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Best Answer Trololo , 10 November 2013 - 02:15 AM

Get next to the player and say /trade GENERICUSERNAME

 

To lower the value (amount) of object click and hold the object and press /

 

Then drag it into the top box which is yours.

To lower the value without completely starting over, get the value closest to the exact value, put it in the box, then pick it back up and take away as many as you need.

 

For example: I want to give Grim 5600 gold, My gold gets closest to 6000, So, I put in 6k in the box. Then I click and hold on it and half ( / ) it down to 600. Then I place the 600 (while still holding onto the gold) in my inventory. 

 

Do this the same if you have more (extra) gold, too. Just vice versa, place the gold in the box instead of your inventory. 

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#1 Wulf

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Posted 10 November 2013 - 01:46 AM

Please, I am new here. So please don't be mean. Just wondering.



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Posted 10 November 2013 - 02:15 AM   Best Answer

Get next to the player and say /trade GENERICUSERNAME

 

To lower the value (amount) of object click and hold the object and press /

 

Then drag it into the top box which is yours.

To lower the value without completely starting over, get the value closest to the exact value, put it in the box, then pick it back up and take away as many as you need.

 

For example: I want to give Grim 5600 gold, My gold gets closest to 6000, So, I put in 6k in the box. Then I click and hold on it and half ( / ) it down to 600. Then I place the 600 (while still holding onto the gold) in my inventory. 

 

Do this the same if you have more (extra) gold, too. Just vice versa, place the gold in the box instead of your inventory. 


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#3 Wulf

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Posted 10 November 2013 - 03:03 AM

Thanks for the help.



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Posted 11 November 2013 - 10:08 PM

Good answer, I'm going to pin this topic for future reference.






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