Version 2.08/1.45 of JkEdit contain some new features:
Version 2.08/1.45 of JkEdit contains a few bug fixes:
- The Create Elevator function has been improved
- Improved test mode (Scroll Lock) of the Perspective View
- Sometimes the collision detection algorithm would fail
- Small white dots could be noticed at corners and edges
- The Error dialog did not repaired cog files correctly
Class Creator:If any of these sound like they'll help you, go check out their pages.
Class Creator lets you easily create new MP classes for Mysteries of the Sith. It has a very easy to use graphical user interface, so creating new classes is a breeze.
ModMaker consists of several programs that will make your editing easier: CogEd is a program that eases the process of creating new cogs. Some of the features currently implemented in CogED is a list of all the cog functions, a function parameter listing, find/replace & match brace commands, and the CogWizard. JKStringsEd is a program that lets you easily edit the values of jkstrings.uni This allows you to change the text present throughout JK or MotS. ModelsDatEd lets you edit which 3do and snd files to make available for your classes.
We have decided that on May 21st only the A New Hope levels will be released. Three weeks after that, The Empire Strikes Back will come out, and three weeks after that, Return of the Jedi. The exact dates are June 11 for ESB and July 2 for RotJ.
I am happy to annouce @Eł (yes that's the name), the official Outpost D-34 Eł webpage. So far, there's not much there, but that's because it hasn't started yet! D'oh! As you know, BrianL and I will be attending next week's expo. Expect lots of pictures and interviews.There you have it! He's going, lucky him. Man, this E3 is going to be big, and not just because of all the cool Valve/Sierra stuff there. (I like Half-Life, and it's mods, and Team Fortress, and... you get the point. Lotta stuff there, if any of you Malastarian Temple reader want to send reports back, just do it! Note that I do not plan on changing the name anytime soon. This is simply a joke that will continue unitl everyone is sick of it. Haha!
I put in a new poll to coincide with next week's conferrence. 'What non Star Wars game would you most like to see Eł info on?' I will follow the results of the poll, so vote.
Anyway, the URL to that preview is http://www.sharkyextreme.com/games/glimpses/la/e1_tpm/
I might also remind you that TPM will be out to the public in exactly 2 weeks. That's rigth kiddies, 14 days. If you take a lot of sleeping pills, it'll go faster, right? (Actually, if you did that, you'd become a candadite for the Darwin Awards
I admit it -- I love Dave Barry. I have read every book that he has put out (emited, I should say). I have laughed at (almost) all his jokes. Now, I also love Star Wars. Combine the two, and you have... Dave Barry's latest column! Also, be sure to read the rest of Dave Barry's columns online, available right here.
Looking to continue riding the latest wave of Star Wars hype, Apple Computer said today that four new TV commercials are available only with its popular QuickTime multimedia technology.
The new trailers, set to air today, portray various characters from Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace and are expected to generate huge interest online and off. In addition to the commercials, Apple will make available on its site a music video from Sony that contains cuts from the film's soundtrack.
Bah. I'm downloading as we speak, if you're not looking for this stuff, don't follow this link to the site. (If you do get it, you should get QuickTime 4.0 from ftp://pc02im.wiwi.uni-marburg.de/WWW/PLUGIN/QuickTimeInstaller.exe instead of from apple, since they have an anal downloading system.)
John Williams' new "Phantom Menace" score thunders with the same pitch-perfect heroism that marked his earlier work for the "Star Wars" series. Once again Williams (with the London Symphony Orchestra) links the spirit of previous "Star Wars" soundtracks to a refined anthem that echoes the movie's mythological saga.Be sure to Pick it Up if you're interested.
Like the prequel which recounts the story of Anakin Skywalker, who becomes Darth Vader, Williams' score takes its listener back to an earlier era, like a pre-industrial hymn. Along the way, Williams refits previous Star Wars themes, so the dedicated enthusiast will hear small reminders of old tunes accompanying the new.
"Anakin's Theme" for instance, embodies a sweet and gentle sampling of the familiar "Imperial March." Track 11's underlying theme, "Kids at Play" requires a skilled ear to recall a young "Star Wars" Luke Skywalker looking off into the distance, staring at the setting suns of his home planet, embracing his destiny, and yearning to find his place in the galaxy.
The Clan World League is proud to announce New Leagues in the following games: Jedi Knight Sabers, Star Craft, Rainbow 6, Quake 2, Half Life, and Starseige Tribes. The League consists of 12 weeks plus play-offs. Each league had individual rules as well as general rules to be followed. Please read them thoroughly before signing up. In addition to leagues the Clan World Ladder is getting huge. Don't miss your chance to get a great rank. Sign up and play on team and single player ladders. These ladders are not restricted to clans only. And our databases are backed up daily!! Any Questions or comments email me. Thanks!