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    properly end mission on all clients

    Thank you guys! I got it working with "End1" call BIS_fnc_endMissionServer; in the -On Activation- field of the trigger. This seems to be best practice, and works with the different endings defined in description.ext It seems strange to me that triggers can't be adjusted for global or local triggering via the dropdown menus at the top, but whatevs.. It works, and I'm happy!
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    properly end mission on all clients

    Well, the problem is locality I think. I have done what you said (first part in description, second part in trigger) and it works fine singleplayer, but not in multiplayer. here's my setup: trigger 1 is set to execute when the synced owner is present (opfor) trigger 2 is set to execute when synced owner (blufor) is present both triggers have their respective "call BIS_fnc_endMission" that refers to the description.ext. When my friend and I test it on our LAN, it works for me, but not for him. When he enters the opfor trigger as opfor, I get a MISSION FAILED, but he gets nothing. He keeps being able to run around in the mission. This must mean that the script is not run on clients, hence my suspicion of locality issues.
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    properly end mission on all clients

    Ok, so what you're saying is that my trigger calls a script in my mission folder that contains BIS_fnc_endMission? Is it because whatever is put in the "on activation" of a trigger only executes locally?
  4. Hey guys! I have a mission where players can choose to be blufor, opfor and independent. Each leader of a faction has an endtrigger synced to them that should end the mission when the unit enters it. I have the triggers and debriefing working fine in singleplayer, but in multiplayer I am not able to force the end on the clients even though I use [endMission, "END1" ] call BIS_fnc_MP; in the respective trigger for each side. What am I doing wrong? I found a lot of threads where people say to execute the functions on the clients, but I just can't seem to grasp how to do this. Cheers!
  5. Well I actually do a little bit of editing (both vid and audio), but you're probably right about not needing more. Ok, I will definately check out some SDD! Thanks for your help!
  6. Ok thanks for the info! I'm doing it on a pretty tight budget of 700-750€, so unfortunately I'm not really able to get the newest "shiny" stuff. Also, I have external HDD's for music, movies etc so I only need to accomodate what should always physically be on the machine :D True, a CPU upgrade to the one you mentioned is probably necessary for it to be durable in the long therm. Ouch my economy hurts! Yeah, I think the offer I spotted was for DDR3 1800, but not shure. But it doesn't matter, since I probably have to get twice(!) as much memory as you say. Believe it or not, but I'm running XP 32bit :cool:
  7. Hi So I'm building a new gaming desktop to be ready for Arma 3 (and other upcoming titles) and I'm currently looking at what components I want in it. If any PC-buffs could tell me if this build is solid, I would appreciate it :D CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-2300 Processor (2.8GHz) http://ark.intel.com/products/52206/Int ... o-3_10-GHz MOTHERBOARD: P67A-GD65 (B3) http://www.msi.com/product/mb/P67A-GD65 ... div=Detail GRAPHICS: N670GTX-PM2D2GD5/OC http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N670GTX- ... cification -is there a difference wether the GTX is from ASUS or MSI? RAM: Kingston Hyperx 4GB DIMM DDR3 HDD: Good ol' Western Digital blue wd3200bpvt (320GB, 2.5", SATA-300) I'm still not sure about power supply, but perhaps I will update when I've had a look around. Let me know what you think! Any comments are appreciated :cool:
  8. Hey! Bought the game a few months back and I've enjoyed it immensely. Had a bit of experience with Flashpoint, but was told that the community in Arma was better. Just wonderin' if there was any groups in my timezone that have the capacity for a relative noob? Also, I've noticed that a lot of the public servers are sporting some kind of mod(s), so which ones should I get to improve my chances of finding servers I can play on? Thanks
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