L2Walker Gracia Ct 2.2

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    L2Walker Gracia Ct 2.2

    This is the files:
    eL2Walker 2.05 Gracia Ct 2.2

    eL2Walker 2.07 Gracia Ct 2.2

    eL2Walker 2.09a Gracia Ct 2.2

    eL2Walker 2.09b Gracia Ct 2.2

    Extract to C:\
    Send shortcut of L2Walker on Desctop.
    Run it.
    Show the path to l2.exe .
    Play Lineage II
    Run it again for every Client.

    (don't forget to thnx)

    This is an (optional*) moded, open, flexible system replacement:
    Lineage][ Gracia2 Custom System
    *it is not necessary for walker.

    3 button functions:
    Soon as you login with L2Walker (windowed -no full screen) you can use 3 buttons of your keyboard for the basic Walker functions.

    1.The button "Home" (located in button rows between alphabetic and numeric keys) is opening and closing the Walker Control Panel that you can check when you will have potions, when you will have buffs, what skills to use in fight etc.

    2.The button "End" (located next to Home) that is start if pressed once the fighting with mobs progress or stops it if pressed again.

    3.The button "Insert" (located next to Home and End) that if pressed deactivates all Walker Functions and if pressed again activates back the Walker.

    That is the 3 buttons you must to know what it does, all the rest; check and try it your self in all possible compilations or read on forums on "how to" do several things with that program.

    *Here is the old Interlude version of L2Walker: eL2Walker Interlude 1.79
    It is needed to replace the hosts with the hosts you will find in the file.
    Before run of L2Walker, run first and minimize the L2Serv.
    You will be able to run new client from system tray icon.
    That is for the "retro" players.


    *Heal IN and OUT of party in L2J servers:
    1-Go to PARTY on walker control panel on your main assist player.
    Open Control Settings.
    On your main assist character check "send request" and check "receiver name" your healer/buffer name.
    When self HP is 80% sent "heal" and check the add button.
    2-Go to PARTY on walker control panel on your support player.
    Open Control Settings.
    On your assistant character check "recieve request" and check "sender name" your main assist name.
    When receives "heal" text then use skill "heal" to target and check the add button.


    Credits to oracle67
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    Now Ncsoft made new update and i can't heal and follow player by healer as i could before the newest update. Any help ?

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    Thanks MAN

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    zend the last things you said about healing in java servers rly helped me. cause my healer just went crazy when i was simply made the walker heal the pt members when their hp is below 80%. He was healing continiously with no reason or not healing at all. Now everth works fine Thnks a lot!

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    Very well explained, thanks man.

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