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TFD 1.04 Dev Update (12/05/2012)

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9 hours ago, Plokite_Wolf said:

Go to TSConfig.exe and apply the no-CD function.

The no-cd option in TSConfig.exe was already ticked. I messed around with compatibilities and still the menu was glitched. Anyway, in order to not go completely off-topic, can those patches on the list completely override the use of TFDUP and be used instead of it?

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8 hours ago, Bambacha said:

The no-cd option in TSConfig.exe was already ticked. I messed around with compatibilities and still the menu was glitched.

I misread your earlier post, thinking you were trying to fix a problem with reading Firestorm missions. As for the menu, you'll have to toy around with the renderer choice (bottom right of TSConfig's window). I can't give you an exact solution for that, as I think different renderers work for different setups. I personally use ddwrapper.

8 hours ago, Bambacha said:

Anyway, in order to not go completely off-topic, can those patches on the list completely override the use of TFDUP and be used instead of it?

Yes, though TFD 1.03 removes the need for the DVD for all included games, which is particularly necessary for RA2/YR and later.

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Seems I have to catch up then. I only recently (6 months ago) upgraded my WinXP machine of 10 years to a Win10 x64 machine. In those WinXP years TFDUP served me wonderfully, I think it's time to keep up to date.

As for Tiberian Sun, if you install TSPatch on top of TFDUP, the Firestorm missions break but the menu glitch is fixed. Having only TFDUP doesn't fix the menu glitch. Thing is, TFDUP installs itself to all games (through the .bat it runs automatically) and you aren't able to pick specific games to patch.

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1 hour ago, Bambacha said:

Thing is, TFDUP installs itself to all games (through the .bat it runs automatically) and you aren't able to pick specific games to patch.

You can bypass this. During the installation of TFD, you choose which games you want to install. Therefore you can install one set of games, apply TFD 1.03 to them, install the other set of games and apply fixes that may or may not conflict with the 1.03 patch.

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22 minutes ago, Plokite_Wolf said:

You can bypass this. During the installation of TFD, you choose which games you want to install. Therefore you can install one set of games, apply TFD 1.03 to them, install the other set of games and apply fixes that may or may not conflict with the 1.03 patch.

Oh God, you just blew my mind. I never thought of that, gonna try that now. Thanks for that tip!

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