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#1

I am a Tryker Citizen, Tryker Guardian and Tryker Taliar. When I proceed to select any of these "Tryker" titles, I do not get a selection and get the following error in System Info: EluaParseError: [string "...."]:65: 'then' expected near '&' . I have checked with other "Tryker" players and they do have access to their "Tryker" titles. The only option s available is the link to go "Back" and "Refresh." I have selected another title to see if that would clear it up and it did not work. I also tried "Refresh" and it only brought me back to the Identity Info window.

I just hope I am not asked to show citizenship during this time ;)

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Peace, Luv & Cookies,
Inifuss

#2

I can not set the title.
I get this error message.
EluaExecuteError:[string"....."]:56:attempt to call method 'beginElement' (a nil value)

When I login, I get a window that is empty.
At the edge of the window is "please wait", but it did not happen.

#3

Hi folks,

Your titles should work correctly now. Please confirm.

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Sywindt | Game Master | EN, NL, de, fr

#4

Yes, it is now working correctly.

Thanks!

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Peace, Luv & Cookies,
Inifuss

#5

No, for me it's not yet.
Now have a new error message

EluaExecuteError:[string"--Display..."]:13: attempt to call method 'beginElement'(a nil value)

#6

Elawaria, are you on Windows, Linux or Mac? Are you using the latest Ryzom client (version 1.12.1)? You can see which version you are running duing the loading screen, top right.

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Sywindt | Game Master | EN, NL, de, fr

#7

I have version FV1.10.2 . I have a Ubuntu Linux machine.

I get my packages from this page:
https://launchpad.net/~kervala/+archive/ryzom

The latest packages are from 6 weeks

Where can I get the latest Ubuntu packages for Linux?

#8

Elawaria: You can download ryzom from its homepage. I don't know that launchpad package, but if it's like the official downloadable package, you can - inside a terminal window - simply "cd" into the location (e.g. "cd /opt/ryzom") and then run ryzom's update script ("./ryzom_update.sh"). It uses an rsync command to sync over the latest changes - only the differences are transferred, so the update process is very efficient.

#9

Have now to date and functioning

Thank you very much. :)
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