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  1. Hello everyone, This is my first post so I apologize in advance if this question has already been answered. Although it seems like I have searched everywhere without still finding my answer. For starters, I'm running a 2014 MacBook Pro.I have purchased Kotor 2 through steam and I'm very interested in applying as many mods as possible. From what I have read so far, seems as if TSLRCM is a must. I would also like to run M4-78EP and maybe a few more mods which bring in new content (Jedi temple/Jedi enclave and so on). I would also love to set up the widescreen UI if at all possible. Now from what I've seen so far, we are only able to subscribe to 5 mods on steam max or else the game will crash. I know that other mods can be installed manually but that's where I'm stuck. I read and watched countless forums and videos but nothing seems to be specific enough. What I mean by this is: the people who create these often won't included the specific steps required to move forward. I tried installing wineskin which was recommended but it skipped things like: what version, what engine, what it should look like and so on. (This is my first time doing something like this so every basic step is important) It has been a few weeks since I've purchased the game but I refuse to play it without adding some mods. Which bring me to my two questions: For mac users out there, are you able to simply just subscribe to at least TSLRCM 1.8.5, M4-78EP, and the widescreen UI on steam? Or can I manually install them without the use of anything like wineskin. And.... Will all three of those mods be compatible together? Thanks in advance.
  2. Version 3.0

    1,060 downloads

    Hello! This mod replaces the Ebon Hawk landing and takeoff movies included with the mod M4-78ep. Stoney originaly made these movies years ago with 3Ds Max. I decided to remake them using my student version of Autodesk Maya to make them look more consistent with the other Ebon Hawk movies in the game. The audio was created using sounds from Soundjay.com and the Star Wars films, and includes original music by the user Delator. This mod includes a regular version of the landing and takeoff movies as well as upscaled versions to match the High Quality Movies Patch. Don't want to wait to watch these movies? Preview them on YouTube first, at REQUIREMENTS TSLRCM and M4-78ep. If you don't have these, they're available here at DeadlyStream. Optional: The High Quality Movie Patch on kotorfiles.com INSTALLATION -(optional) Backup the files DroMov02.bik and DroMov04.bik in the Movies folder of TSL's main directory -Drop the DroMov02.bik and DroMov04.bik into the Movies folder of TSL's main directory -If you have the High Quality Movies Patch, use the files in the Upscaled folder included with this mod UNINSTALLATION -Restore the backups you made of the original movies from the M4-78ep mod THANX Thanks to Adobe Photoshop, Gmax, MDLOps, Autodesk Maya Student Version, Soundjay.com, Audacity, Sony Vegas, and Rad Video Tools. Special Thanks to Stoney for his work on the original movies, to Sith Holocron for all his help and support with this mod, to Delator for his original music, and to the rest of the M4-78ep team!
  3. Version 1.0

    250 downloads

    A Mod for Star Wars Knights of The Old Republic 2 Authors: N-DReW25 and Sith Holocron Release Date: 18.08.2017 Background: This mod was put together for people that wish to change the skyboxes in the M4-78EP mod. Whether you want Stoney's skyboxes for the nostalgia or if they find the alternate skyboxes are cooler – you now have more choices. Description: The cut droid planet M4-78 has had more than one single skybox since it was first dreamt up. Obsidian Entertainment - when creating M4-78 - used the cut Sleheyron skyboxes (that still exist within the K1 game files) and then altered them to use as the M4-78 skybox. The original intended skybox for M4-78 was briefly seen in Kotor 2's E3 trailer. In 2008, Quanon created a new custom skybox for the mod which consisted of buildings, a brown sky, and radiation for Stoney to use in his M4-78 mod. Stoney redid the skybox himself for the M4-78 Enhancement Project which had the background of a light orange sky with tall buildings. (That skybox is not included here as it’s already with the EP) This mod has three skyboxes to choose from: Stoney's M4-78 Version - by Quanon: This consists of the skyboxes made by Quanon for his 2008 M4-78. If you’re looking for have your M4-78 resemble the way it looked in Stoney’s original M4-78 mod, this is the one for you. Obsidian Version: This consists of the skyboxes intended to be used by Obsidian before M4-78 was cut. Sleheyron Version: Curious about what the Sleheyron