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  1. anonymousJS

    MojiQue English Translation (Demo)

    I would recommend exiting and reentering the area you saved in if you want to be certain that area is up to date. Technical explanation: In short, this is because save files save a copy of the map they are in. When loading from a save, the game will use this copy over what's in the game files. Map transitions load the map from the game files. Thus, exiting then reentering the map by a map transition will make the game use the correct version of the map.
  2. Is it really resurrected tho?
  3. anonymousJS

    Mojikue v1.4 (full release)

    Cheat sheet made. Feel free to share this with your friends
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    RPG Maker Help Guide

    This guide is not a complete guide and only covers the most common issues encountered when trying to play RPG Maker games. For simplicity, this guide assumes you are using Windows and the only locales are “English” and “Japanese”. Versions covered: XP, VX, VX Ace Diagnosis 1. Does the game window load? a. If yes, see “Wrong locale – Game.exe” b. If no, continue 2. Does the error message refer to a Japanese filename (see Figs. 1 & 2)? a. If yes, see “Wrong locale – File extraction” b. If no or not sure, continue 3. See “RTP not installed” a. If your issue is not resolved, continue 4. In the game directory, open the “Graphics” and/or “Audio” folders 5. Are any the filenames in those folders unintelligible or appear corrupted (see Fig. 3)? a. If yes, see “Wrong locale – File extraction” b. If no, contact someone Figure 1 – English filename dialogue Figure 2 – Japanese filename dialogue Figure 3 – Corrupt filenames in folder Issues Wrong locale – Game.exe This occurs when the game doesn’t agree with the locale for whatever reason (I’m still working it out) Solution 1: Recommended for users who don’t intend to switch locales frequently 1. See “Change system locale” 2. Run Game.exe Solution 2: Recommended for most users 1. Install Locale Emulator 2. Right click on Game.exe 3. Click “Locale Emulator” > “Run in Japanese” Wrong locale – File extraction This occurs because ZIP files created in Windows frequently use the creator’s locale and Windows forces extraction tools to use your locale. When these locales are different, the list of filenames cannot be read properly. Solution 1: Recommended for users who are not tech-savvy or don’t intend to switch locales frequently 1. See “Change system locale” 2. Use file extractor to extract ZIP file Solution 2: Recommended for advanced users 1. See this post RTP not installed The RTP is a resource pack that contains many common and default assets used by RPG Maker games. This is not included in most game downloads in order to decrease file size. Solution: 1. Go to this site 2. Select the version of RPG Maker used for the game 3. Download and install Appendix Change system locale 1. Open Control Panel 2. Navigate to “Clock and Region” > “Region” 3. Select the “Administrative” tab 4. Under “Language for non-Unicode programs”, click “🛡Change system locale…” (see Fig. 4) 5. Say “yes” to the admin pop-up 6. Select “Japanese (Japan)” from the drop-down menu 7. Click “OK” 8. Restart your computer Figure 4 – Region settings, Administrative tab
  5. anonymousJS

    Mojikue v1.4 (full release)

    My apologies. It seems as though I misdiagnosed your issue (all the more reason I need to make a cheat sheet). You need to download and install the RPG Maker XP RTP. You can download it from here. Make sure to select "RPG Maker XP" before hitting download. You won't need any special procedure for extracting and installing this.
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    Mojikue v1.4 (full release)

    MONSTER POST WARNING!!! I really need to make a cheat-sheet for this. I recreated your error message and it only occurred in one scenario for me: extracting and running the game using the wrong locale for both. You'll need to use the Japanese locale to run the game after successful extraction for... reasons I don't fully understand. Extracting the files using the Japanese locale is essential because otherwise the filenames get garbled: To change your system locale to Japanese: Open control panel Clock and Region > Region Select the administrative tab In the box labeled "Language for non-Unicode programs", click the button with the shield that says "Change system locale..." Say yes to the admin prompt Click the drop-down menu and press "J" Select "Japanese (Japan)" Hit OK Restart when prompted Extract the game Your game folder should look like this if you were successful: Run the game To emulate a Japanese locale for file extractors: Follow these instructions. If you feel bold you may try using a different file extractor with this. Your game folder should look like this if you were successful: To emulate a Japanese locale for the game itself: Using Locale Emulator normally should work
  7. anonymousJS

    Mojikue v1.4 (full release)

