Custom map previews are enabled again!
This gives a great advantage to specialty maps, you can actually make it stand out so players will actually stay and try it out, and also list the required map options in the image
Funky even made a little tool that creates the code, to put in map. A simple drag image on top of the tool and voila,
Create custom image (256x256 pixels max) Drag image on top of CnCNetPreviewGen.exe Download copy code of created file into your map save map, restart cncnet, pick map, click on blue WARNING button, give me your checksum+map name Reply with checksum and map name here, or pm me whatever u want
Then i'll whitelist it!!
Give it to me like this example:
5e5af5ae6491ad645de88ca03e8f636bbf78557b=TowerDefense Rally RACE! Jungle [V2]
@Agrathore @A3H-Hitman @PTapioK @eliteGi @bk57 @Humble plz let other map makers know too, can't think of them all atm, ty.
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I got the complete whatchawhatever from Origin and I'm trying to relive the wonderful days of my introduction to RTS, but it seems as if none of the games are functioning.
For Tiberian Sun, clicking anything in the menu freezes the whole program.
For C&C RA2/YR, the mouse is invisible.
And so on.
Is it really necessary to download third party patches for games that Origin (Electronic Assholes) are charging money for?
You have my thanks and best wishes,
A very long time ago I found a Russian website with a RA1 TC called Third Revolution. It's a stand-alone total conversion with new campaigns and a setting unrelated to the C&C universe -- rather, it tells the story of a post-1991 restoration of the Soviet Union and its struggle against Capitalist adversaries. The author had problems with the black/transparent colour in the palette but otherwise it was pretty solid all-in-all.
Back then I downloaded the Russian version, but later forgot about that TC until recently (had to ask around to remember the title). Anyway, the Russian version of the TC is available from The Red Alert Archive, however the developer's page also lists an English version (thirden.rar) among downloads, as well as a music pack (scores_full.rar). Supposedly, these were hosted at http://ra.afraid.org/thirdrev/, but the Wayback Machine does not have the respective files, and apparently they were at some point removed, for whatever reason.
I was wondering if anyone still has these files archived somewhere? Also, it seems that the TC is based on Aftermath 2.02, would it be possible to upgrade to 3.03 Beta?
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