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NeoMind last won the day on July 17

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  1. You had me interested at "developed in Rust"
  2. Probably not xD Anyways, I am working on development of a new patcher as a successor to the original aka NEMO. Initially, I was planning to just release the source for NEMO but is quite outdated. So I decided to just start off fresh utilizing concepts from the original along with new ideas (Already have some implemented, which I will explain later) Also this time, I will be keeping it open source. I will publish to Github once there is a solid foundation. I am building it using the latest version of Qt (5.15) and utilizing QML for creating the GUI. I want to give it a more modern appearance, however, I am a "novice" on this front. So I am inviting suggestions for the UI from the talented individuals here.
  3. You're still alive?

    It's been a long time since anything was known of you.

  4. The project is already done since long time back and you can enable it in the client with the "Use Custom 3D Mobs" patch in NEMO. If you are facing any issues with the patch, then tell me which client date and what issue you are facing.
  5. that's not a bug. I already noticed that since i used the same palette grf for testing. SecureGRF Encryption increased the byte count per file inside the grf (Compare with the original in case you have doubt). But since its negligible amount we don't notice it usually.
  6. N.E.D. - Neo Express Decryptor (suggestions are open for a better name) What is this? So you might be wondering if this is really what it says in the title and yes it is. The purpose of this tool is plain and simple. If you have a GRF encrypted using SecureGRF and you know the password, you can use this tool to decrypt the GRF to get your original back - comes in handy if you forgot to backup the original. How does it work? Download it. Open it. Enter the path of your encrypted GRF in the Input Grf field and select the Output Grf filename (by default it suffixes "_decrypted.grf" to the input grf name). Enter the Password and click on Decrypt and your done. Note: The tool might take a few minutes if your GRF has a large number of files (but I see SecureGRF also taking similar amount of time to encrypt). Anything else to know? I made this tool in a day because I was looking for something interesting to do. It has worked so far for all the GRFs I have tried it with. So just in case keep a backup. Let me know if you find any bugs. Download Link: NED.rar EDIT: Added Icon
  7. are you sure you set the proper group level for those ids in the server db.
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