Memories of Xendor - SWTOR Desktop Raid Meters
Memories of Xendor

MOX Desktop Raid Meters

This tool was designed to provide real-time (live) meters for SWTOR. It has the ability to work solo or with a raid. Click here for a sample screenshot.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at xxviper37xx@gmail.com

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To get started using the parser, download the zip here


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General Instructions
(also found in the README in the zip file)

Setup:
1) Place RunParser.exe into a folder where you would like the parser to set itself up (it will setup a few files) Note: Do not put inside the CombatLogs folder itself.
2) Start RunParser.exe, it will check for updates and apply them if found
Note: Always run the parser using RunParser.exe to ensure the latest version is being used.

Initial Setup:
1) Enable combat logging in your SWTOR preferences.
2) Set your log location by typing it in or browsing to your SWTOR CombatLog folder.

Solo Use Instructions:
1) Click the the "Start Solo" button.
2) Customize your interface (open popouts, move, resize, etc.)
3) Start fighting.
Note: You must be running SWTOR in windowed mode for popouts to appear on top of your game.
Note: Data will be displayed for your currently selected fight, use the drop down list in the main UI to view historical solo fight data.

Raid/Group Leader Instructions:
1) Click the "Generate Raid Key" button in the "Raid" tab.
2) Fill out the boxes and click Generate.
3) When complete, click OK to close the dialog. The generated keys will be put into the boxes in the Raid tab.
4) Give the Raid Key to your raid members, keep the leader key private.
5) Click the "Sync to Raid" button.
6) Customize your interface (open popouts, move, resize, etc.)
Note: You must be running SWTOR in windowed mode for popouts to appear on top of your game.
Note: If you do not wish to archive your data, simply clear your leader key box after generating your raid key (before syncing).
Note: Data will be displayed for your current fight only. To view historical data access it through the web interface with your raid key (if you choose to archive)
Note: It is recommended that you generate a new raid key for each raiding session, since this will make it easier to view your historical raid data.

Raid/Group Member Instructions:
1) Get the Raid Key from your raid leader and enter it into the raid key box on the raid tab. Ensure the leader key box is blank.
2) Click the "Sync to Raid" button.
3) Customize your interface (open popouts, move, resize, etc.)
Note: You must be running SWTOR in windowed mode for popouts to appear on top of your game.
Note: Data will be displayed for your current fight only. To view historical data access it through the web interface with your raid key (if your leader chose to archive)

Feature Todo List

FAQs

Q: When I am synced to my raid I am sending data (that my guildmates can see), but I am not receiving any, how do I fix this?

A: Please be sure that the date and time on your machine are set correctly for the time zone you are in. If this is set correctly and you are still having problems, see the next question.


Q: When I run RunParser.exe I get an error: "Unable to update at this time", how do I fix this?

A: These errors can occur when you are having problems sending data to or receiving data from my server. It may be a port issue. The client randomly uses a port from 1024 to 5000. You may need to adjust settings on a firewall or router. Try reading this article for more info:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287932


Q: When trying to start parsing I get an ErrorLog.txt file that contains errors like this:
[xx-xx-xxxx xx:xx:xx]Error parsing logfile:
Current line: [xx:xx:xx.xxx]...
Could not load file or assembly 'System.Core, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
OR
Q: When trying to start the application I get an error message that says "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc00001350)"

A: You need to have the .NET framework 3.5 and 4.0 installed on your machine. You can get them here:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=17718
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=21

Version History

v. 0.9.9.4    1/18/2013

v. 0.9.9.3    10/19/2012

v. 0.9.9.2    8/2/2012

v. 0.9.9.1    7/31/2012

v. 0.9.9.0    7/26/2012

v. 0.9.8.3    5/9/2012

v. 0.9.8.2    5/1/2012

v. 0.9.8.1    4/26/2012

v. 0.9.8.0    4/25/2012

v. 0.9.7.3    4/24/2012

v. 0.9.7.1    4/23/2012

v. 0.9.7.0    4/20/2012

v. 0.9.6.5    4/18/2012

v. 0.9.6.4    4/18/2012

v. 0.9.6.3    4/17/2012

v. 0.9.6.2    4/17/2012

v. 0.9.6.1    4/16/2012

v. 0.9.6.0    4/16/2012

v. 0.9.5.1    4/12/2012

v. 0.9.5.0    4/11/2012

v. 0.9.4.0    4/11/2012

v. 0.9.3.4    4/9/2012

v. 0.9.3.3    4/8/2012

v. 0.9.3.2    4/8/2012

v. 0.9.3.1    4/6/2012
Initial public release.

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