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Mission Quick Mover - Arma 3


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I released a mission quick mover program made in vb.net on the life forums. I thought I should release it here also.


Details about the program

The program was designed to help mission testers, quickly and efficiently test their mission without needing to re-download the mission every time you make changes. Simply, set your folder paths & select the pbo. When you join the test server, you wont need to re-download the mission every time. The program was designed to help myself quickly test changes in my own missions.

Pre-requirements(target framework): .Net Framework 4.7.2 (you should already have it installed. If not you can download it from Here)

In order to save/load the settings you must keep the IniFile.dll with the program. This is the core file to handle the saving of the inifile, and loading of the inifile (remembering what you saved, and loading when you open the program)

Known Issues:
When saving settings, it use's a .ini file. Sometimes you have to click save twice in order for it to save properly. This is an issue with the way I am saving it, and can be revised at a later stage.


Error Information:(generic error codes)

e-10647 - You have either not correctly re-pbo your mission folder, or Arma is caching the pbo. Please check you have re-pbo your mission folder, if you have please close Arma and try again.
e-10646 - The path to the PBO cannot be found. You're file name must include .pbo
e-10645 - You're MPMissionCache folder can't be detected. Please make sure the path is C:\Users\YOUR_USERNAME\AppData\Local\Arma 3\MPMissionsCache
e-10644 - We couldn't detect any folder called Arma 3 in C:\Users\YOUR_USERNAME\AppData\Local 


You can click the ? in the program itself, to view more information.



The .pbo file you choose doesn't have to be in your MPMissions folder. Normally that's where the mission file is when you pack it. It helps if its in there by default.  The Cache folder must contain Arma 3\MPMissionsCache if it doesn't it won't let you move the file.
The MPMission folder must also contain .pbo else it won't let you select a file.





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