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    Default [HELP] .gsc Editing

    Hello, I have a quick question. I'm trying to increase the size of a .gsc to accommodate a large gametype, but I can't figure out how. I can rename them, but not resize them. I have packzip 0.1.1, but it closes right away when I open the exe file, and it isn't recognized in command prompt like the tutorials show it being entered. I already looked through the tutorials, but the only one with downloads has them as megaupload files.. If anyone could help me to increase a gsc, I'd greatly appreciate it.
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    packzip is ran through cmd.

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    How do I do it then? Just click on the exe? Because that closes Right away, flashes the text then its gone.

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    Just stop trying.

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    Well that's not very nice. You could be more helpful, ya know. I decided just to put it in the helicopter gsc, which is plenty big enough to use. Just can't use helicopters anymore.

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    you don't open the .exe . you have to run it though command prompt

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    And could you help me to do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contraband View Post
    Well that's not very nice. You could be more helpful, ya know. I decided just to put it in the helicopter gsc, which is plenty big enough to use. Just can't use helicopters anymore.
    since no one else wants to explain how to do this ill tell you (gosh people are rude)

    go in your start menu and open run,

    type cmd and hit enter

    next type cd/desktop/"the folder packzip and your .dat is in" and hit enter

    next type packzip -o 0x0000000c 0000000c.dat common_level_temp_mp.ff and hit enter

    and your done

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    Thank you, tony

    It says it cannot find the path specified, C:\Documents and settings\Administrator>cd/desktop/FF's

    I went to sys32 and copied cmd.exe and just put it in with the ff's and with packzip. but when I type the -o 0x0000000c 0000000c.dat common.ff, it says there is no such file or directory.
    My ff is named as common.ff, not common_level_temp_mp.ff

    Also, I am unable to save anything within the opened .ff, because it says that the common-extract.dat couldn't be found

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    You guys do the hard ways, there are easier ways. It takes me 10 min to add sizes but if your new then it could take a bit longer. Try this video made by Xtermination(Rolon):


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