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  1. View File TSL Turrets Models Repair There are two kinds of turrets in the Star Wars galaxy: the up turrets and the down turrets. The up turrets have all the nice geometry a turret needs, while the down turrets eschew their lower geometry in favor of nice shadows, since their undersides are not actually visible to people. A harmonious balance -- or so we all thought. It turns out that there are many opportunities to see the bottoms of the down turrets, exposing their empty underbellies for everyone to see. Their shadows are also incomplete and janky-looking. Let's restore balance to this galaxy! If you have not checked out Khoonda Turrets Model Repair, I suggest you do that as well. That will set the turrets around Khoonda to the up models instead of the down models, as they were meant to be. That will mean that they have all the geometry they need without the extra model shadows, which look no good on the higher-up turrets. Installation: Download the 7z file and extract to your override folder, found in the same directory as your main game executable. For Steam installations, this would be "Steam\steamapps\common\Knights of the Old Republic II\override". 7z files can be extracted with Archive Utility on macOS, or with programs like PeaZip on Windows and Linux. Uninstallation: Remove the folder "TSL_Turrets_Models_Repair_v1.0" from your override. Included Files: Compatibility: Users should expect full compatibility with any other mods, so long as they do not modify/replace the above files. I highly recommend using this mod in conjunction with Khoonda Turrets Model Repair, of you have not checked that out already. This mod will fix the lack of geometry issue there as well, but that one will remove the nasty-looking shadow it has. Acknowledgments: Big thank-you to seedartha, Symmetric, Purifier, and Ndix UR for making importing to Blender simple using KotORBlender, and Cortisol for making file extraction convenient with the Holocron Toolset. This modification is not supported by Obsidian Entertainment, Lucasarts, Disney or any licensers/sponsors thereof. Use of this modification is at your own risk and neither the aforementioned companies nor the author may be held responsible for any damages caused to your computer via this modification's usage. Submitter PapaZinos Submitted 09/23/2022 Category Mods TSLRCM Compatible Yes
  2. Version 1.0.0

    17 downloads

    There are two kinds of turrets in the Star Wars galaxy: the up turrets and the down turrets. The up turrets have all the nice geometry a turret needs, while the down turrets eschew their lower geometry in favor of nice shadows, since their undersides are not actually visible to people. A harmonious balance -- or so we all thought. It turns out that there are many opportunities to see the bottoms of the down turrets, exposing their empty underbellies for everyone to see. Their shadows are also incomplete and janky-looking. Let's restore balance to this galaxy! If you have not checked out Khoonda Turrets Model Repair, I suggest you do that as well. That will set the turrets around Khoonda to the up models instead of the down models, as they were meant to be. That will mean that they have all the geometry they need without the extra model shadows, which look no good on the higher-up turrets. Installation: Download the 7z file and extract to your override folder, found in the same directory as your main game executable. For Steam installations, this would be "Steam\steamapps\common\Knights of the Old Republic II\override". 7z files can be extracted with Archive Utility on macOS, or with programs like PeaZip on Windows and Linux. Uninstallation: Remove the folder "TSL_Turrets_Models_Repair_v1.0" from your override. Included Files: Compatibility: Users should expect full compatibility with any other mods, so long as they do not modify/replace the above files. I highly recommend using this mod in conjunction with Khoonda Turrets Model Repair, of you have not checked that out already. This mod will fix the lack of geometry issue there as well, but that one will remove the nasty-looking shadow it has. Acknowledgments: Big thank-you to seedartha, Symmetric, Purifier, and Ndix UR for making importing to Blender simple using KotORBlender, and Cortisol for making file extraction convenient with the Holocron Toolset. This modification is not supported by Obsidian Entertainment, Lucasarts, Disney or any licensers/sponsors thereof. Use of this modification is at your own risk and neither the aforementioned companies nor the author may be held responsible for any damages caused to your computer via this modification's usage.
  3. Version 2.0 is out! For those of you who remember this mod as "Harbinger Bridge Repairs", I have now expanded this mod to cover about the entirety of the ship, with the goal of fixing up everything I could find. That includes missing/misplaced geometry, UV and lightmapping errors, broken animations, mis-layered objects, and more. Some reorganization of models has also allowed me to lower the number of submodules that need to be loaded in during certain critical scenes, which could improve game performance as well.
