Page Last Updated: July 1, 2009.
After several years I've fixed it so that the Vana'dial time is calculated correctly again. It should work for another 5 years or so, until the numbers start overflowing again. I have also added support for the skills and skill chains for Dancer and Scholar.
(As of July 1st, 2009, I've updated it to work with all Palms.)
Quick download here.
I've added a new view for Corsiar rolls. For each job it shows the dice name, effect, lucky and unlucky numbers and a chart with the effect of each roll and the average effect if you double down on that roll.
There are many web pages which provide the current Vana'dial time and the timing of in-game events, however when you are playing you have to logout to view them. This PalmOS-based application is intended to allow you to just check your Palm to give you the same kind of information.
It currently has 12 different views. All views include the current earth and Vana'dial time and there is help available from the menu. Select views from the menu or pressing the left and right buttons on the five way control.
It requires PalmOS 3.0. On my PalmOS 3.0 based Palm V the countdown timer can cause crashes, but the other functions work. I'd be interrested in report from other using PalmOS 3.0.
Final Fantasy XI Timer for Palm is V1K compliant. Are you ready?
The Final Fantasy XI Timer (71,571 bytes)
Source codeftp site During the holidays I may put updated versions on my ftp site
Jesus Redriguez created Pilot-DB databases with Elemental Weakness by Monster Family, Magic Burst by Skill Chain and Weapon Skills by Weapon. There are Crafting recipe databases for Pilot-DB here
These databases are in Pilot-DB format, but using DB-Editor for Windows or JPilot-DB for Java you can change or export these databases even if you don't have a Palm. The data can be used to create Final Fantasy XI utilies for other platforms and websites.
I also created a simple database to track the prices of various drops, crafting supplies and crafting products in the auction houses and shops so I know when I'm getting a good price. The columns I used are: "Item" for the item name; "Type" for the type of item, one of Drop, Harvest, Clothcraft, Wanted; "San AH", "Wind AH", "Bast AH", "Jun AH" for prices are the various auction houses; "City Store" for the price at a shops in one of capital cities (the guild shop for guild items or the shop in the city where I have the most fame for other items); "Other Store" for the price at a shop in Jeuno or one of the small towns. Of course not all columns are filled in for all items. You should create a design with the information that you need.
I've started creating a series of databases for Final Fantasy XI based on the data from Mysterytour. Currently there is only Regions and Zones. The zone lists the region, zone type, Outpost location and more.
With the assistance of Hsiu, I have created Plucker versions of the Vana'diel Atlas. It includes the treasure chest/coffers, notorious monsters, logging, mining, excavation and harvesting locations on each map. The files are quite large and you'll probably have to store them on your memory card. The gray map takes up less space, but can be hard to read, espacially when trying to tell the difference between chest and coffer spawn points. You need a Plucker viewer for Palm, Pocket PC or Zaurus.
256-Colour maps (39MB) (Updated: May 8, 2006)
16-Gray maps (23MB) (Updated: May 8, 2006)
The online view of the Plucker version
This is a Final Fantasy timer for the Pocket PC written by jeffdiogenes (not me). If someone want to update it, I'll host it here, if you want.
Local download of version 1.5b (includes source).
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