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Post by DJ Full » 20 Nov 2016 13:56

Fluen wrote:When the coin was in the air, one would suddenly know, what outcome one hoped for.
This is brilliant, even better than what I said.
First note to take while making a BtB pack:
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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 17:33

How do I play this? I downloaded it but can't play. How do I do it please?

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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 17:42

SuzanneJack wrote:How do I play this? I downloaded it but can't play. How do I do it please?
Ok I found the instuctions, hope it works. Do I also install each level besides the pkg?

DUH! April 2017

So I'm D/L ing 2015, still need to know if I download every level and the pkg.

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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 18:45

Script dat & english into the main folder of the package? and tr4 from the level in to the package? Is that right? I got a crash saying tr4 stopped working. :?

Or is it the other way around?

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Post by Ryan » 04 Feb 2017 18:59

Script.dat and English.dat files from the specific level go into the main folder of the package and the TR4 files from the specific level go into the data folder of the package. Hope this helps. Depending on how many levels you wish to play, you will have to replace certain TR4 files.
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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 19:01

:hug: Thank you Ryan, I will try that.

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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 19:03

Do I unzip both first?

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Post by Ryan » 04 Feb 2017 19:08

You only really need to unzip the main package as the actual executable is located there, but it would help to unzip the levels too to avoid any possible issues.
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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 19:18

Ryan wrote:You only really need to unzip the main package as the actual executable is located there, but it would help to unzip the levels too to avoid any possible issues.

Thank you Ryan, will try that.

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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 19:27

SuzanneJack wrote:
Ryan wrote:You only really need to unzip the main package as the actual executable is located there, but it would help to unzip the levels too to avoid any possible issues.

Thank you Ryan, will try that.
If there is script dat and script2 dat do I put both in main folder? Sorry, I haven't played the BTB in a few years.

Bass dll not found
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Post by Ryan » 04 Feb 2017 19:30

I reckon the Script.dat2 is just a backup, but I would recommend you place both inside the main folder, just in case.
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Post by Ray Croft » 04 Feb 2017 19:32

Ryan wrote:I reckon the Script.dat2 is just a backup, but I would recommend you place both inside the main folder, just in case.
The Script2.dat is something that builders need to include when they built their adventure with TREP (Amazing tool to modify tomb4.exe) so yes, inside the main folder

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Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 19:33

Bas DLL not found :bigcry:

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Post by Ryan » 04 Feb 2017 19:37

SuzanneJack wrote:Bas DLL not found :bigcry:
Hmm, I can't say I've ever encountered that error before. :?
The only other solution I can suggest is, if you have the original Level Editor installed, to try using the bass DLL from there instead. If not, then I'm out of ideas. Sorry.
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Re: Back to Basics 2016 - Open for registration

Post by SuzanneJack » 04 Feb 2017 19:40

I'll try that and reinstall all. If it doesn't work, I'll look for another level. Thanks for your help buddy

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