Aspiring game developer & creator/project leader of the Mass Effect: Unification mod for Star Wars: Battlefront II.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 24 2015, 1:56am replied:

Also, here is the troubleshooting information from the app's help file:

Troubleshooting

If your game data is in a different location, you will need to update this location for the program to function properly. IF YOU ONLY SEE A MENU BAR AND A BUTTON, IT'S BECAUSE THE PROGRAM CAN'T FIND CONFIG.XML, OR THE FILE IS CORRUPTED.

If you use this tool to correct the location of the directory, and the program still isn't working properly, try selecting 'Refresh Tabs' under the 'Tools' menu. If the program still isn't working, it means some files are actually missing and need to be regenerated (see: Generate Missing Files), or another default location is incorrect (i.e., try using another tool in the 'Tools' menu).

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 24 2015, 1:42am replied:

*Technically* the Config Utility isn't necessary to run the mod, it just enhances the gameplay experience.

What is the full installation path of the mod? e.g., C:\Program Files (x86)\LucasArts\Star Wars Battlefront II\GameData\addon\ME5

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 17 2015, 5:10pm replied:

Nope. I think I can see why you'd think it is, though, lol. The hips?

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 17 2015, 4:47pm replied:

Ugh, I wish. Unfortunately there's not much we can do at all in terms of the minimap because of the way we're implementing the HUD. :(

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 17 2015, 7:14am replied:

I swear I'm reading a Cracked article.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 9 2015, 5:46pm replied:

^Exactly, at least not for a long while.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 4 2015, 9:40pm replied:

That's really strange. Could you check to make sure that the file "ver_r5_full" exists in the following directory in the GameData folder? :o

addon\ME5\data\_LVL_PC\cfg\VersionInfo\Current\

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 2 2015, 4:03pm replied:

That's extremely odd. Are you sure you had installed the correct version of the 1.1 patch? :O

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 1 2015, 11:21pm replied:

No.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Mar 1 2015, 4:43pm replied:

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 28 2015, 10:19pm replied:

Jesus ******* Christ, calm the **** down. It's just a goddamn video game. Try spending some time with your family or something instead.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 27 2015, 2:16pm replied:

Wait, does only the Mass Effect era crash on the Sol maps, or is the era not important to the problem? :O

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 23 2015, 3:24am replied:

What is dead may never die.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 22 2015, 5:38pm says:

"Too much sand 9.1/10" - IGN

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 20 2015, 5:22pm replied:

That means your download isn't finishing properly or at all. Just keep retrying, it'll work eventually.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 20 2015, 4:24am replied:

There is no Steam version for the latest release; there's no need for a Steam version because the installer now detects your game's installation path automatically based on the Windows registry. Which release did you install?

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 17 2015, 2:06pm replied:

No.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 16 2015, 10:51am replied:

No.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 16 2015, 7:00am replied:

Have you ever installed the mod before?

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 7 2015, 9:27am replied:

Do other mod maps crash? Which specific map/era/mode combinations are causing this issue?

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 7 2015, 9:25am replied:

Hmm. Verify the installer's integrity using the tutorial I just injected into the description above entitled "HOW TO VERIFY A FILE'S INTEGRITY USING MD5 CHECKSUMS".

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 2 2015, 3:45pm replied:

Thanks! :D

In the *near* future? Don't count on it. More like in the *eventually* future.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 2 2015, 3:30pm replied: +3 votes   media: New HUD
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Marth8880 Feb 2 2015, 12:04pm replied:

In fact, I think I'll probably just decrease font size for the tooltips and move its art element upwards a bunch in order to make room for moving the target info border upwards.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 2 2015, 12:02pm replied:

The tooltips actually do have black gradient marquee-style "strip" border-type thing, but that's beside the point. I'm actually still considering removing the tooltips altogether, lol, but I'll see what I can do about them.

Regarding the health bar border, it's there because that's how it's like in Mass Effect. Img1.wikia.nocookie.net
It wouldn't really feel right without it, but I think I can still move it up some.

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Feb 2 2015, 11:21am replied:

There will be an option to disable it via the config tool, yes. I definitely know what you mean, though. The 1.3 patch HUD looks absolutely awful and ugly (sorry to whoever designed it). However, I am trying to make mine as non-intrusive as possible - but those graphic elements that you mentioned are necessary in order for the text to actually be legible. :)

Suggestions are always welcome, by the way!

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Jan 25 2015, 4:55pm replied:

Right?

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Jan 18 2015, 6:52am replied:

No. Steam users can use any version. There just aren't Steam-specific installers for versions after R3 because they auto-detect the game's installation directory.

+1 vote   article: Installing Unification (R1) with the Steam version of SWBF2
Marth8880
Marth8880 Jan 17 2015, 11:23pm replied:

Highly relevant: Youtube.com :p

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Dec 28 2014, 9:14pm replied:

You'll just need to keep retrying the download until it works. Sorry. :(

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Dec 23 2014, 1:38pm replied:

Activate the exe? What exactly do you mean by that? Which exe?

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Marth8880
Marth8880 Dec 21 2014, 12:52am replied:

It's still being worked on, but it's currently on-hold since I'm now in school working on my Game Art & Design diploma at the Art Institute of Vancouver.

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