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[FireTuner] PlayerperksPanel

Discussion in 'CivBE - Code Snippets' started by Valessa, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. Valessa

    Valessa Communistress

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    Not quite sure where to put it, this forum is my best guess. :sad:

    I created a little Panel for Firetuner that has the functionality to quickly and easily debug Playerperks (or play around with stuff):

    Spoiler :


    Not very beautiful and probably not too useful for too many people but given that I've created it anyway I figured I could as well share it. It's a "port" of the technology-part of the Active Player Tab and shares the same functionality. Click a PlayerPerk, it's added to the current player and is then displayed with a blue background. Click it again, the PlayerPerk is removed. Easy.

    I can't think of any situations where the buttons to the right would be useful (other than a ridiculous cheating session) but hey, they're there. (And my version of the Active Player-Selection should be Crash-Proof!) Note that there's a delay when using the "All MAJOR Players"-Versions because the code needs to loop through a lot of PlayerPerks for a lot of Players.

    Install

    - Download the panel
    - Extract the zip
    - Default-Panels are saved in Steam\steamapps\common\Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth\Debug, if you put it there you don't have to switch between folders every time you want to open a panel, but you can put it anywhere you want
    - In FireTuner click File -> Open Panel.
    - Done.
     

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  2. Barathor

    Barathor Chieftain

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    Sweet! Thanks for sharing this! I learned something new too -- a new folder to dig through.
     

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