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TaylorBland
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Old August 6th, 2016, 07:52 PM
okay, so i am reworking a few things in the Authoring Kit just to play around and learn how to use Scrpts and i keep getting this message

Syntax error in 'Eval' scrpti for Component 'Defense' (Eval Script '#2') on line 6
-> Non-Existent things 'trDefense' used by script

i had reworked the Defense Trait into 2 other traits, Dodge and Parry, and now i can't find this one damned thing to fix.

Can someone point out which file it is under and where to find it so i can get it to work. thanks for any assistance
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Old August 7th, 2016, 11:20 AM
Okay, i found it and adjusted it and got a few other things reworked. but i do have another question. i lowered the starting CP values and i want to lower the cost of Attributes and Skills and i did it before but i lost that data and i don't remember how to do it. i will continue to look but advice is welcome. thanks
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Old August 7th, 2016, 11:38 AM
never mind again. i found it.

for now i have no more questions but i i do i will post them here.
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Old August 8th, 2016, 12:48 PM
ProTip: Use and editor that "Find in Files", so if you get an error for something, and you want to find which file it's in, select "Find in Files", enter the text you want to search, and point it to the proper folder.

I use UltraEdit, which is expensive now (I got it a long time ago when it wasn't so much, and I opted for a lifetime upgrades, which has turned out to be an amazing value for me over all these years). Despite the price today, I still give them a plug, because for nearly the last 20 years, they've not only honored their lifetime agreement for someone who paid a fraction of today's cost, but they've done so with no hassle, and in a friendly manner.

If you don't have deep pockets, a lot of other people use Notepad++, which is free (or at least has a free version). I've just given it a cursory look, but it looks perfectly functional for Hero Lab authoring.
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