skybox looked like? This’ll be your choice. The original Sleheyron skybox had no ceiling so Sith Holocron had to cobble one together. Installation: With choice comes responsibility. If you wish to use either the "Stoney Version" or the "Obsidian Version". Copy and Paste the files in the respective folder. You MUST overwrite the files already inside the override folder. (If you are unsure if you’ll want to keep the skybox, you can always revert back to the M4-78EP Skyboxes by copying and pasting the files within the “backups” folder.) Before you mention it, technically removing following files () from the Override will make the original Obsidian skyboxes from the mod appear. Its inclusion is mainly for simplicity’s sake. As for the Sleheyron version of the skybox, things are not so simple. As these files (with the exception of the ceiling texture) come from Knights of the Old Republic I, you’ll have to do some renaming of the files in the “Sleheyron Version” folder before you drop them into the Override. “LSL_sky01” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky1” “LSL_sky02” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky3” “LSL_sky03” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky0” “LSL_sky04” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky2” “LSL_sky05” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky4” Uninstallation: Remove or Delete the files from your Star Wars Knights of The Old Republic 2 override folder. Copy the contents of the Backup folder into your override folder (The Backup folder contains the M4-78EP skybox) Known Bugs: This mod shouldn't have bugs but if you encounter any, just PM me (N-DReW25) on Deadlystream. Incompatibilities: This mod is incompatible with anything that edits the skybox textures for M4-78 EP. This doesn’t include textures that change the skybox as viewed from inside the Ebon Hawk. Permissions: Do NOT claim credit for this mod, as that would exceedingly rude. If you want to use Quanon's M4-78 Skybox in your own release, please contact the original author Quanon for permission. Special Thanks: Obsidian for not deleting all of M4-78 – or at least making it recoverable. Stoney for making the original M4-78 mod. Quanon for making the skyboxes for the original M4-78 mod and for his permission to include them here. Zybl2 for making M4-78EP. Hassat Hunter for his continued work on the EP. Fred Tetra for Kotor Tool Everyone who downloads the mod. (Please leave feedback!) Legal: THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE/OBSIDIAN ENTERTAINMENT, LUCASARTS, DISNEY OR ANY LICENSERS/SPONSORS OF THE MENTIONED COMPANIES. USE OF THIS FILE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPANIES AND/OR THE AUTHOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE USAGE OF THIS FILE.
  4. Quick question: I am working on a VO for a specific droid. I have been able to find and extract the audio files (which was the EASY part)... I am unable to find the actual dialog entries anywhere. I am looking for the dialog entries for the Black Market Droid on M4-78. I went digging using the KOTOR toolset, but I haven't been able to find it anywhere, which tells me that I just don't know where and/or how to look. Also, to assuage any permissions concerns: I plan on submitting it to the M4-78EP modders first in order to obtain permission. If they do not like what they hear, then obviously they can deny permission to add to their already stellar mod. Any clarification and helpful advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys! I really want to be a part of all of this :-)
  5. File Name: M4-78 Alternate Skybox Pack File Submitter: N-DReW25 File Submitted: 18 Aug 2017 File Category: Skins TSLRCM Compatible: Yes A Mod for Star Wars Knights of The Old Republic 2 Authors: N-DReW25 and Sith Holocron Release Date: 18.08.2017 Background: This mod was put together for people that wish to change the skyboxes in the M4-78EP mod. Whether you want Stoney's skyboxes for the nostalgia or if they find the alternate skyboxes are cooler – you now have more choices. Description: The cut droid planet M4-78 has had more than one single skybox since it was first dreamt up. Obsidian Entertainment - when creating M4-78 - used the cut Sleheyron skyboxes (that still exist within the K1 game files) and then altered them to use as the M4-78 skybox. The original intended skybox for M4-78 was briefly seen in Kotor 2's E3 trailer. In 2008, Quanon created a new custom skybox for the mod which consisted of buildings, a brown sky, and radiation for Stoney to use in his M4-78 mod. Stoney redid the skybox himself for the M4-78 Enhancement Project which had the background of a light orange sky with tall buildings. (That skybox is not included here as