It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

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It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby ural » Tue 18 Aug 2015 17:04


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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby MenDuck » Tue 18 Aug 2015 19:20

I don't think so. We can't really do much in regards of the UI. Though I'm not 100% sure on this.

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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby Soundwolf776 » Tue 18 Aug 2015 19:29

It is possible to turn off unit label blinking

I think it is, labels has a lot of parameters exposed in NDF_Win.

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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby ural » Sat 22 Aug 2015 11:39

And what about "Objective captured\Unit killed" textbox? It is possible to turn it off or make this text smaller as with chat text? :?:

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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby ural » Sat 22 Aug 2015 11:39

Soundwolf776 wrote:
It is possible to turn off unit label blinking

I think it is, labels has a lot of parameters exposed in NDF_Win.


Wow... How? :shock:

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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby The W:AB Noob » Thu 27 Aug 2015 19:45

Let me look into it...
Also, it is possible to delete the warning text entirely in ZZ_Win.dat\interface_ingame.dic
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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby ural » Wed 9 Sep 2015 17:42

Ohh,,, Thx. It will be perfect too. ;)

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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby ural » Sat 12 Sep 2015 13:45

Hello, Mr Noob. How are u?

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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby The W:AB Noob » Mon 14 Sep 2015 15:13

I did test it by modding the Position Module, which Narc Black told me some time ago caused the unit blinking. However, the game crashed. I think that it probably is possible to "turn it off", but we just don't know how yet.
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Re: It is possible to turn off unit label blinking and game chat\unit killed alert via modding?

Postby ural » Wed 23 Sep 2015 10:27

Argghhh... :? Anyway, thx for trying. I will believe. =)

But what about "unit destroyed" text box? I use text unit labels, so this text block is pretty distracting too. :roll:

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