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  1. View File KOTOR Dialog Editor This is a visual dialog editor for KOTOR and TSL. It's currently in alpha, so if you're planning to use it for your mods just be aware that there might be (i.e. will be) bugs. COMPATIBILITY I am unaware of any compatibility issues with the DLGs created by this editor, but that doesn't mean there aren't any because this is an early alpha release. Please let me know if you experience any issues. INSTALLATION STEPS 1. Download the ZIP file, and unzip it into a folder (it doesn't create one on its own - I hate it when zips do that ). 2. Copy your "dialog.tlk" into the folder alongside the file "app.exe" - I included the "dialog.tlk" file for KOTOR (as "kotor.tlk"), and for TSL (as "tsl.tlk"), but if you're using any mods which edit "dialog.tlk" for the game you're working on (e.g. using TSLRCM), you'll need to replace it with your own copy. You can find the "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as the base executable for your KOTOR/TSL installation. If it's for KOTOR 1, rename the copy of "dialog.tlk" you put into your app folder to "kotor.tlk". If it's for TSL, rename your "dialog.tlk" to "tsl.tlk". Don't change the name of dialog.tlk inside your actual KOTOR/TSL installation, as that will break the game. Only change the name of the version you copied into the KotOR Dialog Editor install directory (alongside "app.exe"). 34 Run "app.exe" UNINSTALLATION Delete all the downloaded files. USAGE INSTRUCTIONS General Usage - Create a new dialog file (for KOTOR 1) by pressing the "New" button, or open an existing DLG file using "Open" - Save dialog files using the "Save" button (there's no auto-save, nor does ctrl-s work - I'll make it work eventually) - Once you open a dialog file, you'll see some panels: - The top-left panel contains the "actions" list, which is a set of actions you can currently take. - The bottom-left panel contains "link" information when you select a response which is linked to the current response. - The top-middle panel contains NPC dialog (entries) - The bottom-middle panel contains player dialog (replies) - The right panel contains metadata for the selected response (strref, text, script, etc.) Some Important Terminology To understand what the actions do, you'll need to know the following terminology (some of which I made up, so please read this even if you're a pro): - Response: A line of dialog, spoken either by an NPC or the player (I sometimes call this a "node" too) - Entry: A line of NPC dialog - Reply: A line of player dialog - Start: A possible entry point for the dialog (always points to an entry, never a reply) - Link: Responses are linked to one another through "links" - Metadata: The general dialog data (things like the script that should run when the dialog ends, etc,.) - Selected response: The response which is highlighted in orange - this is preserved when navigating (until you select something else) - Current response: The response you last navigated into. - Copied response: The response you last selected "Copy Selected Node" on. Actions: The panel in the top-left corner contains a list of actions you can perform to edit your dialog. I'll try to describe the actions as well as I can here, but honestly the best way to learn the software is just to try it out: - Back To Start: Go back to the start of the dialog you're currently in - New Response: Create a new response (either an entry or a reply, depending on context) - Unlink Response: Removes the link between the selected response and the current response - Copy Selected: Sets the selected response as the copied response - Paste Into Start: If you have an entry as your copied response, and have selected a start response, it makes the start response point to the copied response - Paste As Link (Link): Adds a link from the current response to the copied response - Move Selected Up/Down: Moves the selected response up or down (respectively) by one level in the dialog evaluation order (for player dialog, this changes the order of the dialog lines they can choose from; for NPCs, the first line in the evaluation order whose "Active" script is either blank or returns TRUE is selected as the NPC's line) - Step Back/Forward: Move back/forwards in your dialog history (so you can easily go in/out of replies without restarting the dialog) FAQ I did x and it crashed/broke my DLG/set my PC on fire Yeah, this is alpha software and I need some people to test it out. Please let me know what broke the software so I can fix it. I'm clicking responses but nothing's happening You need to select responses for both the player (the bottom screen) and the NPCs they're talking to (the top screen). If this info doesn't fix your problem, let me know so I can look into it. I can navigate through the dialog, but how do I edit things? You left click on dialog lines to navigate through them, or right click on them to "select" them. Once a line is selected, you can edit it in the window to the right, edit the link between it and the current dialog node on the bottom-left panel, or copy it to another node by navigating to that node and pressing "Paste Into Current (Link)". The navigation seems to work, but I can't see the actual dialog text Make sure you have the correct "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as "app.exe". If this doesn't solve the problem, please let me know so I can look into it. Cool app. Ugly, though... Yeah, I'm working on it, and I'm open to suggestions for making the UI cleaner/better/easier to use. DLGEdit's faster to use/better in some other way This isn't meant to be a replacement for DLGEdit - DLGEdit's power comes from the ease at which you can change an existing DLG into exactly what you want. Although this tool can do that too, it's designed for easily/naturally building DLGs from scratch rather than doing minor edits in existing DLGs, while having to actually run the dialog in KOTOR/TSL as little as possible (to avoid the time it takes to load the games and get to the conversation). FUTURE FEATURES - Flow chart view - Animation selection - More testing, bug fixes, etc. KNOWN ISSUES - If you create a link from node A to node B, and node A already has a link to node B, the dialog editor doesn't know which one you want to select when you right click and does weird things (e.g. always selecting the bottom-most copy, even when you right click on another copy). Will fix this asap. INCLUSION IN OTHER MODS Anyone who wants to use this in their mod is free to do so, with appropriate attribution. CREDITS This mod is created by me (lachjames). Thanks to Thor110 for helping me test it out. Thanks to the Xoreos team for allowing us to include xoreos-tools with this mod. We use the gff2xml and xml2gff tools from xoreos-tools to read and write the DLG files. Xoreos-tools is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3; more information can be found here. Submitter lachjames Submitted 06/12/2020 Category Modding Tools  
  2. Hello everyone, I want to share with you my work in progress KotOR dialog overhaul project. It will be a revised dialog.tlk file for SW:KotOR v1.03, in the same spirit of Kainzorus Prime's "PC Response Moderation" Currently I am in the process of editing the dialog.tlk with all my (~7700) changes, so it's very much still a work in progress. Current status: beta, but close to 1.0! To do: -edit dialog.txt with my changes (changelog below) while verifying some in dlgedit -check dialog.txt for spelling errors -compare vanilla dialog.txt to overhauled dialog.txt to see if made any f-ckups that would make the .tlk corrupt -convert .txt to .tlk and review all dialog in dlgedit -play the game with overhauled .tlk -maybe check if anything is changed and can be overhauled with the Restoration 1.2 mod -maybemaybe maybe check if can be arsed to do a typo only version, though I don' t think I can Here is a draft of the readme that I will supply with the files: Welcome to the "eXtensive Dialog Overhaul for KotOR 1.03" dialog overhaul project. This is a revised dialog.tlk file for SW:KotOR v1.03. I initially installed the "PC Response Moderation" (https://deadlystream.com/files/file/335-pc-response-moderation) and that got me inspired to do a full spelling correction and dialog review, on all (49264) lines of text in the dialog.tlk. I tried to stay true to the original lines, but some are different on purpose. But they always convey the same tone or flavor. Some dialog was so screamish or simple and some replies were just too... "easy". I don't have a degree in English literature but some dialog appears to be written by a child. Replies I overhauled should feel natural and some dialog is much more organic. Check out the conversation with Nico the swoop jock, Tanis, or arguments/banters with Carth or Bastila, for instance. I put a few jokes in my edits, and some game/movie references are hidden here and there. And be prepared for some harsh Dark side replies. Except for punctuation, I only edited PC response or alien dialog, because of the human lines being voiced over. Although some may have slipped through... Furtermore: There are a *lot* of spelling errors in this game. You'd think they'd run this through a spellings-checker. Altogether, working on and off on it, it took about 15 months... but it's done! I made changes editing the dialog.tlk and checking the actual dialog (with DLGedit) for context, and made sure my edits still fitted the reply, but if I missed a point or certain context don't hesitate to tell me. Please provide some context. For all spelling I used https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary and https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/ as a guideline. At the moment approximately --- lines have been touched in some way. Below is a link to my "changelog". It carries the complete list of *all* changes. I kept some of Kainzorus Prime's punctuation changes, and furthermore I: -corrected typos, misspellings and grammatically incorrect sentences. -corrected wrong, misplaced and missing punctuation. -corrected words to use Star Wars spelling. -removed leading, trailing and double spaces, and trailing enters. -added omitted words. -added a hyphen or a space to some words and removed it in others. -made many, many changes for consistency's