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Conversation Between pichu2000 and mewthree9000
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  1. pichu2000
    May 2nd, 2010 12:11 AM
    pichu2000
    I can't find the 3ds2ds plugin. But after edit you can reinsert into ds rom?

  2. mewthree9000
    May 1st, 2010 03:08 PM
    mewthree9000
    I used NitroExplorer2b, NSBMD, 3dvia printscreen, 3ds max 9, 3ds max 3dxml import plug-in, and 3ds max 3ds2nds plug-in.

  3. pichu2000
    May 1st, 2010 03:03 AM
    pichu2000
    Hi i see your post about rom hacking noobs. I agree with you, because when i released my dpp hex editing tutorial, only one or two people decided to help me(scv and lather alpha). All the other people tell me that it's good tutorial, etc but that it's too complicated and other noobs thing. If i don't start research onto dpp, maybe tools like ppre don't exist, and we continued to hack trophy garden pokemon. It's a bad situation, but we must accept. I remember the time when you released poketronic, and now i feel like you during that period. Five men and a lot of children that expect tools.
    But now tell me a thing about hacking. Where do you find 3dsmax nsbmd plugin? Or you use Ogle rip?


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