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  1. In earlier versions I have added some lines at the bottom of carouselNormal.xc to show how more XP are needed to 'Elite' a tank. This no longer works. I have checked many of the xvm files and removed any other mods but the lines still do not appear. I have attached carouselNormal.xc as well as XVM and python logs in case someone can spot something. The rest of XVM seems to work well. Thanks David carouselNormal.xc xvm.log python.log
  2. yes. Remove "badge" from the line: "standardFields": [ "frags", "badge", "nick", "vehicle" ], approx line 523 in playersPanel.xc
  3. I had the same problem but fixed it by removing Rank Badges which I have no desire in seeing. To do this I went to the options for the "Large" panels and changed the line: "rankBadgeWidth": 24, to "rankBadgeWidth": 0, as below (approximately line 562 in file playersPanel.xc // Width of the rank badge column. Default is 24. // Ширина поля бейджа ранга. По умолчанию: 24. "rankBadgeWidth": 0, // --------------------------------------------- ignore the // ---------------------------------------- I put these in to see where I have modified files.
  4. For "formatRightNick" I would try replacing {{clannb%-5s}} with {{clannb%-5s| }} i.e. putting in 5 spaces if clan does not exist. If this works then you can use {{clan}} but then need to use 7 spaces to account for the missing [ ] round the clan name. I haven't tried this as I do not show clans in my player panels, but I might try a solution in my Statistic Form where I do show them. Just a suggestion
  5. Thanks scyorkie Had disabled totalefficiency in an earlier patch as I like the standard WOT summary at bottom left of the screen. Have got it back to how I like it but makes me question if I want the hitlog at all !!
  6. Line 14 in battleLabels.xc has // at the front. This prevents the Hitlog header definition running. Removing the // fixes the problem. Regards
  7. I had this problem this morning and I have not updated XVM yet.
  8. yes, my bad. I don't use the dots and instead use a single line. I thought my formula woul;d give a line of dots.
  9. zekias87 The green line is the direction your vehicle is pointing. The yellow line with dots is the camera direction. The yellow line is defined by: "vehicle": [ { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 50, "to": 97, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 45 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 100, "to": 147, "thickness": 1.4, "alpha": 40 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 150, "to": 197, "thickness": 1.3, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 200, "to": 248, "thickness": 1.2, "alpha": 33 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 250, "to": 298, "thickness": 1.1, "alpha": 30 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 300, "to": 398, "thickness": 1.0, "alpha": 30 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 400, "to": 498, "thickness": 0.9, "alpha": 30 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.vehicle" }, "from": 500, "to": 2000, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 30 } ], while the green camera line (with dots) is defined by: "camera": [ { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 50, "to": 80, "thickness": 1.3, "alpha": 50 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 120, "to": 180, "thickness": 1.2, "alpha": 45 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 220, "to": 280, "thickness": 1.1, "alpha": 40 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 320, "to": 380, "thickness": 1.0, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 420, "to": 480, "thickness": 0.9, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 520, "to": 580, "thickness": 0.8, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 620, "to": 680, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 720, "to": 780, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 820, "to": 880, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 920, "to": 980, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1020, "to": 1080, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1120, "to": 1180, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1220, "to": 1280, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1320, "to": 1380, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1420, "to": 1480, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1520, "to": 1580, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1620, "to": 1680, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1720, "to": 1780, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1820, "to": 1880, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.camera" }, "from": 1920, "to": 2000, "thickness": 0.75, "alpha": 35 }, //Dots //Точки { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 99, "to": 100, "thickness": 2.2, "alpha": 70 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 199, "to": 200, "thickness": 2.1, "alpha": 65 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 299, "to": 300, "thickness": 2.0, "alpha": 60 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 399, "to": 400, "thickness": 1.9, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 499, "to": 500, "thickness": 1.8, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 599, "to": 600, "thickness": 1.7, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 699, "to": 700, "thickness": 1.6, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 799, "to": 800, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 899, "to": 900, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 999, "to": 1000, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1099, "to": 1100, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1199, "to": 1200, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1299, "to": 1300, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1399, "to": 1400, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1499, "to": 1500, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1599, "to": 1600, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1699, "to": 1700, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1799, "to": 1800, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 }, { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 1899, "to": 1900, "thickness": 1.5, "alpha": 55 } If you want the camera line (the direction you are looking) to be all dots replace all of the camera and dots lines with: "camera": [ { "$ref": { "path": "def.dot" }, "from": 50, "to": 2000, "thickness": 2.2, "alpha": 70 }], This will give you dots from 50m to 2000m, change the thickness and brightness by changing the "thickness" and "alpha" numbers. Higher up in minimapLines.xc you will see: "dot": { "enabled": true, "inmeters": true, "color": "0xFFCC66" }, You can change FFCC66 to another value to change the color.
  10. Thanks to konrad509 for his cryptic reply. I think that a lot of the problem is that my XVM installation needed a few more days to settle down. Without changing anything my Gunmarks would appear at random. After changing my code layout I have now got the marks to appear against the correct tanks and attach my file below. The code is on line 84. I must still work to get the alignment a bit better and also to improve the levelicons for my old eyes! Thanks to XVM for a good mod. markersAliveNormal.xc
  11. The new xvm seems to use macros differently and I can no longer show marksOnGun above tanks. My old config had "MksOnGun": {"1":"/", "2":"//", "3":"///"}, added to markers.xc at line 20 and "format": "{{vehicle}} <font face='Webdings' size='9' color='#00ffff'>{{.markers.MksOnGun.{{marksOnGun}}}}</font>" in markersAliveNormal.xc at line 78. This would give me blue bars after the vehicle name for each mark on gun that the vehicle had (to let me know who maybe knew what they were doing!). I have tried moving the definitions from one file to another but cannot get anything to show up, not bars, not even the numbers 0 to 3. Can anyone tell me what I should be doing? Thanks Dave marksOnGun.zip
  12. Thanks. Found both mistakes and fixed. This happens when I copy and paste a line from an old file. Notepad++ often seems to miss the comma at the end.
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