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GRF file saved inside client folder

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Hi anyone I dont know if Im in the right page but can anyone teach me how to save some grf file into client folder?

example:

I already have the client release and in the new update there is like BGM file. How can I patch the BGM file that is in grf file going to BGM folder that is in Client folder.

 

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The best way to do it is to make a separate directory called data and put all of your files in their using the same folder construction/format as your regular RO data folder would use. That will be your input directory, which contains any modifications you are making to your client files. If your server is using a GRF rather than a data folder, make sure you have the RO-GRF option selected below the output and type in the name of your GRF, if you want to patch it to any other folder select FILE instead RO_GRF, and when you click generate it will popup which folder the file to be patched and you can chose it 

if this seems complicated for you, use GRF editor to make thor files which will be easier 

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actually I am using GRF Editor but it seems like when I put the BGM folder inside the new grf when I patched the client teh BGM folder was saved inside the GRF file in Client Folder. How can I transfer the BGM file that is inside the new grf into the BGM inside the Client folder?

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31 minutes ago, neXus said:

actually I am using GRF Editor but it seems like when I put the BGM folder inside the new grf when I patched the client teh BGM folder was saved inside the GRF file in Client Folder. How can I transfer the BGM file that is inside the new grf into the BGM inside the Client folder?

You cannot transfer, 

But you can delete particular file using thor patcher new patch 

In delete file tab, put a list of files you want to delete (eg. data\clientinfo.xml),

then the output you still choose GRF or File, other than that it's same as regular patch

After deleting you can make another patch for your bgm file to bgm folder 

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how can i add a new BGM file to the BGM folder? sorry noob question

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7 minutes ago, neXus said:

how can i add a new BGM file to the BGM folder? sorry noob question

I have already gave you answer for this 

if you want to patch it to any other folder select FILE instead RO_GRF, and when you click generate it will popup which folder the file to be patched and you can chose it 

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thanks @Cyro its working now. Im sorry if I didn't understand what I need to do but with your help I was able to make it. Thanks alot.

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