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Advanced Configuration Options

LifeTO comes with a set of custom configuration options that aren't available in the original game. Currently, you can make the game save the last password, swap the Fn and number row keys of the Quick Slot window, and have drill results logged in chat. In general, the new settings program (Setup.exe) can automatically generate this file for you, so you don't need to manually do these steps. This guide is still updated for advanced users, however.

Advanced Users

The configuration file is described in the TOML file format. In layman's terms, it is a text file with a special structure that contains the settings for the game's advanced options.

By default, LifeTO does not ship with a configuration file. You must create one yourself using Notepad or any other text editor with the filename lifeto.toml. The file should be in the same folder as Splash.exe and Trickster.bin.

The default configuration is as follows:

save_last_password = false
quick_slot_fn_swap = false
drill_result_in_chat = false

Valid Configuration Values

Header Name Description Valid Values
[qol_fixes] save_last_password Saves the last password unencrypted true: save passwords
false: don't save passwords
[qol_fixes] quick_slot_fn_swap Swaps the Fn keys and the number row of the Quick Slot window true: enable the swapped keybinds
false: don't enable the swapped keybinds
[qol_fixes] drill_result_in_chat Logs drill results in chat true: log results in chat
false: don't log results in chat

Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Open Notepad or your favorite text editor. This guide will assume the use of Notepad.
  2. Copy and paste the default configuration above (all of the code from the "default configuration" section) into Notepad.
  3. Go to FileSave As...
  4. Browse to the game's main folder, where Splash.exe and the data folder are located. Do not enter the data folder. (Please note that you will not be able to see any of the game's files until you follow the next step, so don't panic if you don't see anything other than data.)
  5. Change the Save as type to All Files (*.*)
  6. Type in lifeto.toml for the file name
  7. Press Save