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binbow

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  1. I can't come up with a specific method, but I also hope it can be realized.
  2. @Oleg2002 The file "xxxx_i.bnk" should be included in the mod zip file. Is the file "xxxx_i.bnk" copied correctly to the folder "Unpacked TDU2's files folder\Euro\Bnk\vehicules\interiors" ?
  3. You can paint as you like at the Stickers shop. Is that not enough?
  4. Some values set under the item " //opponent " in GamePC.cpr may be related. It may be wrong because I have never tried it.
  5. If the database version is UP0.4 or later, it should not be version dependent. However, I did not check in detail.
  6. Even in the current version of tdu2vpe, there is a seat belt type item and its value can be changed. For example, if you enter 0 (zero), the seat belt will not be visible in the game. However, it is very difficult to restore in the current version. If it is very important to change this value, I will prepare a modified version later.
  7. TDU2 SoundVolumeReconfigrator View File This is a tool for changing the setting value of the volume such as the engine sound described in "CarVSTConfig.xmb". Install: - Store the file generated after extract zip file in a suitable folder. Usage: - Fill in the file name in the "Target : ..." field - When you click the folder shape icon, the file selection dialog is displayed. You can also enter a file name by D & D a file. - Either "CarVSTConfig.xmb" or the sound file "xxx_high.bnk" can be read. - After changing the value of the element, click the "Save" button to save the value. - After saving, "yyyymmmdd-HHmmss_file name" file is created as backup. Submitter binbow Submitted 04/06/2019 Category Tools  
  8. Version 1.1.0.2

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    This is a tool for changing the setting value of the volume such as the engine sound described in "CarVSTConfig.xmb". Install: - Store the file generated after extract zip file in a suitable folder. Usage: - Fill in the file name in the "Target : ..." field - When you click the folder shape icon, the file selection dialog is displayed. You can also enter a file name by D & D a file. - Either "CarVSTConfig.xmb" or the sound file "xxx_high.bnk" can be read. - After changing the value of the element, click the "Save" button to save the value. - After saving, "yyyymmmdd-HHmmss_file name" file is created as backup.
  9. @Bryan1998: I remembered one thing. Djey has released the source file of MiniXmb.exe. If you decipher this source, you may be able to understand the structure of "CarVSTConfig.xmb". This source file is written in C#, but since I am still learning C# I can not understand the contents yet. -- edit -- An updated version released. Please see the top of this thread.
  10. @Bryan1998: There is no problem releasing the source code. However, it is probably not useful because it is written in a program language not familiar to Delphi in general. I will release an updated version if possible. Please give me a time. -- edit -- Could you please show me if you have file names that with values of _6 and _7?
  11. @Guest: Unfortunately, this kind of error is often not well understood. Is the file size of db_data.cpr 1192 kB? There have been cases where similar errors occurred because files with different file sizes were used. Try unpacking again using the TDU2 Unpacker GUI [v1.1]
  12. The "db_data.cpr" you provided seems to be broken. However, I could not specify the broken data address. There is no abnormality in the data in the range handled by tdu2vpe. I recommend you to undo all the changes you've made to "db_data.cpr" (replace "db_data.cpr" with the original file) and make try to change again while monitoring the situation.
  13. What about the following things? Does the timestamp of db_data.cpr match the date and time you made the change in tdu2vpe?
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