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#81
(09-29-2015, 04:25 AM)eliot Wrote: Yep just recompile and replace the .dll

First try it didnt worked, I had to add pre compiler flags TRANSFORMERS and then it worked.
Is this the right way?

Because I also see ALPHAPROTOCOL flag is missing from pre compiler flags
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#82
Oh I forgot to add the compiler flags to the other compile builds Tongue
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#83
(09-28-2015, 05:00 AM)brumbrum Wrote: Hi Eliot ! It's since two days Im trying to open Core.u (already unpacked) in UE Explorer, but it gives me errors Sad
I appreciate your effort making Eliot.dll source available through GitHub, already browsered the source to update it for for my game, anyway cant find a tutorial or explanation about how to add a support for a game...

So my last chance is to write to you here...

Game : Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
Game Engine : UE3
Release Date: half 2012

Core.u decompressed : https://www.sendspace.com/file/1fxt2j

Can you help me please? Is there a place with a tutorial/explanation on how to add support for a game? I'd like to know how to add support for them, so if I find a unsupported game i can add it Smile

Thank you for your work! Smile

brumbrum many thanks for your useful information
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#84
Hi Eliot!

Could you please add support for HMM7? When I try to open any package UE Explorer says "This package package has unsupported signatures".
Here Core and Engine packages. I am gladly add any other files if needed.

Thank you!
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#85
(10-07-2021, 07:19 AM)Feday Wrote: Hi Eliot!

Could you please add support for HMM7? When I try to open any package UE Explorer says "This package package has unsupported signatures".
Here Core and Engine packages. I am gladly add any other files if needed.

Thank you!
Thanks for the files! It appears that HMM7 is already supported (signature aside). However to get it working, you will first have to decompress the package, using Gildor's Unreal Package Decompressor tool at: https://www.gildor.org/downloads

When decompressed, the file should appear in a subfolder named "unpacked", open it with UE Explorer, and click yes to the signature warning popup.
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