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i play solo and im trying to find a way to make my bed roll have a larger deadzone, and wizards out there that can help :)

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IIRC it's in the serverconfig.xml. I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong but it isn't where I expected to find it (blocks. xml).

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Bedroll deadzone should be able to be adjusted in the settings. If you mean to make the settings larger then you will need to get into the xml file where the settings are.

This is in the windows.xml file in the XUi_Menu folder...

 

rect tab_key="xuiGameSettingsMultiplayer">

<grid pos="6,-40" rows="13" cell_width="525" cell_height="45" repeat_content="false" arrangement="vertical" >

<gameoption name="PlayerKillingMode" title="goPlayerKillingMode" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="" display_names="goPlayerKillingModeNoKilling,goPlayerKillingModeKillAlliesOnly,goPlayerKillingModeKillStrangersOnly,goPlayerKillingModeKillEveryone" value_localization_prefix="" />

<gameoption name="LandClaimSize" title="goLandClaimSize" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="21, 31, 41, 51, 71" display_names="" value_localization_prefix="goLandClaimSizeValue" />

<gameoption name="LandClaimDeadZone" title="goLandClaimDeadZone" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50" display_names="goLandClaimNoDeadzone" value_localization_prefix="goLandClaimDeadZoneValue" />

<gameoption name="LandClaimExpiryTime" title="goLandClaimExpiryTime" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 30, 60" display_names="" value_localization_prefix="goLandClaimExpiryTimeValue" />

<gameoption name="LandClaimDecayMode" title="goLandClaimDecayMode" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="" display_names="goLandClaimDecayModeSlow,goLandClaimDecayModeFast,goLandClaimDecayModeNone" value_localization_prefix="" />

<gameoption name="LandClaimOnlineDurabilityModifier" title="goLandClaimOnlineDurabilityModifier" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="0, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256" display_names="goInfinite" value_localization_prefix="goLandClaimOnlineDurabilityModifierValue" />

<gameoption name="LandClaimOfflineDurabilityModifier" title="goLandClaimOfflineDurabilityModifier" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="0, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256" display_names="goInfinite" value_localization_prefix="goLandClaimOfflineDurabilityModifierValue" />

<gameoption name="LandClaimOfflineDelay" title="goLandClaimOfflineDelay" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="0, 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 60" display_names="" value_localization_prefix="goMinute" />

<gameoption name="BedrollDeadZoneSize" title="goBedrollDeadZoneSize" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="0, 5, 15, 30, 60, 75, 90" display_names="goLandClaimNoDeadzone" value_localization_prefix="goLandClaimDeadZoneValue" />

<gameoption name="BedrollExpiryTime" title="goBedrollExpiryTime" value_wrap="false" value_type="int" values="3, 7, 15, 30, 45, 60" display_names="" value_localization_prefix="goLandClaimExpiryTimeValue" />

 

 

It goes up to 60 so for an example I added the , 75, 90 after the 60 and from what I know that should show up in your settings when you start a SP game.

As always I am hoping someone who knows more about it then I do will correct me if I made a mistake.

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