sake (check complete transcript!) -rephrased some words and many sentences, or fleshed them out; especially in NPC banter/dialogue. I've tried to diversify some standard lines like "Goodbye" or "I want to ask you..." -rephrased most [Force Persuade] lines into more like the Jedi mind trick. -replaced some of the semicolons (;) to a comma (,) or a period (.) A semicolon should not be used in a continuous sentence. Some lines even contradict the previous one by using semicolon in one line and a comma in the next. -replaced some numbers by writing them out, or the other way around; most monetary amounts are now digits -replaced many, many cases of a hyphen/dashes (-) with a period (.) or semicolon (;) or colon (:), whatever was appropriate. There are common rules for using hyphens, I felt they were not applied there. (See https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/semi-colons-colons-and-dashes) -replaced round brackets () for square brackets [] for some descriptive lines, or added them in some cases. BioWare was really inconsistent with those and I left alone many cases where they are missing. -replaced () for ** in case of descriptive sounds (burp, snort, ahem) and some interjections. I tried to make it consistent so I thought ** the best option. Excluded are actual sounds (like hmm, hmpf, raaaggh) (Onomatopoeia), which is sometimes written in Italic, but we don't have that. -replaced ALLCAPS for *asterisk* in case of emphasized (be it angry, stressed, or sarcastic) but not shouted words. It is not considered good practice to use CAPS for emphasizing words. Besides it is frowned upon, and we wouldn't want frowning. Frowning makes your face age faster. Also: -British spelling ("travelling, licence") and US spelling ("colors, rumors") are used inconsistently, I decided to leave it alone in most cases. Check the changelog, you might be pleasantly surprised about some of the changes. beta 1.01: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zIAkaJs0Gv3Y7ug_W8itAhLOyYYqojnY beta 1.02: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mrs86chaH3xsIr01z8ps8Sfr7PCyamSX beta 1.03: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Yx63ne2PbnWLG7_2Xc9kmtwPZJyVrDyn beta 1.04: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1WMykS1uwDXL1V7A-JgLjLzlg68Jb_8Xe beta 1.11: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vCK8xkQzTPGh8Z7Bm2ejcIxrQ2XhU_ux new naming scheme, still pre-release, just to get an idea-> 0.2001: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12fZNxqZI_r8oQmJYmqETqecCyteK3iMa/view?usp=sharing 0.2003: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jmHAJWX9RZeqDhVrjFWGSHNM0SVgQVQz 0.2005: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NGAWEygqV40ZeV00pfTdupuaJnNkdmgD/view?usp=sharing I hope someone else apart from myself will find this useful/fun/interesting. Many thanks to: Salk -- for helping and reviewing my edits and providing fixes and suggestions Kainzorus Prime -- for creating and letting me use some of his changes in "PC Response Moderation" mod Fred Tetra -- for creating the KotOR tool Fair Strides -- for creating the DLG Editor, TLKtoTXT tool and the TalkEd tool DrMcCoy -- for explaining how to play back streamwave files -> https://steamcommunity.com/app/208580/discussions/0/541907675756444428/ DarthParametric -- for pointing out additions/edits KnifeMaster -- for pointing out additions/edits Happy gaming! --Gimmick5000
  3. Version 0.2.0

    76 downloads

    This is a visual dialog editor for KOTOR and TSL. It's currently in alpha, so if you're planning to use it for your mods just be aware that there might be (i.e. will be) bugs. COMPATIBILITY I am unaware of any compatibility issues with the DLGs created by this editor, but that doesn't mean there aren't any because this is an early alpha release. Please let me know if you experience any issues. INSTALLATION STEPS 1. Download the ZIP file, and unzip it into a folder (it doesn't create one on its own - I hate it when zips do that ). 2. Copy your "dialog.tlk" into the folder alongside the file "app.exe" - I included the "dialog.tlk" file for KOTOR (as "kotor.tlk"), and for TSL (as "tsl.tlk"), but if you're using any mods which edit "dialog.tlk" for the game you're working on (e.g. using TSLRCM), you'll need to replace it with your own copy. You can find the "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as the base executable for your KOTOR/TSL installation. If it's for KOTOR 1, rename the copy of "dialog.tlk" you put into your app folder to "kotor.tlk". If it's for TSL, rename your "dialog.tlk" to "tsl.tlk". Don't change the name of dialog.tlk inside your actual KOTOR/TSL installation, as that will break the game. Only change the name of the version you copied into the KotOR Dialog Editor install directory (alongside "app.exe"). 