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PSX FFT Hacking / Re: PSX Patch Help
« on: December 17, 2018, 08:09:49 AM »
Since my words fell on deaf ears, I'll just let you see for yourself.
The real, best glitch starts at 0:48. You can duplicate any weapon or shield for free. Two Swords is not required.

Unfortunately this is the best quality video that I found demonstrating the glitch.

PSX FFT Hacking / Re: PSX Patch Help
« on: December 16, 2018, 09:53:42 PM »
Excablibur and Chaos Blade increased the damage and became single swords (impossible to duplicate), etc ...
I hope that wasn't the real reason you changed those swords, because it sounds like you only know about the old, inferior 2 Swords duplication glitch that requires you to buy the duplicated item. There's a moderately similar glitch that allows you to duplicate any weapon or shield (except shuriken and bombs, as you can't equip those), without even paying a penny.


Event Editing / Re: New event from a patch i've been working on lately
« on: December 03, 2018, 08:12:21 AM »
I can't properly review this right now (I have a murderous headache), but I just wanted to say that everyone so far more or less started at your level (well except for me, but I'm also the one who discovered and documented 98% of event instructions) and that any feedback we give you is essentially just meant to make you more aware of what you can do to make your events more engaging. So far everyone who has kept at it wanting to improve are now making amazingly-looking events, so hopefully that's what you strive for too!

So even if the criticism feels overwhelming, I highly encourage you to listen to our opinions and re-record the changes so we can review again, until the event is more or less perfect. Both Elric and Nyzer learned very fast this way.

We need to make one thing clear: Which version are you modding?

- You say PSP
- Your profile says PSX
- You create topics both in the PSX (even today) and WotL sections
- You try to use a lot of tools that are only meant for the PSX version

Not to mention that this tutorial is pretty useless now since you can just use Shishi to directly edit the UNIT.BIN and WLDFACE.BIN files. This should be possible for WotL as well... though I forgot if someone managed to change the links between spritesheets and UNIT.BIN or not for WotL. Safest bet is to use a spritesheet that is linked to an unused UNIT.BIN slot (like one of the few unused priests) and use that spritesheet slot for your unit. Though I have to say I can't recall which spritesheets are associated to those, sorry.

Help! / Re: Abilities
« on: December 02, 2018, 06:32:50 AM »
Well, English isn't my first language either; it's French. Just gotta keep at it and focus on improving, that's what's important.

And... where did you assume I lived? Because your post time is 11pm for me. Not exactly daytime.

Help! / Re: Abilities
« on: December 02, 2018, 02:31:31 AM »
Well, there's the
If you want more of a "Make my own game" tutorial, you could write it yourself as you learn so that those in the future who are just like you wishing there was such a thing have access to it.

And I'm not very familiar with WotL, I heard changing the skillset of generic jobs on that version wasn't an issue. Maybe I was misinformed.

Help! / Re: Abilities
« on: December 02, 2018, 12:26:15 AM »
For the PSX version, you can't change the skillset ID of a generic job. You have to edit the skillset they already have. Otherwise the game tries to read 'learnt ability' flags based on Job JP amounts and such; i.e. memory overflow.

Spriting / Re: Portrait palette color transfer issues?
« on: December 01, 2018, 02:13:50 AM »
It's the button with an arrow pointing down with a bar under it, i.e. the first thing under the 256 colour grid.

Yeah, I think you jumped to conclusions because:
A) There is no reason to believe the hack or the tool caused this
B) There is no reason to believe other tools could "lessen" the effect
C) ePSXe is a pretty bad emulator with easily the worst audio emulation available out of the major emulators out there

Event Editing / Re: I could use some help over here
« on: November 14, 2018, 04:50:00 PM »
Yeah, Ultima would need 3 parameters:
- Caster coordinates (used for a few 'throw' effects like lifebreak, IIRC)
- Main Effect coordinates
- Hit Effect target ID

As you can't define the main effect coordinates (defaults to X = 0 & Y = 0), or even set multiple targets, this definitely limits the list of effects we can use, unfortunately.

