hi trigger_happy i had a question about your Thread: MapGuard - Map Protection
i had a worldedit error pop up when i try to load my map in the wc3editor after unlocking it
"this application has encountered a critical error: Not enough storage space available to process this command.
program: c:\program files\warcraft iii\worldedit.exe
Object: [email protected]@" not sure if you can help me, but if you can thanks . also this was a wc3 roc map not a tft so im not sure if that makes a diff.
recently got to play your final fantasy map for warcraft again. it is a great map, but i have never gotten too far - the loading codes always messed with me. hope the latest version will work on this
anyway, i have a few questions, if you do not mind:
1 - what is the level you must reach to master a job? how do i know i already mastered a job?
2 - what happens, if you lose the job level item (i.e. thief lvl 1, giving the steal ability)? can you retrieve it somehow, or is it permanently missable?
3 - is there a difference if i play the game on battle net or local area network? would it corrupt my save code if i tried to load a character i have leveled on battle net before?
4 - your competition map, the final fantasy epic rpg (the one with the ff tactics features - chemist, squire, etc) is also among my favourites, but i can not find a playable version these days. do you happen to have a contact/link for me?
Hmm, about the Headline News, I noticed threads are being moved into the subforum (Health News, Environmental News, etc.). When that happens, the TH Forum Home page loses the articles, and instead would show old articles posted 1 or 2 weeks ago.
Question: Is there a way to remove thread redirects? It creates a copy of the moved thread and takes up space, and I am leaning towards wanting to remove them in the Headline News. But if they have an expiration date, I guess I'm fine with it.
if a redirect ends up in the same forum as the post it goes to though I think the redirect drops or fails or something but they are not bugged out and when you are working on an indirect the original post is safe.