it’s already with the EP) This mod has three skyboxes to choose from: Stoney's M4-78 Version - by Quanon: This consists of the skyboxes made by Quanon for his 2008 M4-78. If you’re looking for have your M4-78 resemble the way it looked in Stoney’s original M4-78 mod, this is the one for you. Obsidian Version: This consists of the skyboxes intended to be used by Obsidian before M4-78 was cut. Sleheyron Version: Curious about what the Sleheyron skybox looked like? This’ll be your choice. The original Sleheyron skybox had no ceiling so Sith Holocron had to cobble one together. Installation: With choice comes responsibility. If you wish to use either the "Stoney Version" or the "Obsidian Version". Copy and Paste the files in the respective folder. You MUST overwrite the files already inside the override folder. (If you are unsure if you’ll want to keep the skybox, you can always revert back to the M4-78EP Skyboxes by copying and pasting the files within the “backups” folder.) Before you mention it, technically removing following files () from the Override will make the original Obsidian skyboxes from the mod appear. Its inclusion is mainly for simplicity’s sake. As for the Sleheyron version of the skybox, things are not so simple. As these files (with the exception of the ceiling texture) come from Knights of the Old Republic I, you’ll have to do some renaming of the files in the “Sleheyron Version” folder before you drop them into the Override. “LSL_sky01” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky1” “LSL_sky02” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky3” “LSL_sky03” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky0” “LSL_sky04” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky2” “LSL_sky05” should be “renamed to “DRO_sky4” Uninstallation: Remove or Delete the files from your Star Wars Knights of The Old Republic 2 override folder. Copy the contents of the Backup folder into your override folder (The Backup folder contains the M4-78EP skybox) Known Bugs: This mod shouldn't have bugs but if you encounter any, just PM me (N-DReW25) on Deadlystream. Incompatibilities: This mod is incompatible with anything that edits the skybox textures for M4-78 EP. This doesn’t include textures that change the skybox as viewed from inside the Ebon Hawk. Permissions: Do NOT claim credit for this mod, as that would exceedingly rude. If you want to use Quanon's M4-78 Skybox in your own release, please contact the original author Quanon for permission. Special Thanks: Obsidian for not deleting all of M4-78 – or at least making it recoverable. Stoney for making the original M4-78 mod. Quanon for making the skyboxes for the original M4-78 mod and for his permission to include them here. Zybl2 for making M4-78EP. Hassat Hunter for his continued work on the EP. Fred Tetra for Kotor Tool Everyone who downloads the mod. (Please leave feedback!) Legal: THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE/OBSIDIAN ENTERTAINMENT, LUCASARTS, DISNEY OR ANY LICENSERS/SPONSORS OF THE MENTIONED COMPANIES. USE OF THIS FILE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPANIES AND/OR THE AUTHOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE USAGE OF THIS FILE. Click here to download this file
  6. File Name: M4-78 Movies Remade File Submitter: tjsase File Submitted: 08 Jul 2015 File Category: Media Hello! This mod replaces the Ebon Hawk landing and takeoff movies included with the mod M4-78ep. Stoney originaly made these movies years ago with 3Ds Max. I decided to remake them using my student version of Autodesk Maya to make them look more consistent with the other Ebon Hawk movies in the game. The audio was created using sounds from Soundjay.com and the Star Wars films, and includes original music by the user Delator. This mod includes a regular version of the landing and takeoff movies as well as upscaled versions to match the High Quality Movies Patch. Don't want to wait to watch these movies? Preview them on YouTube first, at REQUIREMENTS TSLRCM and M4-78ep. If you don't have these, they're available here at DeadlyStream. Optional: The High Quality Movie Patch on kotorfiles.com INSTALLATION -(optional) Backup the files DroMov02.bik and DroMov04.bik in the Movies folder of TSL's main directory -Drop the DroMov02.bik and DroMov04.bik into the Movies folder of TSL's main directory -If you have the High Quality Movies Patch, use the files in the Upscaled folder included with this mod UNINSTALLATION -Restore the backups you made of the original movies from the M4-78ep mod THANX Thanks to Adobe Photoshop, Gmax, MDLOps, Autodesk Maya Student Version, Soundjay.com, Audacity, Sony Vegas, and Rad Video Tools. Special Thanks to Stoney for his work on the original movies, to Sith Holocron for all his help and support with this mod, to Delator for his original music, and to the rest of the M4-78ep team! Click here to download this file
