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Stomatol
Posted on 08-14-16 04:12 PM Link | #76132
From what I can see there's no way to change the scrolling direction of a texture currently, is that right? Do you think that would be possible to implement eventually, or is it simply not supported by the SM64DS engine?

Fiachra
Posted on 08-19-16 01:58 PM Link | #76298
I think there is meant to be some way but it's not supported in the editor. You'll notice that after patching the ROM texture animations stop working in certain levels such as Lethal Lava Land. This is because there is some data that is not copied from the original overlays. I would have to investigate.

Sparsite
Posted on 08-25-16 12:51 AM Link | #76459
Bugs that should be fixed for peoples sanity:

-If you try to open a rom thats open in nsmbe (or another program) sm64dse throws an error and you can't open another rom.

-If you open the model importer, import a model, then close the importer and reopen it, it will crash. This is probably the most annoying bug there is.

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Fiachra
Posted on 08-25-16 04:04 PM Link | #76483
SM64DSe R96 v2.3 BETA 2016/08/25

Changes:
- Fixed bug whereby Model Importer would crash after closing and then re-opening from another level editor window.
- Fixed bug whereby objects would be rendered with the wrong model after replacing another's model through the Model Importer.
- Fixed bug whereby editor would crash if trying to open a ROM after having received an error due to a ROM being open in another program.
- Fixed bug whereby DAE texture co-ordinates were not imported correctly if TexGenMode was set to "Normal".
- Fixed bug whereby DAE models could not be imported if a child bone had vertices assigned to it but one of its ancestor bones had not.
- Object parameters are now padded with zeroes for easier editing.

SM64DSe R95 v2.3 BETA 2016/08/19

Changes:
- Add new methods to ASM Hacking Template and update examples.

Download in SM64DSe Git repo and last download thread.

Sparsite
Posted on 08-25-16 05:34 PM Link | #76485
What exactly was happening that was making the model importer crash? I'm just curious.

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Sparsite
Posted on 08-28-16 12:24 AM (rev. 3 of 08-28-16 12:25 AM) Link | #76585
I'm not exactly sure if I did something wrong, but whenever I use the template to patch something, skelux's modded controls get patched to my ROM. I ran 'make clean' prior to patching and am using a clean sm64ds rom that wasn't previously opened in SM64DSe (then I opened it in sm64dse and click toggle suitability for NSMBe ASM patching.)

Did you add something that patches skeluxs fixed controls? I don't want them patched to my ROM.

(Double post because its been over a day and i'm assuming hes not answering the above question)

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load register r4 into r0
POP

Fiachra
Posted on 08-28-16 03:13 PM Link | #76598
Posted by Sparsite
I'm not exactly sure if I did something wrong, but whenever I use the template to patch something, skelux's modded controls get patched to my ROM. I ran 'make clean' prior to patching and am using a clean sm64ds rom that wasn't previously opened in SM64DSe (then I opened it in sm64dse and click toggle suitability for NSMBe ASM patching.)

Did you add something that patches skeluxs fixed controls? I don't want them patched to my ROM.

It should be obvious from the both the commit history and the code in your downloaded "source" directory that I did not. Delete the "bak" and "build" folders. If NSMBe encounters an error it will try to restore a backup. The backup in your case must contain those control changes.

(Double post because its been over a day and i'm assuming hes not answering the above question)

There's little point in me trying to explain if you're not at all familiar with SM64DSe's code.

Sparsite
Posted on 08-28-16 07:03 PM Link | #76611
Posted by Fiachra
It should be obvious from the both the commit history and the code in your downloaded "source" directory that I did not. Delete the "bak" and "build" folders. If NSMBe encounters an error it will try to restore a backup. The backup in your case must contain those control changes.

There's little point in me trying to explain if you're not at all familiar with SM64DSe's code.


Yeah, your right, ive only skimmed through the code a tiny bit. And thanks for the info, I was really confused on why the controls were being patched.

btw, this might be a good tweak to add for debug purposes


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shibboleet
Posted on 08-29-16 09:12 PM Link | #76657
Posted by Fiachra
It should be obvious from the both the commit history and the code in your downloaded "source" directory that I did not. Delete the "bak" and "build" folders. If NSMBe encounters an error it will try to restore a backup. The backup in your case must contain those control changes.

There's little point in me trying to explain if you're not at all familiar with SM64DSe's code.

you killed an innocent GL rendering list :(


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Sparsite
Posted on 09-29-16 07:32 PM (rev. 2 of 09-29-16 07:33 PM) Link | #78085
For some reason, your unable to view the animation root/data/enemy/togezo/togezo_attack.bca in the animation editor, unsure why. Perhaps it has happened with other animations too but I don't know for sure.

Also, was is Staple who came up with the form's inspector gadget title reference or Fiachra? lol.
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mibts
Posted on 12-29-16 01:17 PM (rev. 2 of 12-29-16 01:18 PM) Link | #80610
It would be nice to warn the user if the offset to anything in a BMD comes after the offset to the texture/pallete data block. When the game loads a BMD, it eventually deallocates anything from the data block offset onward, not caring if there is other crucial data there. Putting pallete headers after the data block is how I got black Goombas in a level. ;)

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