GrimJoker wrote:Hi. Thanks for the great tool! But I have a quick question: will this work for loading my current war layout onto my regular one? I mean, i put a lot more effort into designing war bases, and i don't want to mirror it, building by building. Is it possible to load a war layout as a regular layout? So far i've been getting 1010 status codes
Transferring war base onto regular and vice versa should work fine. Status 1010 means one of the structures is being placed on top of another one. There are 2 possible reasons for that:
- You have junk on your base where a building should be placed.
Clear the junk and then try again.
- There is a (new) building in the base which is not saved in the file. When you load the layout from file, this new building is not moved and some other building is trying to move onto the same place.
Open your war base in editor mode. See if you have any buildings on the ribbon. Place them on the field and save changes. Then export your war layout to a file and import the file to your regular base.
DarthVacc wrote:So, what's the word on using this with iOS devices and an iMac / MacBook as your core computer? I got a little lost in all these posts to understand whether it's even possible to use this base swapping method with Apple products.
Well, there are a few options to run this (or other Windows apps) on Mac:
Honestly I don't have Mac to test either of these options, so you'll have to explore them yourself.
DarthVacc wrote:And honestly, using an emulator to root my device is not something I'm particularly comfortable with doing, let alone fully understanding what I'm doing. I'm guessing most people aren't... any updates or thoughts on this would appreciated. Thx!
Rooting a device and using an emulator are two different paths.
Emulator gives you a kind of "virtual device". Virtual machines/devices are good in a way that they are created easily and for free, you can do whatever you want to them, then just discard them.
While rooting you real phone/tablet may be sophisticated and may have security/warranty impact (depending on device), doing the same with a virtual one is easy and won't harm. Even if you screw it (which is unlikely) you can dispose it and create a new one with a few clicks.
joshuatree wrote:do you have any idea what went wrong with the fb authentication?
What SWC does is totally different from what FB's tutorial talks about. FB has examples but they don't work with SWC app key (says "connection from this domain is not enabled"). If I try to reuse SWC's requests it seems to work in browser but ends up opening a link looking like "fbconnect://success#164se68fs68f4se6f84". Looks like fbconnect is a specific schema and has to be registered system-wide to open this type of links in your custom app. I can google how to register URL schemes but I don't wanna tamper with users' system.
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