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    Looking to hire someone to make script

    Hey everyone,

    I currently waiting on my cronusmax plus to arrive. I'm looking for someone to make me a more advanced combo for pvp on The Elder Scrolls Online. I am willing to pay if your willing to help.

    Thanks guys.

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    Quote Originally Posted by jray2020 View Post
    Hey everyone,

    I currently waiting on my cronusmax plus to arrive. I'm looking for someone to make me a more advanced combo for pvp on The Elder Scrolls Online. I am willing to pay if your willing to help.

    Thanks guys.
    Are you able to perform the combo yourself. If so....

    http://cronusmax.com/forums/showthre...our-own-combos

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    John thank you so much. I've reading and reading on how to write these scripts. I pretty much can write the combos but really didn't (maybe still don't) know how to write the main run section. I'm supposed to get my cronusmax plus today or tomorrow so I will try this out. My other question is what if I want to have multiple combos saved to one file and I want to start them with the back paddles of the elite controller. do i have to have a different main section for each combo? Again thank you so much for your help.

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    Quote Originally Posted by jray2020 View Post
    John thank you so much. I've reading and reading on how to write these scripts. I pretty much can write the combos but really didn't (maybe still don't) know how to write the main run section. I'm supposed to get my cronusmax plus today or tomorrow so I will try this out. My other question is what if I want to have multiple combos saved to one file and I want to start them with the back paddles of the elite controller. do i have to have a different main section for each combo? Again thank you so much for your help.
    Yes, you can have multiple combos at one file and the main section must be only one. You need to create different conditions to start these combos like :

    if( event_press( XB1_PR1)) combo_run( Combo1 );// paddle right up

    if( event_press( XB1_PR2)) combo_run( Combo2 );// paddle right down

    if( event_press( XB1_PL1)) combo_run( Combo3 );// paddle left up

    if( event_press( XB1_PL2)) combo_run( Combo4 );// paddle left down


    If you need help about the script - make your one thread in section 'Script Request' and someone will help you.
    Last edited by Excalibur; 30th January 18 at 04:49.

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    Quote Originally Posted by jray2020 View Post
    John thank you so much. I've reading and reading on how to write these scripts. I pretty much can write the combos but really didn't (maybe still don't) know how to write the main run section. I'm supposed to get my cronusmax plus today or tomorrow so I will try this out. My other question is what if I want to have multiple combos saved to one file and I want to start them with the back paddles of the elite controller. do i have to have a different main section for each combo? Again thank you so much for your help.
    The main section is where you write the conditions as to when a combo should be executed using if statements, if you read the page about conditional statements i think you'll understand that part

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    Thank you so much guys. I will start a post there. The support here is amazing especially being a newbie to all this.

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    Quote Originally Posted by jray2020 View Post
    John thank you so much. I've reading and reading on how to write these scripts. I pretty much can write the combos but really didn't (maybe still don't) know how to write the main run section. I'm supposed to get my cronusmax plus today or tomorrow so I will try this out. My other question is what if I want to have multiple combos saved to one file and I want to start them with the back paddles of the elite controller. do i have to have a different main section for each combo? Again thank you so much for your help.
    This might help you understand the layout a bit.

    http://cronusmax.com/forums/showthre...ombine-scripts

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    Some of the rules mentioned in that no longer apply tho:

    The sections can be in any order, the compiler will however compile them in the order mentioned, main is no longer mandatory, but without it the script is almost useless (if there is a remap or unmap used, the script will do something, otherwise it does nothing)

    You can have multiple init and main sections, they will then be merged in the order which they were defined...

    All of this is there since CronusPRO 1.10, None of these are documented anywhere as it's generally good practice to only have a single main, init etc. And arrange sections according to how they will be executed/used

    It's also adviced that you do define a main, if you don't the compiler issues a warning

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    Re: Looking to hire someone to make script

    Quote Originally Posted by Swizzy View Post
    Some of the rules mentioned in that no longer apply tho:

    The sections can be in any order, the compiler will however compile them in the order mentioned, main is no longer mandatory, but without it the script is almost useless (if there is a remap or unmap used, the script will do something, otherwise it does nothing)

    You can have multiple init and main sections, they will then be merged in the order which they were defined...

    All of this is there since CronusPRO 1.10, None of these are documented anywhere as it's generally good practice to only have a single main, init etc. And arrange sections according to how they will be executed/used

    It's also adviced that you do define a main, if you don't the compiler issues a warning
    With that being said, can you have more than one data segment? I think I already know the answer, but then again I didn't know you could have more that one main (not sure why you would want too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batts View Post
    With that being said, can you have more than one data segment? I think I already know the answer, but then again I didn't know you could have more that one main (not sure why you would want too).
    Yes, like main/init they will be merged into one, in the order which they were defined...

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