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Team Avalanche / Re: JuseteĀ“s field scenes
« on: Yesterday at 18:43:17 »
Quote from: The Rules
CAPS LOCK MAKES IT LOOK LIKE YOU'RE BEING AGGRESSIVE!! WE DON'T LIKE AGGRESSIVE PEOPLE!! SO DON'T USE IT!

Your enthusiasm is definitely welcomed, perico1986, but please read the forum rules before further posts.

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Zara9, as I've told you before, this community is made up of volunteers working in their free time. You need to accept that people will work at their own schedule. Begging won't speed them up.

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Team Avalanche / Re: JuseteĀ“s field scenes
« on: 2018-06-21 23:46:05 »
is there any chance to implement a way to zoom in game and to turn camera around?
Not with pre-rendered backgrounds there isn't. The game would pretty much need redone in a new engine for this to be possible.

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Completely unrelated / Re: Linux n00b. Please gentle.
« on: 2018-06-20 13:44:01 »
The easiest emulation choice is probably Retroarch, a multi-system emulator, which should be available in Ubuntu Software Center. As a general rule, if software is available there, that's where you'll wanna get it, because:

  • Software in the Ubuntu Software Center's default repositories has been tested with your version of Ubuntu.
  • It will automatically install any required dependencies.
  • It's far easier to keep your software updated.

It's worth noting that Ubuntu Software Center is pretty much just a frontend for all the apt- commands you might run from a bash shell. While I highly recommend becoming comfortable with terminal commands, there isn't much advantage for beginners to installing apps that way over using Ubuntu Software Center.

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Why are you trying to uninstall your audio driver?

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FF9 Gameplay Releases / Re: Final Fantasy IX Battle UI Fix
« on: 2018-06-19 16:02:43 »
Okay, so let me get this straight:

1. You are both working from an original, already-existing game and its original, already-existing codebase.
2. I only see a single line of code in common between what Incinerator posted and what's visible in resinate's twitch stream.
3. From what I can tell, this is the only way to achieve UI scaling that works correctly while dealing with aforementioned already-existing codebase.
4. Any coder to successfully accomplish the same thing without seeing this stream would still end up with the same code.

It doesn't seem reasonable to me to claim code theft when there's literally no other way to do it within the framework provided by the game's existing code.

THAT BEING SAID, Incinerator, you really should include a readme with your download, that includes things like installation instructions and changelog and, yes, credits. While I don't think this constitutes code theft by any reasonable definition, a single line in a readme that says "thanks to resinate for helping to find how to do this" would be the decent thing to do, since it is overwhelmingly clear that he DID help you find it.

But seriously, you're both being extraordinarily petty. Stop it.

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FF9 Gameplay Releases / Re: Final Fantasy IX Battle UI Fix
« on: 2018-06-19 01:11:47 »
Yes, let the mods deal. I'm a little confused by the Twitch video; resinate, you are saying you designed this code, yes?

Incinerator, did you design this yourself, or did you copy code that someone else made and fail to credit them?

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Completely unrelated / Re: Battletoads 2018
« on: 2018-06-11 01:54:42 »
Poor Gamestop employees.

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Completely unrelated / Re: Retro car concepts we forgot...
« on: 2018-06-09 16:09:17 »
I would buy it.

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Troubleshooting / Re: please help
« on: 2018-06-06 15:40:58 »
ploppo, everyone who has responded to you has been around this site for years. We've seen firsthand what works and what doesn't. Your methods DO NOT WORK for getting help and support, no matter how many times you say we're wrong, the fact is we know what we're talking about and you don't.

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Troubleshooting / Re: please help
« on: 2018-06-05 00:14:28 »
When you reply to yourself repeatedly in the span of just a few hours, that's not people ignoring you, that's you being impatient.

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Troubleshooting / Re: please help
« on: 2018-06-04 20:34:41 »
I know nothing about modding FF8 and FF9, and my FF7 modding knowledge is more focused on music modding. I am in no place to help with 7thHeaven, which is what most people usually need.

Saying you did nothing wrong is not true. The rules say to use the edit button instead of replying to yourself, and the rules say to post things in the right places. If you break the rules, you did something wrong, period. Instead of arguing, follow the rules, and you might get to have a pleasant stay here in the future.

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Troubleshooting / Re: please help
« on: 2018-06-04 00:31:24 »
Over the last several days, ploppo, I have seen you double post repeatedly, as well as post multiple threads in the Releases sections that weren't releasing new mods. Not gonna issue any warn level, because I assume these were honest and generally harmless mistakes, but please read the rules before further posting. ~Covarr

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FF8 Gameplay Releases / MOVED: please help
« on: 2018-06-04 00:26:58 »

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Maverick, please use the edit button instead of posting several times in a row, as per our rules.

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I don't even recommend my installer nor FF7Music anymore. DLPB's Anxious Heart is a far better solution, if you can actually find it floating around.

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Have you made sure to grab updated drivers from Nvidia? Microsoft's own supplied drivers often have all sorts of problems, particularly with OpenGL.

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Completely unrelated / MOVED: ff7 NT mod help
« on: 2018-04-30 20:21:05 »

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Threads don't go in a releases section until there is an actual download available. ~Covarr

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The Tools sections are for releases, not for discussion. Moved to Scripting & Reverse Engineering. ~Covarr

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How about this instead?


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