I was looking in Scum/Assets/DefSchemas today and I found a bunch of files like:
I thought: xml files great I will change some stuff, but when I opened them up in my xml editor (notepad++) its garbage :compcry:
I tried to open them in a decompressing program (IZArc), nothing
I looked at similar xml files and they are of similar file size so I determided they probably are not compressed
So I came to the conclusion they are encrypted or they invented their own xml format :mad:
So want is going on here any ideas, I don't want to try to decrypt a file that is just some weird format. Any ideas?
ps: please do not disregard my post because of my n00b status
I tried editing those but just like you I've had no luck. Let's face it TFU is about as mod friendly as 5 dogs to an old man locked in a closet.:indif:
Darn I guess I'm not the only one with this problem.
I don't get it, so many Star Wars games have to mod friendly, I still play JA because they released the source code for it, you can make wonderful mods, TFU nothing... :confused:
They never released the source code for JA. It's just that the content's of the game are not encrypted.
No it was, I have it on my desktop right now...
From Raven Games.com:
Wednesday, November 26, 2003
Jedi Academy MP SDK Released
Posted by William 'Phoebus' Mull at 10:54 PM
Category: Jedi Knight
Raven's Project Administrator Kenn Hoesktra sends word that the Jedi Academy MP SDK has been released.
Filefront download link
The Open Jedi Project: dedicated to fixing and improving the JA source
Need I go on...
It sounds to me like your gonna need a File Conversion Software that will convert the files to another format, so they can become readable for your other program(s); in which you want to edit the files with.
I'm no expert, but that's what I would try next.
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