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--- Quote from: fgsfds on March 26, 2013, 04:23:32 AM ---Locmon works great, but is there a way I can either make separate instances of the program monitor different eve windows (or I guess just trick it into monitoring 2 local windows at once)?
Here's a picture to help make sense of what I'm doing here. http://i.imgur.com/1JO0ALc.jpg
If I set someone on the first client red, locmon screams at me just like it should. If I set them red on the second, nothing (surprise!).


Strangely enough, the local chat monitor will actually read what's said in each eve client, but it doesn't scan the second client for standings.


e: To clarify things a little, my setup looks strange because I'm using isboxer. I think locmon just thinks that my second client's local window is a secondary chat window of the first client or something.


e2: I doubt you want to bother with it, but an option to select which client gets monitored would be really awesome.

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If you input your char name in the character field it should monitor that local for hostiles.

fgsfds:

--- Quote from: H-BOT on March 27, 2013, 12:23:01 AM ---
--- Quote from: fgsfds on March 26, 2013, 04:23:32 AM ---Locmon works great, but is there a way I can either make separate instances of the program monitor different eve windows (or I guess just trick it into monitoring 2 local windows at once)?
Here's a picture to help make sense of what I'm doing here. http://i.imgur.com/1JO0ALc.jpg
If I set someone on the first client red, locmon screams at me just like it should. If I set them red on the second, nothing (surprise!).


Strangely enough, the local chat monitor will actually read what's said in each eve client, but it doesn't scan the second client for standings.


e: To clarify things a little, my setup looks strange because I'm using isboxer. I think locmon just thinks that my second client's local window is a secondary chat window of the first client or something.


e2: I doubt you want to bother with it, but an option to select which client gets monitored would be really awesome.

--- End quote ---
If you input your char name in the character field it should monitor that local for hostiles.

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Oh, I am a huge retard. I didn't realize it was scanning by program title, so when it didn't work I just assumed it was just there for save data or something. Thanks.

Just in case anyone else has this issue in the future.
ISBoxer changes program titles, which is what locmon uses to figure out what it is that you want to monitor. The format for a proper eve client is something like "Eve - Pilotname". ISBoxer, at least in my case, uses "IS1 (CTRL + ALT + 1) Pilot1name". So if your setup is in a normal format like most people then locmon works just fine if you give it a character name. If you're using some special snowflake setup like myself, then you're going to need to use the new program title in the character field. For me that would be "IS1 (CTRL + ALT + 1) Pilot1name" and "IS2 (CTRL + ALT + 2) Pilot2name"

It's a pretty simple fix, and works great.


edit: Turns out you need to start locmon with no special settings, stop it, input the new program title, and then start it again.

LordM:
Hello,
http://i.imgur.com/5q0U8Aq.jpg

Doesn't seem to be working for me.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
M

H-BOT:

--- Quote from: LordM on April 28, 2013, 12:22:40 PM ---Hello,
http://i.imgur.com/5q0U8Aq.jpg

Doesn't seem to be working for me.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,
M

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Hi,
Local channel is expected to be on the left side and go to general settings in Eve and set background transparency to 255

LordM:
Still no luck:
http://i.imgur.com/0ifTZ9Y.jpg

Tried it that size, smaller size, with a group of other chats.
Also, default position along with all the other chats in that position. (Went to reset window positions)

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