How to Stop Dinosaurs from going into Comas

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How to Stop Dinosaurs from going into Comas

Unread postby Ichthyosaurs » Fri, 9th Apr 2010 22:01

I got sick of the annoying message from dr sattler saying what r you gonna do or FIX THIS so i got pissed and deleted the es 1 file with her voice in it. You shouldnt delete that file unless you hate the sound of her voice like me. Anyways in order to stop dinosaurs from going into comas just go into units and open the first dinosaur.ini file for any dinosaur (EX. Acro, Spino, Trex e.t.c) with notepad and go down to where it says ComatoseTime=10.0; or 5.0; on some dinosaurs and change it to 0.0;

ComatoseTime=5.0; <----- Change this to ComatoseTime=0.0;

Even though they do go in for about a second or 2 you should go into constant.ini and change this:

DinoComatoseHealthLeach = .5;<----0
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Re: How to Stop Dinosaurs from going into Comas

Unread postby messagefromdrsattler » Tue, 8th Jun 2010 15:22

Thanks. I think my username on this website should just about sum up how much I agree with you.
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Re: How to Stop Dinosaurs from going into Comas

Unread postby mrshadowxtreme » Thu, 3rd Feb 2011 23:33

I- I....
When dinosaurs ruled earth....
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