« on: August 26, 2015, 05:47:01 pm »
I'll be looking forward to it! I saw some comparisons and I really wanna check this out now.
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make the character's naming screens have set by default: Randi, Purim, and Popoie. These are the 'official' names that SoM veterans can agree uponThe iOS/Android version actually names them Randi, Primm, and Popoi.
I modded the naming dialog.Oh, neat! Sounds like it's way beyond my capabilities though.
It's a bit of work. You have to alter and move the naming dialog text, change the dialog layout, create button events for up/down movement and alter the closing event to read the new text correctly.
I also fixed a little known bug in the dialog that allows you to duplicate starting equipment.
Also, I'd suggest adding something like this to your hack. The all caps thing has always annoyed me.How did you manage to get lowercase letters on the naming screen?! Or is this just a mock up? I've been wanting to add lowercase letters since I made my Proper-casing mod...
They've barely managed to stay afloat thanks to Final Fantasy XIV subscriptions.I've heard stuff like this all the time--"Square Enix are failing as a company!" but... are they really? Where are the sources? Have they released income reports? Is the outflow too much? Is no one buying their games? I thought FFXIV 2.0 and the meager earnings (Meager compared to releasing a new mainline game, I mean.) gained from FFXIII-2 and Lightning Returns made them get back on track?
I'm not sure if vivify93 changed the End Credits back to Final Fantasy IV instead of Final Fantasy II, but I will double check it over tonight and fix it if he didn't.I did, it was an easy fix.
Also is it just me or does every final fantasy game with the ATB-system have a first boss with an obligatory "Don't attack him now, or he'll maul your face off" phase, in order to teach you about timing your attacks?VIII, IX, and X-2 didn't. And then traditional ATB died.