I'll update this script once SourceForge gets its act together.
In the meantime, anyone that has trouble can simply copy/paste the following line into the CLI and press enter:
Code:set _version_BalesUniversalRecovery = 3.15
UR should probably not try to acquire Homeopathic Elixirs or anti-anti-antidotes from Doc Galactik when he's away for the nuclear autumn.
I'm a little surprised that nobody complained until now. I've committed changes to allow UR to play nice with Nuclear Autumn, including the use of Internal Soda Machine.
Speaking of Nuclear Autumn. Y'all might want to "set baleUr_DontUseHotTub = true", because the hot tub removes rad sickness and timing that is useful. I got burned a couple times when I was going to manually heal at the chateau and typed "burn -0" to burn my MP first only to have UR trigger and use the hot tub. At least, I assume it was UR, because hot tub was not check in mafia.
Any chance that your changes to the script are causing UR to no longer be capable of restoring in other avatar paths? I'm in a WoL run and was having no issues yesterday all the way back in r17128 (or similar) but today after the updates I just get this message:
I figured well maybe the update needs the latest version of Mafia, but the problem persists after going to r17145. I am not out of meat, have not ascended, have not lost access to any areas etc. If there is any more information I can include, please let me know!Code:Restoring HP! Currently at 108 of 223 HP, 425 of 430 MP, current meat: 89921 ... Target HP = 212. Did not fully restore HP for some reason.
Oh, heck. Yeah, that was my fault. I made a typo which I'm fixing now. It's amazing how much of a difference it makes if you switch equals with not-equals.
Update the script now and things should work fine.
I am getting nearly constant "Did not fully restore HP for some reason." "Did not fully restore MP for some reason." errors using this script in HC NA. I'd love to give you more info, but that's all the info it gives me. It doesn't tell me what it's trying to use so I can determine what the problem is.