Amonkhet Styles - Aftermath and Invocations

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Thu, 2017-05-11 17:27
Kassow-Rossing

Once again thank you for taking the time to help.

Yes I believe they are all in the same folder.

The folder on my desktop is called "Magic Set Editor 2"
Inside that folder there are five icons:
1. yellow "data" (folder)
2. white-blue mse (MS-DOS-program)
3. red mse (program)
4. white blank unins000.dat (DAT-file)
5. PC-looking unins000 (program)
Inside the "data" folder there are 57 folders. (I can list them for you if you want?)

The top one is called "dictionaries"
Then comes "en.mse-locale"
Third is "Fonts - Magic Templates"
Fourth is "magic.mse-game"
And the rest begins with the same "magic"
Then at the bottom comes a few non-Magic ones like "vanguard.mse-game", "vs.alter.mse-style" and "yugioh.mse-game"

I realize now I have no "magic-m15" or whatever it should be called. I guess this is the problem? However I have downloaded all Pichoro's templates.

I also don't understand why the "magic-m15-aftermath.mse-style" doesn't work since I have downloaded the zip file from this very thread.

Once again: Thank you for the help and the time spend helping!

Fri, 2017-05-12 17:28
Kassow-Rossing

I seem to have located the/my problem.

I can't get the auto-installers to work from Pichoro's files. I can easily unzip and move files to the "data" folder if I get them as a folder. I got the normal M15 file from a friend as well as the Aftermath from this thread.

Is there anywhere where I can get the templates in zipped folders instead of auto-installers?

Fri, 2017-05-12 17:31
Cajun
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The installers are zip files. Instead of running them you can open and extract them via 7zip or similar.

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Thu, 2017-06-22 02:45
Silversurfer4980

I was wondering if you have any plans to make the goofy hieroglyphic script for the invocations or if i should just do that myself if i want to do it.
thanks for doing this

Thu, 2017-06-22 03:01
Cajun
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There is a .ttf file included in the zip. Open that and install the font, which will use the hieroglyphic font, with the symbols bound to these keys.

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Thu, 2017-06-22 03:08
Silversurfer4980

Also does the invocation download screw up energy symbols for anyone else?

Thu, 2017-06-22 03:25
Cajun
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The zip only adds a new mana folder, it doesn't alter any existing ones. What issue are you having with energy?

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Thu, 2017-06-22 03:50
Silversurfer4980

It's now an E with a circle around it.

Thu, 2017-06-22 03:52
Silversurfer4980

In the text box.

Thu, 2017-06-22 04:08
Cajun
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Most likely you used an installer that overwrote magic-mana-small or similar. You'll need to redownload the update you got energy from, presumably here

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Mon, 2017-07-31 15:33
cloudypenguin

so i seem to have a similar issue as kassow,

when i open the editor everything works great until i want to make a aftermath card. i can select to make one but i get a blank where the card is supposed to be.

when i click on console i get this error:
http://imgur.com/haoWdjb

what do i do ?

thanks in advance.

Mon, 2017-07-31 16:42
Cajun
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Your game file is considerably out of date. You need to head over to Additional Downloads and install "Magic Update - September 9th 2015". Your errors are due to not having certain scripts and files from the newer versions.

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Mon, 2017-07-31 18:27
cloudypenguin

installing didn't work, but was able to do it via the zip way as explained on the forum you linked to, thanks alot!

Sat, 2017-08-12 21:44
LazyBlackGuy

Thankyou so much for your hard work in putting this together and forsharingit with us! I really appreciate it,you are a blessing!!

Sun, 2017-08-13 21:52
Jéské Couriano
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Mahx Michael wrote:
When you start the installer for MSE, select "programfiles" for download destination[...]

NO.

If the install is in Program Files or Program Files (x86) in any version of Windows newer than WinXP SP2, then attempts to update it will be prevented by the OS itself. I generally install it to the desktop or C: drive.

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Fri, 2017-08-18 13:21
Mahx Michael
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Actually, I found out you are right. Having MSE in program files does actually work if you run it as admin, but it's a lot more work. When I realized how much eazier it was to have them in a different location, I moved it at once. The most important part is to allways know where your mse is located.
I still stand behind what I said that you should never have programs in your documents folder. Thats like storing your clothes in the fridge.

Fri, 2017-08-18 15:39
WindyDelcarlo
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That's not quite the same thing. Unless you have reasons otherwise, storing program folders in your documents folder has no issues. It's more like storing clothes in a drawer as opposed to a cupboard.

Mon, 2017-08-21 10:54
Mahx Michael
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If you are only concidering tecknical functionality, programs in Documents isn't a problem at all. But if you value organized structure, it is as bad as storing your clothes in the fridge (at least if you unplug the fridge and remove the "clothes gets cold" factor).
You can lounch fully functional programs from your documents folder, but you can also store your office documents in a folder called "Pictures" whitout other problems than the fact that next time you seek them, you will look in pretty much every other folder first... Unless your the compleately unstructured type that stores all their files in the same folder and uses tools and shortcuts to find anything they need. (That also works fine, though.)