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AFLobby beta 3.9.9-4 experimental

The recent update to 0.76b1 has introduced several protocol changes. One such change that wreaks havoc on the current stable AFLobby is the introduction of two new ranks with make AFLobby crash almost immediately. The other change is the introduction of SETSCRIPTTAGS and the deprecation of UPDATEBATTLEDETAILS. AFLobby 3.9.8.1 and several alpha versions of 3.9.9 do not support these new commands, and thus fall apart in the new server protocol environment.

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Springs Christmas week In Pictures (Part II)

Christmas has passed, and the 0.76 release did not come, but I have it on good authority a release will happen before or on new years day under the best of circumstances.

Unabated by the delay of the much anticipated release, content makers have been busying themselves in hopes their frantic typing and screaming will keep their Christmas dinners from exiting the wrong orifice.

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AFLobby 3.9.9+ Progress & Glest

Recently I’ve had a little more time than usual with aflobby. Of note are a slew of bug fixes and glest support.

I’ve corrected numerous aesthetic issues, including icons that stretch tabs, and windows that are still undecorated such as the warning window. The bundled Substance has been updated to 4.1 stable, and I’ve made other GUI tweaks to make minor improvements.

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The new spring mod tags, what they do, and howto use them

All the mods in the installer should have these tags, and as of 0.76b1 the lobbies will have access to them. I personally want to change the list/drop down box mod selector into a much prettier and more useful tool using this, and any old mod not implementing the tags correctly will look plain weird, that or itll look like little efforts been put into it. Continue Reading →

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