    There are 2 options, change your system locale BEFORE extracting the game from the zip file or emulate the locale change. Emulating the locale is easy enough for the game but unzipping requires some fiddling. I happen to have written a post explaining how to do just that here.
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    New way of unzipping Japanese zip files

    Yeah, Windows likes to fight you sometimes. My best guess (pure speculation) is that the default zip library only obeys the registry heedless of how the file is encoded or if the caller wishes to specify an encoding.
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    Make em pee

    To the safety of the bladder cult
  11. anonymousJS

    NoMaKo: An Omorashi Tale

    I've looked into how RPG Maker creates save files. It basically takes a snapshot of 90% of the game's internal state including the entirety of the map you're currently on.
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    New way of unzipping Japanese zip files

    Unicode is not required (or seemingly used by default) for ZIP files. I tested this in Windows and mounted my testing setup briefly to Linux to verify a problem someone was asking about. On both systems, the names of extracted Japanese files were garbled when extracted normally and appeared in Japanese when extracted as such. Windows just makes extracting in Japanese much harder somehow. In Linux, the fix turned out to be unzip -O shift-jis. On Windows, even the CLI of 7-Zip is limited in what character encodings it can use for console output and list input and is unable to control the encoding used to unzip a file. The only officially supported way of changing the locale used to unzip files is to change the "Language for non-Unicode programs" aka the system locale. Since this is a system value, changing it requires a restart of the system and Administrator privileges which is a pain if you don't want to stick with the Japanese locale which has some mildly irritating side effects for English users.
  13. I've recently discovered a new way to unzip zipped files that contain Japanese filenames that doesn't require changing the system locale and can optionally forego needing admin privileges. This method uses two programs, Locale Emulator by xupefei and 7-Zip. Both programs can be easily found on Google. This method only works with the 32-bit x86 version of 7-Zip and has only been tested with version 2.4.0.0 of Locale Emulator. Install Locale Emulator Install the 32-bit x86 version of 7-Zip. See alternate instructions if you lack administrative privileges. In C:\Program Files (x86)\7-Zip, delete the Lang folder Right click on 7zFM.exe Select Locale Emulator > Run in Japanese. 7-Zip's file browser should appear in English. Navigate to the file you wish to extract and extract normally Alternate instructions for unprivileged users Install Locale Emulator Download 7-Zip Portable from PortableApps.com Run the executable and select a suitable folder for the pseudo-installation In that folder, go to Apps\7-Zip and delete the Lang folder Continue from step 4 of the normal instructions (Optional) Make a shortcut Make a shortcut for LEProc.exe located in Locale Emulator's installation folder Copy the full path to 7zFM.exe Right click on the shortcut created in step 1 and open Properties In the Target field, add a space at the end before pasting the path to 7zFM.exe (Optional) Change the icon Click Change Icon... Say Ok to the warning prompt Clear out the text field at the top and paste the path to 7zFM.exe Click outside of the text field to update the available icons Select an icon Please let me know if you find this useful and if you have any problems getting this to work.
  14. anonymousJS

    Mojikue v1.4 (full release)

    Found this on Ask Ubuntu. Try `unzip -O shift-jis` on the file.
  15. anonymousJS

    Mojikue v1.4 (full release)

    @rangatan To extract the zip file properly, the program doing the unzipping needs to be using the Japanese locale for non-Unicode programs. On Windows 10 open Settings > Time & Language > Language and click "Administrative language settings" on the right sidebar. Then click "Change system locale", answer yes to the admin prompt, and select "Japanese" from the drop-down menu. You will be asked to restart your system for the changes to take effect. Once you've unzipped the file, you can change the locale back by following the same steps but choosing "English" instead. Alternatively, I've very recently discovered a way to do this without bothering the system settings. I literally just figured out the bare minimum of what you need to get this to work not even 5 minutes ago so please tell me if it works for you as well. Install Locale Emulator 2.4.0.0 or higher. You can download from here. Obtain a 32-bit copy of 7-zip. There are two ways of doing this: installing the 32-bit x86 version of 7-zip (IDK if it will mess up existing installs yet) or install 7-ZipPortable from PortableApps.com. If you used the regular install, go to C:\Program Files (x86)\7-Zip\. If you used the PortableApps version, go to (installation folder)\App\7-Zip\. Delete the Lang folder. This will prevent it from displaying all of the menus in Japanese. Select 7zFM.exe and right click. Hover over "Locale Emulator" and select "Run in Japanese" Extract your file using the interface. Please tell me how that works for you.