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  1. Version 0.2.0.2

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    Stexatlaser (Stex) Stexatlaser (stex-atlaser, a play on 'spectacular'), or simply Stex, is a simple tool for generating a (Klei) TEX format atlas and its key from a simple folder structure with no external dependencies required. It uses an implementation of the MaxRects algorithm to efficiently pack each input element image into a larger atlas image, with as little wasted space as possible. Some empty space is inevitable given that atlases must have power-of-two dimensions. It can also reverse the process and extract element images from an atlas using its key. Usage Stex uses the following syntax scheme: stex <global options> [command] <command options> The order of switches within each options section does not matter. Basic Usage Creating an Atlas To create an atlas/key, start by setting up an input folder with the following structure: .atlas_name |-- element1_name.png |-- element2_name.png |-- element3_name.png |-- ... The available input formats can vary between systems, but most common formats are supported. See All Commands/Options (on GitHub) for more information. As implied by the above, the folder name will be used as the atlas/key name, and the file names (with the extension ".tex", see Additional Information on GitHub) of each image will be used as their respective element names. All sub-folders and other files will be ignored. Then run Stex with the pack command: stex pack -i "X:\Path\To\Input\Directory" -o "X:\Path\To\Output\Directory" When finished, the resultant atlas.tex and key.xml files will be placed in the specified output directory. You can then refer to each element by its name in LUA without concerning yourself where they actually were placed within the atlas. If you want to see the element arrangement, try viewing the output with a TEX viewer. Extracting an Atlas To extract an atlas, run Stex with the unpack command: stex unpack -i "X:\Path\To\Input\key.xml" -o "X:\Path\To\Output\Directory" The key's corresponding atlas, which must be located alongside it, will be read automatically using the name specified within the key. When finished, a subfolder with the name of the atlas will be created within the specified output directory that contains each individual element as a separate image. This results in the same structure used as input when packing an atlas. Example When packed, a folder of images that looks like this: Will produce the files "test.tex" and "test.xml", which will look like: test.tex (in a TEX capable viewer) test.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?> <Atlas> <Texture filename="test.tex"/> <Elements> <Element name="ear-0" u1="0.4375" u2="0.478027" v1="0.329102" v2="0.391113"/> <Element name="ear-0 - Copy" u1="0.472656" u2="0.513184" v1="0.266113" v2="0.328125"/> <Element name="ear-1" u1="0.372559" u2="0.40918" v1="0.941406" v2="0.999512"/> <Element name="ear-1 - Copy" u1="0.372559" u2="0.40918" v1="0.882324" v2="0.94043"/> <Element name="eye-0" u1="0.949707" u2="0.996094" v1="0.622559" v2="0.670898"/> <Element name="eye-0 - Copy" u1="0.413574" u2="0.459961" v1="0.580566" v2="0.628906"/> <Element name="eye-1" u1="0.198242" u2="0.244629" v1="0.173828" v2="0.216309"/> <Element name="eye-1 - Copy" u1="0.245605" u2="0.291992" v1="0.173828" v2="0.216309"/> <Element name="eye-2" u1="0.505859" u2="0.554199" v1="0.831055" v2="0.865723"/> ... (etc) Special Feature Stex has a mechanism for recording if atlases it creates are using pre-multiplied alpha so that it can be handled automatically when unpacking. See GitHub. View on GitHub for more info: https://github.com/oblivioncth/Stexatlaser If you believe you've found a bug, please file an issue there instead of just mentioning it here. Discussion otherwise is fine.
  2. Hello There are 2 awesome house mods for Don't Starve - Wilson_House and Wilson_House_Light. Second one has a fireplace, which first one does not have. So for Don't Starve Together there is only Wilson_House, made by the same respective authors So i have been trying to mod the script (for private world purposes) of the DST house, to add a fireplace. I replaced Wilson_House's atlas texture file in animation folder's zip file with Wilson_House_Light's. Now the script. I have added the fire options in the script, including inst.components.burnable:AddBurnFX("pigtorch_flame",Vector3(-210,10,-00.1), "fire_marker") which i took from the Don't Starve Wilson_House_Light mod's script. After all of this i entered the game and saw i had Wilson_House_Light's texture but no fire. I removed "fire_marker" and got the fire, but when i'm turning the world, the fire changes it's position as the house's texture turns. So i'm guessing that fire_marker was being used to fix it's position against the texture? Recalling that, i wanted to read the anim and build files with the notepad and see if there was anything mentioned about markers. After opening those files i saw that it's bytes have not been written consequently, but as i didn't know which bytes represented integers and which chars i couldn't read it in the end. Then i found the BinaryConverter tool and managed to read those files, but didn't find anything concerning markers. I'm in a dead end and need an advise from more experienced people Thank you in advance.
  3. Hey all, Sorry to have multiple posts on the front page, this is the first mod I've made and I've got lots of questions for lots of problems. The problem I'm having is adding a custom weapon (specifically, a spear) to a custom character that was working fine before I began coding in the spear. Anyways, in my other post I was having trouble with the inventory images not being located. I think I managed to fix that, because now I can login to the main menu with my custom character enabled, and start up a game and choose said character without a hitch. But as soon as the world begins to load, within seconds after choosing my character, I get a crash. The log, which I will attack below, gives me the error that it "could not find region "FROMNUM" from atlas "FROMNUM" it asks if the region is specified in that atlas. Well, I don't even know where a "Fromnum" atlas would be, I can't find it in any of the mod folders or anything (probably really stupid of me to be looking for this but oh well). I tried re-creating the atlas-0 and build.bin for the spear in the Anim folder, but to no success. I am at the end of my rope with this and could really use a more experienced pair of eyes to check my code. As said, this is my very first mod in LUA. It makes me feel really stupid because I've coded mods for minecraft in java before, although that has its place in a different forum. If ANYONE has any clue what I'm doing wrong here, and can point that out to me so I can get an idea of what to do better next time, that would be fantastic. Below I am attaching the modmain.lua, the prefab file for the spear, and the error log from the documents folder of my computer (Documents/klei/donotstarvetogether/) log.txt modmain.lua globestaff_aristotlemeans.lua