It's entirely possible that two patches can be incompatible.
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Are there any other NES games that use an AI system for player 2? I mean, something more code-intensive, like shooting in all directions and jumping, not just moving around.
I cannot understand why some people believe, that they can have a copyright or a patent on math. A programm in the very detail is nothing more than a huge binary number, therefore a number. It's something like 42 but only bigger. Do you get what I mean here?
I've gotten so much flack from people saying I don't know how to do asm if I do it via a hex editor. It doesn't matter how you write it or what method you use, as long as it works.
As it turns out, Dropbox is phasing out support for direct file linking for new users (as of over a year ago).
I've already explained this elsewhere on the forum, but the short version is that by default new don't have access to direct links (a public folder is required). It looks like, at least for now, users may still have the option of enabling this feature, assuming they even realize that they need to enable the feature and figure out how to do so. There's also a popular work-around of getting direct links by changing "www" to "dl" on download-page URLs, but this isn't entirely dependable and it relies on undocumented behavior which could suddenly stop working one day.
The correct procedure is to replace 'www.dropbox' with 'dl.dropboxusercontent'.
Edit: whoops I completely overlooked a feature of the zeldatech editor. Thanks for the help though!
All I had to do was remove the header from my ROM to get it to match the hashes! And yet despite that, the "Toad's World" patch refuses to patch correctly.