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Kot OR Savegame Editor is a Perl/Tk application used in the editing of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic savegame files. The following fields are currently editable: - Savegame name - Player name - NPC Name - Appearance (player and party) - Portrait (player and party) - Attributes - Skill Ranks - Equipment (player and party)*** - Feats (add/remove)** - Powers (add/remove)** - Cheats Used flag - Hit Points (current and max*) - Force Points (current and max*) - Experience Points (player and party) - Good/Evil rating - Credits - Time played - Class (see notes below)** - Levels - Current Party - NPCs - Global Booleans - Global Numerics - Gender - Min1HP - Inventory** - Influence (TSL only) - Chemicals (TSL only) - Components (TSL only) - Quests *=Note: Max Hit Points and Max Force Points, while editable appear to be calculated at the time the savegame is loaded. Therefore while these fields are editable, the game will change the values back to what it calculates as correct. It is therefore better to change your Wis/Cha and Con to affect your MFP and MHP. ** Not supported on Xbox Saves, will cause "Damaged Savegame" message. *** See special section for detailed instructions ----------------- Credits ----------------- tk102 for originally creating the KSE. Pazuzu156 for reporting the issue with the Cloud saves, as well as helping fix it and setting up a mirror for and creating the auto-updater. Chev Chelios for much discussion of how Steam worked, as well as creating the INI-Generation tool, KPF. ----------------- Before Using KSE ----------------- Before using KSE, it recommended that you make a backup of your 'saves' directory, just in case. For Kot OR1, it is also recommended that you download the KSE Fixed Cutscene Files and place them into your override folder. Available at a direct link is alternate link: there is a problem with the updater, please PM Pazuzu156 at this link: KSE is a stand-alone executable that can be located anywhere on your hard drive. Upon launch, it attempts to locate the Kot OR and TSL installation directories based upon its registry entry. If an installation directory is not located in this manner, a Browse For Folder dialog is displayed and KSE will look for the presence of (for Kot OR1) or swkotor2(for Kot OR2) in that directory. Savegames are assumed to be in a folder called 'saves' under the installation directory. Each savegame file ('savegame.sav') is assumed to be in its own subfolder along with 'partytable.res', 'savenfo.res', and 'GLOBALVARS.res' files. These assumptions are all based upon a normal installation, so if you haven't moved files around you're fine. Upon detection of the above folder/files, KSE will layout each savegame in a treeview window. When selecting a savegame for the first time, there is a couple seconds of delay as the file information is loaded into memory, so don't panic. Highlighting different items in the treeview will bring up editing options in the pane to the right of the treeview window. In the editing pane, there are will usually be two buttons at the bottom labeled as 'Apply' and 'Commit Changes'. The Apply button will update the treeview and apply changes in memory. Commit Changes will write the changes in memory to the actual files. Most changes require the file to be re-written which takes a little while. You will receive a message indicating success in editing the savegame. Note: you don't have to Commit Changes until you're done Applying changes to memory; however, if you are editing multiple savegames, you will need to Commit Changes for each savegame. Feats and powers have a different appearance in the editing pane. If the 'Feats' group or 'Force Powers' group is selected, the editing pane will contain a listbox of all available Feats or Powers to choose from. Instead of an Apply button, there is an 'Add Feat' or 'Add Power' button. If you already have the feat/power, this button does nothing. If not, the treeview will be updated and the changes will be Applied to memory. If a particular feat/power is selected from the treeview, you will have the option to Remove it using the editing pane. There's no need to edit feats/powers -- you have to Remove the old one and Add the new one. Although TSL supports subdirectories in the Override folder, KSE does not. Too often, there are two or more files that are named the same and KSE would have to make some arbritrary decision as to which one to use. Inevitably this will generate bug reports because the end-user expected the other file to be used by KSE. So to save us both that grief, if you wish to add custom items to your inventory or use some custom 2da file, you will need to make sure that you copy those custom files into your override root folder, perform your KSE edits, then remove them. (Note that Kot OR also does not recognize subdirectories.) As of version 1.0.2, a checkbox has been added which allows you to turn on and off the 'extra' feats and powers that aren't