If you currently use Windows line endings, try switching to *nix line endings (just a LF).
I almost forgot your primary OS isn't Windows...
Yeah. After rebooting into Linux, I saved the preset files with LF (didn't test CR/LF)
, and they worked. I do all my emulation, gaming, and doom editing in Windows. Is there any way for Windows only users to save the preset files in the correct format?
I fixed the issue with the file requester...
I also fixed it so you can see the text when loading a settings or preset file... it was blank in the old code because I forgot the conditions under which my printf worked.
All I had to do was go the the "file" option to see if the preset loaded, but thanks for the revision. Questions:
I'm not sure if this a bug, or if it simply wasn't implemented.
There doesn't seem to be support for these DeHacked features (what I found so far)
- Item pickup string replacement
- Automap level name string replacement
A simple example would be the Vilecore mod for Doom 2
, which uses a dehacked just for the auto-map level renames. Another example would be Chex(R) Quest
, with the dehacked
file. Neither one displays the auto-map level names, and Chex Quest doesn't show the correct item pickup names.
Speaking of Chex(R) Quest, would it be possible to have support added for it to be recognized as an iwad? Maybe even long string/cheat support (like the original chex.exe)
, for the dehacked file to work even better?Crashes:
So far, I found some pwads that crash, but this was the only default vanilla one (not vanillafied by me)
- Batman (Doom2)
, crashes at main menu after selecting an option. If started without the dehacked file, it will load to the first level, but then promptly crash.
After running it through NullDC, I noticed this on loading the pwad. I also noticed this on other pwads, but they didn't all crash.
libWildMidi(WildMidi_MasterVolume:3764): ERROR Invalid argument (master volume out of range, range is 0-127)