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UOAM Spasticity

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by Reinzeld, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. Reinzeld

    Reinzeld Seasoned Veteran
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    Okay, I'm officially looking for help.

    I know UOAM is no longer being updated, but for some reason every time I start it, I have to recalculate (or whatever it calls it) the Felucca and Trammel maps. It's gotten old! Anyone have an idea how to stop it?
     
  2. Guest

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    I have heard for other uoam users that you should go to delucia and recalibrate uoam there. seems to correct the problem. Then again this could just be bs, but it is what I remember reading somewhere, recently (in the last 3 weeks).

    But I am not sure as I have never used uoam. never found much use for it, since I never treasure hunted.

    cross fingers for you that this might work.
     
  3. Basara

    Basara UO Forum Moderator
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    If you download and run UOAssist, it will take are of this most of the time as well.

    And, there was some cooperation between the makers of UOAssist & UOAM to make it to where you don't have to actually buy UOA to have it to calibrate UOAM; just have it running. So, you can download the UOA trial, then just use it to start 2D. The only time I have issues with UOAM anymore is when UOA is temporarily out of sync after a client publish.

    And, if you aren't going to be using UOAM, you can still start 2D the normal way.

    P.S. I posted a revised version of the UOAM Treasure map file (that stopped being downloaded with the program a couple years ago) on the Treasure Hunter forum, modified to show both the THB and Goodman system numbers for each map point.