AgentZ Manual

(Accurate for version 0.9.0.18. I will update it for the newest version soon.)

Word version (thanks to coasty)
AgentZ Manual (307 downloads)

Commands

Location: /z + loc, floc, aloc, ploc, vloc, cloc, rloc, oloc
Corpse: /z + corpse, fcorpse, acorpse, vcorpse, ccorpse, rcorpse, ocorpse
XP Report: /z + xp, fxp, axp, pxp, vxp, cxp, rxp, oxp (Note exp will also work here)
Level Report: /z + level, flevel, alevel, plevel, vlevel, clevel, rlevel, olevel
Misc: /z + resetxp, resethuds, chatcolors, chattypes, guid, find <search name>

Location: <AgentZ> My Location: 33.2S 72.8E
XP Report: <AgentZ> Agent Z has made 1,842 XP in 1 Hours, 21 Minutes, 5 Seconds for an average of 1,363 XP/Hr while killing 2 creatures.
Level Report: <AgentZ> Agent Z needs 2,106,240 XP to reach level 59. It will take 64 Days, 15 Hours, 55 Minutes, 10 Seconds at the current rate.

Each command has various versions, f = fellow, a = allegiance, p = patron, v = vassal, c = covassal, r = reply, o = open chat.
Examples: /z floc ; /z pxp ; /z olevel

/z resetxp will reset the session xp. This is identical to clicking the reset button on the Experience tab.
/z resethuds will reset the positions of the HUDS to their default.
/z chatcolors will display how the different chat colors look
/z chattypes will toggle appending the chat type onto each line, these can be used for creating Custom chat rules.
/z guid will report the guid for a selected item.
/z find <search name> will locate and report any nearby objects that meet the search, selecting the last one. Note it must match exactly, case included, however it will find partial matches.

DHS Support:
Currently hotkeys can be set in DHS for:
Reseting session
Toggling all HUDs
Toggling Main HUD
Toggling Item HUD
Toggling Clock HUD

Menu

Stats

Displays experience statistical information. 5 min stat will display the XP/Hr based only on the last 5 full minutes of XP changes.

  1. Session statistics are timed and can be reset by clicking the reset button.
  2. Total statistics are from the time you logged on.
  3. Enables Filter for XP Changes, any change under the threshold will not be shown either in chat or in the view, however it will still affect the XP accumulated and XP/Hr calculations.
  4. Threshold for the XP Change Filter
  5. Auto reset. Will reset the session if 1/10 an XP Change is greater then the current session XP (0.1*XP Change > Session XP) This is mostly useful for automatically resetting after logging in without having to manually reset when you begin hunting.
  6. Clicking Reset resets the session statistics.

 

Displays the enchantments on your character, sorted by shortest to longest-lasting.

Buffs and Debuffs are separated on their own tabs. On the Buffs tab only you can select a spell that will be used for reporting purposes. If you do not select a spell then the top spell is used. Selection is of a spell family, not the actual spell, meaning clicking on Adja’s Blessing, for example, causes the creature enchantment mastery family to be tracked.

  1. Enables tracking of Item spells cast on your characters items. Item spells will save across logins, however the time should be considered an estimate at that point. You can also select an item spell to be used as your selected spell. Tracked item spells are specific to the spell and target, unlike other buffs.
  2. Time offset in seconds for the selected spell. Use a negative number to shorten the time and give yourself a larger buffer to get to safety.
  3. Selected spells time with offset applied. This is the time used to display on the HUD aswell as what is used for chat warnings.

Chat

General chat functions. This tab allows you to filter or move different chat types, change the color, and set sound alerts for them.

  1. Enables or disables the functions of that line.
  2. Click on a type in the list to select it.
  3. The bottom left dropdown will set the target chat window or allow you to block the selected type;
    D = Default, M = Main, 1-4 = Windows 1-4, B = Block
  4. The bottom middle dropdown will change the color of the selected type.
  5. The bottom right dropdown will change the sound used by the selected type

 

Custom chat rules. This tab allows you to filter, move, change the color of, and set sounds for your specified chat phrases and types.

  1. Enables or disables the functions of that line
  2. Click on a line to select it for editing
  3. The phrase to be matched in incoming chat. It uses standard VB6 pattern matching:
    Use * to represent any number of any characters
    Use [abcd] to represet a list of possible matches for that character position. [a-z] is valid for specifying a range
    Use [!abcd] to represent a list of characters that can not match that character position.
  4. Specifes the chat type to search for the phrase. AZ is for AgentZ messages, All is for any chat type. Below is a list of what each type means. You can also use the /z chattypes command to append the chat types to incoming messages.
  5. The windows to send the message to, You can send messages to multiple windows.. D = Default, M = Main, 1,2,3,4 = Windows 1-4, B = Block(overrides all others)
  6. Sets the color to be used for this rule.
  7. Sets the sound to be used for this rule.
  8. Moves the selected rule down in the list. Matching is done from the top down, so the higher the rule is the more priority it has.
  9. Moves the selected rule up in the list.
  10. Deletes the selected rule.
  11. 11. Updates the selected rule with the current settings.
  12. 12. Adds a new rule with the current settings.

