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In Topic: Aurora's Shoes and Boots v5.2.2

18 October 2019 - 05:40 AM

Minor feedback regarding mod:

there is a 'agkaraea.rar' file inside mod: https://github.com/S...to/agkaraea.rar I don't think it's intended.


In Topic: Crash going into Nashkel (BGT)

06 August 2019 - 05:13 PM

One question in hope it will be answered: is IA mandatory for Aurora? 

If IA isn't already installed, Aurora installs a subset of IA including EXE patches, IDS patches, relevant animation files, etc.  That is the only way to get the new animations in the game.  It looks like the IA core mod was last updated 12 May 2010 and the core Aurora mod was last updated 08 Feb 2010.  I don't know if installing IA before Aurora will help with animation issues on BGT/TuTu, but it might.  I suspect that's how most people install it, but that's not based on any real statistics or anything.

In Topic: Crash going into Nashkel (BGT)

06 August 2019 - 06:41 AM

All bug reports are appreciated and will be added to the master list of issues to be resolved.  However, no animation related bug or crash will be fixed (by me anyway) until the new version of Infinity Animations (that is also EE compatible) is released.  I'm not interested in reinventing the wheel twice...  I hear there may be a beta version of IA available within the next few weeks.

In Topic: Aurora's Shoes and Boots v5.2.2

06 August 2019 - 06:34 AM

have a look here. It is very simple.

Readmes have been updated, but the French version if rather outdated, especially in the underlying code, but also somewhat in content.  Probably not worth bothering with until there is an EE compatible version anyway.



Good job Sam..


The "Readme" is taken from tp2 "README" keyword and will open local readme file. But it might be nice idea to have also "Readme" keyword inside metadata file  for the online readme instead.


Is this something which you might be interested?

Ideally, I'd like to be able to include links (either to local files or the web) for each translation of a mod's readme.  You can pull the default readme (usually English), from the README keyword in the TP2, but some of my mods have more than just the default.  Is there a standardized way of doing this yet?


Sam, please read this proposal: https://www.gibberli...&comment=271555 and provide feedback.

FWIW, I have provided feedback.

In Topic: Aurora's Shoes and Boots v5.2.2

19 July 2019 - 07:51 PM

Aka, have you not ever read user manuals with multiple language indexes ?

Not that were easy to read, easy to navigate, and easy for multiple translators to maintain.  I guess what I could do is add links at the top to all the other translations (maybe including a country flag of the language), but I'm not sure how obvious that would be.