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    « Reply #8505 on: January 28, 2012, 02:18:58 PM »


    There are no programming awards... ._.
    you would like to have one but it does not exist
    also nice work BJ Happy Face
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    « Reply #8506 on: January 28, 2012, 02:22:26 PM »


    LOL
    "Their sheer dedication in SSBB hacking granted them over 10 000 downloads. "
    Doesn't really mean anything programming-wise.
    There are no programming awards... ._.

    And IREF, I actually dunno. It only shows up at the end of the KSel Swap Table.
    I'll have to see if I can find bit shifts for it in the SDK.
    ROFL RLY .-.
    >_>
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    engineer: alrighty then

    and don't bother looking in the dolphin src...
    (unless maybe it's just that mine's outdated)

    but the IREF structure doesn't have anything defined...

    it's just:

    case BPMEM_IREF:
    /*commenting
    commenting
    and more commenting*/

    that's it Im srs here
    @Dolphin Team: I want a refund NOW!
    (lol... I Turtle'd the SVN)
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    « Reply #8507 on: January 28, 2012, 02:28:28 PM »


    ROFL RLY .-.
    >_>
    <_<

    engineer: alrighty then

    and don't bother looking in the dolphin src...
    (unless maybe it's just that mine's outdated)

    but the IREF structure doesn't have anything defined...

    it's just:

    case BPMEM_IREF:
    /*commenting
    commenting
    and more commenting*/

    that's it Im srs here
    @Dolphin Team: I want a refund NOW!
    (lol... I Turtle'd the SVN)

    Found it:
    Code:
    /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    //
    // Name:          GDSetIndTexOrder
    //
    // Desc:          Associates direct texture maps and coordinate names
    //                with indirect texture maps.
    //
    // Arguments:     texCoord0:     Associated texcoord for indirect texture 0.
    //                texMap0:       Associated texture map for indirect texture 0.
    //                texCoord1:     Associated texcoord for indirect texture 1.
    //                texMap1:       Associated texture map for indirect texture 1.
    //                texCoord2:     Associated texcoord for indirect texture 2.
    //                texMap2:       Associated texture map for indirect texture 2.
    //                texCoord3:     Associated texcoord for indirect texture 3.
    //                texMap3:       Associated texture map for indirect texture 3.
    //
    /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    void GDSetIndTexOrder (
        GXTexCoordID        texCoord0,
        GXTexMapID          texMap0,
        GXTexCoordID        texCoord1,
        GXTexMapID          texMap1,
        GXTexCoordID        texCoord2,
        GXTexMapID          texMap2,
        GXTexCoordID        texCoord3,
        GXTexMapID          texMap3 )
    {
        GDWriteBPCmd( RAS1_IREF(
            (texMap0 & 7),
            (texCoord0 & 7),
            (texMap1 & 7),
            (texCoord1 & 7),
            (texMap2 & 7),
            (texCoord2 & 7),
            (texMap3 & 7),
            (texCoord3 & 7),
            RAS1_IREF_ID) );
    }

    Code:
    /*
     *  ras1_iref struct
     */
    #define RAS1_IREF_BI0_SHIFT 0
    #define RAS1_IREF_BC0_SHIFT 3
    #define RAS1_IREF_BI1_SHIFT 6
    #define RAS1_IREF_BC1_SHIFT 9
    #define RAS1_IREF_BI2_SHIFT 12
    #define RAS1_IREF_BC2_SHIFT 15
    #define RAS1_IREF_BI3_SHIFT 18
    #define RAS1_IREF_BC3_SHIFT 21
    #define RAS1_IREF_RID_SHIFT 24
    #define RAS1_IREF(bi0, bc0, bi1, bc1, bi2, bc2, bi3, bc3, rid) \
    ((((unsigned long)(bi0)) << RAS1_IREF_BI0_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(bc0)) << RAS1_IREF_BC0_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(bi1)) << RAS1_IREF_BI1_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(bc1)) << RAS1_IREF_BC1_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(bi2)) << RAS1_IREF_BI2_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(bc2)) << RAS1_IREF_BC2_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(bi3)) << RAS1_IREF_BI3_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(bc3)) << RAS1_IREF_BC3_SHIFT) | \
    (((unsigned long)(rid)) << RAS1_IREF_RID_SHIFT))

    It apparently has to do with indirect textures.

