QUOTE(hammy_69 @ Feb 6 2007, 04:38 AM)
Isn't adding files to a disc still impossible?
Anyways, you should PROBABLY take a step back and think about just trying to get a simple .esp working, not a mod with textures, dialog, and meshes involved.
If you remember the Morrowind days, dialog's tended to be broken( i think this was resolved later on?) and textures could be tricky. So, start small my friend, start small.
Nope, we're still working on dialogue. Although, I discovered the problem, and a good theory on how to fix it.
As for now, good luck getting anything other than a few byte swaps working with only a disc. Its not worth your time. Until the 360 has a running homebrew dashboard, I'd say extract the Oblivion files, hex em, and develop apps to work with them easily for when the time comes.
Hey, BTW does Oblivion have a Oblivion.esm.map file? And if so, only on the Xbox360 version or on the PC too? Because I could get to cracking that now like Morrowind.
Oh, and whoever mentioned the DLC. This is the perfect way to add content. Morrowind's system wasn't perfect for adding on content, hence the GOTY, but Oblivion has perfected it. The project should be to crack the encryption on the DLC.