OjitroC wrote:(1) The map won't run in UT99, only in Unreal.
(3) 'One Day' runs fine for me in UT using Oldskool Amp'd - shows up in the map pack and in the custom map lists and runs fine with no errors. Dawn.unr runs OK and the next map starts up OK as well - didn't go any further. Can't really help with your problem - it's possible that Oldskool can't find the map for some reason.
JackGriffin wrote:Why go to all this trouble? Just play them in Unreal.
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UnrealGGecko wrote:For #3 you might wanna try to redownload the campaign? Either you got an older version or something's up.
gattovicentino wrote: I'd like to understand why it doesn't.
JackGriffin wrote:gattovicentino wrote: I'd like to understand why it doesn't.
I respect that answer a very great deal.
gattovicentino wrote: could you tell me which files of "One Day" you have? And if there is, in your Oldskool configuration file, any particular line concerning One Day mappack.
OjitroC wrote:I have to revise my "'One Day' runs fine for me in UT using Oldskool Amp'd" comment - that was yesterday! Today I get the "object Level none. My level not found" error! 'One Day' shows up in the Oldskool Map Pack menu (with a screenshot) but trying to open it results in that error, as does starting the first map (DAWN.unr) from the console.
OjitroC wrote:One thing that interests me is where Oldskool Amp'd gets the information on the map pack from - is it from the first map as there is no int or u file with the map pack as there is with some of the other SP campaigns?
Got the maps from the same source as you so I have the same files. All the maps appear is the list of LoadedMaps (under [olroot.OldSkoolmapsClientWindow]) but don't show up in the custom map menu.
EDIT "One thing that interests me is where Oldskool Amp'd gets the information on the map pack from" - from the Oldskool.int, along with a number of other map packs I don't have!!!
gattovicentino wrote: OIdskool shows One Day in the list, with its screenshot! So it seems to be a predefined Oldskool configuration, even if the campaign is not installed (and installing it, copying the files in Maps folder, nothing changes!). So really It's a strange issue.
OjitroC wrote:I had another go at trying to play One Day - Dawn didn't appear in the Oldskool custom map menu but Dusk2 did and that played OK. Odd, very odd!!
OjitroC wrote:It gets odder and odder - just tried it again and DAWN does appear now in the custom maps menu - still can't start it though!! It does run though if I start a DM in UT, go to the console and type 'open dawn.unr'. This starts in UT and I then enable OldSkool Amp'd and open DAWN in the menu - this works OK and the map runs.
I did open the map in UEd and in the LevelInfo -> Screenshot I deleted NONE.
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