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  1. We don't support such a functions because manipulating packets could be used for unsavory purposes.
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    Op codes changed?

    Yes, the op codes and packet sizes are horribly outdated, but since it's difficult to download older clients, someone would have had to keep around the old client that Melia was compatible with at some point, which I doubt anyone did =/ Basically, we really need to update Melia.
  3. I would guess that Mabinogi CN uses different start parameters, which Morrighan fails to handle. The nxlauncher method is mainly geared towards NA, and if another region doesn't use the same launcher parameters, it won't work there. What I'd need to know are the parameters that the CN launcher passes to the Client.exe on start.
  4. exec

    About MabiPale

    For all intents and purposes it is just a logger. While it's fully compatible with Alissa (Pake) and could send packets, it requires a packet provider that supports it, and there is no public tool like that (anymore).
  5. Happy Holidays everybody!

  6. Update v1.1.0 Added editing Improved performance Added some hotkeys You can download it on the GitHub Release page.
  7. Update v0.8.0a (minor version numbering change) Added filtering/removing similar props by id or class name Added settings option to enable multiple instances of Mabioned Improved copy+paste to work across instances and sessions You can download it on the GitHub Release page.
  8. Update v1.6.0 Added tray icon and minimization Added G13 server support using parameter "jpG13"
  9. We'd like to make Aura public again at some point, but there are no concrete plans at this time. If all official servers closed down we could do it without much risk, but until that happens we'd have to make changes to it that we weren't and aren't ready to make, as they would cripple the usability and the base features.
  10. Granted, but the one you can afford is as big as a GameBoy screen, despite its 1080p resolution. I wish someone would take care of the projects of mine that I don't have enough time for.
  11. Granted, but just as it's completely set up a natural disaster destroys it all. I wish I'd never be late for a project log again.
  12. It's scary how accurately you've described parts of my life where I did work on some of my projects every waking moment out of obligation to the community xD Granted, but the money came from illegal deals, you're going to prison for life and never experience G22 Aura. I wish a day had more hours.
  13. Granted, but it's so advanced that it's incompatible to each and every program and game out there. I wish I had more time for my open-source projects.
  14. exec

    about aura

    The last version of Aura is still available on the internet, Nexon only took down the main repository. We can't link you to those sources though, you have to search yourself. Look for a version on GitHub or other sites that was last updated in January 2017. Google translation: 最新版本的Aura仍可在互联网上使用,Nexon只取消了主存储库。 我们无法将您链接到这些来源,但您必须自己搜索。 在GitHub或2017年1月最后更新的其他网站上查找版本。
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    no conect server

    I don't see any obvious problems, it should be working. Just in case, the client and the servers are running on the same computer, yes?
  16. exec

    no conect server

    Could you show us your client.xml and what the serverlist file says (http://127.0.0.1/toslive/patch/serverlist.cs)?
  17. exec

    Welcome

    I'm not so sure we should make that public, seeing how it's Nexon once more =P"
  18. DataDog is a viewer and potential future editor for Mabinogi's .data (DataDog) format. It allows you to open and view the files and export them to XML, in one or list by list. Source: https://github.com/exectails/DataDog Download: https://github.com/exectails/DataDog/releases
  19. You're right, seems like it was. That's one of those games I've been meaning to give a try for years. How well does it run on Java?
  20. Version 0.0.7a is now up, I fixed some issues users discovered, especially using Mabioned with older region files, such as G13.
  21. Mabioned is an editor for Mabinogi's Region (.rgn) and Area (.area) file formats. It allows you to change any part of the files in a clean interface, while providing some quality-of-life features, like moving and rotating entities with the mouse on a map. For the moment Mabioned renders the region only as a 2D map. This works very well to get an overview and move entities, but there are limits. Modifying the terrain for example is possible, but needs to be done by modifying the respective objects' properties by hand. For more information about the program and the game's files that this editor modifies refer to the files in the Documentation folder on GitHub. Binary templates for the file formats can be found in the repository as well. If you encounter any bugs or errors, please create an issue so they can be fixed. If you'd like to help with the development or have suggestions on how to improve the program I'd be happy to review your contributions, simply create an issue for each one. GitHub: https://github.com/exectails/Mabioned Download: https://github.com/exectails/Mabioned/releases
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    TW Login Type

    Years ago we found out that TW had a unique login type that passed the login information to the client via command line arguments. This type was and still is available in the NA client as well, and using it brings you directly to the character selection, without login form or start button. If the secondary login is enabled you do have to enter it before reaching the characters though. Parameters: [...] setting:"file://data/features.xml=Regular, X" /N:username /V:password /T:gamania
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    File Formats

    This is a collection of binary templates for some of Mabinogi's file formats, such as .rgn and .pack. https://github.com/exectails/MabinogiFileFormats
  24. MackLib is a .NET library primarily designed to read Mabinogi's pack files, with the possibly unique function to read the entire package folder to get the latest version of all files, just like the client does. Originally developed only for fun, it has been used and tested in several applications at this point, and just today I finally added a way to create new and modify/recreate existing pack files. The library isn't perfect yet, and creating pack files is highly experimental, but we haven't had any problems reading files with it since I initially wrote it. Usage Example: var path = Path.Combine(PackReader.GetMabinogiDirectory(), "package"); using (var pr = new PackReader(path)) { var entry = pr.GetEntry(@"data\db\itemdb.xml"); using (var ms = new MemoryStream(entry.GetData())) using (var sr = new StreamReader(ms)) { // read itemdb } } GitHub: https://github.com/exectails/MackLib
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    DataModder

    Have you ever thought that you'd hate to be the person who has to update those huge data mod packs that presumably break every other week? I always thought that if I were the maintainer I would write a tool that does all the hard work for me. Why should I have to go into a file and make the same tweak again and again if I can have a tool do that for me based on a set of rules? With this base idea in mind I created a tool that does just that a while ago: DataModder. This prototype reads instructions on how to modify files from Lua scripts, applies the modifications to the most recent version of the requested file in the client's pack files, and writes the result to a data folder. What's especially useful is that DataModder understands XML. You don't have to set up a collection of crazy regular expressions, which would be prone to breaking as well, you have fine-grained control over how you modify an XML file. For example: loadxmlfile('db/itemdb.xml') setattributes('//Mabi_Item[@ID=1000]', 'Text_Name0', 'Just some book') This would load the item db and change the attribute "Text_Name0" of the item with the id 1000 to "Just some book". A simple rule that will work for as long as that item exists. Similarly you can add and remove XML elements, replace files, and more. I haven't worked on this prototype since I first created it, but I still think it's very promising, and I want to continue it some time. GitHub: https://github.com/exectails/DataModder Some quick usage instructions, should you decide to check it out: "Remove mods" restores the pack files to their original state, "Create data folder" deletes the current data folder and creates a new one based on the mod scripts, and "Modify" modifies the pack files to make the client use the ones in the data folder. Finally, "All in one" goes through those three steps in sequence, as a simple one click data update solution.
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