The Offline KI brings the KI and other changes you are used to from UU and MOUL to your CC/TPOTS game. It allows you to reach fan ages and Cyan ages converted by Drizzle (from MOUL, Myst V or any of the other supported games): All of them are integrated into the existing environment. In addition, it lets you create and play marker missions and use flymode to inspect ages. It features a lot of KI commands useful while developing and debugging ages. On Alcugs Shards, it also fixes a lot of multiplayer issues.
Version 3.6 of the Offline KI is now available for download: See http://alcugs.almlys.org/Offline-KI for installation instructions and further information, and check your UAM for downloading it (DI-Shard already has it installed). As of this version, I also make the Python source code of the Offline KI available (see the wiki for download locations).
The further changes of this release are as follows:
- Added commands for camera tours (based on old AdminKI code): /tour, /tourstop, /printcam
- Added /getsparklies command to collect all the sparklies at once (for the lazy ones...)
- Added /rotsphere command to rotate the spheres in the MOUL version of Ahnonay without animation glitches (thanks to Sirius). This also works for non-admins, unlike the old /set sphere command!
- Added global Python scripts for fan-ages by D'Lanor: xDynamicPanel, xMoviePlayer, xAgeSDLBoolTagRespond, xRandomResp
- Auto-detect how Python File Mod initialization has to be done in some global scripts (so that it works for both dynamically an statically loaded pages)
- Auto-detect missing POTS patches and tell the user how to apply them if necessary
- remove useless, broken and obsolete <hiddentext> "feature" (thanks to Sirius)
- Fix for Kadish sparkly: it now moves with the pillar correctly (thanks to D'Lanor)
If you are an age writer and want to create a cover for your book or a linking picture for your age, please read the technical documentation for further information.
I hope you enjoy it, please let me know if there are any problems (though it is also always nice to hear things are working properly )