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Old 2009-11-12, 01:55   Link #2821
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Chronotrig, is Warugiria official now?

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According to one of the last emails we received from BT, the name is spelled "Virgilia". Still, it's likely that they didn't have a particular spelling in mind at the time. It may just be that the people doing the anime either asked someone else or misunderstood.

Virgilia works much better though, for the reasons others have stated. Unless 07th Expansion says otherwise, that's the name that should be used, in my opinion.
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Old 2009-11-12, 02:31   Link #2822
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It does require a bit more work to scale the images, but it shouldn't require a super-fast CPU (I'd expect your 2.1 GHz C2D should be able to handle it just fine.) How much slowdown were you experiencing, and what OS are you running on?
Vista 32-bit.
I'd say the slowdown is like playing at 30-50% of the normal speed. Even right-clicking to access the system/tips screen feels twice as slower.

Could it be affected by the GPU?
This laptop's videocard ain't that hot (Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series).
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Old 2009-11-12, 08:24   Link #2823
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I've been meaning to ask this for a while now. Is it normal that text appears slower in scenes where rain is involved. Text inside the house is normal speed, but when it's with rain it gets slower. Any ideas?
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Old 2009-11-12, 08:29   Link #2824
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I have that as well. Doesn't really bother me though since I always assumed it was some sort of slowdown on the part of Onscripter.
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Old 2009-11-12, 11:23   Link #2825
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Chronotrig, is Warugiria official now?

http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/316/warugiria.png
To me this only shows Kumasawa's ignorance. I mean it must have been her, that isn't Beatrice's nor Maria's handwriting there. Also it looks that whoever signed as "Warugiria" doesn't know italian either.
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Old 2009-11-12, 12:08   Link #2826
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Hi Mion,

Rogerpepitone was referring to EP4's Tea Party.
I'm pretty sure that it didn't happen on previous onscripter builds.
Here's a sample image:
Spoiler for Image of error:


Also, I was trying out the new window-width command, and when I tried inputting a higher value than the default, it would slow down a bit (most noticeable when holding Ctrl).
Does this new command require a REALLY powerful cpu? I'm currently testing it out on a 2.1Ghz Core2 Duo laptop.
Ok, I think I've found the source of the wrapped-Battler bug... I'll have a fix in the next onscripter-en release soon.

And as for the resized window, the resizing work is only done when an image is loaded from file, not every time an image is drawn. Unfortunately, the right-click menu elements are reloaded anew each time you go to the menu...
Also, it can take a bit longer to refresh and run effects on a larger screen image than a smaller one, as you can see by trying the right-click menu in both smaller- and larger-than-normal windows.

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I've been meaning to ask this for a while now. Is it normal that text appears slower in scenes where rain is involved. Text inside the house is normal speed, but when it's with rain it gets slower. Any ideas?
The more frequent screen refreshing required during the falling rain effect is what slows down the text output there. At least you can left-click to complete a line, but yeah, I'd love to make that work more efficiently sometime.

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Old 2009-11-12, 17:47   Link #2827
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The more frequent screen refreshing required during the falling rain effect is what slows down the text output there. At least you can left-click to complete a line, but yeah, I'd love to make that work more efficiently sometime.

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THx that's what I do, but sometimes bugs me because I think it's my Pc's fault, thx again
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Old 2009-11-12, 21:12   Link #2828
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DEEN's shown a couple screw ups already, i dont pay attention to many but a noticable one is when the ep title was week square insted of weak square, this and virgilias name are prob gunna be fixed in dvds,

also, congrats to witch-hunt for getting referenced in an anime lol
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Old 2009-11-12, 21:24   Link #2829
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The motion graphics also slipped up on "Wergilia" .
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Old 2009-11-14, 17:03   Link #2830
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I'm sorry If this was answered here, but does anyone know where Umineko (Episode 4) saves it savefiles? Is it possible to continue ones save games on another computer by copying such file? If so, where is that located?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 2009-11-14, 18:13   Link #2831
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Was something like C:\ProgramData\Umineko4\ or something like that.
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Old 2009-11-14, 20:33   Link #2832
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Was something like C:\ProgramData\Umineko4\ or something like that.
C:\ProgramData\Umineko4final

That goes for Windows Vista/7. WinXP system folders are a little bit different, I can't remember for sure, but anyway you need to search for 'Umineko4final' folder.
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Old 2009-11-15, 18:05   Link #2833
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Ok, somebody did find the nscmake.exe cauz i download the rar and it's not there, i found one but whent I run the novel in my PSP, it says the pathc is not well done, that it's not in the right path.
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Old 2009-11-15, 18:24   Link #2834
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I have updated my original post, please check that out there Dante_Sword ^^.
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Old 2009-11-15, 18:53   Link #2835
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I have updated my original post, please check that out there Dante_Sword ^^.
Hi, its my first post, and i kind of feel bad for it but anyway i'll ask it xD When you say, that i have to copy the arc.nsa, you mean the one from the root path in umineko 4, or the one in the WH patch folder ??? cauz i already follow your tutorial, but when I launch the game on the PSP, it says the patch its not in the right path. Thanks for your attention.
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Old 2009-11-15, 20:38   Link #2836
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Sometimes I feel like buying a psp just for this.
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Old 2009-11-16, 21:37   Link #2837
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wow! thanks Dante_Sword! thereŽs so much to do but it looks amazing, IŽll make some free time to try this. It looks definitively better than the DS one (this one is working fine for me but displays images on top screen and text alone on the bottom screen, I miss the text-above-image like the original + some sfxs download a little too slow, but in the end its lovely too~).
IŽll stay tuned for any update on this, thanks again!
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Old 2009-11-16, 21:56   Link #2838
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Wow, I received my copy of Chiru from HimeyaShop one week after ordering it -- did not expect that! I played the prologue with that Anon patch for it. I'm so looking forward to WH's patch, keep up the good work, guys.
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Old 2009-11-16, 22:33   Link #2839
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wow! thanks Dante_Sword! thereŽs so much to do but it looks amazing, IŽll make some free time to try this. It looks definitively better than the DS one (this one is working fine for me but displays images on top screen and text alone on the bottom screen, I miss the text-above-image like the original + some sfxs download a little too slow, but in the end its lovely too~).
IŽll stay tuned for any update on this, thanks again!
It was Skullchukka that wrote the PSP guide.. Dante_Sword was just quoting him/her, but failed
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Old 2009-11-16, 22:41   Link #2840
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Wow, I received my copy of Chiru from HimeyaShop one week after ordering it -- did not expect that! I played the prologue with that Anon patch for it. I'm so looking forward to WH's patch, keep up the good work, guys.
Hey, u say there is an Anon patch? ummm where can i find that....
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