Post by JRavens on Jul 23, 2016 0:34:07 GMT
I have no earthly clue what In Combat Service does other than wild guess based on it's name (are you in combat?)
It's one of several services that simply contain the service name 1 or 2 bits (in any)
In Combat Service simply contains two Float32 values of "5"
What those fives indicate I do not know. Quick someone get out there and start testing! Report your findings soldier!
Full code from In Combat Service:
<object hash="142371CF"> // InCombatService
<field hash="1EE89A13" type="BinHex">55012AA3E5060002</field>
<field hash="7D2D7152" type="String">InCombatService</field>
<field hash="C821B0C6" type="String">incombatservice:incombatservice.fcxincombatservice</field>
<field hash="47D000CB" type="Float32">5</field>
<field hash="CC6D7CB5" type="Float32">5</field>
Post by Valky on Jul 23, 2016 1:28:02 GMT
<object hash="6E167DD5"> = <object name="Template">
I think because it's in a Template directory (and you can find those everywhere) those values will not change anything.
I had this hash-object very much times now, and no matter where and what i changed: nothing takes effect