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Warmist

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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #435 on: January 29, 2020, 06:22:54 am »

a thing that took me a long time to figure out was how, with workshops, the tile that you start building in will become the top-left tile of the workshop. but if that tile of that particular workshop is a move-blocking tile, you won't be able to finish building while you're standing on it (the job will keep suspending).  so if you start such a workshop using '5' (build at current location), you'll have to move to another tile once it suspends and continue building from there.  thinking about it now, i guess it can be trivially avoided if you just always build your workshops using '6', '3', or '2', so that you're definitely not standing on it...
I'm continuing the time honored tradition of DF UI complexity :D

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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #436 on: January 29, 2020, 05:06:02 pm »

a thing that took me a long time to figure out was how, with workshops, the tile that you start building in will become the top-left tile of the workshop. but if that tile of that particular workshop is a move-blocking tile, you won't be able to finish building while you're standing on it (the job will keep suspending).  so if you start such a workshop using '5' (build at current location), you'll have to move to another tile once it suspends and continue building from there.  thinking about it now, i guess it can be trivially avoided if you just always build your workshops using '6', '3', or '2', so that you're definitely not standing on it...
I'm continuing the time honored tradition of DF UI complexity :D
oh yeah the ability to look and do fort mode jobs with your mind sets up some fun interactions like the lumberjack Shotgun where if you stand far away from the trees and cut them down the logs will sling shot a great distance away from you.
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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #437 on: February 02, 2020, 06:56:32 pm »

How are you even running DFHack right now? It crashes the game if you try to use it on 47.01.
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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #438 on: February 02, 2020, 10:21:13 pm »

How are you even running DFHack right now? It crashes the game if you try to use it on 47.01.
I was reminiscing over advfort during 44.12,  Dfhack isn't even updated yet.
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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #439 on: October 16, 2021, 01:09:12 am »

Trying to use this, under Masterwork, comes default. But the key that DFHack says is setup for it, CTRL+T doesn't seem to do anything at all. Anyone know why that is? How I can get it working? Thanks.
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« Reply #440 on: October 16, 2021, 05:24:40 am »

Trying to use this, under Masterwork, comes default. But the key that DFHack says is setup for it, CTRL+T doesn't seem to do anything at all. Anyone know why that is? How I can get it working? Thanks.
well probably try inputting gui/advfort into the console command to see if your copy of masterwork even has advfort.... but like given it's Masterwork I don't know which version you're using the 31 patch or the 44.12 patch.

also advfort has a menu that shows up on the top left of the screen and if you play the game fullscreen you might miss it...
though I usually re-map advfort to alt-T so probably best to check if masterwork has that map correctly in the dfhack init file.
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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #441 on: October 16, 2021, 01:12:16 pm »

Trying to use this, under Masterwork, comes default. But the key that DFHack says is setup for it, CTRL+T doesn't seem to do anything at all. Anyone know why that is? How I can get it working? Thanks.
well probably try inputting gui/advfort into the console command to see if your copy of masterwork even has advfort.... but like given it's Masterwork I don't know which version you're using the 31 patch or the 44.12 patch.

also advfort has a menu that shows up on the top left of the screen and if you play the game fullscreen you might miss it...
though I usually re-map advfort to alt-T so probably best to check if masterwork has that map correctly in the dfhack init file.

I'm not sure how to remap it, it does appear to exist in the install of DFHack that came with Masterwork. But when I load it up in notepad++ I see a bunch of key definitions for regular functions but none are the "default" and none have labels that appear to my understanding to indicate the activation key. I assume I must be looking in the wrong place and that there must be something else intrinsic to DFHack that sets hotkeys for script activation.
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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #442 on: October 17, 2021, 01:21:40 pm »

Trying to use this, under Masterwork, comes default. But the key that DFHack says is setup for it, CTRL+T doesn't seem to do anything at all. Anyone know why that is? How I can get it working? Thanks.
well probably try inputting gui/advfort into the console command to see if your copy of masterwork even has advfort.... but like given it's Masterwork I don't know which version you're using the 31 patch or the 44.12 patch.

also advfort has a menu that shows up on the top left of the screen and if you play the game fullscreen you might miss it...
though I usually re-map advfort to alt-T so probably best to check if masterwork has that map correctly in the dfhack init file.

