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Altering ship specs with script editor.



Posted 6 years ago.
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deadjesta



Ahh! Cuckoo lol
Was wondering if it was that, but couldn't figure out what to do with the <RetVar/IF> ...as it wasn't mentioned, I thought I had the wrong thing! Dizzy

Can it be any variable? ~I'll just set it to "null" for now!

Thanks for that mate. Really appreciate your help.

:roguey Love

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Posted 6 years ago.
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deadjesta



Yeahman! Banana step dancing

Nice one. Beer

Got it all working... except the cargo bays! It won't add any extra cargo space. Never mind though! Big grin

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Posted 6 years ago.
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Roguey



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Please insert pizza!
ah, glad you got it working finally Smile

the cargo bay extension should work the same although, but may need a lot more of them. Since 1 upgrade, adds just 1 extra space.

Posted 6 years ago.
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deadjesta



the cargo bay extension should work the same although, but may need a lot more of them. Since 1 upgrade, adds just 1 extra space.
- Roguey


I was adding 20 at a time. There was no change at all.

Some items have to be added rather than installed. It's just trial and error to determine which.
Seemed to work on quite a "common sense" basis too!
Generally, if it's a permanent fixture like a ship component... "Install"! If it isn't, just "add" it and install from your cargo bay later if necessary.
~Didn't work with my cargo bays either way. Cry

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