  4. I will contact Achilles about it, and if they are good with it, I can create a patch.
  5. I like this idea, I will look into it!
  6. Version 1.1 is now available! For fans of Movie-style Jedi Master robes, DeadMan was gracious enough to allow me to create a compatibility patch for the new version for anyone who would like to use that mod alongside this one.
  7. View File Robes With Shadows For TSL There is nothing more central to a Jedi's life than a cool outfit, except maybe a sweet saber to boot. So why put on robes with missing textures on their backsides when you could be impressing Sith Lords with your nice getup? Why settle for the shadow of a limberjack when a cool silhouette is half the reason you don the cloak? Let's fix up the game's robes! This mod will provide you with some fixed up versions of all the game's robe models -- that's both the thicker and thinner variants of the Jedi robe, the Jal Shey armor, Kreia's robe, and the Handmaiden's hooded robe. All models will have various issues fixed up, as well as fitting shadows. Any outfit that uses one of these models, regardless of texture/color, will be improved for you, and that includes any new robes from any other mods (just make sure they don't replace one of the listed models in the below Included Files). Fans of Movie-style Jedi Master robes by DeadMan should read the Compatibility section below for how to install the included patch that makes these mods work together. This mod also fixes the floating shadow head issue when dual-wielding melee weapons, as well as a minor game error caused by a mismatched model name. Installation: Download the 7z file and extract to your override folder, found in the same directory as your main game executable. For Steam installations, this would be "Steam\steamapps\common\Knights of the Old Republic II\override". 7z files can be extracted with Archive Utility on macOS, or with programs like PeaZip on Windows and Linux. Once in-game, I recommend turning on soft shadows if you have not already (OPTIONS->GRAPHICS->ADVANCED GRAPHICS->SOFT SHADOWS). If you have TSLRCM installed, check the Included Files section below for any file listed with an asterisk (*). These files are already in your override after installing TSLRCM, so you should delete those versions in order for the new ones to work. The new versions already include all the changes made in the base TSLRCM version, and I have included a folder labeled "TSLRCM backup" which contains those older versions should you need to back them up. If you installed TSLRCM via Steam, you can find the relevant files to delete in "Steam\steamapps\workshop\485537937\override". Uninstallation: Place the files included in the "TSLRCM backup" folder into your override if using TSLRCM, and then remove "Ultimate_Robes_Repair_For_TSL" from your override. Included Files: Compatibility: This mod is fully compatible with any mod which does not replace any of the files listed above. If a mod does include any such models, you will have to pick which version to use, and remove the other from your override. If using TSLRCM, make sure to install that mod first, and make sure that any files listed with an asterisk above are successfully replaced by this mod. See the Installation section for more details. Any texture mods that add new or alter robe skins are compatible with this mod. However, many robe mods will attempt to replace model files (.mdl/.mdx) as well, rather than just textures (.tga/.tpc), so keep an eye out for what files are included with other mods. For fans of Movie-style Jedi Master robes, DeadMan was gracious enough to allow me to create a compatibility patch for anyone who would like to use that mod alongside this one. Simply take the files included in the Compatibility Patch folder out into your override in place of the versions included in the main mod folder. Make sure these versions also replace the ones used in the Movie-style mod and TSLRCM. Compatible mods include Jedi Journeyman Robes by Stormie97, which uses a different model as its basis, and much of Effixian's work, such as Effixian's Lore Keeper's Robes, Strider Robes, and Handmaiden Clothing Reskin. Acknowledgments: Thanks to seedhartha, NdixUR, Symmetric, and Purifier for making importing to Blender simple using KotORBlender, and Cortisol for making file extraction easy with the Holocron Toolset. I would also like to thank DeadMan for allowing me to use his models to create a compatibility patch for this mod and his. This modification is not supported by Obsidian Entertainment, Lucasarts, Disney or any licensers/sponsors thereof. Use of this modification is at your own risk and neither the aforementioned companies nor the author may be held responsible for any damages caused to your computer via this modification's usage. Submitter PapaZinos Submitted 05/10/2022 Category Mods TSLRCM Compatible Yes
  8. Version 1.1.0

