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What's wrong with hercules job sprite?

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Usually i can setup a hercules server a few months ago
now i tried the same method i used to and it seems i'm getting error

Resource File Loading fail
Àΰ£Á·\¸öÅë\³²\costume_1\Ãʺ¸ÀÚ_³²_1.act
sprite\Àΰ£Á·\¸öÅë\³²\costume_1\Ãʺ¸ÀÚ_³²_1.act

this sprite is the job sprite. i'm not so sure why it's happening i tried switching between clients (2015 and 2016 clients) but the same result. tried different version of nemo.
then i tried setting up rAthena server using the same Client side. and it works just fine. no error

I'm using latest herc and Rathena (as of today) to do the testing.

Thanks in advance!
 

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It clearly states that it's missing some file.

It isn't server side error, rather it's client side error. You should probably check your client setup.

You might have body style saved and those files aren't present in your client.

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1 hour ago, Dastgir said:

It clearly states that it's missing some file.

It isn't server side error, rather it's client side error. You should probably check your client setup.

You might have body style saved and those files aren't present in your client.

I did check and its missing a file but the thing is the same client side works on rathena. or older version of hercules.
i'm not so sure why is the job sprite suddenly require to be inside of "costume_1" folder and have _1 on their ending name.
 

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4 minutes ago, rans said:

I did check and its missing a file but the thing is the same client side works on rathena. or older version of hercules.
i'm not so sure why is the job sprite suddenly require to be inside of "costume_1" folder and have _1 on their ending name.
 

Probably re-read the last sentence?

You might have unknowingly used body style command or npc or UI, and changed to other style, so it's been saved, so when you login again, it tries to use that body style and it cannot be found.

Surely on other emulator you are trying, they might not be pointing to same database, so for them, it's normal character with no body style attached to them.

 

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Just now, Dastgir said:

Probably re-read the last sentence?

You might have unknowingly used body style command or npc or UI, and changed to other style, so it's been saved, so when you login again, it tries to use that body style and it cannot be found.

Surely on other emulator you are trying, they might not be pointing to same database, so for them, it's normal character with no body style attached to them.

 

Sorry i'm not really getting what your trying to explain to me.
but a few test i've already done is to use other account/ create new account
reset the setup.exe
and use other client folder using hercules too but different server just trying to connect with clientinfo.xml
all the same result for just this one trunk. but on the older trunk it works just fine.

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i did try to add a dummy sprite to that missing file. and it seems to be a job sprite. but when i try to change to another job it resulted to another missing file error.

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6 minutes ago, rans said:

Sorry i'm not really getting what your trying to explain to me.
but a few test i've already done is to use other account/ create new account
reset the setup.exe
and use other client folder using hercules too but different server just trying to connect with clientinfo.xml
all the same result for just this one trunk. but on the older trunk it works just fine.

 

Download that and save to your grf.

You might have used @bodystyle atcommand which changed your appearance.

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3 hours ago, Dastgir said:

 

Download that and save to your grf.

You might have used @bodystyle atcommand which changed your appearance.

Thanks!

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