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GooD-NTS

General OpenIV Discussion and Announcements

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GooD-NTS

This is correct, RPF has 4GB limit.

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nkjellman

This is correct, RPF has 4GB limit.

 

Thank you. I will be moving on to another RPF.

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SD Developer

Great work keep it up !

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Dilapidated

@GooD-NTS:

 

Any info/updates on ypt files? Seems as of current only core.ypt is editable and the rest show up blank in the viewer.

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GooD-NTS

YPT files contain effects description there is no tools to edit those data.

Also, some YPT can contain models and textures (like core.ypt) but it is not necessary.

We have plans to make tools/formats for YPT in future, but I can't give you any estimates.

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GooD-NTS

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Maintenance update is available for OpenIV 2.9.
In today's update we fixed critical issue with AWC editing (for both GTA V and Max Payne 3).
This issue was lead your game to crash when you edit some files (for example in STREAMED_VEHICLES_GRANULAR.rpf)

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NikoBellicGTAIV

Nice!

 

By the way, do you think we'll ever see GTA V animation viewer? Maybe even cutscene viewer?

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GooD-NTS

Yes, in future.

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Ash_735

I've only just noticed the nice ironic joke they've got going on with "Make Modding Great Again", that got a smile out of me.

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rollschuh2282

i found a little bug in the gta 4 animation viewer:

 

when you use a player model to view ped animations then the smallest finger doesn´t move at all.

 

vKvIhUW.png

 

but when you use a ped model, then everything works fine

 

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GooD-NTS

@@rollschuh2282 these animations are not meant to be applied to player ped models. The Playerped and other models have different skeletons.

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rollschuh2282

i can´t open this texture file in gta 4:

 

pc\data\maps\props\commercial\garage.img\dunc_garage.wtd

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_CP_

Suggestion - when a phrase from Search tab in text editor is deleted, it moves to the beginning of the file, could you improve it?

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GooD-NTS

i can´t open this texture file in gta 4:

 

pc\data\maps\props\commercial\garage.img\dunc_garage.wtd

It have incorrect resource version.

 

 

Suggestion - when a phrase from Search tab in text editor is deleted, it moves to the beginning of the file, could you improve it?

This is behavior of the text editor component we use, I will look if it possible to change it.

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nkjellman

 

i can´t open this texture file in gta 4:

 

pc\data\maps\props\commercial\garage.img\dunc_garage.wtd

It have incorrect resource version.

 

Suggestion - when a phrase from Search tab in text editor is deleted, it moves to the beginning of the file, could you improve it?

This is behavior of the text editor component we use, I will look if it possible to change it.

 

Speaking of that, when I am working on a file, I would appreciate it if the OpenIV windows behind it were not locked. I need access to those to look up information when I am editing files. I know the back works, because hitting the right keys makes the file browser window in OpenIV jump backwards.

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GooD-NTS

The editor window is modal on purpose, so user will not be able to switch to main window and remove file from archive or edit archive other way.

 

 

I know the back works, because hitting the right keys makes the file browser window in OpenIV jump backwards.

This is a bug then.

 

Could a shortcut for creating .rpf archives be added? You can press ctrl+D to make a folder, but there's no shortcut for .rpf archives, at least as far as I know.

Shortcut (Ctrl + Shift + N) for creating new archive in the current location will be added in the next version - http://openiv.com/bugs/roadmap_page.php

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rollschuh2282

ok, i think this is a Bug in the cutscene viewer: when you watch manny cutscenes, and this camera overlay appears, then sometimes you can move the camera with the mouse until this overlay disappears again

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nkjellman

The editor window is modal on purpose, so user will not be able to switch to main window and remove file from archive or edit archive other way.

I know the back works, because hitting the right keys makes the file browser window in OpenIV jump backwards.

This is a bug then.

Could a shortcut for creating .rpf archives be added? You can press ctrl+D to make a folder, but there's no shortcut for .rpf archives, at least as far as I know.

Shortcut (Ctrl + Shift + N) for creating new archive in the current location will be added in the next version - http://openiv.com/bugs/roadmap_page.phpWell what if you were to stop them from making changes to the archive, but still allow them to navigate it and view files? The archive viewer would behave like it isn't in edit mode with an editor window open.

 

I still got to extract the file to edit it. Most of the code I write needs to reference other information in the rpf file when it comes to creating add on content. This makes the editor useless, unless I am making small tweaks.

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Claude_Lib

Exactly, the most logical solution, if you don't want the user to accidentally remove the file he's currently editing, would be to temporarily switch the explorer window to read mode. Or maybe not touch this area at all. I mean, when I edit a file in MS Word, I can still access its location in Explorer and even delete it. And it will be my problem, not Microsoft's.

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GooD-NTS

I'm pretty sure you can't delete file if it opened in MS Word:

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Because Windows have built-in file locking mechanism, OpenIV don't have such thing.

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Claude_Lib

Okay, whatever, I took it as an example (just checked and can confirm that it works with Paint.NET though). The point is, there are more arguments against locking other windows than for it. There is a workaround, though, I can just lauch another copy of OpenIV if I need to access archives while editing a file. Just let us do it the normal way, I doubt anyone will complain. If you don't want to let us access other windows so much, you can make it optional and disable by default.

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Alvarez

Kaspersky declares OpenIV infected with Trojan.Win32.Generic and deletes it.

 

I am not sure the issue was before.

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BlackScout

Generic... Likely to be some random behavior that is being flagged by your Antivirus.

That's why you don't use them. They just eat HDD Performance and return false positives. Just don't browse sh*tty websites.

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MIXAZZZ

2.9 is FUUCCCCCCCKINGGG SUUUXXXXX

 

It hangs when importing some .ODR models for GTA IV into the archive, while in the old version 2.8 import is successful.

 

2tr9X.jpg

 

Good, FIX IT, NOW!

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_MK_

What's a .YVR ?

Edited by _MK_

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Claude_Lib

Is it normal that "Also hide children" option doesn't seem to work at all when observing the collision meshes (aka "Bounds") inside the YFT models?

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nkjellman

@GooD-NTS

 

I just thought of an amazing idea for OpenIV.asi. What if you could add a file called mods.rpf?

 

Basically, the file would be like update.rpf. Same structure. Putting a file in it would override the file in other rpf's. Also, it would surpass update.rpf. So why would this be a good idea?

-We wouldn't need to copy the update.rpf to the mods folder. We would just have mods.rpf which only has the modded files and overrides others.

-If someone is modifying a file that would be in one of Rockstar's DLC files, they can do it with the extraTitleUpdate feature.

-This is the most important reason for this. When a new patch rolls out, we won't have to reinstall every single mod we did in update.rpf. That is the biggest headache for me. Only things you would need to worry about in most cases is the dlclist.xml and the gameconfig.xml.

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_CP_

@nkjellman
You forgot about 4GB limit of RPF files.

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rollschuh2282

@nkjellman

You forgot about 4GB limit of RPF files.

i think he means the mods.rpf would be like the update.rpf but we don't need to reinstall every mod to the update.rpf after each update

because the mods.rpf would just overide the files of the update.rpf

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BlackScout

@nkjellman

You forgot about 4GB limit of RPF files.

mods1.rpf mods2.rpf :V

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