    232 downloads

    There is nothing more central to a Jedi's life than a cool outfit, except maybe a sweet saber to boot. So why put on robes with missing textures on their backsides when you could be impressing Sith Lords with your nice getup? Why settle for the shadow of a limberjack when a cool silhouette is half the reason you don the cloak? Let's fix up the game's robes! This mod will provide you with some fixed up versions of all the game's robe models -- that's both the thicker and thinner variants of the Jedi robe, the Jal Shey armor, Kreia's robe, and the Handmaiden's hooded robe. All models will have various issues fixed up, as well as fitting shadows. Any outfit that uses one of these models, regardless of texture/color, will be improved for you, and that includes any new robes from any other mods (just make sure they don't replace one of the listed models in the below Included Files). Fans of Movie-style Jedi Master robes by DeadMan should read the Compatibility section below for how to install the included patch that makes these mods work together. This mod also fixes the floating shadow head issue when dual-wielding melee weapons, as well as a minor game error caused by a mismatched model name. Installation: Download the 7z file and extract to your override folder, found in the same directory as your main game executable. For Steam installations, this would be "Steam\steamapps\common\Knights of the Old Republic II\override". 7z files can be extracted with Archive Utility on macOS, or with programs like PeaZip on Windows and Linux. Once in-game, I recommend turning on soft shadows if you have not already (OPTIONS->GRAPHICS->ADVANCED GRAPHICS->SOFT SHADOWS). If you have TSLRCM installed, check the Included Files section below for any file listed with an asterisk (*). These files are already in your override after installing TSLRCM, so you should delete those versions in order for the new ones to work. The new versions already include all the changes made in the base TSLRCM version, and I have included a folder labeled "TSLRCM backup" which contains those older versions should you need to back them up. If you installed TSLRCM via Steam, you can find the relevant files to delete in "Steam\steamapps\workshop\485537937\override". Uninstallation: Place the files included in the "TSLRCM backup" folder into your override if using TSLRCM, and then remove "Ultimate_Robes_Repair_For_TSL" from your override. Included Files: Compatibility: This mod is fully compatible with any mod which does not replace any of the files listed above. If a mod does include any such models, you will have to pick which version to use, and remove the other from your override. If using TSLRCM, make sure to install that mod first, and make sure that any files listed with an asterisk above are successfully replaced by this mod. See the Installation section for more details. Any texture mods that add new or alter robe skins are compatible with this mod. However, many robe mods will attempt to replace model files (.mdl/.mdx) as well, rather than just textures (.tga/.tpc), so keep an eye out for what files are included with other mods. For fans of Movie-style Jedi Master robes, DeadMan was gracious enough to allow me to create a compatibility patch for anyone who would like to use that mod alongside this one. Simply take the files included in the Compatibility Patch folder out into your override in place of the versions included in the main mod folder. Make sure these versions also replace the ones used in the Movie-style mod and TSLRCM. Compatible mods include Jedi Journeyman Robes by Stormie97, which uses a different model as its basis, and much of Effixian's work, such as Effixian's Lore Keeper's Robes, Strider Robes, and Handmaiden Clothing Reskin. Acknowledgments: Thanks to seedhartha, NdixUR, Symmetric, and Purifier for making importing to Blender simple using KotORBlender, and Cortisol for making file extraction easy with the Holocron Toolset. I would also like to thank DeadMan for allowing me to use his models to create a compatibility patch for this mod and his. This modification is not supported by Obsidian Entertainment, Lucasarts, Disney or any licensers/sponsors thereof. Use of this modification is at your own risk and neither the aforementioned companies nor the author may be held responsible for any damages caused to your computer via this modification's usage.
  9. Yes, they should be compatible, though with the disclaimer that I have not tested them together. Looking through PartySwap's file changes, it modifies nothing specific to Nar Shaddaa, while this mod was designed with compatibility in mind even with other Nar Shaddaa-specific mods, so long as they do not change scripts or dialog specific to the airspeeder. This mod also makes no changes relevant to the Handmaiden or Disciple, so it is safe to say they deal with separate areas of the game.
