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Cherry Tree Cherry Tree RPG Maker tools and other projects News Articles CheBot III Projects Download FAQ About Contribute! Do you like my website or my software? Then please contribute by making a small donation! Language English Deutsch Cherry Tree Network CherryShare EyeOS MyCrossSoft Games Open Game Studio RAD Software RPG Dreamland RPGA.info School Portal (German!) VGSound Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org How to export and import all your WiFi profiles 2016/12/14 Cherry Switching to a new computer, I had to export my WiFi profiles (network and passwords) and import them again on the new computer. After googling a bit and some trial and error, this turned out to be the way to go: Start an elevated command prompt on the old computer, create an empty folder somewhere and navigate to it. Then, run this command: netsh wlan export profile This will create a number of XML files in the current directory, one file for each WLAN profile. You can copy the folder over to your new computer now. On the new computer, open an elevated command prompt as well, and navigate to the folder with all those XML files you copied over. Then, run this command: forfiles /c "netsh netsh wlan add profile filename=\"\""@file\"\""" Note that the double “netsh” is no mistake, it is needed due to a bug in the forfiles program which will not pass the initial “netsh” as part of the command line to the netsh program itself, resulting in a Problem where it ignores the “wlan” argument instead. And the crazy quoting is required so that instead of each \”\”", a single doublequote is passed to netsh… This will import all your WLAN profiles again. You can delete the folder with the XML files now. That’s it! No Comments ? Interview by MyBoxedUniverse 2015/09/30 Cherry Archeia and I recently got interviewed for a blog! There you go! No Comments ? Official RM2k3 non-Steam version available now 2015/05/21 Cherry The official RM2k3 is now also available directly on RMW: Click No Comments ? RM2k3 v1.10a 2015/04/30 Cherry Okay guys, the first RM2k3 update is out, v1.10a! It’s only a “quick fix” release, addressing the most pressing issues. Some of these fixes will later be improved once more (such as the fullscreen and the installer). Details: http://steamcommunity.com/games/362870#announcements/detail/164722901753211419 Also, I talked with Degica about the patching/modding issue, and there will be modifications to the EULA, and a special “patch EULA” will be created soon. I can’t go into details yet, but I think you are going to like it. No Comments ? First official English RM2k3 version is out! 2015/04/24 Cherry It actually happened! Degica has now, by order of KADOKAWA GAMES/Enterbrain and in cooperation with me, finally released an official English version of RPG Maker 2003 on Steam. At this point I would like to give a big thanks to Archeia who put a lot of sweat and blood into this translation as well. Link on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/362870/ Price: $19.99, currently $16.99 It should also be available on rpgmakerweb directly. This finally officially allows creating commercial games with RPG Maker 2003 (after a registration). Fortunately, the license also doesn’t have any clause preventing modifications, e.g. through the use of patches. However, the reverse engineering itself is still prohibited. EDIT: This may be incorrect. Please wait for an official statement and remember that I do not represent any of the companies involved. There is also an official English RTP. Although it has the same content as the existing inofficial one, it has different filenames; but no worries, you can have both RTPs installed alongside each other. This version is 1.10, which has been a bit tweaked and tuned by us: * The fullscreen work properly, also on newer devices. * The event editor was changed a lot: ** Its look and labels have been aligned with RMVXA – with colors and partly more information in the list than previously. ** It has a horizontal scrollbar, can copy events as text and loads large events faster. ** It’s possible to copy event all commands between battle events and map/common events (although it will show a warning, because they still can’t be modified while being in the “wrong” place). * The help file now also works on Windows Vista/7/8. * Maps can’t get lost that easily anymore when a PC Cleaner is used. * Multiple instances can be opened at the same time, and you can create direct shortcuts to projects in Windows Explorer. * Battles go faster. * You have 1000 pictures, 100 labels and 9999 switches/variables/etc. * Picture commands also work while a message is displayed. * The fonts are now directly integrated into the engine and don’t need to be installed by the player. A full changelog is available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sXlXZIXdjxVq5gh_lPFuFLMbMRzZe4BKPpRI13ZD2Qc/edit?usp=sharing Unfortunately the source code was lost over time. Therefore, it was a bit difficult to implement the real “killer features”. Also, I originally planned to include all the bugfixes from DynRPG as well, and I wanted to integrate the CommonThisEventPatch, but there was not enough time. There will be updates, though. Best wishes, Cherry PS: Screenshot of the event editor: No Comments ? FAQ updated 2012/12/10 Cherry The FAQ page was very out-of-date and was now updated! No Comments ? How to fix: Explorer and/or CMD not working 2012/12/10 Cherry Recently, I noticed the following problem on my Windows 8 computer (although I believe it can happen with other versions of Windows as well, at least Windows 7): Clicking on the explorer icon in the taskbar with no folder window being open had no effect. Right-clicking the explorer icon in the taskbar and choosing “Explorer” to start a new instance, or even trying to run explorer.exe manually (e.g. from the “Run” window) resulted in the following message: “This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action.” Trying to open a CMD window from a folder window using the menu item “Open Command Prompt Here” in the Explorer ribbon failed with the same message, although opening cmd.exe manually worked fine. My first thought (and also the first Google search) told me that maybe the file association for “.exe” files got lost. This is another very confusing issue, but in this case it was probably not the problem because starting other programs like notepad.exe worked fine. There was no solution to be found on the internet, other than the suggestion to reinstall Windows. After a bit of debugging, it turned out that Windows uses special file association verbs for opening a new explorer window for no particular folder as well as opening the command prompt from a folder window. You can find them in your registry at HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Folder\shell\opennewwindow and HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\cmd, respectively. If you cannot find them, that’s the problem. Okay, if you didn’t understand the last paragraph, that’s no problem....

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