trevuar25

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    Writing music, building computers, and modding. :D ♪♫ Check out my soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/trevor-d-lentz

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  1. The best way to start this process would be to have a goal for what you want to mod. If you have a very specific goal, people with experience will be able to guide you along your journey.
  2. trevuar25

    TSL of the Old PC

    The newest one has a few more changes and the main menu has zero particles and will work with widescreen mods.
    My mod would have been impossible without this tool! You rock!
  3. trevuar25

    TSL of the Old PC

    It should. There are MANY models in the Nar Shadda, Telos, Telos Academy, and Dantooine in general. All models have been modified to produce less particles.
  4. Thanks for pointing that out. I usually try to read too fast and miss the tiny details lol
  5. I totally agree with DarthParametric Those tools will be (and are) invaluable! I would also like to nominate the following mods. KOTOR II TSL TSL Main Menu Model Fix for Widescreen 1.1 by DarthParametric KOTOR KotOR High Resolution Menus 1.0 by ndix UR
  6. trevuar25

    KOTORmax

    I'm looking forward to checking this out!
  7. trevuar25

    TSL of the Old PC

    Thanks for the compliments Malkior I'm still taking a break from modding but I will visit the original KOTOR with the same mod eventually.
  8. Version 1.3 is now live. Thanks to DarthParametric (and his TSL Main Menu Model Fix 1.1 mod ) , I've added smokeless widescreen menus to TSL of the Old PC for widescreen users.
  9. If I give credit, could I modify these with lower particle effects for my 1.2 release of "TSL of the Old PC" mod? Great work btw.