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  1. #1 Always hitting the same hit in my private server 
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    I have 317 private server .. i have tested the pking and its working without any problems .. but when i came to check the pvming i have found that the player always hits the same hit when he pvm ..
    can any one help me please? how can i solve this problem?
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    What source are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitten View Post
    What source are you using?
    I Really dont know .. my friend sent it to me .. but its a 317 pking server ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlavaPK View Post
    I Really dont know .. my friend sent it to me .. but its a 317 pking server ..
    You can't expect anyone to be able to help you if you don't supply adequate information about what code base you are using. Post a screenshot of the project opened up in an IDE so we can see package names.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyPewds View Post
    You can't expect anyone to be able to help you if you don't supply adequate information about what code base you are using. Post a screenshot of the project opened up in an IDE so we can see package names.
    Do you mean this?

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    I Really dont know the package name but its a 317 server
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    Check your code surrounding setting the deal damage and see if it is always the same.
    Also is it any type of weapon?
    Is it always the same damage no matter what?
    Is it different damage depend on npc type?


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    Quote Originally Posted by FlavaPK View Post
    Do you mean this?

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    I Really dont know the package name but its a 317 server
    sort of, but not really. and "a 317 server" doesn't really help, as there's many of those. An IDE is an integrated development environment. Meaning it's a software application that helps you program your own project. Eclipse is an example of this. it automatically compiles, and points out errors you've made while programming. It also has a "Package Explorer" which shows all the folders and subfolders, which looks like this:
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    That's what we want ^
    Although I strongly recommend an IDE if you don't want to use it, finding the source's name might be easier

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