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object ID's in .WS files
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Hello, is there an easy way to find out the range of object ID's used by the standard group of .WS files?

I ask as I want to ensure a new .WS I am making doesn't conflict with what is being used.  How do folks typically do that?

Or, is there a known range not used?

Right now I am using a range of object ID's starting at 7205000.

Thanks!
 
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#2
(2017-10-11, 03:32 PM)drdax Wrote: Hello, is there an easy way to find out the range of object ID's used by the standard group of .WS files?

I ask as I want to ensure a new .WS I am making doesn't conflict with what is being used.  How do folks typically do that?

Or, is there a known range not used?

Right now I am using a range of object ID's starting at 7205000.

Thanks!
WS ID rearranger on the snapshot tool in SIE
 
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#3
Hi- I have used that, but how do I know I am not using another ID from another snapshot?

I actually opened all standard .WS files and found the range I can use. Is there a way to see the clientobjects.db ?
 
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#4
The WS ID rearranger is a bit wonky, but you can 'sort' it automatically if you import all the default .WS + whatever else into the multi rearranger or sort em manually in the single one, by giving it fixed ranges that you have an overview over.

SOE seemed to gen them all based on an integer from somewhere that they just added to, so it got mixed up like crazy, resulting in a bit of a mess for us now.
 
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#5
ok thanks!

I thought they used a dart board for the next .WS they released...
 
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