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KyleFan

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  1. So @Jeff, can I ask you please to fix that facial tag on your Corran Horn Pilot model, if it's possible? I'd really appreciate it.
  2. Okay, I did some additional research and I found this: https://jkhub.org/forums/topic/12060-identifying-6-mod-authors/?tab=comments#comment-160510 According to this, that particular version was made by Jeff. If one facial tag is off, then I guess the issue is with the 3D model itself. I don't have any experience with modeling, so I don't think I can fix it. I'm fairly new to the community, so what should I do? Can I reach out to Jeff and ask him to fix it? Or should I start searching for modeling tutorials? Btw, I appreciate your help, guys!
  3. It is the Corran Horn (Pilot) version, though I changed his clothing. I can't remember who the author is. I collected a lot of stuff over the years. I tried to find it here with no luck.
  4. Hi guys! So I tried to modify my JA by replacing the green double-bladed Jedi master with a Corran Horn model. It works fine, except for one thing: he always looks up. When I spawn him, he should be looking at my face, but instead he looks way above me. Then when I crouch, he looks straight ahead. Why is that and is there a way to fix this?
  5. Thank you for the help, guys! You got it right, mrwonko. It was the @ symbol. I had to experiment with it for a while to make the reference work. It turned out it is: @FILENAME_REFERENCE It works perfectly. Thanks again!
  6. Hi everyone! Freshly new member here, sorry if I haven't posted this into the right thread. I have a difficult question I couldn't find the answer to on my own. I like doing translations to my language and I had no problem writing in string files. Now I encountered some texts in a mod that show up by a script made in BehavEd using the 'print' command. I had no problem writing my translations in there, everything was fine. Then I opened up Jedi Outcast and when the text shows up, the accented characters are missing. For example if I write "hétvégi üdülőhely" in BehavEd, in-game it is shown as "h.tv.gi .d.l.hely". I checked if the text got messed up by saving it to .ibi but it stays correct. So the problem has to be with the game itself. I can't figure out what because it never had a problem displaying accented characters with using strings text. So the game has these characters in the fonts. Something else is wrong. I know that English speakers might never encountered this issue because English doesn't really have accented characters, but I hope there is at least one person here who knows about this and has a solution. It really bugs me that I can't figure it out. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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