34 Run "app.exe" UNINSTALLATION Delete all the downloaded files. USAGE INSTRUCTIONS General Usage - Create a new dialog file (for KOTOR 1) by pressing the "New" button, or open an existing DLG file using "Open" - Save dialog files using the "Save" button (there's no auto-save, nor does ctrl-s work - I'll make it work eventually) - Once you open a dialog file, you'll see some panels: - The top-left panel contains the "actions" list, which is a set of actions you can currently take. - The bottom-left panel contains "link" information when you select a response which is linked to the current response. - The top-middle panel contains NPC dialog (entries) - The bottom-middle panel contains player dialog (replies) - The right panel contains metadata for the selected response (strref, text, script, etc.) Some Important Terminology To understand what the actions do, you'll need to know the following terminology (some of which I made up, so please read this even if you're a pro): - Response: A line of dialog, spoken either by an NPC or the player (I sometimes call this a "node" too) - Entry: A line of NPC dialog - Reply: A line of player dialog - Start: A possible entry point for the dialog (always points to an entry, never a reply) - Link: Responses are linked to one another through "links" - Metadata: The general dialog data (things like the script that should run when the dialog ends, etc,.) - Selected response: The response which is highlighted in orange - this is preserved when navigating (until you select something else) - Current response: The response you last navigated into. - Copied response: The response you last selected "Copy Selected Node" on. Actions: The panel in the top-left corner contains a list of actions you can perform to edit your dialog. I'll try to describe the actions as well as I can here, but honestly the best way to learn the software is just to try it out: - Back To Start: Go back to the start of the dialog you're currently in - New Response: Create a new response (either an entry or a reply, depending on context) - Unlink Response: Removes the link between the selected response and the current response - Copy Selected: Sets the selected response as the copied response - Paste Into Start: If you have an entry as your copied response, and have selected a start response, it makes the start response point to the copied response - Paste As Link (Link): Adds a link from the current response to the copied response - Move Selected Up/Down: Moves the selected response up or down (respectively) by one level in the dialog evaluation order (for player dialog, this changes the order of the dialog lines they can choose from; for NPCs, the first line in the evaluation order whose "Active" script is either blank or returns TRUE is selected as the NPC's line) - Step Back/Forward: Move back/forwards in your dialog history (so you can easily go in/out of replies without restarting the dialog) FAQ I did x and it crashed/broke my DLG/set my PC on fire Yeah, this is alpha software and I need some people to test it out. Please let me know what broke the software so I can fix it. I'm clicking responses but nothing's happening You need to select responses for both the player (the bottom screen) and the NPCs they're talking to (the top screen). If this info doesn't fix your problem, let me know so I can look into it. I can navigate through the dialog, but how do I edit things? You left click on dialog lines to navigate through them, or right click on them to "select" them. Once a line is selected, you can edit it in the window to the right, edit the link between it and the current dialog node on the bottom-left panel, or copy it to another node by navigating to that node and pressing "Paste Into Current (Link)". The navigation seems to work, but I can't see the actual dialog text Make sure you have the correct "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as "app.exe". If this doesn't solve the problem, please let me know so I can look into it. Cool app. Ugly, though... Yeah, I'm working on it, and I'm open to suggestions for making the UI cleaner/better/easier to use. DLGEdit's faster to use/better in some other way This isn't meant to be a replacement for DLGEdit - DLGEdit's power comes from the ease at which you can change an existing DLG into exactly what you want. Although this tool can do that too, it's designed for easily/naturally building DLGs from scratch rather than doing minor edits in existing DLGs, while having to actually run the dialog in KOTOR/TSL as little as possible (to avoid the time it takes to load the games and get to the conversation). FUTURE FEATURES - Flow chart view - Animation selection - More testing, bug fixes, etc. KNOWN ISSUES - If you create a link from node A to node B, and node A already has a link to node B, the dialog editor doesn't know which one you want to select when you right click and does weird things (e.g. always selecting the bottom-most copy, even when you right click on another copy). Will fix this asap. INCLUSION IN OTHER MODS Anyone who wants to use this in their mod is free to do so, with appropriate attribution. CREDITS This mod is created by me (lachjames). Thanks to Thor110 for helping me test it out. Thanks to the Xoreos team for allowing us to include xoreos-tools with this mod. We use the gff2xml and xml2gff tools from xoreos-tools to read and write the DLG files. Xoreos-tools is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3; more information can be found here.
