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MMX & avoiding CSF
#1
IIRC there was a way to avoid CSF when using MMX maps. How was this done and does this also work in RA2 or is it YR only?
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#2
What exactly do you mean by "avoiding CSF"?

I'm also not sure if this has anything to do with Ares...
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#3
It's a bad sign when even I notice something could've been phrased more diplomatically, Worm. Be nice.

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(01.06.2011, 05:43:25)kenosis Wrote: Oh damn don't be disgraced again!

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#4
Sorry, I don't think there's a way to do that. Blade might know better though.
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#5
Not that I know of, was it a feature of Npatch maybe?
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#6
Maybe the feature was requested but never implemented by WW. It's easy to implement though.
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#7
Am I the only one not knowing about the feature? Which feature/what's the problem? Wtf

Is it the requirement for MMX/YRO files to contain a PKT file pointing to a name string in the CSF file?

With Ares it should be possible using the NOSTR: prefix to use the tag value as text opposed to using it as a CSF file label. I haven't tested this, but NOSTR: might work.
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#8
Yes, that's the feature!
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#9
NOSTR: works in all contexts where CSF is used, but it only allows up to 26 characters.
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#10
Ah, thanks a lot! Is that an Ares feature or a YR feature? It's not working in RA2.
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#11
It's an Ares feature. (That's why I didn't mention it initially, under the assumption that if you were looking for Ares information you would have asked in the Ares forum.)
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#12
I think I did post in the Ares forum, but the thread was moved.
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#13
...because there was no sign you were asking about Ares features.
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(01.06.2011, 05:43:25)kenosis Wrote: Oh damn don't be disgraced again!

(25.06.2011, 20:42:59)Nighthawk Wrote: The proverbial bearded omni-bug may be dead, but the containment campaign is still being waged in the desert.
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