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I’m trying to make it so that a modded backpack only accepts single items, but I’m honestly stuck with how to do it.

I tried putting in:

inst.components.container.acceptsstacks = false

 After

inst:AddComponent("container")

In the modded backpack prefab lua.

 

I’m not a coder, so I’m at a loss of what I’m missing or doing wrong. The server crashes at startup when I include that line, saying something about it being read only.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! I’ll try to give more information tomorrow evening.

 

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The server crashes when I craft the backpack that I want to add the code to (equip_pack).

Some background information:

I'm currently trying to fix the Additional Equipment mod by Silentine on the Steam Workshop. It's one of my favourite mods, but sadly it's been broken for years.

If you could help me with this bit of code I'd really appreciate it!
 

workshop-681368916-equip-fork.zip

client_log.txt

server_log (2).txt

server_log.txt

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1 hour ago, Tosh said:

From what I can understand, container rules seem to be tied directly to the container widget set up.

I’m going to see what I can find in the way of DST container widget tutorials. 

That sounds like a good plan. I'd love to help, but it'll be a few days before I can take a stab at something thing complex. I have a lot of assignments at uni atm.

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in order to change something like that, you need to create a custom container widget to edit that, otherwise its set to be read only(so you cant edit the variable)
if you really want to do it without container widgets you can (cheatily) do this:

if not TheWorld.ismastersim then
  	function inst.OnEntityReplicated(inst)
    	--this gets called after every inst.replica, got initialized, and we need the variable changed for clients.
      	inst.replica.containers.acceptsstacks = false
    end
end
inst:AddComponent("container")
inst.components.container:WidgetSetup("WHATEVERYOUHADHERE")

removesetter(inst.components.container, "acceptsstacks") --remove the read only property(please only do this if you really cant do it through widget setup)
inst.components.containers.acceptsstacks = false
makereadonly(inst.components.container, "acceptsstacks") --reapply read only
inst.replica.containers.acceptsstacks = false

 

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Thanks for getting back to me guys! I've since dug around in a few different mods and taught myself how to set up container widgets.

This is the point that I've gotten to with this item:

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local equip_pack = {
    widget =
    {
        slotpos = {},
        animbank = "ui_piggyback_2x6",
        animbuild = "ui_piggyback_2x6",
        pos = Vector3(-5, -50, 0),
    },
    issidewidget = true,
    type = "pack",
}

local containers = require("containers")

local oldwidgetsetup = containers.widgetsetup
function containers.widgetsetup(container, prefab, data, ...)
    if container.inst.prefab == "equip_pack" or prefab == "equip_pack" then
        for k, v in pairs(equip_pack) do
            container[k] = v
        end
        container:SetNumSlots(container.widget.slotpos ~= nil and #container.widget.slotpos or 0)
        return
    end
    
    return oldwidgetsetup(container, prefab, data, ...)
end

This is mostly taken from the piggyback widget settings in containers.lua

Quote

params.piggyback =
{
    widget =
    {
        slotpos = {},
        animbank = "ui_piggyback_2x6",
        animbuild = "ui_piggyback_2x6",
        pos = Vector3(-5, -50, 0),
    },
    issidewidget = true,
    type = "pack",
}

for y = 0, 5 do
    table.insert(params.piggyback.widget.slotpos, Vector3(-162, -75 * y + 170, 0))
    table.insert(params.piggyback.widget.slotpos, Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * y + 170, 0))
end

So my current roadblock is slotpos

I either need to manually put in the coordinates in Vector 3 form for each backpack slot:

Quote

        slotpos =
        {
            Vector3(0, 64 + 32 + 8 + 4, 0),
            Vector3(0, 32 + 4, 0),
            Vector3(0, -(32 + 4), 0),
            Vector3(0, -(64 + 32 + 8 + 4), 0),
        },

Or figure out how to convert the original formula (for y = 0, 5...) into a format that plays nice with what I currently have. I could also try and convert everything into a form where params.equip_pack is defined.

Solved it!

Quote

        slotpos = 
        {
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 0 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 1 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 2 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 3 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 4 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 5 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 0 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 1 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 2 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 3 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 4 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 5 + 170, 0),
        },

 

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            Vector3(-162, -75 * 0 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 0 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 1 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 1 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 2 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 2 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 3 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 3 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 4 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 4 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162, -75 * 5 + 170, 0),
            Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * 5 + 170, 0),

Changed it to this so that the item slots should fill in the correct order now.

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18 hours ago, Tosh said:

Thanks for getting back to me guys! I've since dug around in a few different mods and taught myself how to set up container widgets.

This is the point that I've gotten to with this item:

This is mostly taken from the piggyback widget settings in containers.lua

So my current roadblock is slotpos

I either need to manually put in the coordinates in Vector 3 form for each backpack slot:

Or figure out how to convert the original formula (for y = 0, 5...) into a format that plays nice with what I currently have. I could also try and convert everything into a form where params.equip_pack is defined.

Solved it!

 

Changed it to this so that the item slots should fill in the correct order now.

local params = {}
params.equip_pack = {
    widget =
    {
        slotpos = {},
        animbank = "ui_piggyback_2x6",
        animbuild = "ui_piggyback_2x6",
        pos = Vector3(-5, -50, 0),
    },
    issidewidget = true,
    type = "pack",
}
for y = 0, 5 do
    table.insert(params.equip_pack.widget.slotpos, Vector3(-162, -75 * y + 170, 0))
    table.insert(params.equip_pack.widget.slotpos, Vector3(-162 + 75, -75 * y + 170, 0))
end

local containers = require("containers")

local oldwidgetsetup = containers.widgetsetup
function containers.widgetsetup(container, prefab, data, ...)
    local t = data or params[prefab or container.inst.prefab]
    if t ~= nil then
        for k, v in pairs(t) do
            container[k] = v
        end
        container:SetNumSlots(container.widget.slotpos ~= nil and #container.widget.slotpos or 0)
        return
    end
    
    return oldwidgetsetup(container, prefab, data, ...)
end

 

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