Make sure you have saved the changes to the Game. The parentheses are around the steam game directory, which will be on different places. If you adjust these values you can control the amount of the increase. Now we need to edit the Game. That way you know for sure that it's formatted correctly. Then make a copy of your 'Saved' directory and put it somewhere safe.
After that you have a bunch of lines and many will look identical. Even if you only want to add a few levels, you must specify all of them from the ground up. Now what you will get is all the code you need to put in your Game. I have not included the option for Dinos only because it does not look like it is possible. If there was a problem with it then the server will have replaced the file with a fresh copy that is blank.
But do copy everything else and put it in your Game. If you have already have this line in your ini do not put that line in again. Make sure to check your formatting across from the other website I listed. Always remember not to have any empty lines. Then disconnect from your server and shut it down.
Instead, put the rest of the generated code under that section in your ini file. I'm using it on my private server and it works like a charm : Underneath the big text box with your custom code in it I have included additional information and instructions. That is why I have prefilled it up to 70 with values close to their defaults. Please see the default values for an example. The first line is the section definition required in the ini file.
Having information specified more than once can cause havoc with the server. To make understanding these settings easier we have listed a full break down of what each setting does! That will glitch the tool. If you are looking for other tools, you can find a complete list of our growing collection of customization tools here: In addition to your custom levels, you may wish to customize the Engrams in game to reflect your new level system. That is because we must now specify the Engram Point Awards for each level, in order, on its own line. Look at the custom code generated by our tool.
There are 12 settings avalible for change under each of these catagories, changing these stats multiplies the amount of that stat gained per level. Set the corresponding multiplier to 2. Or simply make it crash and not start. The tool will automatically generate the code and max xp limits based on the highest level you entered. Altering these files can mess up your server, the world map and the character profiles on it.
The first line in the box may already exist in your file. With this code properly installed in the right Game. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions to why this is not working I would greatly appreciate this as we play as a family and the 10 yr old is trying to build a big house. Once you have made the edits, just click the Generate Code button. The server cannot be running while you edit these files. This will backup your world, character profiles, and current configuration files just in case. To do this, right click GameUserSettings.
If so, omit this line when you copy your code and simply place the code below the line already existing in your file. And each number is seperated by a Comma. That is why I said earlier you should read all of the instructions and information. You'll also get a blank response from the tool if you have put in a period instead of a comma. If you only want to create code to change the levels, xp, and engrams for players, then simply check the box that says 'Generate For Players Only'. If this doesn't work, please submit a ticket with your game. Yeah, that's a heck of a lot of lines.
That allows us to increase wild dinos to 1020. Another good idea can be to use a simple spread sheet and then save it as a csv file. As I mentioned I have used this tool to adjust my server and now have levels up to 1000. If it didn't work, please try again and make sure that you have followed the instructions exactly. If they are already listed, you just change the number that is listed. As a final note, if you have already tried to setup custom level definitions then you must remove all of that and replace it all with the code from this tool.