  4. Version (2nd Revision)

    1,092 downloads

    Description of "TSLRCM Dialog Overhaul": This modification strives to correct the most noticeable errors and inconsistencies found in the dialog.tlk file of The Sith Lords Restored Content Mod (TSLRCM). The majority of the alterations are based on modern corpora, mainly affecting written speech as well as menu screens, without changing their original meanings. Some lines underwent slightly advanced changes in order to be in line with their corresponding voice-over references while some others were changed to further add context to specific situations. As this modification was originally meant for personal use only, you will also find some of my attempts at revamping the punctuation of multiple dialog lines to create a more coherent reading experience in accordance to the sound references. That includes the removal of hesitations and interruptions that are not reflected in speech. In its current state, this modification doesn't fix description errors regarding item effects and character building. For full details on the changes, please refer to the included "changes.txt" file. Due to the sheer size of the dialogue script, there is a strong possibility that errors have been overlooked in the editing process. Feel free to report cases of potential overcorrection as well. Feedback is always dearly appreciated (on Deadly Stream via private message or comment on the mod's support page). Installation: TSLRCM 1.8.5 is required. Replace the dialog.tlk file located in your game's main directory with the one from the "overhaul" folder in order to apply the modification. Certain changes may only occur upon starting a new game. In case you may want to revert the changes, just copy the included original TSLRCM dialog.tlk into the game directory. Contributors: - ndix UR Special thanks to: - LucasArts, BioWare and Obsidian Entertainment, for spawning the Knights of the Old Republic series - Deadly Stream, for providing a great community platform for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic fans - Those who put their combined efforts into TSLRCM and turned it into an essential piece of restoration for today's fans of the KotOR series and generations to come - Salk, whose "KotOR Dialogue Fixes" served as a major inspiration - stoffe, for their invaluable "TalkEd" tool - Fair Strides, for their handy "TLK Converter"
  5. I was getting annoyed by not being able to get things to work, so I decided to do tests to figure out how exactly the system works. Here is what I've learned so far. Maybe it can help someone, or someone has something else to add to this. My testing continues (in orientation, what happens if there is an enemy, or a closed door between the first speaker and listener when conversation starts, ...), after it's done I will update this text and then it should probably go into the tutorial section. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Everything below is about TSL. When the dialog starts, these roles need to be determined: - DEFAULT_SPEAKER or OWNER - DEFAULT_LISTENER - PLAYER The terms OWNER and PLAYER may actually be used in the Listener (but not Speaker) field in the dialog editor (and also for dialog animations). In scripts fired through the dialog, OBJECT_SELF refers to OWNER. To explain how they are determined we also need to define oStarter and oOwner. They are defined by the script that fires the dialog: AssignCommand(oStarter, ActionStartConversation(oOwner, "some_dialog")); PLAYER always represents the first PC (GetFirstPC() in scripts). DEFAULT_LISTENER is generally oStarter. RULE 1: This is always true if oStarter is PLAYER. RULE 2: If oOwner is PLAYER, then DEFAULT_LISTENER is always PLAYER (green and purple). If oStarter is a party member, then control is given to PLAYER after the dialog (green). RULE 3: If oStarter is a party member and oOwner is a creature, then DEFAULT_LISTENER is PLAYER (red). In addition to that, before the dialog, PLAYER and oStarter exchange locations and control is given to PLAYER. After the dialog, control over the original party member is regained. RULE 4: If oStarter is not a party member and oOwner is a party member, then DEFAULT_LISTENER is oOwner, the party member (blue). OWNER is generally oOwner. RULE 1: If oOwner is PLAYER, then OWNER is oStarter (green and purple). RULE 2: If oOwner is a party member and oStarter is not a party member, OWNER is oStarter (blue). All of this is summarized in the following table: 1 Controlled character changes to PLAYER after dialog. 