Hmmmm... that's weird. You might have your offset off. If it isn't, then I really don't know. If that happened to me I'd probably just reinsert the track and make sure I didn't screw something up.
To be honest, sometimes I mess up on the repeat because I change a 0x1B byte rather than a 0xB1 byte. Ugh, I honestly don't know. I'd go through everything and make sure it all lines up, that's all I'd say.
yup in ruby its possible
but im just hacking fr so...
lof is going slow, i got no time for hacking
i return from school at 4pm and then i usually hang out with my gf
since im sick atm, i have some time to work on my tut cause i dont have to go to the school :p
maybe in the holidays ill have some time
Dude, I wouldn't worry about space. Even in Emerald, there's a ton of space for new songs.
Anyways, what you want to do is at the end of a song, place a 0xB2 byte, followed by your offset, then end it with a 0xB1. If you want to jump to another part of a song (like if you have an intro to a song, like a battle theme), use a 0xB3 byte followed by your offset. I'm not sure if you need the 0xB1 but put it in there to be safe. BTW, 0xB1 is the stop command.
Ah, sorry for not replying earlier... I forgot Anyway, the problem lies in the variable offset, the one with variable return or something. Uhm, BTW. I'm glad you liked it, I'm waiting for thethethethe for lesson 3 so look out for that
Edit: BTW, I forgot to mention that ruby's variables never go upto 0x7000, maybe 0x6000 but I'm not too sure. But, I know 0x5000s is your best bet
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