normally accessible during level ups. These are for experimentation and modding purposes. Please don't email me if you crash the game after adding one of these weird feats/powers. However, if you discover a use for one, please post your finding to an appropriate forum so others may learn from your tweaking. It should be noted that there isn't much in the way of safety nets built into this program. You can attempt for example to specify a negative number of experience points or apply other crazy settings which Kot OR may or may not understand. I guess that's half the fun, but consider yourself warned. If you're really attached to your savegame, MAKE A BACKUP FIRST. As of version 0.4.0a, KSE provides the ability to change a character class. This makes for very interesting possiblities, including playing as a Droid or as a non-Jedi class combination. It also allows the player to change their initial class into a Jedi class. There are a couple things to consider when changing classes: - In TSL, don't choose the "Bounty Hunter (CUT! )" class unless you're asking for trouble - Do not make a multi-classed character the same class in both classes. - Before changing your class into a droid, you may want to unequip all items first. I've had the game hang during loading when I didn't do this. - The droid classes grant you Feats like Logic Upgrade but you won't see the icon for them in your Feats screen. Also, Kot OR doesn't let you equip droid armor/weapons/implants. - (For Kot OR1) If you make your early single-class character a Jedi class, you'll probably also want to grant him/her the Feat: Force Sensitive to give you an extra 40 points, otherwise you won't be able to do much in the way of force powers until you level up. Also, you won't be able to get any Force Points until you level up once. As of version 1.3.0, KSE allows you to add and remove classes to your PC and NPCs. It is known that the games won't recognize more than 2 classes. I wouldn't recommend removing all your classes either. Then you'd just be a couch potato and you don't need a game for that. As of version 1.0.5, you now have the ability to directly change your PC and NPC class levels. Adding additional levels will affect your Hit Points and your Max Hit Points and maybe some other secondary attributes. The amount of experience points needed to further level up will also increase accordingly. You can level up past level cap (20 for Kot OR, 50 for TSL), though it doesn't do much in terms of gameplay. Leveling down will subtract previously gained powers/feats/skills and maybe attributes that you received from leveling up. The game stores all the information about what level you were when you gained your abilities. So if you level down, it forgets you had those abilities. For the normal player, I can't think of much use for changing your level. For modders, changing levels may hold more importance. As of version 3.3.5, you can change the equipment that the Player or Party Members are currently wearing. This does have a few sticky spots that you might want to be aware of, such as: - The character must be able to equip the item in the first place, otherwise the game unequips it on loading.* - As a follow-up, the same applies to equipping weapons. IE: don't equip a two-handed weapon and a one-handed in the same set-up. - To equip an item on an NPC, you will first have to change a piece of their data, such as an attribute.** This is due to an unknown bug to be fixed in the next version. - I have not tested how the game likes having a ranged and melee weapon set-up, but I wouldn't hold my breath. *; The one exception found during testing was in equipping a droid piece on the head... **: This doesn't mean you have to make the attribute higher or lower, just hitting apply\ on the current value works. =============== Known Bugs =============== No saves found (You have Steam Kot OR 2 and use cloud saves) ----------------------------------------------------------- Go to your Kot OR 2 folder and make a folder called "saves". Inventory Hiccup ------------------ If an item is added to your inventory and it has the same Tag as another item, KSE will generate an error. Getting Stuck During Vision Sequence (Kot OR1) ---------------------------------------------- Symptom: After leaving the Endar Spire or Leaving Taris, you run into a sequence where you should be seeing a "dream" cutscene but instead you're locked up in a room with a "Cut Start" object that doesn't do anything. Cause: You have NOT placed the modified files into your override directory and you have changed your character to a Jedi/Minion/Droid class or you have changed your Gender to something other than Male or Female. Fix: Download the KSE Fixed Cutscene Files (available from ) and place the files into your Override folder. ============================================== After changing appearance to look like (an NPC), the real NPC has no head! --------------------------------------------------------------- Symptom: You change appearance to look