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Equipment slots and GUI


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In steps:

 

1. Install Photoshop

2. Open character.png from Client and Editor/resources/gui

3. Use rulers (atleast this is how i did it to line the boxes up nicely), enable pixels as measurement for the rulers, press F8 to bring out the info window (shows X,Y for mouse cursor). You can also drag from the X and Y rulers to bring out a line that lines up with layers for extra precision

4. Copy & Paste the equipment box from the character.png gui folder onto the character.png in photoshop, fill out the egdes with color of choice to make a 36x36 image to see where you want to place your icons

5. Paste the amount of boxes you want, i used 9.

6. Mouse over the top left pixel of the box and see the X,Y coordinates you need to input in the characterwindow.json

7. Input the X,Y coordinates in the bounds part, see below:

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      "EquipmentItem7": {
        "Bounds": "134,144,36,36", <--- X=134, 144=Y, determines location of icon box
        "Padding": "0,0,0,0",
        "AlignmentEdgeDistances": "0,0,0,0",
        "AlignmentTransform": "0,0",
        "Margin": "0,0,0,0",
        "RenderColor": "255,255,255,255",
        "Alignments": "",
        "DrawBackground": true,
        "MinimumSize": "1,1",
        "MaximumSize": "4096,4096",
        "Disabled": false,
        "Hidden": false,
        "RestrictToParent": false,
        "MouseInputEnabled": true,
        "HideToolTip": false,
        "ToolTipBackground": "tooltip.png",
        "ToolTipFont": "sourcesansproblack,10",
        "ToolTipTextColor": "255,255,255,255",
        "Texture": "equipmentitem.png",
        "HoverSound": null,
        "LeftMouseClickSound": null,
        "RightMouseClickSound": null,
        "Children": {
          "EquipmentIcon": {
            "Bounds": "2,2,32,32",
            "Padding": "0,0,0,0",
            "AlignmentEdgeDistances": "0,0,0,0",
            "AlignmentTransform": "0,0",
            "Margin": "0,0,0,0",
            "RenderColor": "255,255,255,255",
            "Alignments": "",
            "DrawBackground": true,
            "MinimumSize": "1,1",
            "MaximumSize": "4096,4096",
            "Disabled": false,
            "Hidden": false,
            "RestrictToParent": false,
            "MouseInputEnabled": false,
            "HideToolTip": false,
            "ToolTipBackground": null,
            "ToolTipFont": null,
            "ToolTipTextColor": "",
            "Texture": null,
            "HoverSound": null,
            "LeftMouseClickSound": null,
            "RightMouseClickSound": null
          }
        }
      },

7. Open characterwindow.json from resources/gui/layouts/game (you can use notepad++) and edit the bold part in the spoiler

8. Save and load client

 

Example images:

https://imgur.com/wmKfuvU

https://imgur.com/QYQPE1U

 

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You need to copy the entire  "EquipmentItem0" category  (ressources/ gui/layouts/ game/ CharacterWindow.json), paste it below the last, and replace the number (0 to your slot number), bounds, etc.

 

I can make you an exemple if you need, my english isn't really good enough to explain that.

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You'll have to go into your JSON files to add a visual slot.

Resources - Gui - Layouts - Game - CharacterWindow.json

 

There will be multiple lines called "EquipmentItemX" X being the slot that is 0 inclusive, so the first slot will be called "EquipmentItem0", copy one of those and change the number and the values in it to place it where you need it to be.

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2 hours ago, AisenArvalis said:

You'll have to go into your JSON files to add a visual slot.

Resources - Gui - Layouts - Game - CharacterWindow.json

 

There will be multiple lines called "EquipmentItemX" X being the slot that is 0 inclusive, so the first slot will be called "EquipmentItem0", copy one of those and change the number and the values in it to place it where you need it to be.

 

I assume it is bounds? Where do i find the values that determines the location?

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46 minutes ago, Zetasis said:

I haven’t really messed with adding a new item slot or anything like that but I did find this and thought maybe it would be of some help. Good luck!

 

https://www.ascensiongamedev.com/topic/4270-tutorial-move-or-add-new-equipment-slots-to-character-window/

 

I got the slots added but it is not creating a scroll wheel, so you can only see 5 slots, would it be better to add on height or can i add the scroll wheel easily enough?

 

 

 

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