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    k ivebeen looking around for about a day or s now and have not found out a answer to my problem

    k so i just added 634 items to my client and now im trying to add a 634 item.cfg so they all equip in the right spots and have stats on them but it seems that when i change out the item.cfg and load up the server login and put on the item its it the weapon slot and they corrections in the item.java are there any suggestions muchly appreciated

    person with the right answer will get repped if i had cash i would pay
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    I know how to get them in right spots in Devolution V7, but not sure in any other, i bet its the same! ;D

    1. You need your item ID, open up your items.cfg, add them there with item name, examine and specs like other items.
    2. item.java, in there you will probably see all the ID's in RS, put the ID for a platebody under the "body" and the "platebody" spots, and "hats" under hats spot etc...
    3. Then compile your server, run it, then it will work

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    For the weapons you dont need to do anything as all new items is at weapon spot ;D
    (therfor you will only need in, items.cfg for the weapons)
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    Delta, pi.... what base?
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    item.cfg, I guess it's PI. So, umm....Combat assistant.java or Item assistant.java is used for weapon slots. I'm not sure which one, I gotta go atm, talk to you later.
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