  10. View File Ultimate Citadel Station Repairs Citadel Station is facing more than just a lack of fuel. Just getting to your morning shift in bay control can be hazardous -- they forgot to vacuum-seal the place! As a result, you can find gaps in walls, floors, and ceilings all exposing the station to space. Not to mention the many lighting, walkmesh, and UV errors that leave the station looking a little too much like the planet it orbits. Let's patch things up! Installation: Download the 7z file and extract to your override folder, found in the same directory as your main game executable. For Steam installations, this would be "Steam\steamapps\common\Knights of the Old Republic II\override". 7z files can be extracted using Archive Utility on macOS, or with programs such as PeaZip for Windows and Linux. Uninstallation: Remove "Ultimate_Citadel_Repairs" from your override. Included Files: Compatibility: Users should expect full compatibility with any other mods, so long as they do not replace any of the files listed above. This mod includes the same files and fixes included with Citadel Station Hangars Repair, with many more added on. If you previously installed that mod, you can safely delete "Citadel_Hangars_Repair" from your override. Texture mods for Citadel Station will also be compatible. Some cool other mods to check out for Citadel Station are Citadel Station Signage by Sith Holocron, HD Czerka Droid by ScrierOne, and the Kotor 2 Unlimited World Texture Mod by facemeltingsolo. Here's a fun one: for those of you playing 2003's Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and 2005's Battlefront II on PC, Citadel Station has been made a playable map for both, thanks to the work of JamyzGenius and teancum, respectively. You can find the mod for Jedi Academy here, and Battlefront II here. Check the mods out on YouTube for yourself. Acknowledgments: Thanks to Symmetric, Purifier, Ndix UR, and seedhartha for making importing to Blender simple using KotORBlender, and Cortisol and Fred Tetra for making file extraction easy with the Holocron Toolset and KotOR Tool, respectively. This modification is not supported by Obsidian Entertainment, Lucasarts, Disney or any licensers/sponsors thereof. Use of this modification is at your own risk and neither the aforementioned companies nor the author may be held responsible for any damages caused to your computer via this modification's usage. Submitter PapaZinos Submitted 04/25/2022 Category Mods TSLRCM Compatible Yes
  11. Version 1.0.0

    366 downloads

    Citadel Station is facing more than just a lack of fuel. Just getting to your morning shift in bay control can be hazardous -- they forgot to vacuum-seal the place! As a result, you can find gaps in walls, floors, and ceilings all exposing the station to space. Not to mention the many lighting, walkmesh, and UV errors that leave the station looking a little too much like the planet it orbits. Let's patch things up! Installation: Download the 7z file and extract to your override folder, found in the same directory as your main game executable. For Steam installations, this would be "Steam\steamapps\common\Knights of the Old Republic II\override". 7z files can be extracted using Archive Utility on macOS, or with programs such as PeaZip for Windows and Linux. Uninstallation: Remove "Ultimate_Citadel_Repairs" from your override. Included Files: Compatibility: Users should expect full compatibility with any other mods, so long as they do not replace any of the files listed above. This mod includes the same files and fixes included with Citadel Station Hangars Repair, with many more added on. If you previously installed that mod, you can safely delete "Citadel_Hangars_Repair" from your override. Texture mods for Citadel Station will also be compatible. Some cool other mods to check out for Citadel Station are Citadel Station Signage by Sith Holocron, HD Czerka Droid by ScrierOne, and the Kotor 2 Unlimited World Texture Mod by facemeltingsolo. Here's a fun one: for those of you playing 2003's Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and 2005's Battlefront II on PC, Citadel Station has been made a playable map for both, thanks to the work of JamyzGenius and teancum, respectively. You can find the mod for Jedi Academy here, and Battlefront II here. Check the mods out on YouTube for yourself. Acknowledgments: Thanks to Symmetric, Purifier, Ndix UR, and seedhartha for making importing to Blender simple using KotORBlender, and Cortisol and Fred Tetra for making file extraction easy with the Holocron Toolset and KotOR Tool, respectively. This modification is not supported by Obsidian Entertainment, Lucasarts, Disney or any licensers/sponsors thereof. Use of this modification is at your own risk and neither the aforementioned companies nor the author may be held responsible for any damages caused to your computer via this modification's usage.
  12. Just a quick announcement that v1.1 of Telos Model Repairs is now available for download. As promised, I worked out some fixes for more areas of the map where players are either levitating or halfway in the ground. Also fixed up the UV of a whole bunch of rocks, if you are into that sort of thing.
  13. Great work, Sith Holocron. The video is much appreciated. I will also leave here the link to the latest version of Ultimate Ebon Hawk Repairs for TSL, which now offers a similar animation fix option for the second game.
  14. I am glad to hear it! Thank you for reporting the issue, the mod has been updated accordingly.
  15. That is interesting. You likely have the right idea regarding the difference in platform, as I am unable to reproduce the issue on PC. Let me know if this version solves the issue for you -- if so, I will make it the standard. Ultimate_Ebon_Hawk_Repairs_for_TSL_v1.1_Animations_Fix.7z