I'm not sure how to remap it, it does appear to exist in the install of DFHack that came with Masterwork. But when I load it up in notepad++ I see a bunch of key definitions for regular functions but none are the "default" and none have labels that appear to my understanding to indicate the activation key. I assume I must be looking in the wrong place and that there must be something else intrinsic to DFHack that sets hotkeys for script activation.
so given this is masterwork which heavily modifies dwarf fortress and dfhack, I guess the 'default' dfhack key bindings would be different.

so far on remapping the keybindings

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keybinding add Ctrl-T@dungeonmode gui/advforthere's the line of code for vanilla dfhack's keybinding in the dfhack init file if what your saying is true and you couldn't find this line of code anywhere in the dfhack init file then masterwork probably modified the init file to take this out or it's an modified old init file that was used back when dfhack didn't have advfort and I wonder if the 44.12 port use the old masterwork dfhack init file on top of an 44.12 copy of dfhack.
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Re: Adventurer Fort: still useful i guess
« Reply #443 on: October 17, 2021, 06:29:43 pm »



so far on remapping the keybindings

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keybinding add Ctrl-T@dungeonmode gui/advforthere's the line of code for vanilla dfhack's keybinding in the dfhack init file if what your saying is true and you couldn't find this line of code anywhere in the dfhack init file then masterwork probably modified the init file to take this out or it's an modified old init file that was used back when dfhack didn't have advfort and I wonder if the 44.12 port use the old masterwork dfhack init file on top of an 44.12 copy of dfhack.

Ah that must be the meat of it, I'll have to check and see if anything else is using the keybind and if not try it and see if it works, thanks!
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Re: Adventurer fort reborn!
« Reply #444 on: June 08, 2022, 04:26:50 am »

Most of the workshops don't work for me, frankly I'm only interested in getting gems and then refinining them, thankfully the jewellers shop does work, but then after sometime it didn't craft anything, it just yanked the gems that I tried to cut and put it in the area where normally itd have to be cut, and if I try more and more times the "timer" just increases number but doesn't count down. What's happening?
lucky it destroyed the stuff I was trying to encrust gems in


Sorry for thread necromancy - not sure if this is still being maintained.

I’ve only recently started mucking around with advfort and I think I’m still getting this bug.

A human adventurer visited a dwarf fort and made a steel short sword at a magma forge. Using “stud with gold” on the item made it disappear. Is there a fox for this?

Also, I was not able to craft weapons belonging to my human civ, only the dwarf ones. I.e. no halberds or two handed swords. Is this linked to the civ who owns the forge rather than the operator?
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Re: Adventurer fort reborn!
« Reply #445 on: June 08, 2022, 06:12:23 am »

Most of the workshops don't work for me, frankly I'm only interested in getting gems and then refinining them, thankfully the jewellers shop does work, but then after sometime it didn't craft anything, it just yanked the gems that I tried to cut and put it in the area where normally itd have to be cut, and if I try more and more times the "timer" just increases number but doesn't count down. What's happening?
lucky it destroyed the stuff I was trying to encrust gems in


Sorry for thread necromancy - not sure if this is still being maintained.

I’ve only recently started mucking around with advfort and I think I’m still getting this bug.

A human adventurer visited a dwarf fort and made a steel short sword at a magma forge. Using “stud with gold” on the item made it disappear. Is there a fox for this?

Also, I was not able to craft weapons belonging to my human civ, only the dwarf ones. I.e. no halberds or two handed swords. Is this linked to the civ who owns the forge rather than the operator?

the fix/workaround for that would be using a custom adv reaction to engrave stuff...
in my time of messing around with this script I felt like using adv reactions helps get around some of the goof ups.
it doesn't help I'm currently screwing around with on the fly switching between fort mode and adventure mode so the being unable to harvest plants ends up being 'oh I just switch to fort mode for a bit and designate the surface and get the adventurer to do fort mode jobs there... in fort mode.'
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