 skill point in addition to the other quest rewards. Tier 5 quests will reward you with 2 skill points. This puts an incentive on doing quests in order to progress. Skillpoints are not earned for the tutorial quests nor for Tier 1 and 2 quests. 4) Gamestages Based on Time Instead of Actions Gamestages will now progress daily instead of as a result of player actions gaining XP. Each game day that the player does not suffer a death they will automatically level up which will, in turn, advance the gamestage. The gamestages multipliers have been modified to help compensate for this slower pace of gamestage advancement as follows: Scavenger: 1.5 Adventurer: 1.8 Nomad: 2.2 Warrior: 2.6 Survivalist: 3.0 Insane: 3.5 These are higher rates than vanilla but leveling up now happens once a day at a regular pace which is slower than most players of the vanilla game. Please note that the ONLY function leveling up has is to advance gamestages. Gaining skill points for player progression advancement is completely separate from player level now and there are no experience points in the game at all. 5) Improved Death Ambiguity Because there is no XP there is no XP popout which means no giveaway clue that a zombie died with that last hit. But I took it several steps further by removing death animations from all zombies, replacing the death sound from all zombies with their stun sound, and increasing the range of time they will utilize to recover from a stun. So now when they die it looks and sounds exactly like it does when they are stunned. The only remaining clue is that big yellow bag that sometimes appears.... 6) Increased Zombie Loot Drops Since there is no longer xp for killing zombies I increased the loot drop across the board to 8%. 7) Trader Finder Quests All of the treasure map quests will now chain into the White River Settlement Quest from the beginning of the game giving the player a chance to find a new trader. The quest finds the nearest trader to your location which might be a trader you already know but if you are lucky you may get a new trader's location after digging up that treasure chest. How exciting!!! 😎 Brutal Start The Newbie protection buff has been removed. There is zero protection from the elements from the get go. 9) Get off your Brass Added a random 0-3 scrap brass drop to destroyed stone. Need brass? Find the ruins of the old world and start digging through it all for that precious metal. This modlet is completely standalone so can be used alone or deleted without causing any issues. 10) Trolland's Moar Zombies Added more zombies to biome spawns as well as larger wandering hordes. Greatly increased nighttime spawns to simulate the lunar influence waking up and causing more zombies to be active. Values are very easy to change if you want to lower or increase the numbers. If you prefer vanilla numbers simply delete this modlet from your mods folder. 11) Laz Man's Horde Night Vanguard Quest NEW You now earn a bonus skillpoint for every 100 bloodmoon zombies you kill. You have to directly kill them and it is only bloodmoon zombies that count. In the beginning it might take 2-3 hordenights to fulfill the bounty but later you might earn 3 skillpoints from one hordenight! The quest is automatically started after the tutorial quest and renews itself every time it is fulfilled. Thanks and Credits Thanks to @Guppycur, @StompyNZ, @sphereii, @Laz Man, and all others who have helped me and continue to help me. Guppycur and Sphereii are responsible for the SDX script and dual timer that makes the daily skill point possible. Sphereii also came up with the script to make this mod truly zero xp. Laz Man came up with the genius workaround for creating a quest that only works during the bloodmoon. Several others gave me pointers and ran through xpath lines of code with me to help me see what I was missing. Obviously my improved Ambiguous Death mod was inspired by Guppy's own random zombie get back up mod. Special thanks goes to @Royal Deluxe who provided me with a simple morning quest in the early development of this idea so I could try it out and see if it was worth pursuing. And @rewtgr....thanks for keeping me sane when nothing I tried would remove the damn level gates on the last night when I was trying to get this pushed out. Thanks to @jrbarrio for allowing me to use his work for more outdoor zombies roaming the world. Thanks to @Red Eagle LXIX for allowing me to use his work to remove the XP bar from the HUD. If you feel I should have given you credit in any of this work please let me know. I don't mean to slight anyone and want to make sure to give full credit where it is due. Please feel free to use any part of this compilation for your own projects. I tried to keep things clear so parts could be easily separated out but feel free to ask me if you want to know where the stuff is that does the thing.
  17. Sirillion

    SMXui - [A18]

