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LoisMustDie

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#1 14 years ago

I downloaded a mod, I'm not sure which it was, but it has much wider weapon archs than the found on regular SFC3. I don't like a lot of the ships in the mod, but the ones I do I really like. What I'm trying to do is take the ships from the modded version, save them and put them into the regular game. My problem is, the weapon arcs in SFC3 are too small. I was wondering what file(s) control the weapon archs that I might be able to replace the small arcs in SFC3.




NCC74656

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#2 14 years ago

Sfc3\Assets\Specs\DefaultCore.txt. you will see something like this: PrimaryHP:1:0_360:2:330_30:3:0_360:4:120_50:5:300_60:6:300_60 next to it will be HeavyHP:1:0_360:2:300_60:3_300_60: etc, etc, you could just copy and paste the ships from the mod's default core, then put the models from the mod into the other copy of the game. i attached an arc chart (note that 300_330 on the front is really 330_30:




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#3 14 years ago

Thanks, I already knew how the weapon arcs worked, but I was under the impression that the larger arcs weren't available in the basic SFC3, but it was a typo in one of the spec files. Thanks for the chart, I had one, but that one is oh so better. Thanks again!




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#4 14 years ago
LoisMustDieThanks, I already knew how the weapon arcs worked, but I was under the impression that the larger arcs weren't available in the basic SFC3, but it was a typo in one of the spec files. Thanks for the chart, I had one, but that one is oh so better. Thanks again!

the arcs are only in build 531




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#5 14 years ago

I figured it out.




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#6 14 years ago

good :)