2 Controlled character changes to PLAYER before dialog, but changes back afterwards. Notes: STARTER in this table refers to DEFAULT_LISTENER. Shaded cells represent combinations where the roles of oStarter and oOwner may be reversed with the same effect. More attention should be paid to the white cells, especially a combination of a party member with another party member or creature. Bold font weight indicates that OWNER is oOwner or STARTER is oStarter, that is, no special rules have applied. A node in this text means every entry and every instance of the player choosing a reply. Every node has the following roles, which need to be determined: - SPEAKER - LISTENER In determining them, we need to make use of OWNER, DEFAULT_LISTENER and PLAYER (defined above). SPEAKER is the object with the tag in the Speaker field of the current entry. If the Speaker field is empty, SPEAKER is OWNER. If the field is not empty, but no object with that tag exists, the entry is skipped; if after that no other entries are available, the dialog ends. In replies, SPEAKER is automatically PLAYER. The keywords 'OWNER' and 'PLAYER' may NOT be used in the Speaker field. Doing this will end the conversation. LISTENER is the object with the tag in the Listener field of the current node. If the field is empty, it is the object with the tag in the Speaker field of the previous node. If that object is invalid or the same as SPEAKER, or if this is the first node, then LISTENER is DEFAULT_LISTENER. The keywords 'OWNER' and 'PLAYER' may be used in the Listener field. At the beginning of every node, SPEAKER and LISTENER reorient on each other, unless SetLockOrientationInDialog() is TRUE. In that case the creature for which it is TRUE does not reorient. There are two ways of reorienting in dialog. One is head-tracking, where the head is turned towards the target, and the body only turns as much as it needs to for the head to face the target. The creatures that do not use head-tracking instead turn entirely to face the target. For head-tracking to work, it must be enabled in appearance.2da under column 'headtrack'. The creatures that use head-tracking can turn it off by setting SetLockHeadFollowInDialog() to TRUE. However, if 'headtrack' is 0 in appearance.2da, then SetLockHeadFollowInDialog() cannot be used to enable head-tracking; these creatures will always turn entirely to face the target.
  6. View File TSLRCM Dialog Overhaul Description of "TSLRCM Dialog Overhaul": This modification strives to correct the most noticeable errors and inconsistencies found in the dialog.tlk file of The Sith Lords Restored Content Mod (TSLRCM). The majority of the alterations are based on modern corpora, mainly affecting written speech as well as menu screens, without changing their original meanings. Some lines underwent slightly advanced changes in order to be in line with their corresponding voice-over references while some others were changed to further add context to specific situations. As this modification was originally meant for personal use only, you will also find some of my attempts at revamping the punctuation of multiple dialog lines to create a more coherent reading experience in accordance to the sound references. That includes the removal of hesitations and interruptions that are not reflected in speech. In its current state, this modification doesn't fix description errors regarding item effects and character building. For full details on the changes, please refer to the included "changes.txt" file. Due to the sheer size of the dialogue script, there is a strong possibility that errors have been overlooked in the editing process. Feel free to report cases of potential overcorrection as well. Feedback is always dearly appreciated (on Deadly Stream via private message or comment on the mod's support page). Installation: TSLRCM 1.8.5 is required. Replace the dialog.tlk file located in your game's main directory with the one from the "overhaul" folder in order to apply the modification. Certain changes may only occur upon starting a new game. In case you may want to revert the changes, just copy the included original TSLRCM dialog.tlk into the game directory. Contributors: - ndix UR Special thanks to: - LucasArts, BioWare and Obsidian Entertainment, for spawning the Knights of the Old Republic series - Deadly Stream, for providing a great community platform for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic fans - Those who put their combined efforts into TSLRCM and turned it into an essential piece of restoration for today's fans of the KotOR series and generations to come - Salk, whose "KotOR Dialogue Fixes" served as a major inspiration - stoffe, for their invaluable "TalkEd" tool - Fair Strides, for their handy "TLK Converter" Submitter KUyTh Submitted 02/20/2018 Category Mods TSLRCM Compatible  
  7. Hey guys! Everything is shown in the video, but this is kind of a basic/advanced tutorial on how to edit dialog entries with the DLGeditor! https://youtu.be/u8tixbfgJ8g