As what the title says, this application is just a download helper for eco’s patch files. It looks similar to the previous post, but with some added functions. Now the program can handle editing the upsv.lst and running nginx for you.
Note: This program requires .NET Framework 4.0
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As for the new pet system, the pets can now be levelled up using the EXP that you earn while hunting. There fore, it will be good if you can make the pet stand still in a safe location while you’re hunting on the same map.
The idea is simple, make an AI that always commands your pet to “standby”.
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This post is for those who simply confused reading the last post regarding ECO manual update. I separated the installation process here.
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I’m not talking about an official manual patch. Instead, I just wrote how to update the Emil Chronicle Online client manually -yes, literally manually. This guide is only appropriate to you if:
- You have a very slow/unstable connection so that you cannot finish a big update.
- You have tried updating many times without success.
- You are patient enough to read and follow this guide (which I bet most of you are not).
- You don’t have any other choice left.
If you’re wondering why should you choose this way to update, one thing that is almost guaranteed is that you don’t need to repeat the update from the beginning every time you fail, since you’ll download the files manually. You can use any download manager to pause and continue every time you want.
Update (22 Aug 2013): Step 3 up to 9 can be replaced by using the application I posted here.
The big idea is to redirect the patch server into your own computer (localhost) so the launcher would request update from your own computer. To do this you need a web server. OK, for those who do not understand, you can forget this paragraph and continue.
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