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Hello, cheaters.
 - Nothing really new or unique, an simple panel that create list with pages for the droplist of Monster/Raidboss.
 - Simple addon : Player can choose to avoid specific item from the droplist.

 - Code not include part of "item.getIcon()" you can find many shared ways to get icon for each item.
 

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Good work Stinky this is very nice and clean!

 

Drop rate of bosses seem to change based on normal drop rate tho and not boss drop rate.

 

PS : Would love if there was quantity included but I still like it! Thank you!

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38 minutes ago, StinkyMadness said:

Quantity it’s 1 String everyone can add it I guess.

 

Also about raidboss you right, but not a big deal to fix it :P

Yup that's true.

Just wanted to let you know :dat:

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4 minutes ago, FrozenWarrior said:

Yup that's true.

Just wanted to let you know :dat:


Your update :P

-double chance = (drop.getItemId() == 57 ? drop.getChance() * Config.RATE_DROP_ADENA : drop.getChance() * Config.RATE_DROP_ITEMS) / 10000;
+double chance = (npc.isType("RaidBoss") || npc.isType("GrandBoss") ? drop.getChance() * Config.RATE_DROP_ITEMS_BY_RAID : drop.getItemId() == 57 ? drop.getChance() * Config.RATE_DROP_ADENA : drop.getChance() * Config.RATE_DROP_ITEMS) / 10000;


                

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+   public void ignored(Integer itemId)
+   {
+       if (_ignored.contains(itemId))
+           _ignored.remove(itemId);
+       else
+           _ignored.add(itemId);
+   }

 

Integer as parameter and why this? Is there some null check or so?

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11 hours ago, V-Ray said:

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Integer as parameter and why this? Is there some null check or so?

 

null check for what, how can be null when you select the item ID from existing list?
 

 

There are two way to remove an element from ArrayList.

1. By using remove() methods :
ArrayList provides two overloaded remove() method.
a. remove(int index) : Accept index of object to be removed.
b. remove(Obejct obj) : Accept object to be removed.

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11 hours ago, V-Ray said:

+   public void ignored(Integer itemId)
+   {
+       if (_ignored.contains(itemId))
+           _ignored.remove(itemId);
+       else
+           _ignored.add(itemId);
+   }

 

Integer as parameter and why this? Is there some null check or so?

 

Java remove(int) drops by the index, not the stored value. If you .remove(636) on a Java List, you delete the 636th element of your List, going IOOBE if your List hasn't enough elements. To delete the integer 636 stored into your list, you have to pass it as Integer object.

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+   public void ignored(Integer itemId)
+   {
+       if (_ignored.contains(itemId))
+           _ignored.remove(_ignored.indexOf(itemId));
+       else
+           _ignored.add(itemId);
+   }

Check this out.

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16 minutes ago, Rootware said:

Check this out.

 

+   public void ignored(int itemId)
+   {
+       if (_ignored.contains(itemId))
+           _ignored.remove(Integer.valueOf(itemId));
+       else
+           _ignored.add(itemId);
+   }

You mean :P as my sensei told me

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@StinkyMadness you don't understood one little thing. ArrayList in Java as Integer means index of array. You tries get index by itemId. Need get array index by object first and after remove the object by taken index.

 

If i'm not mistaken i sent you the same code in Skype. :smile: I don't see the better way.

 

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8520808/how-to-remove-specific-object-from-arraylist-in-java

 

public class Test
{
	private static List<Integer> _ignored = new ArrayList<>();
	
	public static void main(String[] args)
	{
		for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
			ignored(57);
	}
	
	public static void ignored(int itemId)
	{
		if (_ignored.contains(itemId))
			System.out.println("Try to remove " + _ignored.remove(_ignored.indexOf(itemId)));
		else
		{
			_ignored.add(itemId);
			System.out.println("Try to add " + itemId);
		}
	}
}

 

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11 minutes ago, Rootware said:

@StinkyMadness you don't understood one little thing. ArrayList in Java as Integer means index of array. You tries get index by itemId. Need get array index by object first and after remove the object by taken index.

 

If i'm not mistaken i sent you the same code in Skype. :smile: I don't see the better way.

 

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8520808/how-to-remove-specific-object-from-arraylist-in-java

 


public class Test
{
	private static List<Integer> _ignored = new ArrayList<>();
	
	public static void main(String[] args)
	{
		for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
			ignored(57);
	}
	
	public static void ignored(int itemId)
	{
		if (_ignored.contains(itemId))
			System.out.println("Try to remove " + _ignored.remove(_ignored.indexOf(itemId)));
		else
		{
			_ignored.add(itemId);
			System.out.println("Try to add " + itemId);
		}
	}
}

 

 

remove(Integer.valueOf( 

 

is normally more correct.

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