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In Topic: KOTOR1 Placeable Limit

21 January 2018 - 06:17 PM

It is pretty awkward for modding haha. It's annoying not being able to have BOS / K1R together as it's definitely the placeables.2da file causing the problem. 

In Topic: KOTOR1 Placeable Limit

21 January 2018 - 10:26 AM

So this why I had issue with a newly added computer panel in BOS when I played it alongside K1R, thanks for clearing this up!


I've used placeables.2da in some of my own mods, puts me off using it now for K1 haha. 


But like the upgrade.2da can't you get around this by placing dummy lines within the .2da file to be able to add more of your own lines in the .2da file? Please see the below as an example for the upgrade.2da file that corpsecotillion typed out here:


"In a thread from a couple years ago (http://deadlystream....ghtsaber +addon), Rece discovered that the upgrade.2da file does this weird thing where after row 31 it wraps back around to row 1, so any crystal you put in row 32 onward will change to a different crystal when you hit the assemble button. The good news is that there is a workaround, but it requires using filler rows. After some serious experimentation I was able to get 14 custom upgrade crystals to work in my game, but any more than that and you'll end up with the crystal changing phenomenon again. Without changing any vanilla upgrade rows, you can only add 7 of your custom crystals to rows 25-31, and then additionally you can add 7 more to rows 27-53. That means rows 32-46 are filler. Type whatever you want into first two columns. It really doesn't matter what you put; the rows simply need to exist as placeholders. Set the upgradetype column to anything EXCEPT 0 so it doesn't interfere with the other upgrade crystals."

In Topic: Brotherhood of Shadow on Xbox One?

08 January 2018 - 11:10 AM

You can play Kotor on the Xbox One? I'm so getting one now haha. Is it remastered? 

In Topic: New PC specs

29 September 2017 - 05:38 PM

Okay, so aftermarket cards are just all the non reference/FE cards. Palit and Zotac are two manufacturers of GPUs, so getting one of theirs would be a good thing.



Yay all my ducks are lined in a row now. Happy bunny. Such good advice on this website!!


Holy sh*t, you're spending some $3000 on a NASA build so you can play Kotor at 1000FPS? All the power to you, but you could spend probably 1/3 of what you're paying for all of that and get a build that can play all of those games at max settings with 60-120FPS and several graphical mods.


I do want to buy a Bugatti Veyron for the nice looking cup holders! 

In Topic: New PC specs

29 September 2017 - 12:59 PM

I now have a problem where the guy on the phone said they have Founders Edition and that they sell Palit / Zotac GPUs. But the support team say they sell aftermarket cards and that they aren't Founders Edition. Confusing. 


Here's some info on "Aftermarket cards". From what I read they aren't Founders Edition. 




From your expertly written replies I now know so much more about Graphics Cards! Nvidia are cruel haha. $100 more for a worse specs GPU is nasty haha.