OTC Module – Debug UI

When you create new module, you always got problems with OTUI design. Why X element is on that position? What am I clicking?

I can’t solve all these problems, but my module can help you debug your UI without milion prints to console.

With this module you can easily view tree of elements on given position (under mouse cursor):

It also works before login:

modules/client_ui_debug/client_ui_debug.otmod

Module
  name: client_ui_debug
  description: Draws tree of widgets on mouse position
  author: Gesior.pl
  reloadable: false
  sandboxed: true
  scripts: [ client_ui_debug ]
  @onLoad: init()
  @onUnload: terminate()

modules/client_ui_debug/client_ui_debug.otui

HighlightWidget < Panel
  id: highlightWidget
  background-color: #AA000099
  focusable: false
  phantom: true

Panel
  id: clientUiDebug
  anchors.top: parent.top
  anchors.left: parent.left
  anchors.right: parent.right
  height: 20
  margin-top: 1
  focusable: false

  UILabel
    id: clientUiDebugLabel
    color: #FF7777
    background-color: #00000099
    anchors.fill: parent
    text-align: left
    text-auto-resize: false
    padding: 2
    font: verdana-11px-antialised

modules/client_ui_debug/client_ui_debug.lua

local clientUiDebug
local clientUiDebugLabel
local clientUiDebugHighlightWidget

function onClientUiDebuggerMouseMove(mouseBindWidget, mousePos, mouseMove)
    local widgets = rootWidget:recursiveGetChildrenByPos(mousePos)

    local smallestWidget
    for _, widget in pairs(widgets) do
        if (widget:getId() ~= 'highlightWidget' and widget:getId() ~= 'toolTip') then
            if (not smallestWidget or
                    (widget:getSize().width <= smallestWidget:getSize().width and widget:getSize().height <= smallestWidget:getSize().height)
            ) then
                smallestWidget = widget
            end
        end
    end
    if smallestWidget then
        clientUiDebugHighlightWidget:setPosition(smallestWidget:getPosition())
        clientUiDebugHighlightWidget:setSize(smallestWidget:getSize())
        clientUiDebugHighlightWidget:raise()
    end

    local widgetNames = {}
    for wi = #widgets, 1, -1 do
        local widget = widgets[wi]
        if (widget:getId() ~= 'highlightWidget') then
            table.insert(widgetNames, widget:getClassName() .. '#' .. widget:getId())
        end
    end
    clientUiDebugLabel:setText(table.concat(widgetNames, " -> "))
end

function init()
    connect(rootWidget, {
        onMouseMove = onClientUiDebuggerMouseMove,
    })
    clientUiDebug = g_ui.displayUI('client_ui_debug')
    clientUiDebugLabel = clientUiDebug:getChildById('clientUiDebugLabel')
    clientUiDebugHighlightWidget = g_ui.createWidget('HighlightWidget', rootWidget)
end

function terminate()
    disconnect(rootWidget, {
        onMouseMove = onClientUiDebuggerMouseMove,
    })
    clientUiDebug:destroy()
    clientUiDebugHighlightWidget:destroy()
end

at end of modules list in modules/client/client.otmod add:

- client_ui_debug

[TFS 1.x+] Generate big depot

LUA code to generate backpack full of backpacks:

function fillContainer(container, level, innerContainerCount)
    if level > 0 then
        for i = 1, innerContainerCount do
            local innerContainer = Game.createItem(2000)
            container:addItemEx(innerContainer)
            fillContainer(innerContainer, level - 1, innerContainerCount)
        end
    else
        for i = 1, 20 do
            local item = Game.createItem(i % 2 == 0 and 2376 or 2400)
            container:addItemEx(item)
        end
    end
end

function generateBigContainer(player, innerContainerCount, deepness)
    local item = player:getTile():addItem(2000)
    fillContainer(item, deepness, innerContainerCount)
    return item
end

Code to call it:

!lua generateBigContainer(player, 20, 2)

Requires !lua debug:

https://otland.net/threads/debug-lua-scripts-with-talkaction.112027/

https://otland.net/threads/tfs-1-x-luajit-debug-lua-scripts-with-talkaction.260910/

https://otland.net/threads/tfs-1-3-lua-5-2-debug-lua-scripts-with-talkaction.266086/

Autowalk/cavebot for OTClient

Someone asked me about script that will make character run to given position and after reaching it run to another. I made it for free, so I decided to publish it as it may be interesting for others.

It’s not ready-to-run module, but I think it’s very close. For tests I pasted parts of it to ‘battle’ module and it worked.

This code requires ‘BOT_PROTECTION’ disabled in OTClient.

local walkEvent = nil
local positionsList = {
    { x = 32608, y = 32131, z = 7 },
    { x = 32601, y = 32131, z = 7 },
    { x = 32601, y = 32138, z = 7 },
    { x = 32608, y = 32138, z = 7 },
}

local isAttacking = 0
local isFollowing = 0
local currentTargetPositionId = 1

local autowalkTargetPosition = positionsList[currentTargetPositionId]

function init()
    connect(LocalPlayer, {
        onPositionChange = onCreaturePositionChange
    })

    connect(g_game, {
        onAttackingCreatureChange = onAttack,
        onFollowingCreatureChange = onFollow,
        onDisappear = onCreatureDisappear
    })
end

function terminate()
    disconnect(LocalPlayer, {
        onPositionChange = onCreaturePositionChange
    })

    disconnect(g_game, {
        onAttackingCreatureChange = onAttack,
        onFollowingCreatureChange = onFollow,
        onDisappear = onCreatureDisappear
    })
end

function walkToTarget()
    if not g_game.isOnline() then
        walkEvent = scheduleEvent(walkToTarget, 500)
        return
    end

    if g_game.getLocalPlayer():getStepTicksLeft() > 0 then
        -- wait until walk animation finish
        walkEvent = scheduleEvent(walkToTarget, g_game.getLocalPlayer():getStepTicksLeft())
        return
    end

    if isAttacking or isFollowing or not autowalkTargetPosition then
        -- do not walk with selected attack/follow target or when there is no target position
        walkEvent = scheduleEvent(walkToTarget, 100)
        return
    end

    -- fast search path on minimap (known tiles)
    steps, result = g_map.findPath(g_game.getLocalPlayer():getPosition(), autowalkTargetPosition, 5000, 0)
    if result == PathFindResults.Ok then
        g_game.walk(steps[1], true)
    elseif result == PathFindResults.Position then
        -- on target position
        currentTargetPositionId = currentTargetPositionId + 1
        autowalkTargetPosition = positionsList[(currentTargetPositionId % #positionsList) + 1]
    else
        -- slow search path on minimap, if not found, start 'scanning' map
        steps, result = g_map.findPath(g_game.getLocalPlayer():getPosition(), autowalkTargetPosition, 25000, 1)
        if result == PathFindResults.Ok then
            g_game.walk(steps[1], true)
        end
    end

    -- limit steps to 10 per second (100 ms between steps)
    walkEvent = scheduleEvent(walkToTarget, math.max(100, g_game.getLocalPlayer():getStepTicksLeft()))
end

function onCreaturePositionChange(creature, newPos, oldPos)
    if not walkEvent then
        -- start automoving 1 second after logging into game
        walkEvent = scheduleEvent(walkToTarget, 1000)
    end
end

function onAttack(creature)
    isAttacking = creature and creature:getId() or 0
end

function onFollow(creature)
    isFollowing = creature and creature:getId() or 0
end

function onCreatureDisappear(creature)
    if isAttacking == creature:getId() then
        isAttacking = 0
    end
    if isFollowing == creature:getId() then
        isFollowing = 0
    end
end