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  1. Version v0.7.1

    200 downloads

    Translate an entire mod or KOTOR install to 80 languages using Google Translate! This is a very powerful tool that can modify TLK strings and CExoLocStrings in GFFs in bulk quickly. Simply follow the prompts, point it to the GFF/TLK/Kotor directory/whatever and have it automatically translated to the language of your choice! This tool can also create those bitmap 'font packs' that users have been using to play the game in non-released languages (Many thanks to Drazgar and DarthParametric for providing the insight into the TXI files). This means the in game text will show the correct characters when playing the game. How to use: Simply run the executable. It'll ask you many things. There are 3 actions you can do with this: Set all dialog unskippable sets all dialog found in dlgs, at the chosen path, to unskippable. Includes every node. Not recommended lol Translate Will translate All CExoLocStrings (localized strings) and TLK entries at the path to the language(s) of your choice Create Fonts Will create fonts of the chosen languages to your current directory in a folder named after the language. Just drag and drop these files to your Override folder once it completes. If you point PATH1 to a KOTOR install, it will ONLY patch the Override folder, the Modules folder, the rims folder (if exists), and the dialog.tlk file. This was a design choice to improve how long the patcher takes to finish. This includes any subfolders within the aforementioned folder names. The patched files will be in the same directory as the original files with the appended language suffixed to the end of the file. For example, 'dialog_de.tlk'. You will need to rename them as their original filenames to activate them. Supported filetypes/formats: TalkTable files (TLK) Any GFF file (DLG, UTC, etc) TGA/TXI (non-translateable obviously) Any capsule (ERF, MOD, etc) DBCS languages such as Japanese/Korean/Chinese are not currently supported. This program is in beta. Please report any bugs you encounter. Source code: https://github.com/NickHugi/PyKotor/tree/master/Tools/k_batchpatcher Credit: @Cortisol for creating the PyKotor library @DarthParametric for extensive testing and feature recommendations. @Drazgar for providing a ton of knowledge in regard to the TXI/TGA font packs The project would not be possible without these awesome modders. K1-translated dialog files: dialog_es.tlkdialog_sq.tlk dialog_af.tlk dialog_ar.tlk dialog_ay.tlkdialog_cs.tlkdialog_corsican.tlkdialog_chichewa.tlkdialog_catalan.tlkdialog_bulgarian.tlkdialog_belarusian.tlkdialog_basque.tlkdialog_azerbaijani.tlkdialog_aymara.tlkdialog_arabic.tlkdialog_albanian.tlkdialog_afrikaans.tlkdialog_da.tlk
  2. Version v0.6.0

