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Geting the LRC value in the 2d Client - Help.

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by imported_EnigmaMaitreya, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. In UOKR they calculate and display all the things like LRC.

    Is there anything equivalent in the 2D client or does one need to simply ... add em up.

    Heck, as long as we are doing this, my memory is there was a World Map in the "Radar" gump of the 2D. Am I remembering this wrong? If not how the heck do you get it to display?

    In UOKR, the Large Map display many things, of interest here is were the Wondering Healers are. Is there any equivalent function in the 2D client?
     
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    nope just add them up on a note pad. I have each of my suit builds in a notebook by my computer, if I see/find a new armor piece, i just look in my notebook to see if it is better for my suit.

    no world map either, unless you used the approved uo auto map , then you had a world map.
     
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I have a spreadsheet for Excel where I track skills for my characters on one tab ... stats for each on separate tabs. On the stat page, I tailor the mods over the armor/jewels/weapon stuff for the character in question. DCI, DI, SSI, HCI, Regens for warrior; LRC, LMC, etc for the Mage ... etc.

    Typically just before logging a character off, I update it if needed. For the skills I also track where I've eaten scrolls, what is off on a soulstone, what's locked, up or down ... you name it.

    I can send ya a template to use if you like. PM me an email address that is NOT associated with your UO account and I'll send it to you. That goes for anyone reading this post.
     
  4. Black Sun

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    Finally! A practical use for excel!!!

    Well done my friend.
    *runs off to find where he hid his office install discs*