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Everything posted by smozoma

  1. Boom, I'm in. Gotta practice up on SNES.
  2. NOSE is pretty easy, give it a shot . Download and installation instructions here: (you on WIndows or Mac? it's Windows-only unless you jump through some hoops to get it working on mac) If there's any particular issue using it, just ask
  3. Gotta reach out to Roberto Z and the other guy, from Brazil
  4. I remember way back when when Pearate complained that people were checking his guys after the whistle
  5. It's not about being politically correct. If you go to play some casual game in real life, you don't trash talk guys who aren't into it. Like think about it.. if you go to some kind of walk-in game (say ping pong, whatever), and you start playing a guy, and he says, "I used to come here a lot but I got sick of the braggarts and tryhards, I'm just here to have some fun", what's the point of saying "if you cant handle losing then we dont need you anyway."? That's not banter.
  6. 4 isn't useful... He means when people take it too seriously and aren't friendly, regardless of how good they are. Toxic players and posters who make what should be a game into stressful interactions, drama, pissing contest... Here is a quick guide for Discord chat: There are also installable versions for your computer/phone/tablet if you want to get background notifications. For #1 and #3 unfortunately the low number of SNES players these days problem prevents there from being much of a solution for someone who wants to log on, play his games, then log off. Everyone's busy and has a schedule, gotta be able to compromise. I do think Discord can help a bit in that there is more of a constant chat going on that you can observe passively to see who's around (rather than pinging people on AIM)
  7. why's this in the editing section? moved to "Welcome Rookies" section Although it occurs to me that it's not too clear what the difference between the "Welcome Rookies" and "Getting Started" sections are
  8. Here is the NOSE editor sub forum The one tip you'll need is to go to the Teams list and click the little "free bytes" button, which makes it easier to modify the players.
  9. Are the producers the same for both games? If he spoke with the Sega producers.. of course they'll say he should play that game
  10. If it still doesn't work, please tell us the last step you were doing and describe what you expected to happen that didn't happen.
  11. Yes, "I have decided to also screen Pixelated Heroes at the event as well " From what I gather, it's after the tourney.
  12. Seattle Nordiques
  13. Also, I recommend instead of hockey-reference when it comes to CHL.
  14. I suggest downloading NOSE and creating the teams and rosters. Then once that's done, ask for help learning to do the logos (or sometimes guys will volunteer to do them for you).
  15. Welcome! There are SNES ROMs over in the SNES Downloads area, however I don't see any up-to-date ones. The SNES editing scene isn't very big because the tools for it aren't very good. There are plenty of Genesis ROMs, though. Here's the latest (April 6th)
  16. Start with just the following for your first ROM: Logos/uniforms (uniforms can be done with the NOSE editor, but logos require learning Tile Molester) Full (~20 player) rosters with adequate player ratings (they're the worst teams, with players we've likely never heard of, anyway, so ratings don't need to be all in-depth researched). This can be done using NOSE. Generic player cards (the face pictures.. there are a few reusable generic images you can use). I think EARE can set this up, I forget.. otherwise it takes some manual hex editing. At most the basic hacks (smozROM editor can apply stuff like the weight bug fix, assist bug fix..) Custom splash screens (the startup screens when you first start the game, requires learning Tile Molester) Once you do that, you may find you want to do more and evolve into CoachMac-level editing
  17. I converted to the MK-1653 leading up to the Toronto Ko94 Before that I used a Logitech P880
  18. It's in the works . 32 teams.
  19. "I copied everything from the excel sheet and pasted it into notepad" That's your problem. Don't do that . That removes all the commas and uses tabs instead. Just click Save in excel. It may complain about the file format.. Click Yes. Use the .csv file.
  20. Correct, 0/0 (weak at home/strong away) mostly cancels out the advantages, as shown in the table here: However I do refer to 0/0 as weak/weak in that post, because I'm calling the away modifier the DISadvantage, which is different than how I have them labeled in EARE, which is confusing.
  21. I'm guessing here (because I've never used this, but I know about file formats...): In excel, save as a .csv file. (csv = comma-separated values). Open the file in a plain text editor, such as Notepad and make the necessary changes. Save (same file name) Or, just don't use Excel. Open the file manually in Notepad and make the changes there right from the start.
  22. Use smoothing if the connection is inconsistent (ping varies a lot). Use no smoothing if the ping is consistent/steady. I believe what he was saying about Discord was that if you are using Discord for voice chat, that can cause connection issues, because voice uses a fair bit of bandwidth.
  23. Ahh ok. Yeah, the leagues are against people. You play against someone online, then at the end of the game (3 stars screen) you 'save' the game and upload the file to the website, and the website keeps tracks of wins/losses and other fun stats. Here's an example: standings: player stats:
  24. Can the NES classic play online against people using emulators on their computer? The leagues are online vs leagues, I thought the NES classic couldn't do that, hence my confusion
  25. Sorry to hear