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    Invalid XML format( expected =)!

    Im getting this error when trying to load Xeno settings in .xbst format.
    This appears threre, wherer you're supposed to see "Setting loaded successfully!' message.
    What can be wrong?

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    The XML parser is obviously expecting an =.

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    Didn't understand anything you said, lol.
    How can I fix this? I really don't feel like losing my waypoints that I've just added.
    Last edited by Joe; 08-14-2012 at 06:36 PM.

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    Can anyone explain it to me in more clear way?

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    You propably tried editing the .xbst settings by yourself in notepad or something? I can hardly believe xb makes a mistake like that. I would suggest your simply make a new settings file, copy the waypoints from the "broken" .xbst file (open in notepad) and copy them to the new settings file.
    The waypoints are found here:

    Code:
    <panel name="Walker">
    	<control name="WaypointList">
    		<item text="Node (x, y, z)" tag="0"/>
    		<item text="Node (x, y, z)" tag="0"/>
    		<item text="Stand (x, y, z)" tag="0"/>
    		Etc ...
    	</control>
    </panel>
    Copy & paste them over the new settings & all should be good. If not propably a "tag" is missing an "="
    like this: <item text="Stand (x, y, z)" tag="1"/>
    Maybe the missing equals sign is actually missing in the walker settings, then I suppose you were editing the name for a Label (for scripting?) and by mistake removed the tag or the equals sign

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    I edited it in notepad, copied whole panel 'walker'.
    It must be that tag shit then. I'll look into it, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkstaR View Post
    The XML parser is obviously expecting an =.
    Wrong.

    Ontopic: You need to change " " to ' ' in the walker!



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    Sacrified some time and deleted waypoints one by one, tried to load script and see if it changed anything.
    This was the problem:
    <item text="Self.Say("utani gran hur")" tag="254"/>
    whats wrong with it? I use one-liner to add this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Sacrified some time and deleted waypoints one by one, tried to load script and see if it changed anything.
    This was the problem:

    whats wrong with it? I use one-liner to add this.
    [code="lua"]<item text="Self.Say('utani gran hur')" tag="254"/>[/code]

    This is right!



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    All about those ""s instead of ''s?
    Trololo. Thanks ;D

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