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Bah, well that fixed the error I was getting but the item doesn't seem to add the increase at all..and it is most likely due to my inability to understand parts of the language...Not sure if I am supposed to be changing any of the script as written in the example...such as lines like 'var newstr as number' and etc. I did type out all the size and quadrUped info as directed, but some of those lines, I just don't understand. This is what I have so far...See any glaring problems? Besides what I probably didn't understand and left in when I shouldn't have? Heh.
doneif (field[gIsEquip].value = 0) var newstr as number var newmaxwt as number var newmedwt as number var newlitwt as number ~ If we have enhancement bonus 1 or higher, we don't stack, so stop now. doneif (hero.child[aSTR].field[BonEnhance].value >= 1) ~ Get our strength +1 newstr = hero.child[aSTR].field[aFinalVal].value + 1 ~ Generate our new max encumberance... if (newstr = 29) then newmaxwt = 1400 elseif (newstr = 28) then newmaxwt = 1200 elseif (newstr = 27) then newmaxwt = 1040 elseif (newstr = 26) then newmaxwt = 920 elseif (newstr = 25) then newmaxwt = 800 elseif (newstr = 24) then newmaxwt = 700 elseif (newstr = 23) then newmaxwt = 600 elseif (newstr = 22) then newmaxwt = 520 elseif (newstr = 21) then newmaxwt = 460 elseif (newstr = 20) then newmaxwt = 400 elseif (newstr = 19) then newmaxwt = 350 elseif (newstr = 18) then newmaxwt = 300 elseif (newstr = 17) then newmaxwt = 260 elseif (newstr = 16) then newmaxwt = 230 elseif (newstr = 15) then newmaxwt = 200 elseif (newstr = 14) then newmaxwt = 175 elseif (newstr = 13) then newmaxwt = 150 elseif (newstr = 12) then newmaxwt = 130 elseif (newstr = 11) then newmaxwt = 115 elseif (newstr = 10) then newmaxwt = 100 elseif (newstr = 9) then newmaxwt = 90 elseif (newstr = 8) then newmaxwt = 80 elseif (newstr = 7) then newmaxwt = 70 elseif (newstr = 6) then newmaxwt = 60 elseif (newstr = 5) then newmaxwt = 50 elseif (newstr = 4) then newmaxwt = 40 elseif (newstr = 3) then newmaxwt = 30 elseif (newstr = 2) then newmaxwt = 20 elseif (newstr = 1) then newmaxwt = 10 endif if (hero.tagis[Helper.Quadruped] <> 0) then if (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= 24 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= 12 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= 6 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 3 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 0) then newmaxwt *= 1.5 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 1 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= .75 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= .50 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= .25 endif if (hero.tagis[Helper.Quadruped] = 0) then if (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= 16 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= 8 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= 4 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 2 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 0) then newmaxwt *= 0 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= .75 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= .50 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= .25 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= .125 endif endif ~ Now that we have the max wt, we need to define out medium encumberance and light encumberance limits. Fortunately they are merely 2/3 and 1/3 of our max, rounded down to the nearest pound. newmedwt = round(newmaxwt *.66, 0, 1) newlitwt = round(newmaxwt *.33, 0, 1) ~ Now compare our values to the current encumberance values and adjust them up var diff as number diff = newmaxwt  herofield[tEncumHvy].value herofield[tEncumHvy].value += diff diff = newmedwt  herofield[tEncumMed].value herofield[tEncumMed].value += diff diff = newlitwt  herofield[tEncumLgt].value herofield[tEncumLgt].value += diff endif 
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You didn't note what phase & priority you are running this script at.
Also, there's a code button among the advanced reply options on this forum  it looks like a "#"  if you post something as code, that preserves the formatting, like indentations. Seeing the indentations you've used would be very helpful in tracking where your ifs and endifs match up. (You can edit existing posts) (I think there may be some misplaced if/endifs among the quadruped section, but I can't quite tell  the quadruped = 0 part may be within the quadruped <> 0 portion). 
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Hmm..Used the Code function in Advanced, but it looks the same to me...As far as Phase and Timing goes...that's a whole different issue...Blah...I think I had it set at Phase  Post Attributes, no specific timing,
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doneif (field[gIsEquip].value = 0) var newstr as number var newmaxwt as number var newmedwt as number var newlitwt as number ~ If we have enhancement bonus 1 or higher, we don't stack, so stop now. doneif (hero.child[aSTR].field[BonEnhance].value >= 1) ~ Get our strength +1 newstr = hero.child[aSTR].field[aFinalVal].value + 1 ~ Generate our new max encumberance... if (newstr = 29) then newmaxwt = 1400 elseif (newstr = 28) then newmaxwt = 1200 elseif (newstr = 27) then newmaxwt = 1040 elseif (newstr = 26) then newmaxwt = 920 elseif (newstr = 25) then newmaxwt = 800 elseif (newstr = 24) then newmaxwt = 700 elseif (newstr = 23) then newmaxwt = 600 elseif (newstr = 22) then newmaxwt = 520 elseif (newstr = 21) then newmaxwt = 460 elseif (newstr = 20) then newmaxwt = 400 elseif (newstr = 19) then newmaxwt = 350 elseif (newstr = 18) then newmaxwt = 300 elseif (newstr = 17) then newmaxwt = 260 elseif (newstr = 16) then newmaxwt = 230 elseif (newstr = 15) then newmaxwt = 200 elseif (newstr = 14) then newmaxwt = 175 elseif (newstr = 13) then newmaxwt = 150 elseif (newstr = 12) then newmaxwt = 130 elseif (newstr = 11) then newmaxwt = 115 elseif (newstr = 10) then newmaxwt = 100 elseif (newstr = 9) then newmaxwt = 90 elseif (newstr = 8) then newmaxwt = 80 elseif (newstr = 7) then newmaxwt = 70 elseif (newstr = 6) then newmaxwt = 60 elseif (newstr = 5) then newmaxwt = 50 elseif (newstr = 4) then newmaxwt = 40 elseif (newstr = 3) then newmaxwt = 30 elseif (newstr = 2) then newmaxwt = 20 elseif (newstr = 1) then newmaxwt = 10 endif if (hero.tagis[Helper.Quadruped] <> 0) then if (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= 24 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= 12 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= 6 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 3 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 0) then newmaxwt *= 1.5 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 1 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= .75 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= .50 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= .25 endif if (hero.tagis[Helper.Quadruped] = 0) then if (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= 16 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= 8 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= 4 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 2 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 0) then newmaxwt *= 0 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= .75 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= .50 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= .25 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= .125 endif endif ~ Now that we have the max wt, we need to define out medium encumberance and light encumberance limits. Fortunately they are merely 2/3 and 1/3 of our max, rounded down to the nearest pound. newmedwt = round(newmaxwt *.66, 0, 1) newlitwt = round(newmaxwt *.33, 0, 1) ~ Now compare our values to the current encumberance values and adjust them up var diff as number diff = newmaxwt  herofield[tEncumHvy].value herofield[tEncumHvy].value += diff diff = newmedwt  herofield[tEncumMed].value herofield[tEncumMed].value += diff diff = newlitwt  herofield[tEncumLgt].value herofield[tEncumLgt].value += diff endif Last edited by LordValerius; October 13th, 2011 at 05:58 PM. 
