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  1. Thank you both for the advice. I will move forward with using a newer client and post the details of my experiment and its results here. Edit I did the following: Used Rytech's release of 2017-06-14b, Configured using the continued NEMO Patcher using the recommended patches, Updated server (src/map/mmo.h) to use the correct PACKETVER, Ran the server and tested the client. Results The newer client was able to fix the visual artifacts on the screen. Findings From my review of Hercules and rAthena, NEMO and available clients, it seems that 2017-06-14b is the most stable client that is most used. Various reasons were because: themida software protection on the newer clients, making it difficult for newer clients to be hex editable rAthena's focus to support only RagexeRE (and not including Ragexe and RagexeZero); understandable because of limited development and testing resources I'll make use of this client. Again, thanks for the recommendation guys.
  2. Hello there, Do you guys have an idea what is causing this visual error? I'm not sure if it's cause by: corrupted map files bad client configuration some other client file that i haven't configured Issue Black spots show up in only certain parts of the map. It appears to be some kind of tiling issue, or resource problem. Client in use 2014-02-05bRagexe.exe Completely updated client using rsu-kro-rag-lite.exe as of December 14, 2018. Hercules Server version Hercules 32-bit for Windows Git revision (src): '6b3a70adefd5eea89ad4144a48c24501e4cdfa52' Git revision (scripts): '6b3a70adefd5eea89ad4144a48c24501e4cdfa52' Operating system Windows 8 Enterprise (build 9200) [x86_64] If there's missing information I need to provide, please let me know what I need to share. Thanks in advance!
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    This program automates some of the tedious manual process of building a plugin into your Hercules server on a Windows Machine. It follows the instructions on the Hercules Wiki. From the guide linked, this does steps 1 to 10 of the Old Method (for Windows). The requirements are still the same (IDE, etc.). This simply manages the repetitive things that need to be done manually. It also performs error checking so that it's newbie friendly. What does it do? 1. Locates `YourProject.c`. 2. Locates your Hercules folder. 3. Copies your `YourProject.c` file into your `hercules/src/plugins/` folder. 4. Select which visual studio project to use. 5. Copies the `plugin-sample.vcxproj` template into your own `YourProject.vcxproj`. 6. Opens the `YourProject.vcxproj` and replace all instances of: <ProjectName>plugin-sample</projectname> into <ProjectName>YourProject</projectname> 7. Replaces: <TargetName Condition="'$(Configuration)|$(Platform)'=='Debug|Win32'">sample</targetname> into <TargetName Condition="'$(Configuration)|$(Platform)'=='Debug|Win32'">YourProject</targetname> 8. Replace: <ClCompile Include="..\src\plugins\sample.c" /> into <ClCompile Include="..\src\plugins\YourProject.c" /> 9. Finally, instructs you to do the remaining things, as specified in the Hercules Wikipedia.