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Postby nettechgt » 31 Mar 2011, 21:24

Hello,

I have followed this tutorial:

http://www.slightlymagic.net/wiki/How_t ... lock_decks

I have enabled the "secret button" and have unlocked all the cards/decks. However all the custom decks are listed as "unsigned string***" Did I do something wrong? What should I do to fix?

Also is there a tutorial on how to use the "Culka's Deck Editor" ? Is it intended for anyone to be able to make a custom deck to be used with DOTP?

THANX!
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Re: Help...

Postby nettechgt » 01 Apr 2011, 19:02

After some more searching I have found this awesome post. THANX Proxius!!!

viewtopic.php?f=65&t=3745&p=48857&hilit=culka#p48857

It does very good job of explaining the different options for accessing the custom DLC and has has answered most of my questions from above. However I still have a couple more questions....

1. Is there a way to change you're avatar's name when using the Repository cards? I noticed when using Kev's Mods there is a text file called "player name". That allows you to change the avatar's name. But I don't see a way to do this when using the Repository Mods...

2. Is there a way to use the "secrete button" when using Kev's Mods? When I double click on the dotp.exe in the "DOTP Custom DLC MOD 2" folder to start the game I no longer see the "secrete button".

3. Is there a difference between using the "secrete button" then clicking on "start game" and clicking on "Play Magic" then campaign, then selecting you're deck etc.?
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