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26th January, 2008 at 00:09:58 -

Does cncs32.dll or other tgf dll have to be registered or can they just be tossed into system32 to make a game work?

 
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26th January, 2008 at 01:05:52 -

They can be in the same directory as the exe or in the WINDOWS directory (not system32 AFAIK)

 
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26th January, 2008 at 04:01:16 -

No Benny, you're wrong again!
It's either with the EXE or the system32 folder (or just system in DOS based Windows (95, 98, ME))

 
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Omg srsly? It's been too long since I've had to find it...

 
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26th January, 2008 at 10:02:46 -

If I remember correctly,
cncs32.dll for TGF must be placed in the system32 folder. I don't remember it working when it's in the game folder.
It was cncs232.dll for MMF 1.5 that needed to be in the game folder or the system32 folder.

 
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26th January, 2008 at 15:36:31 -

Well I was trying to write an installer for a game, but I got an error whenever I tried to register cncs32.dll and cncs.dll with it. So kinda figured (and kinda hoped for the sake of my installer) that all you have to do is put it in system32.

 
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26th January, 2008 at 16:09:03 -

Why do you create an installer? They suck...

 
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26th January, 2008 at 18:55:57 -

Not all of them. It depends on a few things.

 
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26th January, 2008 at 18:57:39 -

If it's a little 5-30 minute game, it sucks to use installers... and thats how most Click games are. I think that sums it up well enough.

 
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27th January, 2008 at 07:31:26 -


Originally Posted by Hernan
If I remember correctly,
cncs32.dll for TGF must be placed in the system32 folder. I don't remember it working when it's in the game folder.


It will work. I'm 100% sure about that.

 
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27th January, 2008 at 08:22:59 -

you don't need to register the dll, a simple copy into the system32 folder and all will work correctly

 
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30th January, 2008 at 12:56:32 -


Originally Posted by DaVince [Ectoprods]

Originally Posted by Hernan
If I remember correctly,
cncs32.dll for TGF must be placed in the system32 folder. I don't remember it working when it's in the game folder.


It will work. I'm 100% sure about that.


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30th January, 2008 at 13:17:21 -


Originally Posted by -Its Slínk!-

Originally Posted by DaVince [Ectoprods]

Originally Posted by Hernan
If I remember correctly,
cncs32.dll for TGF must be placed in the system32 folder. I don't remember it working when it's in the game folder.


It will work. I'm 100% sure about that.


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Oh, it does work. Hmmm, must've been something else I remembered

 
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30th January, 2008 at 16:23:36 -

This is why I love TGF/MMF 2. When you give your games to computer illiterate people, the supporting file may confuse them. But in MMF 2, you can have everything in one nice, friendly .exe

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31st January, 2008 at 04:42:27 -

If the supporting file confuses them, what would they do with all the programs that have like 1000 external files?

 
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