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  1. Never tried eet, but you do realize this thread is 5 years old, right?
  2. The time spent in party is not a CRE stat, but stored in the GAM uncalculated. So I highly doubt it's accessible.
  3. a bunch of clever engine hacks for the original bg2.
  4. Division is possible with tobex, since it has an Eval trigger.
  5. You can always use the regex version of string replace with something like ^\s*(.*)\s*$
  6. The "feet" are 16px horizontally or 12px vertically, but from caillean's testing spell range is also capped by visual range.
  7. I doubt it is possible and thief/mage does not exist.
  8. You could just use the same expression in the second case, explicitly (not manually) negated.
  9. Check if it's here: https://github.com/SpellholdStudios
  10. That's closer to Brad on the subviews branch; master is more like space invaders with you, caillean and chiv being the alien overlords.
  11. https://gibberlings3.github.io/iesdp/opcodes/bgee.htm#op295 What didn't work?
  12. Learn to love the wayback machine: https://web.archive.org/web/20150224204411/http://spidersrpgworld.com/index.php/modifications/character-based/154-elven-pack https://web.archive.org/web/20150919015002/http://iegmc.shphockey.com/racialpacks/
  13. There was another ML thread a while ago, but I can't find it. Didn't go into much detail about actually using this, since the algo was too intensive and unreliable to do at runtime. With GemRB one can emulate a good ol' CRT by just resizing the window — SDL does the simple scaling and of course the best results are at integer factors. It has some options (eg. anisotropic filtering on top), but this is far from just having greater detail.
  14. You can't push to the G3 repos, since you don't have that sort of access. But you can push to your own forks of them. So do that first — there's a fork button on every repo page. You'll have to change what your "origin" origin points to afterwards (edit .git/config or find some command to do it), so you tell git you're working on your own repo/fork. Once you push, the web interface will automatically suggest you create a pull request and make it trivial.
  15. Yeah, those two lines are clearly broken. Never ran into that though, since I don't actually install it — you can run it from the checkout normally. You can try changing them to "return rec".
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