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Sounds and Music / Adding music to "music" file in 0ufos - spacing
« on: February 18, 2012, 08:50:40 am »
I've added some music to the 0music file, then I've added the file names to the music file inside 0ufos.pk3  The first time I added just 3 songs, and tried to keep the spacing exact as I typed the new filenames into the song lists.  Since it worked, I did it again with even more songs (7 this time) but this time I lost track of the spacing between the text.  Not even sure if it matters, I'm using Winzip to open the pk3 files and notepad to open the "music" file inside 0ufos.  Does the spacing of the song titles showing up in notepad matter?  Or does it just need 1 space minimum in between each title?

I've played through this mission twice, each time going into every room (even checked the roof where the dropship is) and I cant find the last alien to end the mission.  Each time I've aborted, and it shows 1 alien still alive.  Not sure if there is a fix for this, but I remember a long time ago reading about a command you can type in to summon an alien in front of you if they are stuck in a wall or something.

This is the bomb shelter mission, the one with the gas truck in the middle of the map on a platform.

Any help would be appreciated.

User modifications / Can the music be customized?
« on: July 02, 2010, 08:55:30 pm »
I've always loved the music in the Xcoms, but there is one track in this game that's a bit annoying ;).  It sounds like some arena-rock tune, and for some reason it plays about twice as loud as all the other music tracks (and some of the tracks play too quiet).  I like my rock as much as the next guy, but for me the music in an Xcom game like this needs to be ambient, or at most a background techno beat.  Anyways I know with a game like Elder Scrolls: Oblivion I could go in and add or delete music files in different situational folders, and customize the music to my own tastes.  I'm pretty big into New Age and Celtic music, and find I work the best (and play the best) with it.

Just wanted to see if anyone else has done this, as I dont want to start moving files around and break something.

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