I wonder how hard it would be to make a hack to allow defining those coordinates

Non-FFT Modding / Re: Final Fantasy VIII Draw ASM hack
« on: November 14, 2018, 04:39:01 PM »
Even though there's a lack of proper analog support on PC, I only play the PC version now because of laziness, mods and no jitter.

I tried making this hack on PC (as well making the cap 255 instead of 100), but ultimately failed... and this would have been very easy and fast for me to make these hacks on PSX, but... yeah, I don't play the PSX version anymore. :v

It's still nice for people who still play the PSX version though.

Event Editing / Re: I could use some help over here
« on: November 09, 2018, 03:26:30 PM »
1. It's necessary for savestate event editing so the text offset always remains the same (otherwise if you add/remove an instruction, the text will be compiled right after the event, and thus will move). You normally need to make sure you're giving this a high enough number so that you have enough space to add a bunch of instructions, but not too high that it break the event space limit, which is 0x2000. 0x1800 is a good number for this. However you don't need to do any of this if you use the newest Event Instruction Upgrade hack.

2. Use the camera instruction helper to properly center the camera where the effect will play so it doesn't go back and forth when playing an Effect.

Spriting / Re: First Frankeinsprite after following CONMAN guide
« on: October 23, 2018, 02:12:38 PM »
I'm sorry if the post broke any rules and/or annoyed you guys. Also, any thoughts/tips are welcome and needed.
Alright, here's the deal. We've literally never had anyone apologize in advance for breaking rules (you're far from the first one), and seen them break any rules. Ever. Many people who do break the rules are aware that they commonly do so in general, and can get extremely aggressive when being called out on it. Some things are just a lack of decency as human beings toward others, and they will hate being called out on those as well. They will defend their positions to the point of resorting to personal attacks. i.e. People who are the most concerned about breaking rules never do. I mean, it's obvious that you are a very good and mindul person, but there's no need to be so apologetic, you can make people far happier by focusing on what you can do to help them, rather than how to avoid hurting them!

It might suck to hear, but your sprite right now kinda looks like a smurf. Far too much blue. It might be hard to give the hair its own palette of colour, but it would help tremendously make the sprite appealing to the eye. But hey, you've actually created something; that's more than what 99% of people do around these parts.

Help! / Re: 'Dragon' Flag
« on: October 22, 2018, 07:46:41 PM »
There is no such flag, it is hardcoded to a range of Job IDs.

Help! / Re: I can't change sprite of knight
« on: October 19, 2018, 08:19:59 PM »
If you don't mind taking many hours to edit the dozens of instances where he would look glitched in event as a result, sure. Or leave them as is—they don't hurt. They'll just make the story rather ugly to look at at times.

Spriting / Re: Official Sprite Request Section (Rarely fulfilled)
« on: October 19, 2018, 04:47:41 PM »
I don't mean to come off like a smart ass, but have you tried making one completing it yourself? 😊

Help! / Re: I can't change sprite of knight
« on: October 19, 2018, 04:33:15 PM »
Save yourself some trouble and use Shishi to change the formation sprite/portrait instead of that Japanese translated program requiring you to use CDMage or whatever to import the files. Shishi just does it for you.

And if you're going to switch palettes that way, make sure "Match Pixels with Colors" isn't checked

Non-FFT Modding / Re: Llednar's mission dialogue help
« on: October 16, 2018, 12:29:20 PM »
What was the reasoning behind using Font size 1 when you're trying to get help? To me it makes about as much sense as trying to cut a steak with a spoon. Were you playing around, didn't realize your mistake, or realized it but didn't realize there was an edit button, or you did and figured people could just zoom in? I don't understand...

PSX FFT Hacking / Re: Sword Spirit [fix]
« on: October 14, 2018, 04:51:59 PM »
Just put the .xml file in the same folder as FFTPatcher and all.

Help! / Re: Question about sprite animations and FPS
« on: October 11, 2018, 10:32:16 AM »
Can't you just use GifCam with Shishi? Works perfectly fine for me. Just overrecord a bit to get the proper frame delay for each frame.

Shishi allows you to view each individual animation frame manually if you click "Pause".

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