  7. Today I am excited to announce; 1.8.3 is released. M4-78EP's update is released. For some background, M4-78EP's release was 1 year and 3 months ago. It has been 1 year and 3 months since TSLRCM 1.8.2 was released. What an exciting few years it has been for us! KoTOR 2 is a little over 9 years old, but the modding community still runs strong. Give KOTOR2 a happy 10th birthday next year, it deserves it! Let me take this time to thank all our followers; All the people who made this possible, who downloaded our mod, gave us feedback and spread word of TSLCRM into the world, all of our fans who voted us 10th in mod of the year 2012 and honorary mod of 2013, and of course all of the fans looking forward to M4-78EP. Once of our proudest moments and maybe the best reward of all is how Chris Avellone (@ChrisAvellone) himself tweeted about our 1.8 release! To reminisce a little, this all started with the usual response to complaints about TSLRP, which was that people should make their own mod, then they could complain. 2 modders, Stoney and Zbyl2 (with help from Jinger and a few others), did just that. TSLRCM was first released to the public on 24 September 2009. The release was version 1.4 and was labeled as a public beta, being a playable mod with few to no game breaking bugs. 1.4 was improved by patches 1.4a, 1.4b, 1.4c, and 1.4d. At this point, animator Savvy30039 decided to contribute her lean animation to the restoration, which was included in 1.4d. On 15 march 2010 was the release of TSLRCM 1.5. A patch to the mod, 1.5a, was released shortly after to resolve some remaining bugs. Between 1.5 and 1.6 the development team was strengthened by Hassat Hunter (previously testing) and Varsity Puppet (previously some minor tweaks, now HK-Factory, Peragus and other areas). On June 24th, 2010, TSLRCM 1.6 was released, featuring various cut scene tweaks, dialog bug fixes and more. On October 16th, 2010, TSLRCM 1.7 was released, which features additional bug-fixes and other additions such as: the Visas-Nihilus movie using the in-game engine to play (rather than a pre-rendered BIK movie), Kreia's Battle for Telos Mod was integrated into the mod, the low-res BIK movies of the Dantooine battle replaced with in- game ones, and an improved dialog.tlk mod integrated/improved upon (for the English version.) Almost a year has passed, but work still continued on 1.8, which is the biggest TSLRCM release yet. It was released on 24 july 2012. On 28 December 2012, after a long period of development, finally M4-78EP saw the light, adding a full grand planet to explore and experience more KOTOR2 gameplay in, and actually talk with Vash herself(alive as well), explaining some critical details about force bonds to the player, meanwhile uncovering the events which took place just before the Exile's arrival. Let's talk TSLRCM 1.8.3. As you can expect with the time it took, its considerable bigger than 1.8.1 and 1.8.2 combined. Don't expect major leaps though, 1.8's done pretty much everything possible to the game, instead 1.8.3 is just fixing all the tiny little snippets of little bugs that dare pop up from time to time. And even though we have been at it quite some time, there apparently are still vanilla issues around only to be found now. Like how messed up all the sound sets on the Ravager were, truthfully I hope after 1.8.3 there will be no need for a 1.8.4. Now let us shift gears to the M4-78EP update; Unlike TSLRCM 1.8.3, this patch is more than that; it is a true update, rather than a bug fixing patch. While many issues have been resolved, most of its development time has been used up on making new content, adding to existing content, and completely overhauling certain endgame cut scenes. While the change list for M4-78EP is quite minor, please understand the KoTOR’s game engine (Odyssey) is quite a pain to mod most of the time, so remember a lot of time and effort went into these changes. This update will also be released today! However, all of this work we have put into TSLRCM and M4-78EP, was not just for us, but for the entire community. We want everyone to experience a fun, full and non-frustrating play through of KoTOR 2. That is why we spent so much time on KoTOR 2 and that is why these updates are dedicated to you, our fans and community. Thank you for all the support these last 5 years, it has been amazing. ~The TSLRCM and M4-78 crew Download TSLRCM 1.8.3 HERE! Download M4-78EP HERE! It's advised to completely re-install The Sith Lords before applying 1.8.3. Afterwards, you can install M4-78EP (patched), then any compatible mods you desire...