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#1 13 years ago

Today, after have trying several other mods, i wanted to see if it would be possible if i could Mod the mini-mods with the tools at hand. And well, its not.

From what I've tested, I found that its possible to extract, open and read the files (such as weapons) by changing the .iwd to a .zip. But it's not possible to do the opposite (without CoD2 going nuts). I've searched 'teh internetz' and found IDWreader, which turns out to be a fodder program. Any experienced mini-modders here have some tips?

Thanks! -Jp




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#2 13 years ago

firstly, IWDReader is the WRONG program for this file - that file reader refers to a file type called Insight Web Document. This one is a Infinity Ward Development file (iwd).

To save a mod as a .iwd file, just use Pakscape in the usual way, but the file type you want is .zip. So, in other words: save as > .zip. But, and here is where the file type changes, when you name your mod, add the suffix to the file name.

Eg:

dowtown

becomes

downtown.iwd

When you save it, it will then be a .iwd file.




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#3 13 years ago

This is exactly what i have been doing.

Copy the thompson file from a normal iwd, pull out all the files not being changed, change the thompson, save as zip, change back to .iwd. However, when I start up the game, nothing has changed.




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#4 13 years ago

maybe your missing a callback script in another file. or, you havent edited the new thompson to be precached in the teams file.

If you post more details about what your trying to do, and how your going about it, I might be able to help.




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#5 13 years ago

Well, i changed the following things in the file called 'Thompson' under 'weapons > sp' (in origionaly what i think is 'iw_04.iwd')

What i'm trying to do is change the clipsize, maximum ammo, firerate, and damage of the thompson.

From there, after i change the file, i copy it, place it into a diffrent weapons>sp folder, zip that up into a file called Z_thompsonhack.zip and change it into an iwd.




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#6 13 years ago

is there not a loadout file? that is where you used to change clip size, ammo, etc.




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#7 13 years ago

I'm not sure what you mean by loadout file.

EDIT: if you mean the *Weapon name here* file, then yes. I rename this to a .txt and change what i want, change it back to a normal file, zip it, and iwd it.




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#8 13 years ago

there is a file called _loadout.gsc. This is where all the wepaon ammo is called from. If you've precached a new Thompson, you would have created cvars and case definitions. Now you will need to adjust the _loadout.gsc file to call the new case definitions.




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#9 13 years ago

No, I cannot find a file named _loadout.gsc Where should I look?




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#10 13 years ago

its in IW_03.iwd, in the 'maps' folder.




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