OMG...is my english so bad??
For what I have done till now, it was ok to not change the number of cell in the NCER but for my future work I will need to change the number of cells to expand the text so I will need to change the NANR too but I not understand how I will need to change it.
What I not see is the connection between NANR and NCER in the NANR or if you want, what byte in the NANR call something from the NCER.
Let's parse the NANR together:
0F01000010000300 0100F>file size 10 header size 03> sections
Animation BaNK Section (ABNK)
28000000B0000000 E0> section size 01> banks x11=17 frames and the 3 offset to bank/header/data block
0100000000000000 x11=17 frames x02> 8bytes data type and the 2 unknow values (my is 0101 and not 0102
000000000800EFBE each line is a frame (with duration) and each of this lines calls one of the lines in the next block
Data Block (type 2)
0000EFBEFFFF0100 basically move all the cells (found in offset 0000 in the NCER cell bank*) from x,y=0,0 to the various combinations of (+1,-1) passing by 0,0 for every second frame.
Next block is just label.
If everthing is correct in my parsing, it should not matter how many cells I have in the NCER because the first cell will always be at 0000 in the NCER cell bank*.
Or where i do a mistake??
PS: I forgot to post a suggestion....a zoom in the viewer. When trying to look small images especially to check if there are misplaced pixels after an edit :p