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HyperSpin 1.5.1 Public Release


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1 hour ago, tspkelleher said:

hi can some one help me where do i put these files on the drive or the desktop top

 

In your HyperSpin folder. I'd imagine whatever is on your desktop is just shortcuts to the applications in the folder on the drive.

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2 hours ago, Someoneelse said:

Hypertheme is not remembering which zip (theme) it opened. Thus u have to save theme as entire new file then copy back to where original one is loaded from..kinda a anoyance

Afaik hypertheme has not been touched in this release or for a few years

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14 hours ago, vaderag said:

Only just spotted this thread and great news on a new release! When I click the links in the first post however I get link doesn't exist - have the files moved?

Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
 

No,  still there. 

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On 03/06/2018 at 9:34 PM, dangerranger96 said:

Is anyone else getting an issue with rocket launcher? Hyperspin won't launch games after the update (or full install). The log file says it can't find hyperlaunch in the path. I have the rocket launcher exe renamed to hyperlaunch but it says it can't find it. I reset all the paths in hyperHQ but that did not work either. 

What the hell are you doing? Rocketlauncher is ROCKETLAUNCHER for a reason, you just rename where it says c:\hyperlaunch to c:\RocketLauncher

It is hardly rocket science is it?

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On 6/17/2018 at 2:20 AM, thatman84 said:

I would have to run all my images through a PNG to JPG converter then back again to find out. It wasn't simply the center image that gets skewed, however. The other images are all somewhat moved to the right and the top of the larger center image starts at the same position as the smaller images. It's all out of whack. In any case, it's real difficult to test since I use Sophos AV. Sophos freaks out over the new Hyperspin.exe files regardless of how much I tell it to ignore the files and folders. It wipes out the files almost instantly. 

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9 hours ago, malarrya said:

I would have to run all my images through a PNG to JPG converter then back again to find out. It wasn't simply the center image that gets skewed, however. The other images are all somewhat moved to the right and the top of the larger center image starts at the same position as the smaller images. It's all out of whack. In any case, it's real difficult to test since I use Sophos AV. Sophos freaks out over the new Hyperspin.exe files regardless of how much I tell it to ignore the files and folders. It wipes out the files almost instantly. 

Could you not just do one or 2 images to prove/disprove the theory? I understand the annoying AV thing may put you off though.

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On 6/21/2018 at 1:26 AM, thatman84 said:

Could you not just do one or 2 images to prove/disprove the theory? I understand the annoying AV thing may put you off though.

I converted about 20 images to JPG then back the PNG but can't get the new Hyperspin to even download now. Everything is turned off but I guess Malwarebytes and/or Sophos is running the background. I can give you the D&D system complete archive with the new converted images to test with if you'd like. You'll have to set it up as per the instructions. The link to the HyperspinHQ setup is

 

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1 minute ago, malarrya said:

I converted about 20 images to JPG then back the PNG but can't get the new Hyperspin to even download now. Everything is turned off but I guess Malwarebytes and/or Sophos is running the background. I can give you the D&D system complete archive with the new converted images to test with if you'd like. You'll have to set it up as per the instructions. The link to the HyperspinHQ setup is

 

So this contains everything without any changes? That would be the best starting point.

let me know

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37 minutes ago, thatman84 said:

So this contains everything without any changes? That would be the best starting point.

let me know

Well, that's the system files. You'd have to download the wheel images and the other component separately. I can provide you with an archive with all components of the system all ready to go if you'd like .

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So I tested this on my Windows 8.1 machine as don't have 10 on anything.

1.5.1 Hyperspin Upgrade files applied

This is with the above pack (20 Converted Wheel Images)

D&D-Converted.png

This is with the Original Wheels copied into main wheel directory

D&D-Originals.png

 

So it proves that there is a difference in how 1.5.1 reads jpg files renamed as png?

I don't expected this will get a much time if i'm being honest but @jhabers would need to comment

 

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On 6/23/2018 at 3:16 AM, thatman84 said:

So it proves that there is a difference in how 1.5.1 reads jpg files renamed as png?

I don't expected this will get a much time if i'm being honest but @jhabers would need to comment

 

Thanks for doing this @thatman84  I will begin bulk converting all the files from PNG to JPG then back to PNG; although I don't remember saving JPGs to PNGs originally. The next step is to get Sophos to play nice with these files but I don't expect that to be an easy task.

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