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Joined: Jun 5 2011, 7:39 pm
Last Active: May 22 2017, 12:22 am
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Display Name: Templarfreak

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[12:48 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- with remaster you can switch between HD and SD graphics by pressing F5
[12:48 am]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- ya, they're basically just skins
[12:45 am]
Ultraviolet -- Yeah I think so too, that's why you can have people playing free version SC, or SC:R or SC Carbot all in same game
[12:29 am]
ProtoTank -- I agree, I think that SC:R is actually just a skin on top of everything
[11:56 pm]
Ultraviolet -- I believe if you're playing a version of SCBW that is compatible with Battle.net, it will apply to you either way, but I'm not certain of that.
[11:05 pm]
ProtoTank -- unless it doesn't matter
[11:05 pm]
ProtoTank -- I actually don't have SCR installed
[10:52 pm]
Ultraviolet -- Sure thing. Another tidbit, if you're interested in using EUD Editor 2, you need to download a copy of SCBW version 1.16.1 and link EUD Editor 2 up to the StarDat.mpq BrooDat.mpq and patch_rt.mpq from that copy since Blizzard recently decided to get rid of those mpqs from the current version of SC:R
[10:04 pm]
ProtoTank -- I'm sure that's old news, but thanks for sharing
[05:53 pm]
Ultraviolet -- It's definitely not quite as expansive in possibility as modding, but it kind of feels like a hybrid of modding and mapping while retaining the ability to play on Battle.net.
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