 

Chat Types

Gameplay

0: Green: Many system messages including death, quest, motd, friends, etc.
5: Purple: Rare messages, Maintenance reminder.
13: Turquoise: Stat/Attribute raises, level up related
16: Green: Failed to assess
20: Green:
23: Green: Commandline Recalls
24: Green: Tinker attempts
25: Green:
31: Yellow:

Combat

6: Red: Impact damage
21: Red: Melee/Missile messages to you from attacker
22: Light Red: Melee/Missile messages from you attacking

Magic

7: Blue: Spell cast, fizzle, resist, spell burn, vitae, cast recall text, attuning to lifestone
17: Blue: Spell words

Area Chat

2: White: Local chat
12: Grey: Emotes

Tells

3: Yellow: Tell to someone
4: Dim Yellow: Tell from someone

Allegiance

10: Yellow: Alleg broadcasts, To/From Co-Vassals, From Vassals, From Patron
11: Dim Yellow: To Vassals, To Patron
18: Orange: Allegiance channel

Fellowship

19: Yellow: Fellow To/From, Other Fellow Messages

Channels

27: Light Blue: General channel
28: Light Blue: Trade channel
29: Light Blue: LFG channel
30: Light Blue: Roleplay channel

 

General purpose filter.

If any text matching an enabled filter in this list appears in a chat line, then it will be filtered. There are 2 matching types, partial and whole word. There are also 2 filtering types, replace, which replaces a word with “###” or block, which blocks the whole line from showing. Filtering is case insensitive.

  1. The checkbox to the left can be used to enable/disable a filter.
  2. You can click on a line to edit it.
  3. The red icon on the right can be used to remove a filter from the list.
  4. Enter text in the text box to be added.
  5. Check this box to filter the line by whole word only. This means filtering “ass” will filter “you are an ass” but not “assassin”.
  6. Check this box to replace the filtered word instead of removing the line. The word is replaced with “###”
  7. Click Add to add/update the information entered.

 

Command alias list.

This list can be used to create shorthand aliases for long commands or phrases. These only apply to sent chat, not incoming chat.

Command aliases are classified as ones with a leading / or @. For command aliases you have the added ability to add a _ at the end of the full command, which will leave the chat box open for more typing.

For example: /tj = /t john, _

General aliases do not have a leading / or @ and they will be replaced anywhere in the whole sent text string.

For example: slnh = some long name here; if you type “/t slnh, hey slnh”, it would be set as, “/t some long name here, hi some long name here”

  1. The checkbox on the left can be used to enable/disable an alias.
  2. You can click on a line to edit it.
  3. The red icon on the right can be used to remove an alias.
  4. Enter the short hand alias here.
  5. Enter the full command/phrase here.
  6. Click Add to add/update the information entered.

 

Available chat options.

The checkbox on the left of an option is used to enable/disable them.

Possible options:

  • Show All XP Changes – displays a chat message whenever you recieve experience
  • Add XP to Level – Adds the experience to your next level to XP Change messages
  • Add XP/Hr – Add your current experience per hour to XP Change messages
  • Add Time to Level – Adds the estimated time to your next level to XP Change messages
  • Kill: Show Monster XP – Adds the amount of experience for the monster in the kill messages
  • Kill: Show Unassigned XP – Add your current amount of unassigned experience to the monster kill messages
  • Kill: Show XP to Level – Adds the experience to your next level to monster kill messages
  • Kill: Show XP/Hr – Adds your current session experience per hour to monster kill messages
  • Kill: Show Kills to Level – Adds the number of kill similar to the monster you just killed it will take to level to monster kill messages
  • Kill: Show Time to Level – Adds the estimated time to your next level to monster kill messages
  • Improved Vitae Message – Adds your current vitae percentage to Vitae Reduction messages
  • Show Comp Count on Burn – Displays the number of a component you have remaining in the component burn message
  • Filter Nonexpired Spells – Remove spell expiration warnings for spells that are still active (does not include item spells)
  • Combine Item Spell Cast and Expire – Combines the cast and expiration messages for spells cast on all your armor into a single message
  • No Clickable Names – Removes the green clickable names in the chatbox
  • Buffs Expiration Warning – Gives 5, 3, and 1 minute expiration warnings for your tracked enchantment
  • Running Low on Item Waring – Gives a chat warning when you are low on a item in your item hud
  • Send Rare Message to All Windows – Copies a rare message to all windows to make it more noticable
  • Show Friends Online on Login – Does /friends online when you log in

Example of first 10 options:

<AgentZ> XP: 943 (Unassigned: 813, Skill: 130). [ 3,035 XP/Hr ] [ 2,107,040 XP to level ] [ 28 Days, 22 Hours, 15 Minutes, 29 Seconds to level ]

Bronze Statue of a Reedshark is shattered by your assault for 800 XP! You have 12,350,976 XP unassigned. It will take 2,107,040 XP to level. You are making 3,035 XP per hour. It will take 2,234 similar kills to level. It will take 28 Days, 22 Hours, 15 Minutes, 29 Seconds to level.

