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Old 13th October 2004, 12:35   #161  |  Link
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Still not working

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Old 13th October 2004, 12:38   #162  |  Link
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do you need to have the PGC highlighted?? I'll try that.
If you use "%p\%i", the filename passed is the IFO of the currently selected PGC.

If you have trouble to launch an app, you should enable the "Ask confirmation before launching tool" option. You will see the command line used to call the tool in the dialog. You should see something like this:
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"C:\Program Files\IfoEdit\IfoEdit.exe" "C:\rip\MyDVD\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO"
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Old 13th October 2004, 12:42   #163  |  Link
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Autolaunch still not working

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IFOEdit launches OK (it always did) but still no launch of the IFOs.

Screen shot follows. (The path to IFOEdit is a long one but is OK).

Any further suggestions?
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Re: Still not working

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Try using ImageShack. It's free.
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Screen shots

Thnx 2COOL. See enclosed (hopefully, they will show). Sorry abt multiple posts






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Totally wacky!!!

@r0lZ - This is NOT your problem. It is Derrow's!!!!

If IFOEdit is maximised (which I usually have it), it just opens "blank" after being called from PGCEdit (ie. as if the parameters have not been parsed).

HOWEVER, if IFOEdit is not maximised - just a regular window - then no problems!!! The IFO is parsed over and opens. Weird, non

And yes, I usually use Get VTS Sectors to then open all the IFOs

Someone who knows how to cross-post - or who knows Derrow well - may like to bring this to his attention (or maybe it's a Windows XP thing - let's hope so, so we can blame MS and let Derrow off the hook!!)

Thanks for taking the time with me.

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Old 13th October 2004, 13:39   #167  |  Link
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Yeah! I know this problem with IfoEdit. Also, there is a similar problem if you quit the IfoEdit playback with the close button of the video window.
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Another error! You can't import more than 1 VTST Titles.
Code:
can't read "::ttns(2,2)": no such element in array
can't read "::ttns(2,2)": no such element in array
    while executing
"set :: pgcs([get_int data $t_idx 1],$::ttns([get_int data $t_idx 1],[get_int data [expr $t_idx+1] 1]),Title) $t"
    (procedure "::utils::import_VTST" line 145)
    invoked from within
"::utils::import_VTST"
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Old 13th October 2004, 17:26   #169  |  Link
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Features request

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I have a couple of requests for the Command listing pane:

- Can the hex codes be optionally hidden?. Your super Command Editor is only one click away, the codes is only taking spaces away from those long command scripts.
- And some command scripts are extra long, can a tool tip be implemented to show the whole length without me having to scroll right and back left all the time?

You probably have a lot on your list, but if there is time ..
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Re: Features request

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I have a couple of requests for the Command listing pane:

- Can the hex codes be optionally hidden?. Your super Command Editor is only one click away, the codes is only taking spaces away from those long command scripts.
Unfortunately no. The method I use is to retrieve the commands in the listbox when I need them. And I can only parse hex codes.

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- And some command scripts are extra long, can a tool tip be implemented to show the whole length without me having to scroll right and back left all the time?
I must be able to know when the command is not displayed completely, and it's not so easy... If I find a solution, I will add the tooltips.
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Re: Features request

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- Can the hex codes be optionally hidden?. Your super Command Editor is only one click away, the codes is only taking spaces away from those long command scripts.
- And some command scripts are extra long, can a tool tip be implemented to show the whole length without me having to scroll right and back left all the time?

In v0.3.5, you now have the option to move your PGC Selector to any side of the window.
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    0.3.5 (October 4, 2004)

    E. The PGC selector may now be placed on any side of the main window. The PGC labels are now more legible.

Go to View > PGC Selector side. If you select Top or Bottom, you'll have enough room to see hex and long commands.
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In v0.3.5, you now have the option to move your PGC Selector to any side of the window.

Go to View > PGC Selector side. If you select Top or Bottom, you'll have enough room to see hex and long commands.
Thanks for the tip 2COOL. Top placement helped but not optimal, still hoping r0lZ will find a tool tip solution .

Just checked out the debut of your new ( PgcEdit Guides ). Wow, they are gorgeous.
Lotsaworks! 2CL, you've outdone your self.
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Just checked out the debut of your new ( PgcEdit Guides ). Wow, they are gorgeous.
Lotsaworks! 2CL, you've outdone your self.
Thanks! You know, I really take pride on my new Removing Language Selection and Aspect Ratio Menus guide. I totally used a new set of tools. I know someday someone is going to automate the whole thing with one tool just by clicking on the menu button which has the command for a new cell command.
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I know someday someone is going to automate the whole thing with one tool just by clicking on the menu button which has the command for a new cell command.
That someone might just be r0lZ! He's already adapted quite a few of your solutions in pgcedit!

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He's almost there! If only PgcEdit could blank a cell. If he could get that to happen and also providing the menu background, my retirement of my guide would be sooo sweeet!
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He's almost there! If only PgcEdit could blank a cell. If he could get that to happen and also providing the menu background, my retirement of my guide would be sooo sweeet!
OK here's an idea: What you're asking for is currently a combination of vobblanker (which can blank just about anything! and also show menu background (I think)), and pgcedit. Imagine if pgcedit could invoque vobblanker, telling it to blank this cell in this pgc in this vts(m)... That would already make it soooo much easier. I'm sure jsoto could provide that as command-line arguments.

On the other hand, do you know whether DVDRemake can do this sort of things very easily? I'm wondering what the point is to bang our heads on all these things, if there are programs for less than $40 which can do them in a breeze. I haven't tried DVDremake though, so I don't know how easy it is (but hey, where's the fun in that? )

I think the command-line argument would be great! But that would require good coordination between jsoto and r0lZ... Not impossible though...
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I think the command-line argument would be great! But that would require good coordination between jsoto and r0lZ... Not impossible though...
It's not the first time great minds came together for a cause. LIGHTNING UK! (DVD Decrypter) and Coujo (ImgTool Classic) is a great example. http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...ighlight=coujo
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Hey 2COOL, you want to ask them?

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jsoto's online right now in the Development Forum. I give you the honors.

UPDATE: He's here now. I wonder who he's sending a PM to ATM?
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Hey, mes demoiselles! Don't dream too much.
I have alot of projects for PgcEdit, but I can't do everything at once...
jsoto is already helping me. And VOBBlanker has alerady a INI file option. But why do you want to include this wonderful tool in PgcEdit? The GUI is pretty well done, and I can't see what I may improve.
However, I agree that a simple blank cell feature is welcome in PgcEdit. jsoto has already fixed a bug in BlankVOB, and I will probably be able to add this feature...
But for now, I want to complete the Trace, then the edition of the menu buttons (thanks to jsoto), and then..., ... maybe... ... if i have some time..., some more functions.
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