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[HELP]Custom Death Statistic


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Some serverpacks from here have this or something like that whit command .stats ... try to see on a pack who is shared here whit source code.

 

correct. search for dodie methode on pcinstance, there are several ways to complete it.

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On death get object of player that killed you (L2PcInstance) and from this object.. for example:

 

L2PcInstance killer;

killer.getName();

killer.getMaxHp();

 

And now include those in html window.

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Look, for of all you should at least show us what have you tried already.

 

Its request dev HELP, not request ready CODE .. :)

 

Show us a little personal effort to do it.

 

Most simple way if you really don't know how to start (instead of asking for ready code)

 

- check dev share section (codes)

 

- find similar share with your ide (for example you need something that will show html window)

 

- practise and try to remake it (for your own purposes)

 

or for example, take a look at L2J source.. think a bit, where it could be used already?

 

oh yeah, showing welcome html window at player enter..

 

So now check EnterWorld.java and check how does showing html window work.

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Look, for of all you should at least show us what have you tried already.

 

Its request dev HELP, not request ready CODE .. :)

 

Show us a little personal effort to do it.

 

Most simple way if you really don't know how to start (instead of asking for ready code)

 

- check dev share section (codes)

 

- find similar share with your ide (for example you need something that will show html window)

 

- practise and try to remake it (for your own purposes)

 

or for example, take a look at L2J source.. think a bit, where it could be used already?

 

oh yeah, showing welcome html window at player enter..

 

So now check EnterWorld.java and check how does showing html window work.

0k thanks can lock topic!

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Topic Locked as requested.

 

Anyway, if you still can't find sollution about how to do it, pm me to unlock this thread

 

and I will show you sample code.

 

Till now, topic locked, hope you will do it by yourself.

 


 

UNLOCKED.

 

As we can see you gave up after a few minutes, but since I said I will show you example, I will:

 

	public void showWindow(L2PcInstance player)
{
	TextBuilder tb = new TextBuilder();
	tb.append("<html><title>Test</title><body><center><br>");
	tb.append("Welcome <font color=LEVEL>" + player.getName() + "</font>!<br>");
	tb.append("</body></html>");


	NpcHtmlMessage msg = new NpcHtmlMessage(this.getObjectId());
	msg.setHtml(tb.toString());
	msg.replace("%objectId%", String.valueOf(this.getObjectId()));

	player.sendPacket(msg);
}

 

Now use this method (where you wish)

 

And you will see new htm window with your name (as a example)

 

Now you will need the same but with object of your killer, not you, and with this object get infos:

 

hp etc.

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	public void showWindow(L2PcInstance player, L2Character killer)
{
	TextBuilder tb = new TextBuilder();
	tb.append("<html><title>Death Panel</title><body><center><br>");
	tb.append("Player <font color=LEVEL>" + player.getName() + "</font>!<br>");
	tb.append("Killer <font color=LEVEL>" + killer.getName() + "</font>!<br>");
	tb.append("CP Max <font color=LEVEL>" + killer.getMaxCp() + "</font> | Current CP <font color=LEVEL>"+ killer.getCurrentCp() + "</font>!<br>");
	tb.append("HP Max <font color=LEVEL>" + killer.getMaxHp() + "</font> | Current HP <font color=LEVEL>"+ killer.getCurrentHp() + "</font>!<br>");
	tb.append("MP Max <font color=LEVEL>" + killer.getMaxMp() + "</font> | Current MP <font color=LEVEL>"+ killer.getCurrentMp() + "</font>!<br>");
	tb.append("</body></html>");


	NpcHtmlMessage msg = new NpcHtmlMessage(this.getObjectId());
	msg.setHtml(tb.toString());
	msg.replace("%objectId%", String.valueOf(this.getObjectId()));

	player.sendPacket(msg);
}

 

should do the trick

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