    30 downloads

    A simple CLI to easily compare KOTOR file formats. This is a very simple CLI to PyKotor. If you find TSLPatcher isn't patching the resulting files in the way you want, you can use this tool to compare your manual changes to the resulting TSLPatcher result. You can also use it to compare entire installations, directories, or single files. How to use: Simply run the executable. It'll ask you for 3 paths: PATH1 Path to the first K1/TSL install, file, or directory to diff. PATH2 Path to the second K1/TSL install, file, or directory to diff. OUTPUT_LOG File name/path of the desired output logfile (defaults to log_install_differ.log in the current directory) If you point PATH1 and PATH2 to two KOTOR installs, it will ONLY compare the Override folder, the Modules folder, the Lips folder, the rims folder (if exists), the StreamWaves/StreamVoices folder, and the dialog.tlk file. This was a design choice to improve how long the differ takes to finish. This includes any subfolders within the aforementioned folder names. Supported filetypes/formats: TalkTable files (TLK) Any GFF file (DLG, UTC, etc) Any capsule (ERF, MOD, etc) Not supported: NCS, NSS Any file format that's not supported will have its SHA256 hash compared instead. CLI Support: This is a very flexible tool. You can send it command line arguments if you would like to use it in a 3rd party tool. Run `kotordiff.exe --help` to get a full syntax. If there's an error, the exit code will be 1. If the two paths match, the exit code will be 0. If the two paths don't match, exit code will be 2. FAQ: Couldn't I just open my two files with Holocron Toolset/ERFEdit/K-GFF etc? You could, but for me it became tedious to manually compare them side by side, expanding every node etc. Leave alone completely multiple files. This tool allows you to simply input two paths and have the full differences outputted and logged. A main benefit is it'll show you the exact GFF paths that differ. Output such as `Missing struct: "EntryList\5\RepliesList\3" {contents of the struct}` has been very useful. Why is my antivirus is flagging this? This is a false-positive and there's nothing I can do. Python source scripts are compiled to executables using PyInstaller, but unfortunately some antivirus's have been known to flag anything compiled with PyInstaller this way. The problem is similar to why your browser may warn you about downloading any files with the .EXE extension. This whole tool is open source, feel free to run directly from the source script: https://github.com/th3w1zard1/PyKotor/blob/master/Tools/KotorDiff/src/__main__.py There's a well-written article explaining why the false positives happen on their issue template: https://github.com/pyinstaller/pyinstaller/blob/develop/.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE/antivirus.md TLDR: PyInstaller is an amazing tool, but antiviruses may flag it. This is not the fault of PyInstaller or my tool, but rather the fault of how some scummy users have chosen to use PyInstaller in the past. Please report any false positives you encounter to your antivirus's website, as reports not only improve the accuracy of everybody's AV experience overall, but also indirectly supports the PyInstaller project. Source code: https://github.com/th3w1zard1/PyKotor/blob/master/Tools/KotorDiff/src/__main__.py Credit: @Cortisol for creating the PyKotor library (i.e., 90% of the code for this tool)
  3. View File Kotor AutoTranslate Tool Translate an entire mod or KOTOR install to 80 languages using Google Translate! This is a very powerful tool that can modify TLK strings and CExoLocStrings in GFFs in bulk quickly. Simply follow the prompts, point it to the GFF/TLK/Kotor directory/whatever and have it automatically translated to the language of your choice! This tool can also create those bitmap 'font packs' that users have been using to play the game in non-released languages (Many thanks to Drazgar and DarthParametric for providing the insight into the TXI files). This means the in game text will show the correct characters when playing the game. How to use: Simply run the executable. It'll ask you many things. There are 3 actions you can do with this: Set all dialog unskippable sets all dialog found in dlgs, at the chosen path, to unskippable. Includes every node. Not recommended lol Translate Will translate All CExoLocStrings (localized strings) and TLK entries at the path to the language(s) of your choice Create Fonts Will create fonts of the chosen languages to your current directory in a folder named after the language. Just drag and drop these files to your Override folder once it completes. If you point PATH1 to a KOTOR install, it will ONLY patch the Override folder, the Modules folder, the rims folder (if exists), and the dialog.tlk file. This was a design choice to improve how long the patcher takes to finish. This includes any subfolders within the aforementioned folder names. The patched files will be in the same directory as the original files with the appended language suffixed to the end of the file. For example, 'dialog_de.tlk'. You will need to rename them as their original filenames to activate them. Supported filetypes/formats: TalkTable files (TLK) Any GFF file (DLG, UTC, etc) TGA/TXI (non-translateable obviously) Any capsule (ERF, MOD, etc) DBCS languages such as Japanese/Korean/Chinese are not currently supported. This program is in beta. Please report any bugs you encounter. Source code: https://github.com/NickHugi/PyKotor/tree/master/Tools/k_batchpatcher Credit: @Cortisol for creating the PyKotor library @DarthParametric for extensive testing and feature recommendations. @Drazgar for providing a ton of knowledge in regard to the TXI/TGA font packs The project would not be possible without these awesome modders. K1-translated dialog files: dialog_es.tlkdialog_sq.tlk dialog_af.tlk dialog_ar.tlk dialog_ay.tlkdialog_cs.tlkdialog_corsican.tlkdialog_chichewa.tlkdialog_catalan.tlkdialog_bulgarian.tlkdialog_belarusian.tlkdialog_basque.tlkdialog_azerbaijani.tlkdialog_aymara.tlkdialog_arabic.tlkdialog_albanian.tlkdialog_afrikaans.tlkdialog_da.tlk Submitter th3w1zard1 Submitted 11/14/2023 Category Modding Tools  
