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Last Updated: May 06, 2009, 01:32:04 pm
First Created: May 05, 2009, 09:30:11 pm
File version: 1.0
For M&B version: 1.010/1.011
Downloads: 1,872 Size: 11.61 MB
Views: 5,458 Type: RAR
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Mini-mod that allows easier placement of troops. A player can simply hold down a button to bring up a placement arrow, look at a point on the battlefield, and release the button and their troops will move toward that location. Very simple and intuitive. Does not override any of the default commands.

Default button to bring up the command arrow is 'h'. Source included.

Youtube video demo:

  • Single-keypress troop placement cursor
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 Re: Command Cursor minimod  » posted by kaeldragor on May 06, 2009, 08:11:14 am
I'd like to try this with modules other than native. But you mini-mod contains a full scene object folder and the full run of .txt files, which would over-write many other mods' features, breaking them in some cases.

I assume I can just use your resource brf file and make a reference to it in the module.ini, but I'm sure I'm missing some other steps so that "h" will activate the cursor, etc.

Can we get instructions on how to integrate your features using the bare-minimum of files / changes?

(A mod-maker wouldn't have these troubles, since you included the source, but who knows when or if they'll start integrating it. At it sounds cool, so I wanted to try it in something other than native.)
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 Re: Command Cursor minimod  » posted by Weef Bellington on May 06, 2009, 11:26:42 am
There are detailed instructions on the page in the Taleworlds forums on how to integrate this mod with other mods. As long as you have the other mods' source files, combining them is just a matter of copying and pasting a few lines of code and then clicking build_module.bat. If you don't have the source files for the other mod, I'm afraid you're out of luck - you'll have to ask the mod-maker to add it himself.
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 Command Cursor minimod (v 1.0)  » posted by hilton_413 on Sep 28, 2010, 05:11:39 am
And really there to alter this mod for Warband 1.131
comment last edited by hilton_413 on Sep 28, 2010, 05:12:06 am

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