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A helpful thing when you have a lot of tests is to use indentations to make everything clearer.
if else elseif are not indented, but the things within them are indented some amount (we use 2 spaces for each indent for our own code in Hero Lab). So: Code:
if (hero.tagis[Helper.Quadruped] <> 0) then if (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= 24 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= 12 
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Looks like you need to be after PostAttributes/1000, and before PostAttributes/2000.
1950 looks like a good priority, then. 
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Yeah, that phase/priority looks like it should work, but it is not.
The variables being set return the correct value, but it looks like the value of the herofields are not able to be added to for some reason. Last edited by Lawful_g; October 13th, 2011 at 06:43 PM. 
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Alright, I finally discovered the problem, in the previous code medium non quadraped characters were multiplying their newmaxstr times 0, when they should have multiplied by 1. Also it looks like some lines in the table round up, and others round down. I changed it to round up here.
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doneif (field[gIsEquip].value = 0) var newstr as number var newmaxwt as number var newmedwt as number var newlitwt as number var diff as number ~ If we have enhancement bonus 1 or higher, we don't stack, so stop now. doneif (hero.child[aSTR].field[BonEnhance].value >= 1) ~ Get our strength +1 newstr = hero.child[aSTR].field[aFinalVal].value + 1 ~ Generate our new max encumberance... if (newstr = 29) then newmaxwt = 1400 elseif (newstr = 28) then newmaxwt = 1200 elseif (newstr = 27) then newmaxwt = 1040 elseif (newstr = 26) then newmaxwt = 920 elseif (newstr = 25) then newmaxwt = 800 elseif (newstr = 24) then newmaxwt = 700 elseif (newstr = 23) then newmaxwt = 600 elseif (newstr = 22) then newmaxwt = 520 elseif (newstr = 21) then newmaxwt = 460 elseif (newstr = 20) then newmaxwt = 400 elseif (newstr = 19) then newmaxwt = 350 elseif (newstr = 18) then newmaxwt = 300 elseif (newstr = 17) then newmaxwt = 260 elseif (newstr = 16) then newmaxwt = 230 elseif (newstr = 15) then newmaxwt = 200 elseif (newstr = 14) then newmaxwt = 175 elseif (newstr = 13) then newmaxwt = 150 elseif (newstr = 12) then newmaxwt = 130 elseif (newstr = 11) then newmaxwt = 115 elseif (newstr = 10) then newmaxwt = 100 elseif (newstr = 9) then newmaxwt = 90 elseif (newstr = 8) then newmaxwt = 80 elseif (newstr = 7) then newmaxwt = 70 elseif (newstr = 6) then newmaxwt = 60 elseif (newstr = 5) then newmaxwt = 50 elseif (newstr = 4) then newmaxwt = 40 elseif (newstr = 3) then newmaxwt = 30 elseif (newstr = 2) then newmaxwt = 20 elseif (newstr = 1) then newmaxwt = 10 endif if (hero.tagis[Helper.Quadruped] <> 0) then if (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= 24 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= 12 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= 6 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 3 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 0) then newmaxwt *= 1.5 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 1 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= .75 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= .50 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= .25 endif elseif (hero.tagis[Helper.Quadruped] = 0) then if (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= 16 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= 8 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= 4 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= 2 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 0) then newmaxwt *= 1 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 1) then newmaxwt *= .75 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 2) then newmaxwt *= .50 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 3) then newmaxwt *= .25 elseif (herofield[tSize].value >= 4) then newmaxwt *= .125 endif endif ~ Now that we have the max wt, we need to define out medium encumberance and light encumberance limits. Fortunately they are merely 2/3 and 1/3 of our max, rounded up to the nearest pound. newmedwt = round(newmaxwt *.66, 0, 1) newlitwt = round(newmaxwt *.33, 0, 1) ~ Now compare our values to the current encumberance values and adjust them up diff = newmaxwt  herofield[tEncumHvy].value herofield[tEncumHvy].value += diff diff = newmedwt  herofield[tEncumMed].value herofield[tEncumMed].value += diff diff = newlitwt  herofield[tEncumLgt].value herofield[tEncumLgt].value += diff 
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