Partial Upak support for Oldskool?

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Partial Upak support for Oldskool?

Post by UTNerd24 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:45 am

So I decided to do a clean install of UT to clean up some potential bugs and whatnot, and that meant re-installing a majority of my mods. No problems there, but for whatever reason, when I want to load a Upak map, I get this error:

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Can't find ObjectProperty in file 'ObjectProperty Engine.Console.TimeDemo
I found this odd because In the past I was able to run the maps just fine under "Custom maps". I don't actually play the campaign though, I just mess around with the maps and occasionally take some cinematic shots. So any idea what Im missing?
As I said, I am aware that If I wanted to run the campaign, I'd need RTNP Ultimate Edition, but I'm just needing the maps for my own needs.
Damn that was fun.

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Re: Partial Upak support for Oldskool?

Post by sektor2111 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:15 am

Proving once again that Unreal is not UT and that's why UT goes borked and UT needs reinstalled being screwed again later and so on...

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Re: Partial Upak support for Oldskool?

Post by UTNerd24 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:40 am

sektor2111 wrote:Proving once again that Unreal is not UT and that's why UT goes borked and UT needs reinstalled being screwed again later and so on...
:sad2: Sorry for asking
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Re: Partial Upak support for Oldskool?

Post by sektor2111 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 4:54 pm

Don't be sorry. I have just learned a new thing so I'm grateful because you have posted the log confirming my intuition.
UPak outta my yard.

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