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== Adding to an Existing Package ==
 
== Adding to an Existing Package ==
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Now that you have a package, you will want to add reflexes to it.
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=== Step 1: Check the Reflexes to Add ===
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=== Step 2: Click Add to Package ===
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== Editing a Package ==
 
== Editing a Package ==

Revision as of 20:05, 15 September 2016

Reflex Packages are another way to group your characters settings. What makes packages different from groups, is that you can export individual packages to share with your other characters or friends.

For example, I may create a system of basic trigger and aliases that are used for bashing mobs in the game. I want to export these settings so I can share them with my other character or players.

The following steps detail how to make reflex package, edit, export, and import it.


Creating a New Reflex Package

Creating a new package is a simple process. This will just create a new package and not add an reflexes to it.

Click the 'Reflex Packages' tab in the settings window and then click the 'Add a package' button.

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Decide on a package name and description then click 'Save'.

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Below you can see that the package has been added to the list.

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Adding to an Existing Package

Now that you have a package, you will want to add reflexes to it.

Step 1: Check the Reflexes to Add

Step 2: Click Add to Package

Step 3: Select Package and Confirm

Editing a Package

Editing Reflexes in a Package

Editing reflexes in a package is as simple as editing any other reflex.

  • Click on the 'Reflexes' tab.
  • Click on the dropdown menu under 'Reflexes'
  • Select the package you want to view and edit.

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Downloading a Package

You can download a package in order to save it as a backup, use with other characters, or share with your friends.

To download a package, just click on the small disk icon on the Reflex Packages tab.

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Exporting Reflexes a New Package

You can also alternatively export specific settings to a .nxs file in three easy steps. This will not create a new package on your system.

Step 1: Checkbox the Settings

To being click the checkmarks next to the settings you wish to have in the package.

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Step 2: Click Create Package

Once you have checked everything, click the 'Create package' button located beneath the list of reflexes.

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Step 3: Confirm and Download

You will then have a popup window in your browser that will allow you to name your package and confirm that you are done by clicking 'OK'.

Your browser will automatically download this package after you click 'OK'. In Chrome, it will appear at the bottom of the browser. This may be different depending on your operating system and browser.

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Note that the file is saved as a .nxs file. This is short for 'Nexus'.

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Importing a Package

Importing a package is a drag and drop, one step process. Simply click the 'Reflex Packages' tab and drag the .nxs file to the 'Import Reflex Package' area. These reflexes will now work automatically with your client.

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Notice that once you have done this, the package will be listed in the 'Reflex Packages' section.

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