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Dukeres Keeps Crashing!

User is offline   BL1TZKRI3G 

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Okay, so I'm trying to make a Mod for Duke Nukem 3D. I - since I want to keep thing simple - am going to stuff everything into a GRP. The problem is that I can't insert images into either GRP files or Art files. DukeRes crashes. Any help?

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User is offline   Jan Satcitananda 

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I'd recommend using KGROUP and KEXTRACT utilities for working with GRP. Also there's a GRP plugin for Total Commander, but it supports extracting only AFAIK. DukeRes is mostly done for game art editing.

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User is offline   Hank 

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I use DukeRes for years.
Tested adding tiles to art files and art files into grp files. Works. PCX and BMP files only!

Notes:
1. Using Windows 7, and not Windows 10.
2. Using BAFed to import tiles. It has a wider range of file types that can be imported. Original link to this program fails, so here is an alternate link to BAFed.
3. Can't import single tiles into the grp files, directly. Tiles need to go into an art file first, and then the art file into the grp file.

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This post has been edited by Hank: 18 September 2018 - 02:38 PM

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