The above is how to do with the res.txt file in-game and on SWGCraft.Write 3 & 4 to <file> writes the content of lists 3 and 4 to the specified file (default is "res.txt"). That file can be opened in the in-game Notepad by the command /note res (notice that the file ending is not typed in the command) Currently the text looks like (which will change with the next upgrade):You will find one such blob for each ISDroid report. The first line reads the galaxy, the planet and the computer time of the report. The rest, while in game, fill in the stats for one resource after another after the comma sign, each stat delimited by a comma (no spaces nor trailing comma), in the order they are read in game, such as in the second blob above.
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Gorath / Lok 1197207193000 swgcraft_start Alpha,Desh Copper, Betha,Colat Iron, swgcraft_end Gorath / Tatooine 1197207193000 swgcraft_start Alpha,Desh Copper,12,34,56,78,90,123,345,567,789 Delta,Dolovite Iron,90,89,78,67,56,45,34,23 swgcraft_end
When all resources are done, go to http://www.SWGCraft.co.uk, at the bottom of the "Current Resources" page for the proper planet you will find a text field named "Add resources for galaxy/planet". In SWGAide, at the notes file view, find "res.txt", copy everything between and including the lines swgcraft_start / swgcraft_end. Paste into the text field at SWGCraft. Confirm the names, resource classes, stats, and the galaxy/planet before you click "Add resources" at the web page. Repeat for each blob, after which you want to erase the content of the file.
Resources that are already known with stats for the current planet will not show up anywhere. These resources are not interesting while dealing with ISDroid to upload depleted/new/etc., to SWGCraft. I believe you are asking for such a resource are you?
If you are interested in reading the mail, uncheck the checkbox named "ISDroidPanel". Yeah, somewhat hard to read as it looks like now, I will look into that later on.
One of the features on my list to add is a full resource table of current resources, their stats presented in all possible ways, along with guards and filters. Guards will alarm if any filter is met, i.e. you are looking for a certain resource with minimum this or that, or you are harvesting something and the alarm yells because it is depleted.