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If you happen to know someone with the vanilla game, they could give you the files you're missing on a usb drive. Otherwise, you'll need to find a way to get an internet connection. Do you have a mobile with an internet connection? Could you do a USB tether to get internet?
If you installed tModLoader via Steam, you simply need to launch Terraria instead of tModLoader. But if you installed with the zip file, open Terraria's install folder and assuming that it wasn't overwritten, you should see both the vanilla and moded .exe files. Rename the moded one to something...
Looking through your code, you have several different references to player. Main.player[npc.target] and player.Center. Main.player[npc.target] is a reference to a specific player in the player array, but player.Center has nothing before it to say which player is being targeted. I don't know...
I have a question. I've had someone contact me to do a translation of my mod. I like the idea of a translation, but I don't want to just give away the source code of my mod. Is there a way that I could make it easy for someone to make a dependant mod that translates everything in my mod? Thanks.
Weird, you shouldn't be able to capture screen tearing via recording software because it happens on your monitor. I'd say that a mod might be messing with character drawing. have you tried disabling all mods to see if the problem persists?
Glad to be of help, though that was a mistake on my part having .whoAmI instead of .owner.
It's been a while since I dealt with healing players, and I'd forgotten that the heal effect and actual healing is seperate. Like you had earlier, you need to add lifeSteal to the player's health, but add...