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#1 t1x2irc2

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Posted 20 December 2005 - 12:13 AM

i've been working on a dos batch script that would add transforms based on a directory of xms ...easy shit


The user would still have to create the xap using the batch and then ftp to xbox.
(this is what i would like to eliminate)


i guess what i'm asking is if this is possible

1.) can a xap be accessed outside an archive (xip)?

2.) if #1 is true can the xap be written to and read from like an ini can?

i hope i'm on the right track but just not seeing the big picture

thanx in advanced


#2 Speil

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Posted 20 December 2005 - 03:30 AM

ok so what exactly are you trying to accomplish?

#3 t1x2irc2

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Posted 20 December 2005 - 04:36 AM

too become ruler !!


i thought my last post was pretty strait forword

but ok


i want to write a script and was wondering if a .xap file can be called upon without it being in a .xip achive?

and

if so can the defs and transforms be changed based on the users actions

example:
change this, scale these, rotate that, speed up this, move that, ect.
(then save all this to a xap that can later be used after restart)





#4 Odb718

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Posted 20 December 2005 - 03:07 PM

1. No
2. No

What your talking about doing in the example has been done. Except the part of writing to the xap.
You can have a read out on screen of translation, rotation, and scale. You write down, or use note pad and take down the info and change it yourself.

You could have it write all the info into an ini/xbx file, but I doubt you could get it to write properly to the xap in question.

#5 t1x2irc2

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Posted 20 December 2005 - 10:39 PM

well i kind of figured ...oh well

i just don't understand what you mean by :

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You can have a read out on screen of translation, rotation, and scale.


like an info panel for each xm or something?

i guess i don't follow





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