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11-07-21, 04:56 AM   #1
Minorz
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How to know if scripts are correct

Hi guys,

I play with modified script made by a player i saw on twitch since Legion. This guy stop playing but i used to keep plyaing with his scripts and like to play with it.

But i think that some scripts are out of date or do not even work anymore since many update in retail.
I am bad at understanding scripts and update it by my own, i can do some ajustment but my knowledge are poor.

Doo you know how i can figure wich line of my script are being out of date or need an adjustment ?

Thanks for your help !
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11-07-21, 05:03 AM   #2
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The best suggestion I can give is to post the script or a link to it. It's impossible to give feedback on something we can't see.
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11-07-21, 05:08 AM   #3
Minorz
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The script is a bit longer and i appologise for this.

If you want to give an eye to help me, I put an attachement with the file concerned.

Where you can find

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---------------END FRIED------------
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Above is streamer's scripts
And under this note are mine i added

Thanks for you time
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File Type: lua Fried Ui Core.lua (9.8 KB, 40 views)

Last edited by Minorz : 11-07-21 at 05:25 AM.
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