Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

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TooNu
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Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

Postby TooNu » 20 January 2013, 16:06

I have intentions of removing the aging from my players along with contracts. Also I'd like to lessen the spiraling expenses after each match. I recall a thread by Dode74 that described precisely how to do that, however that was a thread on the forums that have long been erased (or I simply can not find it).

Any help with this would be appreciated thank you.

(also yes I am aware of the New Wave mods)

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Re: Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

Postby dode74 » 20 January 2013, 18:49

Take a look here: viewtopic.php?p=29551#p29551

Instead of item 39 in the same table you want 21 for Ageing and 22 for contracts. Switch them both to 0.

SE is adjusted through an xml file (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Blood Bowl Chaos Edition\Data\Manager\Match.xml) which can be edited with notepad.
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Re: Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

Postby TooNu » 20 January 2013, 21:20

Ah yes I see it now :) thank you again sir

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Re: Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

Postby Harbinger8 » 03 February 2013, 10:28

Am I understanding this thread correctly?
There are open changes you can do to the code to change the software to change the game function?

Now, if the question sounds odd, y'all have to understand, I stopped programming computers when Fortran I was fairly new.
Yes, I am probably considerably older than most on this site.
I was programming IBM PCs, Commodore Pets or 64s or Apple IIes.
Yes, I am that <bleep> old.

Any way, I would like to understand how to do what I believe you are doing here.
I am in Season 3 of a seven season blitz-play custom cup that the program seems to be aiming to run me dry as far as funds long before arriving to the end.
I would like to fix that if it would not be a real cheat.
Help?

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Re: Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

Postby Koadah » 06 February 2013, 11:09

You're so old your memory is going. :twisted:

Those machines didn't exist when FORTRAN I was new. Even I can only remember FORTRAN 77. ;)

No you cannot change the software but some of the behaviour is dictated by a database. you can change that.
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Re: Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

Postby Harbinger8 » 06 February 2013, 11:18

Huh?
Mr. Marsh said he kept his grades in Fortran I which he said was fairly new.
Class was only being taught Basic and Pascal was why.
And this was ~three decades ago.

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Re: Hi, I'd like help with SQLite.

Postby Koadah » 06 February 2013, 11:54

Huh?
Mr. Marsh said he kept his grades in Fortran I which he said was fairly new.
Class was only being taught Basic and Pascal was why.
And this was ~three decades ago.
It's all relative I suppose. I think FORTRAN I dates from the 50s.
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