Beta release! The installer is pretty simplistic, so there shouldn't be any problems with it. All it does is rename sflevel.lgp to flevel.lgp if you haven't done so already. I'm gonna wait a while and see what kinds of problems people mention, then make a final release if necessary.
Este instalador es mas o menos simple entonces no debe haber ningÃºn problema con el. Solamente cambia el nombre de "sflevel.lgp" a "flevel.lgp" si no lo has cambiado ya. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE BETA RELEASE
Assuming the game actually starts up, good things to test would be:
- Submarine Minigame
- Chocobo racing
- Snowboarding Minigame
- alignment of text in menu contexts (i.e. shops, etc)
- Other minigames
- Battle square
If something doesn't work, be sure to post your APP.log so I can see why.
Si algo no funciona correctamente, dÃ©jame ver tu APP.log para que puedo conocer porque.
Okay, so I've been working on making the FFVII Remix Patch compatible with all different languages of the game, and thus far, I've hit more than a few snags. I've been able to work mostly everything out except for the Spanish version of the game.
Just about every virus scanner (my own included) view the Spanish ff7.exe 1.02 as a virus, and most will quarantine it immediately, leaving the poor unsuspecting user with no ff7.exe.
I'm looking to (attempt to) fix this by taking the English ff7.exe, and translating the strings used in-game to the Spanish ones, and redirecting the filepaths (cr_us --> cr_sp) etc... all while not modifying the filesize (if possible). Essentially making a new spanish ff7.exe 1.02 that doesn't trigger antivirus software.
Before I can do any of this, however, I'm going to need somebody to post the file nomenclature for the Spanish version of FF7. If it's anything like the German version of the game, this most likely won't work (easily, at least) due to the fact that the names of the some files in the German version are extended by a character (prefaced by the letter 'g' i.e. gsub.lgp, ghud.tim, gtext.tim, etc...) which throws off some string arrays which appear to just have enough memory allocated to fit them.
First thing's first, I'm gonna need to figure out how get Norton 360 to give me that ff7.exe back....it has a problem with listing recent quarantines... I'll post progress and problems as I encounter them...