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  1. Try the example code
  2. You're a magician /pissoff
  3. This cracked me up lmfao, poetic? *claps*
  4. You're retarded for using that Antivirus. Add an exception in the AV, Google how. MTA doesn't have any malicious files, maybe you can use a proper AV and find out.
  5. umad?
  6. Post the error and the line number, I think I know what's wrong
  7. He isn't talking about speed, he's generally saying that numerical loops are what an "expert" coder should be using.. The correct answer to this is "It depends on your table, and what data do you need", you can't talk in general about this.
  8. "Look There's 3 kind of loops Ipairs - Pairs - Numerical If you're smart guy and you can think off a good structre. You will use rarely Pairs. And never or almost never Ipairs. If you're a medium guy on scripting. You will use Pairs most of the times, making use of numerical some times and ipairs also some times. And in my opinion the worst one, using Ipairs most of the times, pairs some times and numerical almost never." Some ignorant who's acting like a professional coder is saying this. please, give me your opinion on what he's saying.
  10. I think this is a very good idea and it should be added. 1. Because I said so.. 2. read #1
  11. Mother of indentation.. press "Tab" once a while.
  12. You can't, unless you have a supercomputer and a couple of years.
  13. Stfu. On-topic: I'm surprised anyone spent time doing this, but I really like it, great work
  14. You have to create a directory called "resources" The path should be: multitheftauto_linux_x64-1.5.3\mods\deathmatch\resources
  15. Bloody hell.. Alright, as far as I remember (I don't have the source code for this), I didn't use guiGridListGetItemText, but I used guiGridListGetSeleceted, I didn't use GetItemText because I used an index for the selected row, that's what I remember, unfortunately, there is not way to decompile the code to find out exactly what I've done.