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However, with ModelingMan's return (and the fact that he still has his old source files) means he can recreate it again.

Really? This is so cool :)
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You're telling me! I feel like I can now see a light at the end of the tunnel for getting a "Final" release.

 

Since you stopped by 13, would you mind if we incorporated your widescreen fix directly into the mod? I'd like to include that on an official basis.

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I can't get the game to run after compilation. It always crashes at 0x0064DAE3, last opcode executed at 0053 (create player). Toni5 and Kenji1 are the ones that use particle 15 but I think Silent fixed Toni5 already. Particle 19 is used in Intro, and particle 18 is used in Intro and Love4.

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You're telling me! I feel like I can now see a light at the end of the tunnel for getting a "Final" release.

 

Since you stopped by 13, would you mind if we incorporated your widescreen fix directly into the mod? I'd like to include that on an official basis.

Please, it would be great. Edited by ThirteenAG
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@13: Thanks. I think Silent said he would just include it in his files. We'll make sure to add your name to the contributors list (which we'll need to update)

 

@space: I had some issues a few weeks ago too. And for me the solution was to use Sanny version 3.1.4. For some reason, it would not compile with the newest version. I didn't test all of them, but I know 3.1.4 works for me. And I used the VICESCM.ini that's in the root of the DB folder.

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Your tip triggered my memory. I had to set Sanny Builder's VC directory to the LC directory and now it works! :)

 

Another thing, I had recently finished collecting information on all the audio files in the Audio folder. Maybe they can be useful for you.

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Regarding audio, for the next release, I would like to have all of the audio just done. Meaning the sfx.raw will be exactly how we want it for LC and the radio stations will all be included. Back when we started this, many people were on dial up and even the 100 MB download was a bit big. Now, I wouldn't mind if the GTA:LC Final v1.0 download was a 1 GB if that would make things easier for the users. So I'm not concerned at all about file size.

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I updated two files there. Is there a way to view the changes between revisions on the site itself?

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Not sure about viewing the specific changes but if you log onto dropbox.com (with your own credentials) you can see (under events) which files were changed and by whom. There's also a place to view previous versions. But I do not think it would say line 50 in file x was changed to something else.

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Yeah, it won't. For that we\d have to set up a repository... GitHub anyone?

 

 

Since MM has set up a GitHub repo for our EXE hacks, maybe we could create one bigger GTALC repo with both SCM and ASI stuff in?

 

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A separate repository would probably be better, though. Should I make one?

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The mod still has minor thing here and there which can be taken care of. For example, vehicles use twice-lower-res shadow texture, or custom texture for radar ring and so on. Will you look into them?

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The mod still has minor thing here and there which can be taken care of. For example, vehicles use twice-lower-res shadow texture, or custom texture for radar ring and so on. Will you look into them?

the shadow just has nasty compression, I noticed the radar one too and yeah that's pretty weird, where'd that texture come from? also the main font is only 512x512 while the one in normal III is twice that resolution

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Yeah, it won't. For that we\d have to set up a repository... GitHub anyone?

 

 

Since MM has set up a GitHub repo for our EXE hacks, maybe we could create one bigger GTALC repo with both SCM and ASI stuff in?

 

EDIT:

A separate repository would probably be better, though. Should I make one?

 

No objections from me. I may need some education on using it, but I think you can nudge me where I need to be.

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I like having everything in one place. Can it include every file, not just SCM and ASI? What is the advantage of making it separate?

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I have plenty of my space on my Dropbox to put the whole thing up there. Silent did not have enough room last time I talked to him. I received a free 50 GB upgrade for 2 years by linking an Android phone to my DB account.

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I like having everything in one place. Can it include every file, not just SCM and ASI? What is the advantage of making it separate?

Syncing an entire game via GitHub is a bad idea...

 

also, I think a separate repository for levels (SCM) would be better. Mainly because source control include changelogs of each commit (change), so mixing up ASI and SCM changelogs would be confusing.

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Something is wrong with the Phoenix. Is it an issue with the model? I tried shooting it and it crashed the game.

phoenix.jpg

 

I found a structure in memory that assigns engine, horn, siren, and door sounds to vehicles. Maybe we can get car sounds to match up with GTA III's. It's a large table. A fix for the siren's pitch using this would be great.

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Something is wrong with the Phoenix. Is it an issue with the model? I tried shooting it and it crashed the game.

phoenix.jpg

 

I found a structure in memory that assigns engine, horn, siren, and door sounds to vehicles. Maybe we can get car sounds to match up with GTA III's. It's a large table. A fix for the siren's pitch using this would be great.

Did you try assigning it in the LC INI?
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I found a structure in memory that assigns engine, horn, siren, and door sounds to vehicles. Maybe we can get car sounds to match up with GTA III's. It's a large table. A fix for the siren's pitch using this would be great.

Sure, we could even end up having this configurable from a new data file located in data dir or so.

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Space, like NG said, that's due to the handling being different when we changed the car's names. I think I fixed the typo of Pheonix so that would need to be reflected in gta-lc.ini.

[CarHandling]BOXVILLE=BELLYUPBENSON=MRWONGSSABRE1=DIABLOSGANGBUR=HOODSVOODOO=YARDIESPARROW=DELOFLYDELUXO=DELODRVHERMES=PANLANTSPAND=COLUMBKAUFMAN=BORGNINEBLOODRB=YAKUZATOPFUN=GENLEEOCEANIC=BLISTAPREDATOR=RIORIO=PREDATOR
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You're right. It was a handling issue. The line was missing from the file.

 

PHEONIX=PHOENIX
On the topic of the Phoenix, are there plans to reimplement the animation to the hood scoop now that it has a different ID? Edited by spaceeinstein
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I didn't realize anything was missing. But yeah, anything like that should be changed for this mod.

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Why does Phoenix spawn in place of Hotring Racer? I never understood that part. Is it due to LCSCM.ini? Also, the problem with Phoenix model has been a problem since the Beta 3.1 or older if I can remember.

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Because of model replacing. Original Phoenix is replaced with Yakuza Stinger.

I think there should be a way of hacking the cheat spawn IDs in the launcher. The VC exe spawns vehicles based on their IDs AFAIK.
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Yes, all cars that spawn with cheats spawn using IDE numbers (0x4ACE36 - 4 bytes for vehicle ID 233, hotrinb). Is it better to replace the Hotring Racer with the Yakuza Stinger if we are going to keep the Phoenix in the game?

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Obviously. This way we wouldn't have to tamper with Phoenix animated hood scoop.

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Yes, all cars that spawn with cheats spawn using IDE numbers (0x4ACE36 - 4 bytes for vehicle ID 233, hotrinb). Is it better to replace the Hotring Racer with the Yakuza Stinger if we are going to keep the Phoenix in the game?

Maybe this could be done:

hotrina: Cartel Cruiser

horingb: Yakuza Stinger

 

I don't remember what exactly spawns in place of hotrina, but it's DeLorean I assume.

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Is there a non-EXE version of the SFX files? My antivirus flagged the download as suspicious.

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