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Testing Globalsettings Changes

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by skullz613, Oct 26, 2014.

  1. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator
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    I have been playing around with settings and came across this bit in the config file.

    Code:
    <Errors>
       <LUA>
         <ConsiderUnknownActionScriptFunctionAsBuildError>0</ConsiderUnknownActionScriptFunctionAsBuildError>
         <ConsiderUnknownMoviePanelAsBuildError>0</ConsiderUnknownMoviePanelAsBuildError>
         <ConsiderRuntimeErrorAsBuildError>1</ConsiderRuntimeErrorAsBuildError>
         <ConsiderCompilSyntaxErrorAsBuildError>1</ConsiderCompilSyntaxErrorAsBuildError>
       </LUA>
    </Errors>
    Just for fun I changed the ConsiderRuntimeErrorAsBuildError to 0 and have not had a crash yet in my current city. I'm not sure if it's actually helping.
    Has anyone one looked at these settings before?
     
  2. Pamascus27

    Pamascus27 Mayor

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    Huh, never actually bothered to change other stuffs other than what was said by the author in
    the Globalsettings file. Hmm about yours though, I don't really want to touch that one yet until
    one tries it out and tells if its helping, but very interesting find I should say Skullz, someone
    should definitely check out what you have said! (y)
     
  3. skullz613

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    Meantime I'll keep using that setting in the same city and push it to the limit. I could try RHM2 in it as well but every time I use RHM2 in a city, the city eventually becomes unstable. Might try it out and make it a separate save so I can back track.
     

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