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Offline chillxdd

Re: [WOE GRF] Nerva.grf Public Release!
« Reply #90 on: Oct 19, 2020, 07:22 pm »
Hi all, sorry for the lack of updates, real life hit me hard.

If you've recently downloaded the GRF and you did not get the Chroma Cursor, I removed it from the GRF because many people are getting Gepard Shield errors from it. This happens because the Chroma Cursor is edited differently (I added more frames and more reference files instead of just editing the existing cursor).

I've attached it to the original post instead, and you can add it to your GRF manually by doing the below steps:

1. Locate /data/sprite/cursors.spr and /data/sprite/cursors.act using GRF Editor
2. Backup your original cursors.spr and cursors.act file by extracting them
3. Replace with the custom cursor files attached in the first post

If ever you get errors, just restore your original cursors file. Thank you!

[WOE] GRF : Nerva GRF

If you want me to make a full custom GRF for your guild, feel free to message me!

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Offline 1kar0s

Re: [WOE GRF] Nerva.grf Public Release!
« Reply #91 on: Nov 12, 2020, 06:30 pm »
So yeah enough lurking for me and I do what must be done.

~ THANKS YOU FOR THIS GRF.  /kis

I was never a fan of other greyworld ground color.
Your blue version is amazing for farming maps, very enjoying it.

Suggestion to add a small warning since towns are not updated (or depends the server you play in?)

Also I would like to know if anyone have suggestions for 100% pure Vendor client with minimal effects in order to reduce CPU/RAM as much as you can.

What to edit or remove?  /wah

Offline Devil~

Re: [WOE GRF] Nerva.grf Public Release!
« Reply #92 on: Nov 16, 2020, 10:01 am »
My safety wall doesn't stay on the ground, it's normal ?  /sob

https://i.imgur.com/6SVN1Ro.png

Offline vinilzord

Re: [WOE GRF] Nerva.grf Public Release!
« Reply #93 on: Nov 18, 2020, 05:14 am »
This is by far the best GRF I have seen. Very well done! And we are very grateful for your sharing  /no1