    Edit: Already done coding bit shifts! Awesome Face
    Code:
        [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential, Pack = 1)]
        public struct RAS1_IRef //For indirect textures
        {
            //0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0111   BI0
            //0000 0000 0000 0000 0011 1000   BC0
            //0000 0000 0000 0001 1100 0000   BI1
            //0000 0000 0000 1110 0000 0000   BC1
            //0000 0000 0111 0000 0000 0000   BI2
            //0000 0011 1000 0000 0000 0000   BC2
            //0001 1100 0000 0000 0000 0000   BI3
            //1110 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000   BC3

            public Int24 data;
           
            public int TexMap0 { get { return (int)data & 7; } }
            public int TexCoord0 { get { return ((int)data >> 3) & 7; } }
            public int TexMap1 { get { return ((int)data >> 6) & 7; } }
            public int TexCoord1 { get { return ((int)data >> 9) & 7; } }
            public int TexMap2 { get { return ((int)data >> 12) & 7; } }
            public int TexCoord2 { get { return ((int)data >> 15) & 7; } }
            public int TexMap3 { get { return ((int)data >> 18) & 7; } }
            public int TexCoord3 { get { return ((int)data >> 21) & 7; } }
           
            public RAS1_IRef(byte dat0, byte dat1, byte dat2) { data._dat0 = dat0; data._dat1 = dat1; data._dat2 = dat2; }
            public RAS1_IRef(int value) { data = (Int24)value; }
            public RAS1_IRef(Int24 value) { data = value; }
           
            public static int Shift(int bi0, int bc0, int bi1, int bc1, int bi2, int bc2, int bi3, int bc3)
            {
                return (bi0) |
                ((bc0) << 3) |
                ((bi1) << 6) |
                ((bc1) << 9) |
                ((bi2) << 12) |
                ((bc2) << 15) |
                ((bi3) << 18) |
                ((bc3) << 21);
            }
        }
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    « Reply #8508 on: January 28, 2012, 02:55:38 PM »


    nice... thanx BJ Cheesy

    now I just have to figure out how to read from a pow(32) data field D:
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    « Reply #8509 on: January 28, 2012, 03:20:12 PM »


    Good work BJ! I like progress, even when it's the kind I don't directly understand... too uneducated.

    SRT0 unknoqnes still aren't showing any results, not with Spycloak anyways, and none of Nymph's TvC stages save SRT0 data properly (I can't seem to find the float values of the 15756 unknown for some reason) Meta Ridley and Tabuu are the last hopes for now.
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    « Reply #8510 on: January 28, 2012, 03:20:42 PM »


    Shaders are COMPLETELY editable now.
    There's NOTHING that you can't edit.

    Same with materials. You can edit literally EVERYTHING.

    It's almost disturbing. Im srs here
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    « Reply #8511 on: January 28, 2012, 03:29:08 PM »


    Shaders are COMPLETELY editable now.
    There's NOTHING that you can't edit.

    Same with materials. You can edit literally EVERYTHING.

    It's almost disturbing. Im srs here

    lol i find it awesome
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    « Reply #8512 on: January 28, 2012, 03:32:20 PM »


    So... awesome Happy Face
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    « Reply #8513 on: January 28, 2012, 03:38:45 PM »


    That's great! Now if only I knew what every setting meant Tongue
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    « Reply #8514 on: January 28, 2012, 03:41:21 PM »


    can you do what I did to DPv4b yet??
    (the whole reason I called them nodes)

    I took the texture brightness modifier from the EyeYellow node and applied it to the main node.
    (literally just copy/paste)
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    « Reply #8515 on: January 28, 2012, 03:42:47 PM »


    can you do what I did to DPv4b yet??
    (the whole reason I called them nodes)

    I took the texture brightness modifier from the EyeYellow node and applied it to the main node.
    (literally just copy/paste)

    You could always do that.
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    « Reply #8516 on: January 28, 2012, 03:46:47 PM »


    rly??
    honestly... how?? :/

    because (back when I called them structures) all I did was take the second structure from EyeYellow
    and pasted it in between the first and second structures of main by hexing it Tongue

    you're saying I could've done that since you implemented the editor??
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    « Reply #8517 on: January 28, 2012, 03:48:04 PM »


    Hey BJ, I don't suppose with your programing skills, could you add a "minimize" function to the Wii Scrubber program. It is SO annoying that you can't minimize it while you're not using it entirely.

    Also, good progress is good, now to part the ocean and feed 5,000 people with a single loaf of bread lol

    In all honesty, I hope you get the movesets and stuff in this or the next update >=3 maybe even with a few copy-pasta codes like for chargable specials and stuff Smiley
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    « Reply #8518 on: January 28, 2012, 04:01:47 PM »


    you know...
    both Kryal and Bero seemed to return out of nowhere <_<

    were you guys stuck in the void or something??

    and who's going to be returning next?? :|
    Unfortunately, I will have entrance exam next year and I have to study through this year.
    If I could successfully enter the university, I may join developing BBox...

    BTW BJ, did XYZ bug cause all bugs? I'm sorry for not understanding what you said.
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    « Reply #8519 on: January 28, 2012, 04:03:28 PM »


    ...
    ...
    Im srs here
    WiiScrubber has a minimize, doesn't it?
    Shaders are COMPLETELY editable now.
    There's NOTHING that you can't edit.

    Same with materials. You can edit literally EVERYTHING.

    It's almost disturbing. Im srs here

    Good job buddy "Wherever Vyse goes, cool follows."
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