|Author||Script - Army sets|
I was checking this script, and there's one option called "castle"
under it's banner, I could automatically change my currently faction without have to do 1 billion of clicks, instead just one.
There's Knights, Necromancer, Wizard, Barbarian, Dark Elfs... Etc, however the elvens were described as "Farmers / Brutes / Recruits."
Can someone report this to the owner of the script, cause I don't speak russian. Or perhaps simply teach me how to edit names?
|I was trying to set numbers as letters, and letters to describe each faction.|
But I have absolutely no idea how to change i without make it stop working. lols.
|hmm which script you are talking about? i am using one which do not have any issue to set army or talent or art set. i guess you are talking about some other script...so what it is? |
|There's many versions of this script, also other scripts that does almost the same, made by different authors. Perhaps we might using a different one? |
I'm using this one:
Last Updated on - 18 May 2015:
The script works correctly, however on the castle menu, the elf faction is named as "Farmers / Brutes / Recruits," and not as elfs. It's just a small type problem.
I'm interested on learning how to make scripts as well... If someone can suggest me a place to start...
|The script works correctly, however on the castle menu, the elf faction is named as "Farmers / Brutes / Recruits," and not as elfs. It's just a small type problem. i am using same script but no problem for me. may be your browser issues..|
you can post screen shot here
|seems like your is latest version, i am using setmaster version 3.7 from below site, |
i can see last update is 16th may were as 18th may is your
|This version changes the castle feature for talents. :)|
Since the game already introduced the talents set, i prefer the castles for quickly switch.
I don't know if I should look forward to learn Java or it's Java script (both are different things, with different codes, made by different companies.) but as far as I know, neither one requires Greasemonkey to work... So I'm not 100% sure if it's Java or not, nor which one would be the best fitter.
Something that seems to an quick and easy fix, could simply not work without the codes, or without knowing what to do... Making the whole script stop working...
Dam. Once I've some time I'll start looking on Java.
|There will be plenty of books on this is most libraries or you could get online courses/tutorials from the big community sites like OpenSource or hotscripts.com.|
Be careful though as small mistakes can cause big problems. There is a good reason why only a small group of scripters are allowed in the rules.
Once learned you will find it a very useful skill in many non-LWM areas so good luck.