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Zelik posted a topic in WIPUpdated to 34.28 Sorry for taking so long guys, I switched jobs and I spend most of my free time trying to figure out this being a father thing lol. My son is only 8 months old and I spend all of my free time with him. He and his mother went on "vacation" to visit family out of town so I finally got time to complete the mod. Sorry, and I hope everyone hasn't lost interest. When you choose one of the custom hairstyles at the character creation menu the character preview will show the player bald. Don't freak out, that is completely normal and as of right now there is no way to change it. There are 2 different versions, both included in the download. One is for players that use Jab's ModelLoader and the other is for players that don't. Either way the install instructions are included. Have fun!!! Download Alternate Download If you enjoy this content feel free to Donate. FYI, the mod is still currently beta, though it works perfectly fine. It's only beta because I'm not finished adding hairstyles for men and I haven't even started adding beards or hairstyles for the women. I have actually created my own tools to make it easier, once production is finished I will release the tools also, that way everyone can add their own hairstyles to the game easily. ALSO...Do not add my mod to any modpacks.
Sledgehammer is a “Module-Event” engine designed for the multiplayer game-mode for Project Zomboid. Modules are loaded through the use of Java’s Classloader library, through JAR files (Java Archive File). Modules are given access to core components of the game, as well as utilities to handle a wide variety of needs for each individual module. Targeting specific needs of Project Zomboid Multiplayer management, Administrators can deploy solutions based on their specific needs quickly, and properly, avoiding hard-coding and non-standard code practices that occur when modding multiplayer games. Instructions This is a java mod, so in order to install this, copy the folders inside "PZ Files" folder in the download, and paste them into the folder containing the server files, and replace when asked by your OS. (Download) - Sledgehammer - (2.05_04)(Build 34.28) (Plug-ins) (will redo section soon) - Factions - (1.04_03) (SH - 2.05_04) - IRC-Bot - (1.05) (SH - 2.05_04) - Permissions - (1.02_02 BETA) (SH - 2.05_04) - Discord-Bot - (1.00_03_BETA) (SH - 2.04_04) Commands Developer Information Release notes Official Test Server Special thanks to Terminus for supporting the first versions of SledgeHammer. Thanks to your support, this mod has matured and Project Zomboid multiplayer will benefit from this.
The ModelLoader is currently Unavailable for download. There is instead an open letter here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/31589881/PZ/ModelLoader/ModelLoader.html Purpose: The purpose of this mod is to expose and modify the model loading portion of the game in order to support customized models and their functions to be properly imported into the game. Instructions: Builds: Documentation: ITEM SCRIPTING: ChangeLog:
Flaros posted a topic in HelpI've been attempting to get a basic server running for about 5 hours now. I've tried using the in game hosting option and inviting another player to join me (I've also had the player in question try to click on my username and join me that way). However, they are unable to do so even after I send an invitation. The server, among other things, kicked her out due to "files not matching the server's [settings/files/something]" So there's that faint glimmer of hope right before being kicked in the balls. So here's my question guys. Can you guys end my nightmare? Can you show me how to use the Project Zomboid game through the Host option to actually start a server where other players can join. The Host option in game, I would imagine, was put there to make things easier and not horribly frustrating. To add insult to injury, the player trying to join my server is connected to my Wi-Fi which should in theory make the process easier as we're on the exact same network. If I had hair to pull out, I would have been pulling it out the past 4 hours. No tutorials or guides have worked and most content I find is from 2014 or 2015 which does not help me in 2016 running version 34.28 I've tried making it public, removing passwords, everything. My firewall indicates that the 16261 port is in fact open. While my Xfinity account is actually preventing me from opening that port because... screw my life I guess. So can anyone, please, please, please, tell me how to simply Host a server using the Project Zomboid game's Host option. I imagine it was put there to make things easy but it's been nothing but four hour headache and a waste of money for the other player who purchased the game exclusively to play with me Co-Op/Server. Thank you so much in advance. I love this game and it kills me that I can't enjoy it with my friends. Warmest Regards Sean / Flaros