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Blitzer134

crB_UnitCaching

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Hm, don't be offended mate but I don't think anyone would be motivated to help you out with you just providing one sentence to your problem.

How about telling us more about the scripts/mods you refer to in more detail before making a request?

Doing so will help everyone (including me) who don't know anything about your topic understanding more and will eventually lead into solving your problem.

Without knowing anything about "crB_UnitCaching" I'd say just look for the hint/hintsilent-command in the script files which contains the specific text which is showing on your screen.

Once you found out the scriptline, just delete or comment it for it to disappear.

Every "advanced" text editing program like Notepad++ has a function to search recursively in folders so this would be an easy task I'd say :>

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crB_UnitCaching modified by Wolffy.au when playing keep on getting hint about how many units cached in top right corner I've put // to disable it but don't want to delete anything because not sure what to do

{

if (!(_x in allGroups)) then {

cep_cached_grps = cep_cached_grps - [_x];

};

} forEach cep_cached_grps;

if(_str != format["%1/%2 Cached Groups %3/%4/%5 Active/Suspended/Cached Units", count cep_cached_grps, count allGroups, (count allUnits) - cep_tls, cep_tls, cep_unit_count]) then {

_str = format["%1/%2 Cached Groups %3/%4/%5 Active/Suspended/Cached Units", count cep_cached_grps, count allGroups, (count allUnits) - cep_tls, cep_tls, cep_unit_count];

diag_log format["MSO-%1 CEP Caching # %2", time, _str];

hint format["MSO-%1 CEP Caching # %2", time, _str];;

};

_timex = time + 30;

_allunitsx = count allUnits;

waitUntil{(count allUnits > (_allunitsx * 1.1)) || time > _timex};

};

};

that's all I can find with hint how to disable ?

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//diag_log format["MSO-%1 CEP Caching # %2", time, _str];
//hint format["MSO-%1 CEP Caching # %2", time, _str];

This will do the trick.

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