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Operation Clean ME3Explorer

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Re: Operation Clean ME3Explorer

Postby saltisgood » 18 May 2013, 06:43

Thanks man. And you're definitely right about the colours being reverted, turns out that when I was messing around with the writing order I swapped the red and green channels :?
Even though I'm still naively setting the blue channel, the professional version is pretty much indistinguishable from my one.
New version:
If you zoom in you can see that the new version (left) has the same level of detail as the one in the Compressonator, unlike the previous version which was quite blurry in places.
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Re: Operation Clean ME3Explorer

Postby giftfish » 04 Apr 2016, 21:23

This thread is obviously very old and I'll archive it soon.

In the meantime, though, I thought it would be valuable to sticky it for a bit of attention. Perhaps NOT unexpectedly, some of the tools marked for deletion in the OP are still in the toolset 3 years later.

Siiiigh, lol.

After v110 is out, these types of discussions need to be revisited in the proper tool thread. Not all tools have their own thread, however, so if we want, we can discuss those here. Or, we can erect threads for them and have the discussion there. Once the discussion is complete -- and assuming the tool is culled -- then I'd lockit and move it to the Archives.
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Re: Operation Clean ME3Explorer

Postby FemShep » 04 Apr 2016, 22:42

Why would one want to remove PCC decompressor/repacker (aren't they the same thing?)

Are you talking about code-wise or GUI wise?
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Re: Operation Clean ME3Explorer

Postby The Fob » 05 Apr 2016, 05:15

I use repacker sometimes. Wouldn't want it removed.
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