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  1. Offers by PM please. Does anyone want to give a PC on the remaining items? Send by PM please. I've been out of the game quite a while so I'm not sure about prices.
  2. I'm looking to sell some rares. Sailboat maple 61.9ql Carving knife 91ql Hammer 77ql woa83 coc84 Needle 72ql Needle 71ql coc43 Needle 81ql woa83 coc83 Pickaxe 76ql woa95 coc102 Sickle 91ql Small anvil 73ql woa72 coc67 Lantern 71ql Iron lamp 50ql white 224/224/224 Iron lamp 51ql white 224/224/224 Fruit press oak 63ql Carving knife 91ql Butchering knife 80ql coc90 Rake 70.8ql Hatchet 89ql woa66 coc71 Sickle 35ql Trowel 74ql File 72ql Saw 73ql woa67 Statuette of Fo gold 39.7ql Forge 59ql Leather jacket 67.9ql aosp22 Lantern 77ql Spatula oak 50ql Clay shaper birch 82ql Chain set: Supremes: Chain gauntlet bronze 59.9ql Short bow maple n91 coc95 Offers by PM please.
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    Well, I started from scratch with the characters. Deleted the one with no gear and started again. I do wish this setting defaults to off, I've changed it now anyway, hope that my post helps some others.
  4. Thank you bdew, this is the bit that I was missing. I've extracted a .properties file from the .jar and put it into the /mods folder. From this I've learnt two more things: - I didn't need to rerun the patcher, the mod loaded up - leaving the settings commented doesn't seem to actually deactivate them e.g. #enableSeasonsCommand=true enableSeasonsMotd=false first line still is in effect even though commented out, suggesting that it is the default setting (not what I understood from the readme for the modloader) second line explicitly overrides the default which would be set to true if this line was commented Hopefully this is me done now. Summary: Download and install modloader for server (and client if required) by unpacking the zip into the server folder i.e. Steam\steamapps\common\Wurm Unlimited\WurmServerLauncher there should end up being a /mods folder within the server folder Run patcher file Start patched server, resulting in .config files being generated in the /mods folder these can be used to configure the mod, maybe the default settings are written there? But commented out, override if required (remove # from front of settings) Close server for now Extract .properties files from the .jar of the mod using 7zip, place them in the /mods folder this is required to enable the mods
  5. I've interpreted this as that is not required i.e. the .properties file gets looked for in the .jar if it is not found otherwise. Well, I will try that anyway!
  6. I believe the .properties files are inside the .jar of the mod. The .config files get generated automatically when I start the server, if a new mod is in the /mods folder - a .jar in the folder named that mod. So I think this is not the issue. Thanks though.
  7. This hasn't worked for creatureagemod with these settings: increaseGrowthUntilAge=12 increaseGrowthTimer=16 Hasn't worked for harvesthelper with these settings: enableSeasonsCommand=true enableSeasonsMotd=true [18:19:48] Unknown command: /seasons Those are the ones that should be easy to test. I have tried removing the WurmServerLauncher-patched.exe before running patcher.bat but it doesn't get replaced so I just put it back. Can anyone confirm that these mods work for them with server v1.6.3.2?
  8. I did try this, even removing the patched .exe file first, but the patcher claims that server.jar is already patched. What is the process? If this is the crucial easy step I'm missing that would be great!