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Developer Created Tutorials / Re: Simple ability tooltip window
« on: Jun 05, 12, 08:31:38 PM »
I am having troubles with the script as well.   I made it a few times...once with my own engine code M_AbilityTooltipClassMethods,  and the second time I followed the tutorial to the letter.

Both times The tooltip will appear on screen and disappear appropriately,  however the text is not showing up.  Here is the error I receive in the console.

21:29:31: System:SCRIPT[E_AbilityBarClassMethods]:Ability1: Weapon Strike
21:29:31: !ERROR!HeroScript::HeroMachine::ScriptError:GOM::getVariableReferenceFromNode (10757): requested node ID (0) not found
21:29:31: !ERROR!System:SCRIPT ERROR: GOM::getVariableReferenceFromNode (10757): requested node ID (0) not found
06/05/2012 21:29:26
Call trace:
  Script My_AbilityTooltipClassMethods line 3 me[id=1000003259 class=MY_AbilityTooltip]
  Script E_AbilityBarClassMethods line 131 me[1000001251]
starting method/function ONMOUSEENTER
starting me[id=1000001251 class=E_AbilityBar]

Here is my E_AbilityBarClassMethods

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method onMouseEnter(args references Class GUIMouseEvent)
  target as NodeRef of Class GUIControl = args.source
  abilityTooltip as NodeRef of Class MY_AbilityTooltip = CreateNodeFromPrototype("MY_AbilityTooltip")
  abilityTooltip.name = "MY_AbilityTooltip" 
  abilityTooltip.build = true
  when target.name
    is "Ability1"
      println("Ability1: Weapon Strike")
    is "Ability2"
      println("Ability2: Fireball")
    is "Ability3"
      println("Ability3: Heal Damage")

and here is the MY_AbilityTooltipClassMethods

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method setAbilityName(name as String)
  an as NodeRef of Class GUILabel = FindGUIControlByName(me, "MY_AbilityTooltip.tooltipWindow.background.abilityName")
  an.text = name

method setElement(element as String)
  ae as NodeRef of Class GUILabel = FindGUIControlByName(me, "MY_AbilityTooltip.tooltipWindow.background.abilityElement")
  ae.text = "Element: " + element

method setMinDamage(mindmg as String)
  amd as NodeRef of Class GUILabel = FindGUIControlByName(me, "MY_AbilityTooltip.tooltipWindow.background.abilityMinDamage")
  amd.text = "Min Damage: " + mindmg

method setMaxDamage(maxdmg as String)
  amd as NodeRef of Class GUILabel = FindGUIControlByName(me, "MY_AbilityTooltip.tooltipWindow.background.abilityMaxDamage")
  amd.text = "Max Damage: " + maxdmg

method setCooldown(cooldown as String)
  ac as NodeRef of Class GUILabel = FindGUIControlByName(me, "tooltipWindow.background.abilityCooldown")
  ac.text = "Cooldown: " + cooldown + " seconds"

method setRange(range as String)
  ar as NodeRef of Class GUILabel = FindGUIControlByName(me, "MY_AbilityTooltip.tooltipWindow.background.abilityRange")
  ar.text = "Range: " + range + " meters"

method setTargetType(targettype as String)
  att as NodeRef of Class GUILabel = FindGUIControlByName(me, "MY_AbilityTooltip.tooltipWindow.background.abilityTarget")
  att.text = "Target type: " + targettype

I am sure there is something I am overlooking.  Any thoughts?


Developer Created Tutorials / Re: Simple mana system
« on: Jun 04, 12, 09:51:52 AM »
Great Tutorial. 

I was able to setup this up fairly easily.

Keep up the good work.

Developer Introductions / Re: Hello from bobzub :)
« on: May 25, 12, 12:31:43 PM »
Hey guys,

We do not have a name for the company or the MMO,  but the Project is code named Magellan.

Bobzub and I are frustrated with the current AAA MMO titles that are hitting the market since most are trying to copy the WOW format with a few twists.  reading the various projects on the forums many gamers are in the same boat.

We are working on a PVP based sandbox game.  We have a general sense of what we are looking to do and are curently taking the time to learn how HE works. 

Most MMO's fail to launch and out of those that do, very few are successful.  I look forward to getting the know to the community and hope that we can grow and learn together.

Talk to you soon.


Developer Hero Projects / Re: Star Wars: The Old Republic
« on: May 22, 12, 11:27:13 AM »
As this game itself was not my particular cup of tea, this is definitely inspiring for everyone who is currently working on HE and the possibilities.

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