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== Creating a New Reflex Package ==
 
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Creating a new package is a simple process. The following steps will just create a new package. It will not add reflexes to it.
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The first step to using the reflex package system is to create a new package. You can then copy reflexes into the new package.
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Revision as of 18:45, 16 September 2016

Reflex Packages are another way to group your characters settings. What makes packages different from groups? You can export packages to share with other characters and friends.

For example, you may create a package of triggers and aliases used for bashing mobs in the game. You can then export these settings to share.

The following steps detail how to create, edit, export, and import reflex packages.

Creating a New Reflex Package

The first step to using the reflex package system is to create a new package. You can then copy reflexes into the new package.

Creating a new package is very simple.

The following steps will walk you through the process of creating a new package. Keep in mind it will not add reflexes to it, you must do that separately.

Step 1: Click Add a Package

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

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Step 2: Name and Describe Package

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

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Step 3: View Package in List

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

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Add Reflexes to a Package

Now that you have a package, you will want to add reflexes to it. Note that it will NOT delete the existing reflex. It will make a copy of the reflex and then add it to the package you select. You will then have two copies of the reflex.

Step 1: Check the Reflexes to Add

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Step 2: Click Add to Package

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Step 3: Select Package and Confirm

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Note: The original reflex is not deleted. A copy is made in the selected package.

Editing Package Name and Desc

This describes how to edit the name or description of your package to something more informative.

Step 1: Click the Edit Icon

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Step 2: Input New Information

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

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 begin click the check marks 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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