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Old 05-09-2004, 08:06 AM   #1
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The Dig Window

I'm sure this is just me missing something obvious or whatever but nevertheless, I'm stuck. With all The Dig goodies going around, I decided it would be cool to play it again. I have the Archives Vol. III version of the game which runs directly off the CD (There is no option to install it). So the game works fine and all but I'd like to play it in its own window rather than fullscreen. I have Q+E but whatever directory I point it at, Q+E closes and nothing else happens.

Anyone know why?
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Old 05-10-2004, 09:47 AM   #2
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By Q+E, I assume you mean ScummVM Q+E? Thats what you should be using anyway.

Make sure you have the latest version

Untick 'Close on run'

If nothing happens when you click run, then you've most likely got the path to the resource files wrong. It should point to the folder containing:
VIDEO folder
DIG.LA0
DIG.LA1
DIGMUSIC.BUN
DIGVOICE.BUN

The only other possible thing is that Q+E is sending ScummVM a command line that it doesnt like. Click 'daily build' to get the latest version of ScummVM.

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