- Jan 18, 2010
How do I use these variables on my Pandora?/data really means in the /-root ... This is for embedded systems.
You can use environment variables instead as mentioned in the wiki:
RPG2K_RTP_PATH: For the RPG2000 RTP
RPG2K3_RTP_PATH: For the RPG2003 RTP
In my opinion Vampires Dawn is not a good game (anymore). It didn't age well. Everybody only loves this because it is his childhood ^^. VD is just a grind fest. Unterwegs in Düsterburg is of the same age and muuuch better.
That would definitely make things a lot easierMay be I should create a rpg2k and rpg2k3 folder in appdata/easyrpgplay and point those 2 variable to it, to make things easier?
Well we have a Wiki but the game list is basicly almost empty and useless because you never get user reports when a game was finished successful.Is there experience yet of how well it performs in EasyRPG? Is it finishable? Which reminds me.. Is there a wiki somewhere that indicate how well games are supported?
Thanks! It works great. For everybody else confused about the RTPs, they are often not put on webpages because of copyright issues, but can still be found with Google. Look out for RTPe.zip which is the Rtp2k, also download RTP 2000 1.32 which are additional files that some games might use (add these files within the Rtp2k folder!) + RTP2k3. Feel free to message me for more help. Also, one thing I noticed, is that while copying game files from a Windows system to the SD card, it may override Umlaute (ö ä ü ß) with unknown characters, leading to the game not being able to locate the files. I now renamed these files right on my pandora, for example HauptmenX.png to Hauptmenü.png etc., then it works.Ok, on the repo is an updated pnd, featuring a slightly updated build and some helpers for the rtp packages. Launch it 1 time and 2 new folder will be created appdata/easyrpgplayer/rtp2k and appdata/easyrpgplayer/rtp2k3
Put the rtp files inside and they should be used automatically now (I haven't tested).
- Updated sources
- Put rtp2000 files inside appdata/easyprgplayer/rtp2k if you have the package
- Put rtp2003 files inside appdata/easyprgplayer/rtp2k3 if you have the package
I don't think this will really help because we don't have many visitors. We don't collect statistics but the amount of visitors is low. Our biggest thing is probably the Android version, but they don't know/care that we also have support for other platforms.@Ghabry thanks for the info! Its too bad about the compatibility list. Maybe more people would contribute to it if it would be easily accessible through the main site https://easy-rpg.org/ , e.g. besides "Blog" etc. "Compatbility List". Right now, it seems quite hidden for the average user, so perhapy increased visibility might result in more contribution.
We simulate the RPG_RT behaviour, must be a design flaw in the game.One last thing: Even on max brightness, EasyRPG can be quite dark, for example in Dreamland R I end up having to tilt my pandora sometimes to see more clearly what's going on. Would it be possible to increase brightness further somehow?