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Old 06-12-20, 15:12   #11
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Old 09-01-21, 22:58   #12
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Hi evryone,
I am trying to use FLEP from tombIDE.
I have set my game settings on TRNG + FLEP, and as you can see in this video, when i try to patch the engine in the folder, I get this error message.
Am I using it correctly ?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qy88J0Yi4gs
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Old 09-01-21, 23:10   #13
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Please translate for us. That message is in French.
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Old 09-01-21, 23:38   #14
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Damn..
My computer is french indeed !

Well...
I open TombIDE, it works fine. I can create a level and play it, no problem.
I had some problems in the past because I was working on D drive. I moved everything on C, and I get less error messages.

Now, for the very first time, I tried patching the game with FLEP.
To do so, I set the settings on "engine : TRNG + FLEP".
I create a project, and a level. I build the scripts etc... everything works fine, I can still create and play a level.
Then I close evrything, go back to tomb IDE and open the FLEP Manager.
i tick a few boxes like "disable climb delay" or "enable roll out of crawlspace"

When I am done ticking boxes, I click on MODIFY (bottom right button) and I get this first message (roughly translated) :
"this action can not be performed because this file is opened in tomb4.exe, close the file and try again"
I don't have any file opened actually, so... why ?

Well, I click on CANCEL and I get another error message !
It goes like "you must have an authorization to perform this action"
I click on cancel, and I can not have my engine patched...

Lara still waits one second before climbing... and I am stuck for several hours on this problem
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Old 10-01-21, 00:20   #15
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It seems it's still open somehow.
Try opening the task manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc), open the Details panel, and see if there isn't any remnant of tomb4. If there is any, select it and click End task.

Or maybe that's totally unrelated: FLEP patched exes tend to be seen as threats by antiviruses. Maybe your antivirus is preventing the patching from happening somehow? Try adding your C:\TRLE folder into the exceptions list of your antivirus and see if it works better.
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Old 10-01-21, 11:26   #16
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OK, that did the trick ! Thank you so much !
You are right Joey, my antivirus thought it was a threat (but was showing no error message ! how the hell was i supposed to guess ?).
I disabled it.
Oddly enough, it works perfecly well on C drive, but when I try the same process on D (i would rather work on D than C...) it does not work.
Well I will on stay on C then.

The task manager shows no tomb4 running. I have to restart the computer sometimes to completely end tomb4.exe and be able to patch again.

Thanks again.
I hope it doesnt bother you if I ask a lot of nooby questions, but I really want to build, and I suck at computers
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