Thank you for your hard work Mamba.I know we don’t show our appreciation very much and we complain a lot but we do love this mod.I got my brothers hooked on it aswell.They just play without grimist but double density.
PS:The new Augments in Lockers are a welcome edition specially cause i play voidcaller + merc as a pure summoner(Merc hireling has the best buff in my opinion)I got some aug that fits my build
yes, eventually, right now I wait to see if any hotfixes are coming
I was thinking about it, but unless you can swap out the different skins via the settings folder, there is no point in my opinion - and that does not fully work, as the files in the mod take precendence.
So the expanded Smuggler will always use the textures included in the mod, regardless of what is in the settings folder.
If this ever changes, I will switch to Grim UI to give you the option to choose the UI
9/22/2020: updated for GD v126.96.36.199 + DoM v1.0.0b
8/16/2020: updated for GD v188.8.131.52 + DoM v1.0.0b
8/10/2020: updated for GD v184.108.40.206 + DoM v1.0.0b
7/22/2020: updated for GD v220.127.116.11 + DoM v1.0.0a
6/13/2020: updated for GD v18.104.22.168 + DoM v1.0.0a
6/11/2020: updated for GD v22.214.171.124 + DoM v1.0.0a
6/6/2020: updated for GD v126.96.36.199 + DoM 0.9.9a
5/3/2020: updated for DoM 0.9.9a
4/4/2020: updated for DoM 0.9.8
3/19/2020: updated for DoM 0.9.7
2/28/2020: updated for DoM 0.9.6a
1/30/2020: some fixed
1/28/2020: updated for Dom 0.9.6
1/24/2020: updated for DoM 0.9.3 (0.9.5 compatible)
1/19/2020: update for v093
1/17/2020: Frist release for v092
Note: unlike Grimarillion, this mod didn’t use the original text as it was, so I struggled with color coding. Some mistakes may remain.
How to use:
Do not unzip this file, just put it in the Steam/steamapps/common/Grim Dawn/localization folder (if there is no localization folder, make it).
Start up GD, open Options from the main menu, and select “Colorful DoM” in “Language”.
And start the game.
To return to the original, just choose “English (US)” in the language setting.
I am not sure what this means, can you elaborate ?
I took the texts unchanged from the mods. The only change is that I added a prefix to the tag to ensure uniqueness across the mods.
thanks, I did not get this tool to work (but did not spend a lot of time looking into it, it just felt less obvious than it could be - I basically expected that all I need to do is select a color scheme and press a ‘generate’ button, but when I did that (or the closest thing to it), it said ‘generating’ and just sat there…)
As an example, I translate D3 mod and make the rainbow file.
Grimarillion uses the text files included in D3 mod without changing the content or name, so when translating Grimarillion and creating rainbow files, I can use the translations and rainbow file that I created for D3mod.
In DoM, since each mod is grouped and converted to a consolidated text (some IDs have changed), it is not possible to simply use a translation file or rainbow file for D3 mod. Therefore, when translating or color-coding the DOM, I have to compare the D3 mod text with the DoM “tags_d3_xx” text and manually match them line by line, which is very time-consuming.
D3 mod = Grimarillion
All text files have the same name and the same contents.
In DoM, texts are integrated with items and skills.
This is a text file, not a tool. If you put it into the “Grim Dawn\localization” folder and start GD, the choices shown above will appear in the language selection box, so you can switch between normal text and rainbow text in the main menu whenever you want.
oh the files themselves, yes, I did combine the tags differently
I am surprised you have to care about the files and tags, not sure why that is not something the tool figures out automatically…
To me ‘all’ the tool has to do is look at each item and affix dbr, figure out the rarity, figure out the tag for the name, find the tag for the name and add a color at the beginning of the text. All of which requires no user input other than which mod to process (or vanilla itself) and which color to use for which rarity.
Not sure why it seems to be so much more complicated than that.
I was not referring to your zip but to the tool that created the files in that zip
I really like this mod, but would like to make a few changes in the item data. I believe the source files are needed to be able to edit the mod, since it´s not visible in the asset manager atm. Are the sources published somewhere? Would you be willing to share them?
I am not providing sources because this is mostly a compilation of other mods.
For the sources go to these other mods, some come with them, for other parts there are not even any sources, just the compiled results. For yet other parts I did not bother including the sources in my mod’s sources and just add the compiled textures, meshes and animations of the original mod in the end (I have to do that for the parts that have no actual soruces anyway and it is less work than adding the sources to my mod).
That being said, if your changes are for dbr entries, all you need to do is extract the .arz to get them, make your changes and create a new .arz.So for this you do not really need any ‘other’ sources. I assume that if you can compile an .arz, you also know how to extract it. If not, let me know.
Thank you for the reply, I did manage to extract the .arz file and make the desired changes, but cant compile it back again. I used the grimarz program since archivetool crashes. Do you know of other ways to compile the .arz file?
Thanks for the help, now the newly compiled mod is malfunctioning completely (when starting game teh dude just runs out from the map and the screen locks in place). Also running out of free time to study modding now, maybe getting back at some point or just going to play your mod which is already fun in itself. Kinda wish there was a way to just run more than one mod simultaneously like in most games.
Huh, that is weird. No idea how you managed that… You obviously need everything else from my mod and replace its .arz with what you created. Your .arz has to contain all the dbrs from mine, not just the ones you changed. Also, the .arz has to have the same name as the dir the mod is in (i.e. the dir in the mods dir you created for it). Can’t think of anything else, but none of this should cause what you describe…
Character running off screen sounds like an animation issue with the player character file, this happens when people try to play FG mods (grimarillion for example) and they only own AOM. Dunno how you would have had this issue though