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Hitandrun

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Post 02 Feb 2007, 21:50

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Krom

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Post 03 Feb 2007, 07:36

Looking good, but with some explanation it would be even better :wink:
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olegasole

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Post 04 Feb 2007, 00:18

wow that is a custom one !
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Thunderwolf

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Post 06 Feb 2007, 10:16

how did you make that worldmap?!?
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Hitandrun

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Post 06 Feb 2007, 19:23

Well since looking at the original worldmap in GUIMAIN.rx, i learned that its just a blank canvass that has images placed, changed and removed on it during the course of the game, this is very easy to re-do if i knew which DAT file stores the information (this would be the file loaded after the victory screen / video) but for now this gives a few options

1) program the game to load an individual image for every scenario after the victory sequence. (very hard)

2) Upload a different image (custom map) into GUIMAin.rx and the original markers would be placed. (easiest Option)

3)hope that someone has found random commands in already decoded datfiles such as a sequence of image placements. (hopefully)

The map is actually a grid if magnified close enough wich has specific tiles the placeing of images likley goes off co-ordinated commands.

The green and purple backgrounds are automatically filtered out of images when putting them on a worldmap
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Thunderwolf

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Post 07 Feb 2007, 13:15

2) Upload a different image (custom map) into GUIMAin.rx and the original markers would be placed. (easiest Option)

How to...
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olegasole

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Post 08 Feb 2007, 00:47

i saw it looks like there is a flag on the mini island in the north east
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Hitandrun

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Post 26 Feb 2007, 20:57

Thunderwolf wrote:
2) Upload a different image (custom map) into GUIMAin.rx and the original markers would be placed. (easiest Option)

How to...


im working on it, btw who made the graphics reader, i need to know how they decode their images.
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olegasole

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Post 28 Feb 2007, 00:15

good point :wink:
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Litude

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Post 28 Feb 2007, 20:58

I think Krom also has acquired this knowledge from somekind of source, or mabe he decoded it himself (dunno), as unless I'm totally mistaken, all object graphics in his editor are taking straight from the game graphic files.
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hugo

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Post 14 Mar 2007, 13:34

Hitandrun wrote:im working on it, btw who made the graphics reader, i need to know how they decode their images.



GR was made by The Barbarian, and as you may know. He has given up all his work on KaM.
Also he wasn't going to give you any information on what so ever!


Hugo
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olegasole

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Post 14 Mar 2007, 16:15

oh well. :roll:

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