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Harlech #1 Posted Jun 07 2012 - 18:30

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I do apologize, as this may seem to be a noobish question.

OK, I am smart enough (lol) to get XVM up and running.

Is there a way to get the stats in the game, and the scrolling damage, without tinkering with the default in-game target markers? Would this be accomplished by not placing one of the .swf files into the folder, or by a special configuration?

I do ok tinkering in the config files, but there are SO many options in there, and the online config writers are (sorry to say) not very descriptive of what they are changing. Could be because some are written in Russian, and are being translated, but I am usually pretty good about being able to read around that.

Thanks ahead of time.

Oh, and is there a link or a file, that explains ALL the options in XVM, how to read the chart output etc? I have several people in my clan that would like to make a sticky post out of it.

husband #2 Posted Jun 07 2012 - 18:36

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same here

Dukebarry #3 Posted Jun 07 2012 - 20:58

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http://www.koreanran...configurations/

There are also configurations within the xvm file folder in the wot game folder. Look under samples

JDCollie #4 Posted Jun 08 2012 - 21:42

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I recall finding an online app that allowed you to generate a XVM.config file based upon the settings you choose. Anyone know where to find that?


EDIT: I'm a retard.  It's listed in the readme file... derp.

https://sites.google...wiki/xvm-editor

Edited by JDCollie, Jun 08 2012 - 22:21.