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MF 1.02Olaf van der Spek00:38 27-11-2002
MF 1.02 and then some...Prokopis11:10 27-11-2002
Re: MF 1.02 and then some...Olaf van der Spek21:30 27-11-2002
RA1 audioProkopis07:04 28-11-2002
Re: RA1 audioOlaf van der Spek02:42 03-12-2002
thememd.iniProkopis11:27 08-12-2002
Re: thememd.iniOlaf van der Spek20:12 08-12-2002

> Hey Olaf,
> I've been trying to insert some more themes from RA1 in the YR list and it's been working ok so far. Gotta ask one thing though: I have a problem with the names of the scores when viewed ingame (from the list). Some are displayed correctly with each word seperated with a space from its previous and starting with a capital letter, but others are problematic not being seperated or (for the one worded ones) not starting with a capital letter. Then there are those I see with a MISSING prefix like MISSINGTHEME:Song's Name. I'm pretty sure I'm doing something wrong with the themes files and that some tweaking has to be done over the recording the Mixer did in each score's attributes (perhaps adding some of the ones that don't seem to be needed when in fact they are or something like the 'Normal' one). So here's the Q: What are the rules based on which the names function properly? Can numbers also be added in in all cases (cause I know 200 Meters is displayed correctly), because I have both Hell March 1 and 2 and I'd like to have em named like that. How can I fix all my theme's names?

It'd be easier to use XCC Theme Writer. If you don't you need to use XCC String Table Editor.

> PS: Tell me if you'd like me to post my thememd.ini file for you.


My thememd.iniProkopis10:32 09-12-20029
    Re: My thememd.iniOlaf van der Spek18:22 09-12-2002
        Writing themes for RA2Prokopis09:53 10-12-2002
            Re: Writing themes for RA2Olaf van der Spek17:34 10-12-2002
                CSF?Prokopis12:45 11-12-2002
                    Re: CSF?Olaf van der Spek18:28 11-12-2002
                        All done!Prokopis08:53 14-12-2002
                            Re: All done!Olaf van der Spek20:01 14-12-2002
                                Re: All done!Prokopis10:00 16-12-2002

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