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1  Scripting / Script Help / Re: Problem with Updater.exe on: July 24, 2017, 10:33:49 pm
I think what worked for me is to connect with 1.0.17 client to 1.0.16 server. Of course it will notify about version mismatch, but then, after a while, server will be executing update itself. Try that.
2  Scripting / Script Help / Re: NewTimer - wrong number of parameters on: July 06, 2017, 12:29:54 am
Ok so the problem was with passing class instance member to function invoked in timer. I resolved it by passing teamId and increasing red or blue team score based on that.

Doppelherz and mega mind : no really need for offensive behavior like that. Stay cool ;).

3  Scripting / Script Help / NewTimer - wrong number of parameters on: June 29, 2017, 01:08:08 am
for last few days I've been struggling with calling my function through NewTimer. In the result server throws the following error message : "An error has occured [wrong number of parameters]

Looks like my passed argument  'playerTeam' is treated as null (its instance of DominationTeam class), however printing 'playerTeam.Score' outside of timer shows that there is value indeed.

I tried also to pass just simply number and increase it. In that case there is no error like that, but I guess the variable is passed by value so only copy of it is taken to the function (it prints 1 at every timer tick).

Another way I tried is to create score variable with bigger scope than just function. In this solution no error is thrown, but Message(score) called after incrementing the score value showed nothing. 

I really don't have idea what Im doing wrong, so an help will be greatly appreciated ;).

Below I put the code, onPlayerEnterCheckpoint method  is the place where issue happens.

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    local RED = Colour(255,0,0);
    local BLUE = Colour(0,0,255);
    local WHITE = Colour(255,255,255);
class DominationTeam
      Name = null;
TeamColour = WHITE;
Score = 0;
Score = 0;
if(colorOfTheTeam == RED || colorOfTheTeam == BLUE)
TeamColour = colorOfTheTeam ;
Name = colorOfTheTeam == RED ? "Red" : "Blue";
local redTeam = DominationTeam(RED);
local blueTeam = DominationTeam(BLUE);
local domPointBlip = null;
local scoreTimer = null;
function onPlayerSpawn(player,spawn)
   local playerCount = GetPlayerCount();
   player.Team = playerCount % 2 == 0 ? 1 : 0 ;

function onPlayerCommand(player,cmd,text)
      if (cmd == "domination")
local playerPos = player.Pos;
local checkpointPos = Vector(playerPos.x + 5, playerPos.y + 5, playerPos.z);
CreateCheckpoint(checkpointPos,2.0, WHITE);
domPointBlip = CreateBlip(BLIP_NONE, checkpointPos);
domPointBlip.Colour = WHITE;
Message("Domination begins!");

 function SetTeamScore(team)

function onPlayerEnterCheckpoint(player, cp)
local playerTeamId = player.Team;
cp.Colour = playerTeamId == 0 ? RED : BLUE ;
domPointBlip.Colour = playerTeamId == 0 ? 0 : 1;
local playerTeam = playerTeamId == 0 ? redTeam : blueTeam;
Message(playerTeam.Name + " " + playerTeam.Score);
    NewTimer("SetTeamScore", 3000, 5, playerTeam);

4  Off Topic / General Chat / Re: Hi there guys on: June 28, 2017, 11:57:36 am
Thanks for invitation, I've joined Discord LU. I think it might be good place to share my Squirrel code problem.. or should I use forum for that?
5  Off Topic / General Chat / Hi there guys on: June 27, 2017, 10:20:15 pm
Hello guys, recently I bough GTA 3 on steam and Liberty Unleashed took my attention. I though - why not? So I downloaded it.  Not too many players, but still you can find someone to play basically everyday.
Because Im C# developer, writing scripts is what drew my attention to the highest degree.

I have some  personal projects also in Unity 3d and just .NET applications (ASP.NET MVC, WPF, even some console) but I just had to try it with Squirrel ;). Im currently trying out to create my own gamemode, will se how it goes.

Nice to meet you, guys ;).
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