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    1. Rhyseldian

      Rhyseldian New Member

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      For some reason the operative is not going in to stealth mode. I tried changing combat file - is there something I am missing?
       
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      Logandros Moderator Moderator

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      1. Which spec?
      2. Can you confirm that Coordination is active (or even still the operative buff).

      Code:
      public override Composite Buffs
              {
                  get
                  {
                      return new PrioritySelector(
                          Spell.Buff("Coordination"),
                          Spell.Cast("Stealth", ret => !DefaultCombat.MovementDisabled && !Me.InCombat && !Me.HasBuff("Coordination"))
                          );
                  }
              }
       
    3. Rhyseldian

      Rhyseldian New Member

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      Coordination is the Operative Buff - it is casting that with out a problem. It wont go in to "Stealth" - both concealment and Lethality
      I looked at the Assassin's
      get
      {
      return new PrioritySelector(
      Spell.Buff("Mark of Power"),
      Spell.Buff("Stealth", ret => !Rest.KeepResting() && !DefaultCombat.MovementDisabled && !Me.IsMounted)
      );
      }
      and tried replacing it with that - but doesn't work
       
    4. Praline

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      In your
      Change that Spell.Buff("Coordination"), to Spell.Buff("Stealth"),

      Not sure if you need all this, but this is what I use:

      Spell.Buff("Stealth"),
      Spell.Cast("Stealth", ret => !Rest.KeepResting())
       
      Last edited: Apr 26, 2017
    5. SirSik

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      Think it may be something to do with the "Buff" region in Spell.cs

      I've never had a Buff cast, even with my fixes, on about 3 different versions of BW.

      Is this using Combat bot or a questing/grinding profile?
       
    6. Rhyseldian

      Rhyseldian New Member

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      Just grinding profiles - have not tried questing at all.
       

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