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Forge doesnt accept xlhq

Hey Boardies,
but when i try to implement them into Forge it just doesnt recognize them as cards.
When I try to import Data it just wants to import it a yet-unpossible cards and when i paste them right into the content directory it just doesnt care. it only accepts the [Cardname].full.jepg but not the [Cardname].xlhq.jpeg

Am I doin somethin wrong?
pls help

thx
Shuuji
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Re: Forge doesnt accept xlhq

They have to be named *.full.jpg
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Re: Forge doesnt accept xlhq

Forge has a default directory ((default install usually is in the %appdata% for windows.)) and a distinct directory for cards is in the cache > pics folder. The naming convention is cardname.full.jpeg OR cardname.full.png. Sets also have a subfolders inside the card's directory such as XLN for Ilaxian, A25 for Masters 25 ect ect. In reguards to your xlhq's ((300+ dpi pictures)) You will ether have to rename them to match the conventions using a batch re-namer or downloading from the Mega. It is easy to use a renamer such as the little freeware thing called Rename which will up to batches of 1000 file names and rename the accordingly for you ((removing the xhlq from the file name and adding the correct ending plus whatnot.))

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Re: Forge doesnt accept xlhq

The thing is u said i should use MEGA....i downloaded them all from MEGA..they are all xlhq.jpeg only the 200DPI are full.jpeg
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Re: Forge doesnt accept xlhq

Hi,

I had the same problem (.xlhq.jpg downloaded, but forge only accepts .full.jpg), so here is a little powershell script that renames them all correctly:

1. Open Powershell
2. Execute the following:
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cd C:\path\to\your\imagesGet-ChildItem -Recurse -File | Where-Object {$_.Name -notlike '*.full.jpg' -and$_.Name -like '*.jpg' } | Rename-Item -NewName { $_.Name -replace '(\.xlhq)?\.jpg$', '.full.jpg' }
This goes through all files in the current folder and its subfolders and renames all jpgs so that they end with .full.jpg.

I hope this helps!
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