Oz's Static Gump (An in Game Pandora's Box)

Oz's Static Gump (An in Game Pandora's Box) 4

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Mostly for those who have the older server builds that cannot upgrade the .net framework so others can work with the older versions of the build if they need.
I will not be working on this project after this for it takes me weeks to build up the motivation to work on it
Then another week or two to finalize the rebuild of internal gumps.


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This version adds more gumps to the menu to ensure that you can add more statics to the this tool.

In the Main Static Gump you can add up to 22 Commands for statics (There are 20)

The items are as organized as I can make them and seperated into parts.

--- Side Gumps---

Since I do not have a client above 7.015.1 and have no intentions of updating to a later client this leaves me lagging behind on
the itemIDs. I have this up to date to 7.0.15.1 but that doesn't change the fact that the most current client outdates this even before
the project was made. I had fun working on it, though in the end burnt out. I would have taken more time to organize the items in each
part but my interest became fleeting in this project. As I write this I am nearing completion of my customization of my shard.

I will leave example gumps in the main folder. DO NOT ADD THE EXAMPLE GUMPS TO YOUR SERVUO BUILD.

These are to help YOU to create gumps of your own to fit your shard's customization.

I will include the partings gump as well as the static scroller gumps.

I built the scroller gumps and have the layout mostly prebuilt for you, so all you have to do is remove the /* */ hashes I put in or change them
around. If you have questions, feel free to send me a message
This is just a quick fix for the issue with Addfence. It is still v. 3.0 (which means there is the alternative gump)
This is a heads up to those using an older version of ServUO and haven't updated their network framework. I will not be adding more to the deprecated versioning of the scripts.

What does this mean?

This means any updates from here on out will be serviced geared towards versions of servUO from December of 2019 to now. If this doesn't work due to a $ sign or other little symbols, you need to update your network framework for this to work, or to use the older versions that support it. The sidegump updates (much like the static gump itself) Will ONLY be supported from a servUO build that has network framework v 4.7.2 or higher support.

This is to make it easier on ME, the creator of this tool to work on it instead of offering backwards support for older versions of ServUO.

This does not mean that the older version will not work. They still will. This is to say - When I upload the updates I want them to work, I am running on network framework v 4.7.2 for my server build and cannot support backwards compatibility without an older version of servUO which I do not have and will not go out of my way to grab.
This has 2 versions of the Static tool gump, one doesn't have all the customization to it while the other does.

The alternative version is a lot like the very first version of the static gump. Please remove one of the gumps. This version isn't as plug and play, you will need to test both gumps and see which one either suits your tastes better, or which one works the best with your server.
This is a fix to the last page crashing. (Didn't stress test it before uploading it, now it's fixed)
Gumps don't refresh to page 1 unless you click on the button to bring the gump up twice.

Same gump type calls close previous gumps. This is to help with making sure your gump doesn't crash your client.

Only downside - You can't click the back button on page 0. At least you can stay on the same page neh?
I had all of my custom statics in the customs when it was supposed to just have an example. Don't want to be bogging your stuff down with all of the customs that might not exist on your client.
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New Version, More stuff, and even a piece of the tool that lets you add custom things without editing the rest!

Hope you enjoy it!

It's basically a server side Pandora's box. Plug and and play and it's good to go. The only thing you may need to do is edit some of the side gumps to add more things to your each menu or possibly remove them!
I had a hiccup and didn't do the x -1 right, it was doing x -3.