  4. View File KotorDiff A simple CLI to easily compare KOTOR file formats. This is a very simple CLI to PyKotor. If you find TSLPatcher isn't patching the resulting files in the way you want, you can use this tool to compare your manual changes to the resulting TSLPatcher result. You can also use it to compare entire installations, directories, or single files. How to use: Simply run the executable. It'll ask you for 3 paths: PATH1 Path to the first K1/TSL install, file, or directory to diff. PATH2 Path to the second K1/TSL install, file, or directory to diff. OUTPUT_LOG File name/path of the desired output logfile (defaults to log_install_differ.log in the current directory) If you point PATH1 and PATH2 to two KOTOR installs, it will ONLY compare the Override folder, the Modules folder, the Lips folder, the rims folder (if exists), the StreamWaves/StreamVoices folder, and the dialog.tlk file. This was a design choice to improve how long the differ takes to finish. This includes any subfolders within the aforementioned folder names. Supported filetypes/formats: TalkTable files (TLK) Any GFF file (DLG, UTC, etc) Any capsule (ERF, MOD, etc) Not supported: NCS, NSS Any file format that's not supported will have its SHA256 hash compared instead. CLI Support: This is a very flexible tool. You can send it command line arguments if you would like to use it in a 3rd party tool. Run `kotordiff.exe --help` to get a full syntax. If there's an error, the exit code will be 1. If the two paths match, the exit code will be 0. If the two paths don't match, exit code will be 2. FAQ: Couldn't I just open my two files with Holocron Toolset/ERFEdit/K-GFF etc? You could, but for me it became tedious to manually compare them side by side, expanding every node etc. Leave alone completely multiple files. This tool allows you to simply input two paths and have the full differences outputted and logged. A main benefit is it'll show you the exact GFF paths that differ. Output such as `Missing struct: "EntryList\5\RepliesList\3" {contents of the struct}` has been very useful. Why is my antivirus is flagging this? This is a false-positive and there's nothing I can do. Python source scripts are compiled to executables using PyInstaller, but unfortunately some antivirus's have been known to flag anything compiled with PyInstaller this way. The problem is similar to why your browser may warn you about downloading any files with the .EXE extension. This whole tool is open source, feel free to run directly from the source script: https://github.com/th3w1zard1/PyKotor/blob/master/Tools/KotorDiff/src/__main__.py There's a well-written article explaining why the false positives happen on their issue template: https://github.com/pyinstaller/pyinstaller/blob/develop/.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE/antivirus.md TLDR: PyInstaller is an amazing tool, but antiviruses may flag it. This is not the fault of PyInstaller or my tool, but rather the fault of how some scummy users have chosen to use PyInstaller in the past. Please report any false positives you encounter to your antivirus's website, as reports not only improve the accuracy of everybody's AV experience overall, but also indirectly supports the PyInstaller project. Source code: https://github.com/th3w1zard1/PyKotor/blob/master/Tools/KotorDiff/src/__main__.py Credit: @Cortisol for creating the PyKotor library (i.e., 90% of the code for this tool) Submitter th3w1zard1 Submitted 09/30/2023 Category Modder's Resources  
  5. FindRefs GUI Utility View File From the thread on Lucasforums: FindRefs v4.4 6/23/2007 A file search and extraction tool for KoTOR and TSL resources Icon by svösh! Submitter TK102 Submitted 10/09/2015 Category Modding Tools  
  6. Version 4.4

    326 downloads

    From the thread on Lucasforums: FindRefs v4.4 6/23/2007 A file search and extraction tool for KoTOR and TSL resources Icon by svösh!
  7. GFF-Compare Utility View File From its thread on Lucasforums: This utility will compare two GFF files and output the differences found between them. There are two forms of syntax for this tool. Syntax 1: no parameters (or launched directly via Windows Explorer) This will call up a pair of Open File dialogs where you specify the two GFF files to compare. Then a Save As dialog will ask you where to save the output report. Syntax 2: gffcompare.exe "file1" "file2" This will compare file1 to file2 and send the output to STDOUT (which you can pipe or redirect). Submitter TK102 Submitted 10/09/2015 Category Modding Tools  
  8. Version 1.2

    182 downloads

    From its thread on Lucasforums: This utility will compare two GFF files and output the differences found between them. There are two forms of syntax for this tool. Syntax 1: no parameters (or launched directly via Windows Explorer) This will call up a pair of Open File dialogs where you specify the two GFF files to compare. Then a Save As dialog will ask you where to save the output report. Syntax 2: gffcompare.exe "file1" "file2" This will compare file1 to file2 and send the output to STDOUT (which you can pipe or redirect).