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Old 09-24-2003, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default 21-24 Sept (inclusive) UI Changes on Test

Disclaimer: As always, this is a comparision of the new default files to the previous default files. Sizes and locations are specific to those files, and may need to be adjusted to "fit" in your custom files appropriately.

Files changed with this patch:

EQUI_ActionsWindow.xml
EQUI_BazaarSearchWnd.xml
EQUI_FindLocationWnd.xml
EQUI_OptionsWindow.xml

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Old 09-24-2003, 03:32 PM   #2
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IF you have a custom EQUI_ActionsWindow.xml file, open using a text editor (Word, WordPerfect, NotePad, etc.) and using the Search or Find function:

Find:

<Button item = "AMP_InviteButton">


Immediately before that line, ADD:

<Button item = "AMP_EndFindButton">
<ScreenID>AMP_EndFindButton</ScreenID>
<!--<Font>3</Font>-->
<RelativePosition>true</RelativePosition>
<Location>
<X>10</X>
<Y>10</Y>
</Location>
<Size>
<CX>90</CX>
<CY>20</CY>
</Size>
<Text>End Find</Text>
<TextColor>
<R>255</R>
<G>255</G>
<B>255</B>
</TextColor>
<ButtonDrawTemplate>
<Normal>A_BtnNormal</Normal>
<Pressed>A_BtnPressed</Pressed>
<Flyby>A_BtnFlyby</Flyby>
<Disabled>A_BtnDisabled</Disabled>
<PressedFlyby>A_BtnPressedFlyby</PressedFlyby>
</ButtonDrawTemplate>
</Button>


Find:

<Pieces>AMP_FindButton</Pieces>


Immediately after that line, ADD:

<Pieces>AMP_EndFindButton</Pieces>
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Old 09-24-2003, 03:33 PM   #3
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IF you have a custom EQUI_BazaarSearchWnd.xml file, open using a text editor (Word, WordPerfect, NotePad, etc.) and using the Search or Find function:

Find:

<Button item = "BZR_QueryButton">


Immediately before that line, ADD:

<Button item = "BZR_FindTraderButton">
<ScreenID>BZR_FindTraderButton</ScreenID>
<!--<Font>3</Font>-->
<RelativePosition>true</RelativePosition>
<TooltipReference>Create a path from you to the selected trader.</TooltipReference>
<AutoStretch>true</AutoStretch>
<LeftAnchorOffset>440</LeftAnchorOffset>
<TopAnchorOffset>24</TopAnchorOffset>
<RightAnchorOffset>530</RightAnchorOffset>
<BottomAnchorOffset>4</BottomAnchorOffset>
<TopAnchorToTop>false</TopAnchorToTop>
<BottomAnchorToTop>false</BottomAnchorToTop>
<LeftAnchorToLeft>true</LeftAnchorToLeft>
<RightAnchorToLeft>true</RightAnchorToLeft>
<Text>Find Trader</Text>
<TextColor>
<R>255</R>
<G>255</G>
<B>255</B>
</TextColor>
<ButtonDrawTemplate>
<Normal>A_BtnNormal</Normal>
<Pressed>A_BtnPressed</Pressed>
<Flyby>A_BtnFlyby</Flyby>
<Disabled>A_BtnDisabled</Disabled>
<PressedFlyby>A_BtnPressedFlyby</PressedFlyby>
</ButtonDrawTemplate>
<!--<SoundPressed/>-->
<!--<SoundUp/>-->
<!--<SoundFlyby/>-->
</Button>


Find:

<Button item = "BZR_QueryButton">
<ScreenID>BZR_QueryButton</ScreenID>
<!--<Font>3</Font>-->
<RelativePosition>true</RelativePosition>
<TooltipReference>Search the Bazaar for a list of items that match your search criteria.</TooltipReference>
<Location>
<X>37</X>
<Y>345</Y>
</Location>
<Size>
<CX>60</CX>
<CY>20</CY>
</Size>
<Text>Find</Text>


CHANGE:

<Location>
<X>37</X>
<Y>345</Y>
</Location>

TO:

<Location>
<X>28</X>
<Y>345</Y>
</Location>

CHANGE:

<Size>
<CX>60</CX>
<CY>20</CY>
</Size>

TO:

<Size>
<CX>78</CX>
<CY>20</CY>
</Size>

CHANGE:

<Text>Find</Text>

TO:

<Text>Find Items</Text>


Find:

<Pieces>BZR_RequestItemButton</Pieces>


Immediately after that line, ADD:

<Pieces>BZR_FindTraderButton</Pieces>
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Old 09-24-2003, 03:34 PM   #4
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IF you have a custom EQUI_FindLocationWnd.xml file, open using a text editor (Word, WordPerfect, NotePad, etc.) and using the Search or Find function:

Find and DELETE:

<Button item = "FLW_EndFindButton">
<ScreenID>FLW_EndFindButton</ScreenID>
<!--<Font>3</Font>-->
<RelativePosition>true</RelativePosition>
<AutoStretch>true</AutoStretch>
<LeftAnchorOffset>30</LeftAnchorOffset>
<TopAnchorOffset>22</TopAnchorOffset>
<RightAnchorOffset>30</RightAnchorOffset>
<BottomAnchorOffset>2</BottomAnchorOffset>
<TopAnchorToTop>false</TopAnchorToTop>
<BottomAnchorToTop>false</BottomAnchorToTop>
<RightAnchorToLeft>false</RightAnchorToLeft>
<!--<TooltipReference/>-->
<Style_Checkbox>false</Style_Checkbox>
<Text>End Find</Text>
<TextColor>
<R>255</R>
<G>255</G>
<B>255</B>
</TextColor>
<ButtonDrawTemplate>
<Normal>A_BtnNormal</Normal>
<Pressed>A_BtnPressed</Pressed>
<Flyby>A_BtnFlyby</Flyby>
<Disabled>A_BtnDisabled</Disabled>
<PressedFlyby>A_BtnPressedFlyby</PressedFlyby>
</ButtonDrawTemplate>
<!--<SoundPressed/>-->
<!--<SoundUp/>-->
<!--<SoundFlyby/>-->
</Button>

Find and DELETE:


<Pieces>FLW_EndFindButton</Pieces>
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Old 09-24-2003, 03:34 PM   #5
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IF you have a custom EQUI_OptionsWindow.xml file ...

While it shows the file as having been downloaded (indicating possible change), I am unable to find anything that has actually been altered. If someone else can find an alteration in the file, please post.
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