You have it exactly backwards. The file is on the retail release and is not on the Echelon release.
Ok. But I asked for a screenshot of retail version with this "Gary letter to Echelon txt file".
So far, NO proof of this.
If you're going to write such giant walls of text the least you could do is read other peoples' posts properly first.
"It would do you well to actually look at the Echelon release.
Why? Because ECHELON.txt is not there!"
Ok, I was wrong for saying it was there on Echelon version I think I mistyped that once or twice. In fact that phenom quote was from my first post in this thread. I thought OP screenshot or copy of game was a Echelon version or some other copy.
I wouldn't have to write walls of text if somebody posted the retail version screenshot showing Echelon txt file.
"So anyway, I dumped a copy of the Sega Smash Pack GD-ROM I had. " - OP
Now for 2 pages I been asking for proof of this "Gary wrote a letter to Echelon txt file" on retail version
. That would be proof. Not from a "??? copy", not from a "Echelon version"...retail
"Fine, I'm asking where is the "letter to Echelon from Gary" on RETAIL VERSION of SSP
or proof at all Gary wrote it to Echelon"
I don't care about Echelon screenshots, but thx for proving it was not on Echelon version.
But I've been asking for "Fine, I'm asking where is the "letter to Echelon from Gary" on RETAIL VERSION of SSP
or proof at all Gary wrote it to Echelon" for 2 pages now.
I'm not trying to be rude, but if you had time to upload 4 Echelon screenshots I didn't request, why didn't you just post the 1 retail ssp screenshot showing this "Gary letter to Echelon txt file" I asked for
proving Gary did give instructions to Echelon ? I appreciate the screenshots you posted though and comments so far correcting me by everyone.
Realize be respectful, as I am too you guys and remember I'm just asking a question to verify if file exists on retail version.
"If it's just proof you want that ECHELON.TXT is on Sega Smash Pack Volume 1, boot up the homebrew application DCHakker and disk swap with your original GD - DCHakker will display all the files on a GD-ROM. DCHakker won't open the text file but it will show you that it's there."
Ok, I'll try to find that file and try that process.