Jedi Academy: Enhanced

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Jedi Academy Enhanced is a mod for Jedi Academy Single Payer which adds RGB sabers, saber customisation, holstering, new force powers, some extra character customisation options using “head swapping” and optionally allows you to use AJL's SFX Sabers. It's based on OpenJK (so the code is released under the GPL) and a slightly modified version (for SP) of AJL's SFX Saber code. It also uses Open Jedi Project code for TrueView.

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    I cannot play the mod in the crash menu it said bad parameter in external weapons data help

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    • zacht180 zacht180

      I am getting this, too. I am going to PM the creator and if I get any helpful response I'll get back to you.

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  • ExtinctionRay ExtinctionRay

    I cannot get the mod to work. I've tried 7 times already and it never worked. I'm growing frusfrated and very, very willing to just rage-quit (no point in using a mod that won't work for me).

    I followed the instructions as it says, and it doesn't work. I probably did something wrong, but I have no way to tell because the instructions are not clear enough.

    First it says to put them in the "base folder". " ja_enhanced.x86.exe, rdcustomsp-vanilla_x86.dll, SDL2.dll and rdsp-rendsaurus_x86.dll alongside your regular Jedi Academy base folder...put Jaenhanced folder alongside your base folder". And then that I could launch it with ja_enhanced.x86.exe.

    I first assumed that by "base folder", it meant Program Files x86 > Star Wars Jedi Academy, pretty much the very first folder before Game Data or anything else, thus the Base Folder. So I put each of those things in said Base Folder.

    Launched it with ja_enhanced.x86.exe, and first thing I get is that it couldn't find OpenAL32.dll. It was nowhere in the Base Folder, so I checked Game Data just in case, and there it was. Letter-per-letter, OpenAL32.dll. It made no sense.

    Since the folder where the mod's files came in also had one OpenAL32.dll, for whatever reason, I copied it to the Base Folder. DO NOTE THAT THIS PART WAS NEVER MENTIONED IN THE INSTRUCTIONS.

    Afterwards, it no longer said "Couldn't find X". Now, it only told me "Couldn't load default.cfg. The crash log was written to C:Users/User/Documents/My...".

    The instructions never say at any point what to do if it says that. I tried different things, also never stated in the instructions, like adding the "Ja_enhancedx86.app" folder to the Base Folder as well, or moving the mentioned files to the Game Data folder. The result was always exactly the same.

    I'm expecting at least a clarification on just WHAT to do to make the damn thing work. Otherwise, it's just been a total waste of time.

    Note: I'm using the GOG version of Jedi Academy, on Windows 7 Ultimate, if it helps.

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    Cheats won't enable. how?

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    • ArchangelFire ArchangelFire

      Open the console with alt+~, and then type in "helpusobi 1". Cheats will then be enabled.

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