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converting old multis
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Question converting old multis
Hi all,

In general I have issue with adding multis into UO version 7.0.57.20 working on the sphere 56d.

A few weeks ago we decided to update our old sphere 55i to newer version - sphere 56d with UO client 7.0.57.20. We would like to transfer our old multis into the new multi.

I´m trying for the transfer but it doesn´t works. Let me describe my procedure:

1/ At first I convert UOP files to MUL (because I need arts.mul due to UO Fiddler)
2/ Open old multi in UO Fiddler and export all of them into the text files
3/ Open new multi in UO Fiddler and import text files and save multi
4/ With new multi.mul (and .idx) I replace the multis in UO version 7.0.57.20 folder and in sphere multis folder
5/ Create script for building (the example you can see it below)
6/ Run sphere and UO

After all of this I´m trying add new multi into the game, but I can´t see it.

Please, could you help me? Am I doing something wrong?
Thanks for your answers!

Code:
[ITEMDEF 0457]
DEFNAME=i_kostel1
NAME=kostel1
TYPE=T_MULTI
VALUE=1
MULTIREGION=-6,-4,5,5
CATEGORY=MULTIS
SUBSECTION=Custom Structures
DESCRIPTION=kostel1

[ITEMDEF i_deed_kostel1]
DEFNAME=i_deed_kostel1
NAME=Deed to a kostel1
ID=i_Deed
RESOURCES=i_deed, i_kostel1

ON=@Create
MORE=i_kostel1

CATEGORY=Provisions - Deeds
SUBSECTION=Custom Deeds
DESCRIPTION=Deed to kostel1
06-14-2017 05:32 AM
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RE: converting old multis
Hmm you have to use
[MULTIDEF 0457] instead of [ITEMDEF 0457]
06-14-2017 07:36 AM
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