By the way, a subject came up while researching the issue: it seems that some ASM hacks won't work on the PS3. So just in case, I'm asking: are there any chances that some changes were applied around the syscall initiating the saves?
Thanks for the help
Hi redleaves. Not sure how to find a solution for this, but I can tell that there are quite a few ASM-level changes to make the translation work, including some deep-down LBA changes, and the data passed to the save had to be changed for translation.
Got a little bug report. Can't easily screenshot at the moment but it's really easy to reproduce.
Changing Aschenretter's name in any way causes extra spaces to be appended to the name you give it. This doesn't happen with any of the other mechs, it's likely caused by the default name running over the 10 letter maximum. (It does properly delete the extra 2 letters on the end, just fails to properly truncate blank spaces.)
Hi Reiska. Yes, stuff like that can happen. To be honest, the renaming function was a tough one to try and take care of, and there is still some work that could be done there. The main problem with it being that the dialog text doesn't get changed to match the length of the new name. But the problem you raise is separate. I honestly don't think I'll bother cook up a fix for this, so if someone in the community wants to stand up and do it, I'll happily merge that into the next patch.
@Cahos: Thanks for reporting these 2 title problems. A fix will be part of the next patch update.
(Sorry all for the slow updates. Please keep the reports coming.)
EDIT: Posting a 1.01 patch update with the fixes done since the 1.00 was released. Hopefully that covers most of everyone's feedbacks.
EDIT: Actually, for some reason, RHDN now filters out the xdelta.exe files from that patch. So the patch as is needs you to download xdelta from somewhere else first. I'll chat with the admins to understand that, and see how it can be fixed (though it likely means you do have to download xdelta first, which means I can't be sure of its name, which probably means batch won't work anymore.) On-going.