EverQuest Settings!

EverQuest has numerous settings and these are stored in a selection of different files and locations.

There's nothing more annoying that having to set-up all you hotkeys etc. Therefore, when you are moving EverQuest from one computer to another, or just reinstalling it handy to know what these files are, so you can back them up.


eqclient.ini

The file "eqclient.ini" stores your keybinds, character model and mount display options, etc. Settings which are account wide and set through the Station LaunchPad options or in-game Options Window.

This file can be found in your EverQuest installation folder, so if you have installed EverQuest into the folder C:\EQ, the the file can be found at C:\EQ\eqclient.ini.


UI_character_server.ini

The file "UI_character_server.ini" stores your UI settings such as the location of windows, window transparencies and fade delay settings, chat channels, autojoin channels, logins and passwords.

Note: For the filename, "character" refers to your character name and "server" refers to the server name (and if the server has more than one name, its the first name!).

This file can be found in your EverQuest installation folder, so if you have installed EverQuest into the folder C:\EQ, the the file can be found at C:\EQ\UI_Hazimil_antonius.ini.


character_server.ini

The file "character_server.ini" stores your actions window /doabilities, blocked buffs, blocked pet buffs, disciplines, hotbar settings, socials, and /memspellsets.

Note: For the filename, "character" refers to your character name and "server" refers to the server name (and if the server has more than one name, its the first name!).

This file can be found in your EverQuest installation folder, so if you have installed EverQuest into the folder C:\EQ, the the file can be found at C:\EQ\Hazimil_antonius.ini.


AT_default_character_server.ini

The file "AT_default_character_server.ini" stores your in-game audio triggers. If you are using the in-game Audio Triggers, any custom .wav files need to be installed in the "AudioTriggers\shared" sub folder.

This file can be found in your EverQuest installation folder, so if you have installed EverQuest into the folder C:\EQ, the the file can be found at C:\EQ\AT_default_hazimil_antonius.ini, and the shared .wav files are stored in C:\EQ\EverQuest\AudioTriggers\shared.


Custom UI's

If you use a custom UI, then it needs to be installed in the uifiles folder.

If you have installed EverQuest into the folder C:\EQ, the the UIs can be found at C:\EQ\EverQuest\uifiles.

Numerous Custom UI's can be found at: http://www.eqinterface.com/

 
All work done by Hazimil Skelyd, Ancient Dominion, Antonius Bayle