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Samuel Dravis' latest version of the Music Switcher or Music Changer Maker has primarily fixed a few bugs.
Essentially, the program allows you to feed music files into it, set some custom captions for the files, and specify "next"/"back" binds for switching music in-game. After you fill it up with music files, it automatically generates a cfg file which your game can recognize for playing music.
If you haven't used this program before, and like the idea of playing and controlling your own custom music while you fight, consider giving this helpful little app a download.
The EXE is tested by JK2Files staff and confirmed free of any virus or trojan.
*************************** JEDI KNIGHT II MODIFICATION *************************** Title : Music Changer Maker 1.06 Author : Samuel Dravis E-Mail : N/A Website : N/A AOL IM Screename : SamuelDravis File Name : mcm1.06.zip File Size : 63KB Date Released : 2/7/03 Description : Creates a custom music changer without having to edit scripts. : New in v1.06: You don't have to find your base path anymore. : Corrected a few syntax bugs in the script created. : Fixed a major problem that didn't allow switching back with the script. Comments :If this program doesn't run & says something like 'Required dll missing', download the VB6 runtime dll. :The file is msvbvm60.dll. Download and place in C:\Windows\System\. :If that doesn't work, place it in the folder containing the application exe. (mcm.exe) TO MAKE A NEW MUSIC.PK3 FILE: 1)collect all the mp3 files that you want to have. create a folder under C:\ and name it 'music'. 2)put all the mp3s there. 3)zip the folder 'music' up with your zip program. rename the music.zip to music.pk3. 4)put music.pk3 into your base folder (gamedata/base/) 5)run the program. THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION, RAVEN, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS TM & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.
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