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[lua] Need Help With Setuint32value()

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 12:54 PM

I have copied some scripts in Internet and they use the SetUInt32Value() command. Unfortunately there was no wiki entry for this command.

I started today with some text in wiki. But I don't know what the parameter index means.

http://arcemu.org/wi..._SetUInt32Value

May somebody can help me.
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Posted 14 May 2012 - 06:08 PM

Well it sets the different fields of wow objects (basically those fields convey information to the client, like npc flags, etc ), it's not something you should be messing with ;)
The index's meaning changes from wow version to wow version.
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Posted 15 May 2012 - 11:11 AM

We have downloaded a lot of old Lua scripts and want to adapt them to be working with ArcEmu. A lot of these scripts make excessive use of this command.

Some use 59 for index, some are using 52 for that.

Does it mean index stands for the client version, f.ex 3.5.5a = 59. Something like that ? Or which value is actually supported ?
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Posted 15 May 2012 - 02:11 PM

Value 59 is supported. She sets the spawn flags of the creature. Maybe in some of the older scripts it was used as value 52 and in 3.3.5 got changed to 59. With the use of this you can make the npc attackable/not attackable, selectable or non selectable and etc.
For example the code line:
pUnit:SetUInt32Value(59, 2)
will make the npc not attackable and unable to attack.
Try to change the scripts with 52 to 59 and see if they work as they should. For changing npc flags there is the pUnit:SetNPCFlags(flags) command, so i don't think it is used for this.
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Posted 16 May 2012 - 10:11 AM

View PostMagnifikator, on 15 May 2012 - 11:11 AM, said:

Some use 59 for index, some are using 52 for that.

Does it mean index stands for the client version, f.ex 3.5.5a = 59. Something like that ? Or which value is actually supported ?

No the index doesn't stand for the client version.
It stands for the field number.
52 is ITEM_FIELD_ENCHANTMENT_11_1 and 59 is UNIT_FIELD_FLAGS in wow 3.3.5a.
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