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Posted on 12-20-15, 10:43 pm in The Introductions Thread
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Hi, I'm Maorninja322. I got here by RVLution. I know alot about NSMBW hacking.
Posted on 10-02-16, 05:37 pm in Untitled NSMBWii/NSMBU Project
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As for certain stuff that was nerSMW specific, like custom world maps, you should just wait for Newer U to release their tools (specifically, their world map engine)
You do realise that they are doing a 3D world engiene, right?

It isn't like Newer SMBW
Posted on 10-05-16, 02:26 am in So...why is RHCafé's source closed source? (rev. 1 by MaorNinja322 on 10-21-16, 04:34 pm)
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I agree with what you said.

NOW RELEASE THE SOURCE!!!!

Seriously speaking though, I found some bugs with the EspressoBoard/Blargboard/ABXD/whatever themes. I'll make a thread, though.


Posted on 10-05-16, 02:49 am in So I heard it'll come out for 3DS
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Well, I actually would want a 3DS SMM.

What we can do for the "no share levels" can be done with a save editor.

Basically, I don't know for sure but this is how maybe the saving will work:

There will be your main save IE: how much times you played a level, etc...

For the actual levels you make, it'll be in the saves instead of externally. IE: level1.(sarc/arc?), etc...

or the levels you make could be also be outside the save, like the Nintendo levels shipped with.

If its in the saves, it can actually be rather easy to share levels.

Extract the save, upload the level somewhere, and you're done.
Posted on 10-05-16, 09:14 pm in Red Hat's Dining Cafe
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Well, if Kiwi is broken, why do you use it on the IRC page?
Posted on 10-14-16, 02:05 am in Dear SnakeBlock
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Isn't that a GPS?
Posted on 10-14-16, 02:06 am in Dear SnakeBlock
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What I mean't is, who is "TomTom" that MrRean is talking about.
Posted on 10-14-16, 04:18 pm in Dear SnakeBlock
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Yikes.

Thats, harsh.

I understand you, though. You don't want stuff public.

I'm working with a user called Explos on a big NSMB2 mod. When we heard this, we banned him.
Posted on 10-14-16, 07:34 pm in Red Hat's Dining Cafe
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Guess why I +1'd your post?
Posted on 10-14-16, 07:40 pm in Oops...
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Nice job spoiling the joke.

In other words, if the item shop releases, will the star coins be put to use?
Posted on 10-16-16, 05:45 am in Red Hat's Dining Cafe (rev. 2 by MaorNinja322 on 10-16-16, 05:51 am)
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(Disclaimer: A Big NSMB2 Mod is team T-Shirts)
(Disclaimer: We are better)
(Disclaimer: Hats are as ridiculous as this. Hats won't cover your important parts of your body. Its not normal to go without a T-Shirt on a street. Its normal, however, to be without a hat, though.)
Posted on 10-22-16, 12:22 am in Polls. Why they're an issue on debating.
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Thus, the poll in this thread has no reason to be, since it implied that the feature would be mandatory for all polls.


As discussed in IRC, this is a possible way to do it:

1) Anonymous poll. Basically what we have now, people do whatever the fuck they want.

2) Important poll. Votes associated to posts. Vote can be submitted when posting, or when editing the last post that has an associated vote. Submitting a new vote invalidates the previous ones, they can no longer be changed (no point). For each post that has a vote associated, vote is displayed, display different depending on whether the vote counts.

It could also be implemented with the current system, and only keeping track of the post the vote was submitted with. Old votes would be lost. I figured it'd be nice to retain them, to keep track of things like users changing opinions. But this way is simpler to implement.


My naming for the options probably sucks.

What I would do.
Posted on 12-01-16, 01:50 am in Red Hat's Dining Cafe
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Uh-oh.

Guys, I'm not 17 not. I'm 21 now. Thanks for telling me, though. I need to remember to change it.
Posted on 12-01-16, 01:52 am in Red Hat's Dining Cafe
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Yeah, I am. Is there a problem with that?
Posted on 12-27-16, 10:34 pm in On Behalf of All the Staff On The Red Hat Café...
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This is late, but thanks, shibboleet.

I hope next year, I'll start on the right foot.
Posted on 12-27-16, 11:00 pm, deleted by Grop: Speculations don't help anyone
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Posted on 01-02-17, 08:24 pm in Registering while logged in?
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Pretty sure someone asked why that link isn't hidden when you login it'd be too much effort for a stupid reason to remove.
Tums did it here: The register link on the home screen
Posted on 01-02-17, 09:55 pm, deleted by shibboleet: sigh
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Posted on 01-04-17, 01:10 am in Red Hat's Dining Cafe
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Well, I got a new layout, its based off the one from JDignam but people reported that it was confusing so I changed it a bit. Is having this type of layout good?

Also, I would have ported the one from K64 here but I don't actually have the code anymore.
Posted on 01-05-17, 02:08 am in Red Hat's Dining Cafe
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PM'd him the code.
Thanks. I like this layout better and using it right now.

He probably just used a CSS generator,
no.

So really, it just looks like you just took a basic layout and just changed the colors here and there.
Yep.

aka: when people make layouts while they don't know shit about a) HTML/CSS and b) aesthetics
I know html and css. Also, why do you think I posted it here?
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