 

HUD

To move HUDs, hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard and click and drag the HUD where you like.

General and clock HUD options.

  1. All Huds On enables/disables all huds globally.
  2. Clock Hud On
    enables/disables the clock HUD.
  3. 24 Hour Clock changes to 24 hour display.
  4. Show Labels adds labels next to each clock.
  5. Show Game Time adds TID game time to the clock HUD.
  6. Display Horizontal changes the clock display from one on top of the other to side by side (Only if game time is enabled).
  7. Adds the Date to the HUD.
  8. Displays short date instead of long.
  9. The sets your time zone (only necessary for displaying correct game time)
  10. Changes the font for the clock HUD text.
  11. Changes the size of the clock HUD text.
  12. Changes the color of the clock HUD text.
  13. Changes the background color for the clock HUD.
  14. Changes the background transparency for the clock HUD. 100% means fully transparent.

 

Main HUD settings.

Displays a HUD with various information.

  1. On enables/disables the main HUD.
  2. Changes the font of the main HUD text..
  3. Changes the size of the main HUD text.
  4. Changes the background color for the main HUD.
  5. Changes the background transparency for the main HUD. 100% means fully transparent.
  6. Changes the update refresh rate for the main HUD. Never means it will only update on XP change.
  7. In the list, the left checkboxes enable/remove the line from the HUD
  8. In the list, clicking on a line selects a line to have its color changed.
  9. In the list, clicking on the up and down arrows moves an item up or down in the HUD display
  10. Changes the color of the selected HUD line.
  11. Clicking the All button sets all the HUD items to the selected color.
  12. Short Labels enables shortened labels for the HUD display.

 

 

Item HUD settings.

Displays a HUD with item counts for items in your inventory.

A threshhold is set for each item, when it is close to being reached the number turns yellow, when it has been passed, it turns red.

  1. On enables/disables the item HUD.
  2. Changes the color of the item HUD text.
  3. Changes the size of the item HUD text.
  4. H sets the item HUD to a horizontal display.
  5. Changes the background color for the item HUD.
  6. Changes the background transparency for the item HUD. 100% means fully transparent.
  7. Changes the icon size of the item HUD icons.
  8. In the list, the left checkboxes enable/remove the line from the HUD
  9. In the list, clicking on a line selects a line to be edited.
  10. In the list, clicking on the up and down arrows moves an item up or down in the HUD display
  11. In the list, clicking the red circle icon removes an item from the list.
  12. To add a new item manually, enter the exact name here.
  13. Enter the desired count threshold here
  14. Click Add to manually add the entered item.
  15. Click Sel to add the selected item.

 

Options

Includes various useful functions that dont fit elsewhere.

  1. Use Mana Stones and Charges will enable auto filling of your items once it recieves an Item is low on mana message.Upon recieving an item is low message, all your equipt items and all your mana stones and charges will be IDed to discover their current mana counts. Once completed a mana stone or charge is selected using the following algorithm: If a filled mana stone can be used that will not waste any mana, then the one that will fill your items the most will be used. If there are no filled mana stones that will not waste any mana, then mana charges are considered, and the mana stone or charge that will fill your items while wasting the least mana will be used
  2. Sets a threshold for the value of charges that can be used.
  3. Remove Status Text will remove the red text messages at the top of the 3D area.
  4. Checking Show Errors will cause the text to output to the chat window even if you have that selected to remove status text.
  5. Use Bonus Gems – This will automatically use your TOD and Preorder bonus gems, if you have the gems, and you do not have the spells active. This occurs automatically whenever the spells are absent, including if they are removed by death, dispells, etc.
  6. Extend Logout Timer – Extends the automatic client logout timer.
  7. Level Screenshot – Takes a screenshot automatically when you level.
  8. Sets the minimum level for taking the level screenshots..
  9. Show Follower Changes – Displays a notice whenever there has been follower changes within the monarchy, and how many followers were added or lost. There is an alternate message if those followers were under you.
  10. Split Peas (Experimental) – Will queue up a pea when it falls below the specified threshold. When you exit combat mode, it will split all peas in the queue. This only occurs on component burn, so setting all your red tapers on the ground will not cause you to start splitting peas.
  11. Sets the threshold for when to start splitting peas.

 

About and various plugin related functions

  1. Reload Settings – Reloads your character specific settings file.
  2. Reload With Default – Reloads your settings with the default settings. Will erase all your character specific settings!
  3. Set As Default – Sets the current configuration as the default configuration used for new characters, and when Reload With Default.
  4. Sets this character to use the global setting file. Changes made will be seen on other characters using the global settings file.
  5. AgentZ Output – Sets which chat windows AgentZ output is sent to.

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