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Is there a good TDB-stringfile editor??Dennis06:47 05-05-2002
Re: Is there a good TDB-stringfile editor??Olaf van der Spek17:28 05-05-2002
Re: Is there a good TDB-stringfile editor??Dennis21:31 05-05-2002
Re: Is there a good TDB-stringfile editor??Olaf van der Spek01:20 06-05-2002
Re: Is there a good TDB-stringfile editor??Dennis04:45 06-05-2002

You're right. When you use multiple mods, the game gets troubles, so that's impossible. But the reason I want to have a TDB-stringfile editor, is because I want to translate the game, and eventually in the future making some mods.

Greetz,
Dennis.

> > Well, on some Westwood tech forum, they said you could place the Strings.TDB file just in the DATA folder of RG, and the game would use it. I tried it, and they were right. So there's no need to place the TDB in a PKG-file.

> > Greetz,
> > Dennis.

> But that means only one mod can have a TDB.

> > > > Hello everyone,

> > > > Is there some TDB-stringfile editor around,

> > > No.

> > > > or could you make some...? I have searched a lot on the internet, but I couldn't find a good one. I did download the official westwood level editor, that contains a built-in string table editor, but that one sucks really. Just a simple editor that can extract the strings to an Text-file or an Excel-file or somewhat, or just direct editing. I saw in your program XCC Mixer 1.21 that you have editing tools for RA2 and RA2:YR, but you haven't one for RG. Could you see if you could make such tool?

> > > It could be done, but ATM RG does not seem to support new TDBs inside PKGs.

> > > > Thanks,
> > > > Dennis.


Re: Is there a good TDB-stringfile editor??Olaf van der Spek05:09 06-05-20022
    Re: Is there a good TDB-stringfile editor??Dennis15:55 06-05-2002


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