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Unread 14 November 17, 11:29   #1
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Hello, I downloaded GEditor 0.35, but I think this is a very old version...!!!
It doesn't work well with all .gtr files.
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I can open a .gtr file, but if this file contains a .gmt object and I try to see it I always get the error message:
"GMT 1.00 decoder error: Range check error"
and then:
"Access violation at address 0050507D in module 'GEditor.exe'. Read of address 00000020."
Any idea..?
Thank you.
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Unread 14 November 17, 12:45   #2
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This is perfectly normal.
Geditor is used to add, remove or change files wich are present in the GTR files, it can not open GMT files it can only show you DDS files.

If you want to open GMT files you will need the 3DSimed program.
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Unread 14 November 17, 14:01   #3
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I can open only those .gtr files which contain only .dds objects.
But if I try to open a .gtr file containing .gmt objects I always get the error message:
GMT 1.00 decoder error: Range check error.
And then:
Access violation at address 0050507D in module 'GEditor.exe'. Read of address 00000020
If you want to add or replace .gmt files in the .GTR or .GTL MASFiles and the MASFile has only .gmt files packed in it, add a .TGA or .DDS file to it and save. Only then can you access the .gmt files from within.

I just add a black.dds file to the .GTR or .GTL MASFile, save, and there you have it.
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Unread 14 November 17, 16:03   #4
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OK, thank you.
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Unread 14 November 17, 17:21   #5
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If you want to add or replace .gmt files in the .GTR or .GTL MASFiles and the MASFile has only .gmt files packed in it, add a .TGA or .DDS file to it and save. Only then can you access the .gmt files from within.

I just add a black.dds file to the .GTR or .GTL MASFile, save, and there you have it.
It is not nescecary to add a dds file to the mas file.
When the fault is presented you click on OK
Then a blue GTR icon shows in the bottom of your screen, click it once and your in
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Unread 14 November 17, 23:56   #6
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It is not necessary to add a dds file to the mas file.
It is necessary if you want to erase or export a file mate.

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My mistake your absolutly correct in this one

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Unread 16 November 17, 09:40   #8
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It is not necessary to add a *.dds file in order to be able to export a file. When in the screen shown in post #6 above click on the import button, then cancel in the next screen. This 'unlocks' the export button, so you can export to your heart's content.
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