    // Greetings, fellow survivors! Welcome to the brand new SMXui modlet for 7 Days to Die - Alpha 18. This modlet will try to move the SMX art style from the menu and the hud over to the rest of the user interface. It has been a lot of work so far, and there is still a lot of work that needs to be done as it is far from finished. Still I consider it good enough for a first release version and I will continue to add new modded windows to it over the coming months. I do expect there to be some bugs, see the known issues section for information. And if you find some bugs yourself please let me know in a post below or on NexusMods. I would appreciate if no bug reports is sent via PM. See the changelog below for detailed information of what has been modified in this version. // Terms of Use You are allowed to use this modlet as is for your own personal use and/or distribute said modlet bundled with something of your own creation as long as all the files of this modlet remain unaltered and you do not claim credit for creating the modlet itself or any of the files provided with it. You are welcome, but not required, to inform the developer of this modlet should you wish to bundle and re-distribute said modlet as described above. You are not allowed to use any of the assets bundled with this modlet in other projects where said modlet is not included and credited. This restriction applies to all files that this modlet consist of. You are required to inform and ask permission from the developer of this modlet should you wish to make changes to any files provided with the intention to bundle and/or distribute. Should permission be granted you are required to make the changes as a new modlet that injects into the modlet in question and keeping load order in mind. The original modlet shall be distributed as is with no change to its files whatsoever. // SMXui // SMXui is an extension of SMXhud and SMXmenu and will bring the art style over to the rest of the user interface. I've tried to maintain as close a relation to the vanilla interface as possible but I have also granted myself some artistic freedom when it comes to some areas. It comes with stash buttons in the inventory out of the box and I've also added an option 63 slot big bag conversion modlet for use with SMXui for those that want a bit bigger bags. // Known Issues Loot Window: The loot window does not look like the others, this is due to it being hard coded. // Install and remove Download the modlet from one of the locations below. Decompress the modlet using WinRAR or a compatible archiver. Copy or move the Mods folder into your 7 Days to Die installation folder. Verify the install by checking that the ModInfo.xml file is located in this hierarchy: "\Mods\SMXui\ModInfo.xml" Remove by deleting the SMXui folder inside the Mods folder. // The Downloads SMXui can be downloaded from three sources. NexusMods, which is my main distribution platform. Everything I distribute launch here first. Github, which is my mirror of choice for those that cannot or will not use NexusMods. SphereII's Mod Launcher, an easy to use mod and modlet installer for 7 Days to Die. // NexusMods // Github // SphereII's Mod Launcher // The Optionals SMXuiBBM can be downloaded from the links below, or by using the Mod Launcher. // NexusMods // Github // Compatibility Patches ZMXuiWar3zukCP is a compatibility patch that enables compatibility between SMXui and War3zuk Alpha18 AIO. It can be downloaded from the links below, or by using the Mod Launcher. // NexusMods // Github ZMXuiMeanCloudCP is a compatibility patch that enables compatibility between SMXui and MeanCloud's Mining Modlet. It can be downloaded from the links below, or by using the Mod Launcher. // NexusMods // Github // Support SMX Development All SMX branded mods and/or modlets will forever be free of charge and available for everyone to download and enjoy. I do however from time to time get questions from users on how to donate and support the SMX development. The purpose of this link is nothing more than a way for me to cater to those that want to make a donation. You should under no circumstance feel obligated to do so, but if you decide to do it I want you to know that is comes greatly appreciated. Donation or not I would like to extend a thank you to all that download and use the different SMX mods, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do making them. If you feel like making a donation to support the development of the SMX branded modifications, click the image below.
  18. does anyone know if it is possible to make the radiation zone slowly shrink like what is done with fortnite and other battle royale games? I think it would be a fun feature for servers to be able to do to force pvp.
  19. Sirillion

    SMXmenu - [A18]

    // Greetings, fellow survivors! Welcome to the new and improved SMXmenu modlet for 7 Days to Die - Alpha 18. This version has undergone a great deal of improvements in light of the many new features that Alpha 18 brought to the table. See the changelog below for detailed information. // Terms of Use You are allowed to use this modlet as is for your own personal use and/or distribute said modlet bundled with something of your own creation as long as all the files of this modlet remain unaltered and you do not claim credit for creating the modlet itself or any of the files provided with it. You are welcome, but not required, to inform the developer of this modlet should you wish to bundle and re-distribute said modlet as described above. You are not allowed to use any of the assets bundled with this modlet in other projects where said modlet is not included and credited. This restriction applies to all files that this modlet consist of. You are required to inform and ask permission from the developer of this modlet should you wish to make changes to any files provided with the intention to bundle and/or distribute. Should permission be granted you are required to make the changes as a new modlet that injects into the modlet in question and keeping load order in mind. The original modlet shall be distributed as is with no change to its files whatsoever. // SMXmenu // SMXmenu is a menu conversion modlet. It was made to extend the art style of SMX into the menu UI’s of the game and even though it was made to supplement SMXhud it will also work stand alone for those that just want to modify their menu UI's. // Main Menu // // Ingame Menu // // Video Options (example) // // Install and remove Download the modlet from one of the locations below. Decompress the modlet using WinRAR or a compatible archiver. Copy or move the Mods folder into your 7 Days to Die installation folder. Verify the install by checking that the ModInfo.xml file is located in this hierarchy: "\Mods\SMXmenu\ModInfo.xml" Remove by deleting the SMXmenu folder inside the Mods folder. // The Downloads SMXmenu can be downloaded from three sources. NexusMods, which is my main distribution platform. Everything I distribute launch here first. Github, which is my mirror of choice for those that cannot or will not use NexusMods. SphereII's Mod Launcher, an easy to use mod and modlet installer for 7 Days to Die. // NexusMods // Github // SphereII's Mod Launcher
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