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Unread 01-15-2012, 09:30 PM  
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On a side note, for those linux users out there, I almost have a build of LPC working in linux. There are some graphical problems I'm trying to work through.
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Unread 01-15-2012, 07:49 PM  
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Added a number of bug fixes, and a couple features that were requested.
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Unread 01-15-2012, 12:38 PM  
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I found a bad bug in plugin compendium this weekend that I'm working at fixing. I'm not sure why its doing what it is, but when you try to turn off the checking for updates on configuration panel. Then close LPC and restart, the cache directory gets set to a wierd value. For now, please do not shut off the updater check box and you shouldn't have a problem. If you've already experienced the problem, you can recheck the box, and then delete all the text in the cache directory textbox, and it should reset back to system default.
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Unread 01-12-2012, 10:11 AM  
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I have not ran into this problem yet. Thank you for reporting. It sounds like perhaps another process might still be using one of the files while LPC is trying to update it. Perhaps try rebooting PC, starting LPC, and then updating.

EDIT: On second observation do you have Visual Studios installed and been working on a project called "lotro plugins"? the .suo file is for maintaining your local preferences for a project you are working on. The suo file for LPC does not get distributed with the installer, and it has a different name. I know this doesn't explain why you are getting the error.
Hmmm, I'll look into this. I'm not working on any projects but I did open Visual Studio the other day while trying to figure out what had caused Plugin Assistant, which is also written using VS, to stop working for me. I'm wondering if Visual Studio didn't set a config or preferences file of which I was unaware since I have no idea what I'm doing with VS yet (or Lua for that matter lol).

Since that file isn't uploaded with Vitalbars, I'll try deleting it and see if that solves the update problem.

Thanks for the info.
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VitalBars has a problem... It won't update because access to the file Lotro Plugins.suo is denied. That file is a Visual Studio Solution User Options file and my guess is that it's encrypted/password protected.

I decided to manually install the current version (1.3.1) but LPC doesn't recognize that it's been updated. I hit the scan button a few times and when that failed to update it, I closed LPC and reopened it but it still shows Vitalbars as needing an update and shows the current version as 1.3.0.
I have not ran into this problem yet. Thank you for reporting. It sounds like perhaps another process might still be using one of the files while LPC is trying to update it. Perhaps try rebooting PC, starting LPC, and then updating.

EDIT: On second observation do you have Visual Studios installed and been working on a project called "lotro plugins"? the .suo file is for maintaining your local preferences for a project you are working on. The suo file for LPC does not get distributed with the installer, and it has a different name. I know this doesn't explain why you are getting the error.

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Unread 01-12-2012, 02:37 AM  
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VitalBars has a problem... It won't update because access to the file Lotro Plugins.suo is denied. That file is a Visual Studio Solution User Options file and my guess is that it's encrypted/password protected.

I decided to manually install the current version (1.3.1) but LPC doesn't recognize that it's been updated. I hit the scan button a few times and when that failed to update it, I closed LPC and reopened it but it still shows Vitalbars as needing an update and shows the current version as 1.3.0.

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Unread 01-11-2012, 11:37 AM  
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That's great news! Please provide a write-up on how you got wine working and I'll add it in the app's description. This made my morning!

I'll look at adding a changeable path on the config tab.


Sorry, I was a bit premature. It loaded up okay, but then started flinging errors at me left and right. Sorry for the letdown.
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Unread 01-11-2012, 10:43 AM  
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Ok, I was finally able to get it working under Wine but I have a question/request: Since Linux users do not have their plugins folder in the default directory that windows users do, would it be possible to add the ability to manually set the plugin directory in the configuration menu? Aside from that, this is looking really really good.
That's great news! Please provide a write-up on how you got wine working and I'll add it in the app's description. This made my morning!

I'll look at adding a changeable path on the config tab.
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Unread 01-11-2012, 10:42 AM  
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I think I would try to compile a special version using an earlier version of the .net library that Wine supports. I've heard nothing but horror stories about using Mono.


I run linux as well, and wine didn't work for me either. I do however program and test it in a VirtualBox VM of window xp.

For linux i can either try two routes. There is the Mono project which lets .net work on linux & mac. It has a reduced list of the .net api it supports, but always an option.

The alternative is I can compile a special version of it with an earlier version of the .net library that wine better supports.
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Unread 01-11-2012, 10:04 AM  
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Trying to get this to work on Ubuntu Linux 11.10 through Wine, but no luck yet. (the problem is that .NET 3.5 is not yet fully supported in Wine) If anyone has any pointers, let me know!

This little program has been a godsend for some of my friends who use Windows. Thanks so much for all your hard work lunarwtr!!
I run linux as well, and wine didn't work for me either. I do however program and test it in a VirtualBox VM of window xp.

For linux i can either try two routes. There is the Mono project which lets .net work on linux & mac. It has a reduced list of the .net api it supports, but always an option.

The alternative is I can compile a special version of it with an earlier version of the .net library that wine better supports.

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Unread 01-11-2012, 09:29 AM  
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Trying to get this to work on Ubuntu Linux 11.10 through Wine, but no luck yet. (the problem is that .NET 3.5 is not yet fully supported in Wine) If anyone has any pointers, let me know!

This little program has been a godsend for some of my friends who use Windows. Thanks so much for all your hard work lunarwtr!!

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Unread 01-10-2012, 10:40 PM  
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Worked on two things tonight
  • Roudementary delete plugin feature added.
  • Match either title or plugin id to determine if we can manage a plugin. This should allow name to differ from lotro interface in plugincompendium file.
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Unread 01-10-2012, 02:53 AM  
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yep, everything working fine! thanks, D.H!cks
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Unread 01-09-2012, 05:50 PM  
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First, I would like to thank Lunarwater for creating this excellent tool.

Lunarwater let me know that there was an issue with the file I included in my zip file, so I just want to let everyone know that I have fixed the issue, and the latest version of Travel Window now has the corrected file.
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Unread 01-09-2012, 02:15 PM  
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cool, changing the name to "travel window" in the .plugincompendium did the trick - LPC does recognize it now, but needed the manual change

still have to test if it is still working in game though, will do that tomorrow and report back

thanks for all the quick answers and help!
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