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viscen
12-12-2004, 03:17 PM
i dont understand exactly how do u install it for the rebel armor, every time i try it it doesnt work what im doing is extracting all the items from the solier replacement file and it doesnt do anything to my game no change they still look the same :( please help

Darkkender
12-12-2004, 06:09 PM
First 7 posts down is the thread dedicated too the clonetroopers mod where questions like these are best suited. Now as to your question I believe the best method would be to uninstall all of your current mods and install this mod by itself. Now if I understand the instructions in the readme for the soldier replacement you will need to install all the files into the overide not just the soldier replacement folder.

*From The Readme
This zip file contains two directories. The "player items" directory contains the
armours, helmets, and blaster rifle. The "soldier replacement" directory contains
all the files needed to replace the republic troopers with clone troopers, and turn
Carth into a clone.

Extract these files into a directory of your choice. NOTE: make sure that the "use folder
names" option is selected. This will result in the two directories mentioned above
being created with the appropriate files found in each of them.

OPTION 1: Player Items

Copy all the files from the extracted "player items" dierctory into the KOTOR
"Override" directory. This adds all the armours so that they can be found at various
points throughout the game.

OPTIONAL
Cheats can be used to add the armours and helmets to the player character's inventory.
To enable cheats, in your game directory edit swkotor.ini and under [Game Options]
add EnableCheats=1. Start the game then when playing press ' to bring down the console
prompt, which appears as a ">" in the upper left corner. At the console prompt, type
"giveitem <item name>" to add the item to the inventory.

OPTION 2: Trooper Replacement

Copy all the files from the extracted "soldier replacement" dierctory into the KOTOR
"Override" directory.

Once the files have been moved to the Override directory, the player items and soldier
replacement directories can be deleted.

this final portion is the key element that leads me to believe you need it all for the soldier replacement.