Springsettings

Springsettings

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mongus
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Springsettings

Post by mongus » 18 Feb 2015, 06:59

Is there a way to run spring settings and have it apply the changes to spring?

Which way do you change game settings now?
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abma
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Re: Springsettings

Post by abma » 18 Feb 2015, 07:46

- run springlobby, click edit->settings
- run spring.exe, click edit settings
- edit springsettings.cfg
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mongus
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Re: Springsettings

Post by mongus » 18 Feb 2015, 18:13

tricky

thanks


edit

it still says it cant save the file, do the changes apply anyhow?

my bad, settings.cfg

still a text file. odd
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mongus
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Re: Springsettings

Post by mongus » 19 Feb 2015, 01:30

This is the wiki page with the description of the parameters that go in Springsettings.cfg

https://springrts.com/wiki/Springsettings.cfg

and this is a link to a file with blank values for every parameter.

http://paste.springfiles.com/view/648280bc


Wont that mess the game by using parameters with no values?

does someone have a working file instead?
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Jools
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Re: Springsettings

Post by Jools » 19 Feb 2015, 07:40

Here is my springsettings.cfg, not sure you can use someone else's file just like that, it has my folder path and similar local info. At least change name = Jools and the springdata path if you use this.

Edit: you can delete parameters you havent set: it will use default values.
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Silentwings
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Re: Springsettings

Post by Silentwings » 19 Feb 2015, 21:05

Wont that mess the game by using parameters with no values?
Springsettings only records differences between your own settings and the defaults. If you do enter defaults into your springsettings.cfg, they will just be removed next time Spring loads the files (unless you have multiple springsettings.cfg, which hopefully you don't, but see viewtopic.php?f=12&t=30044 if you do).
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mongus
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Re: Springsettings

Post by mongus » 20 Feb 2015, 06:56

Thanks Jools, im using that file now
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