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user inventory Beta version - Click to Download
Submitted by Lamis on 11.18.2008 (1193 Downloads)
this mod add inventory to every user. The main goal is to keep items on seperate inventory box instead
of being forcead  to sell them when buying new items.
When you buy new item it goes directly to inventory. you can then go to inventory
and equip the item you bought.

Future plans :
- Add healing items to shops so they can be added to inventory
- Sell items on inventory to NPC and then to users

~WARNING~ back Up your towns.php and index.php before going through the steps (you've been warned)
File rating: 3.50 out of 5.00 (8 votes total).
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Posted by ErRoR on 11.18.2008
why shoud i change my new idem (witch is better) to old one?
Posted by Fayt on 11.18.2008
Eh half decent. I gave a 3
Posted by Empress on 11.22.2008
i'm having errors when I try to manage my inventory o_o
Posted by Lamis on 11.23.2008
What is the error you are getting?
Posted by syncmaster on 11.29.2008
I get a blank page when I want to enter a city


That goes blank and that includes the fast travel function.
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