like one of your party NPCs and all is well until you attempt to enter a new area with that NPC. Cause: SW: Kot OR doesn't like two unique characters appearing together. Fix: From T7Nowhere's post on Holowan Labs-- I know how to fix the head problem, but it will take a bit of work. Bioware set it up so that you can't encounter an npc with your head, so in appearance.2da there is a normalhead and backup head columns. SO in order for and npc not to loose there head that npc would need an backup head. As Juhani is a unique npc she doen not have a backup and when you transition from one area to another the game checks appearance.2da(I suspect) and sinse your character comes first the game will give you juhani's head and she looses hers. There is a way to remedy this and it is simple open up appearance.2da with KT (if you have that file in override then open that appeance.2da) go to row 8 which is Party_NPC_Juhani and scroll ove until you see columns "normalhead" & "backuphead" and simple type 5 in the backuphead column save the file back to override. if you would like juhani to have a different head when you take hers then simply open heads.2da to find an appropriate female head (or male. what ever make you happy) and type that number in the backuphead column and save appearance to override. - tk102 =============================================================== Equipment Section ------------------ Due to an unknown bug, the Equipment branch might become unusable. ================== Please report bugs to zxcvbnm6012@11/7/13 - In addition, please report bugs to tristongoucher@Thank you. Kot OR Savegame Editor is a Perl/Tk application used in the editing of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic savegame files. The following fields are currently editable: - Savegame name - Player name - NPC Name - Appearance (player and party) - Portrait (player and party) - Attributes - Skill Ranks - Equipment (player and party)*** - Feats (add/remove)** - Powers (add/remove)** - Cheats Used flag - Hit Points (current and max*) - Force Points (current and max*) - Experience Points (player and party) - Good/Evil rating - Credits - Time played - Class (see notes below)** - Levels - Current Party - NPCs - Global Booleans - Global Numerics - Gender - Min1HP - Inventory** - Influence (TSL only) - Chemicals (TSL only) - Components (TSL only) - Quests *=Note: Max Hit Points and Max Force Points, while editable appear to be calculated at the time the savegame is loaded. Therefore while these fields are editable, the game will change the values back to what it calculates as correct. It is therefore better to change your Wis/Cha and Con to affect your MFP and MHP. ** Not supported on Xbox Saves, will cause "Damaged Savegame" message. *** See special section for detailed instructions ----------------- Credits ----------------- tk102 for originally creating the KSE. Pazuzu156 for reporting the issue with the Cloud saves, as well as helping fix it and setting up a mirror for and creating the auto-updater. Chev Chelios for much discussion of how Steam worked, as well as creating the INI-Generation tool, KPF. ----------------- Before Using KSE ----------------- Before using KSE, it recommended that you make a backup of your 'saves' directory, just in case. For Kot OR1, it is also recommended that you download the KSE Fixed Cutscene Files and place them into your override folder. Available at a direct link is alternate link: there is a problem with the updater, please PM Pazuzu156 at this link: KSE is a stand-alone executable that can be located anywhere on your hard drive. Upon launch, it attempts to locate the Kot OR and TSL installation directories based upon its registry entry. If an installation directory is not located in this manner, a Browse For Folder dialog is displayed and KSE will look for the presence of (for Kot OR1) or swkotor2(for Kot OR2) in that directory. Savegames are assumed to be in a folder called 'saves' under the installation directory. Each savegame file ('savegame.sav') is assumed to be in its own subfolder along with 'partytable.res', 'savenfo.res', and 'GLOBALVARS.res' files. These assumptions are all based upon a normal installation, so if you haven't moved files around you're fine. Upon detection of the above folder/files, KSE will layout each savegame in a treeview window. When selecting a savegame for the first time, there is a couple seconds of delay as the file information is loaded into memory, so don't panic. Highlighting different items in the treeview will bring up editing options in the pane to the right of the treeview window. In the editing pane, there are will usually be two buttons at the bottom labeled as 'Apply' and 'Commit Changes'. The Apply button will update the treeview and apply changes in memory. Commit Changes will write the changes in memory to the actual files. Most changes require the file to be re-written which takes a little while. You will receive a message indicating success in editing the savegame. Note: you don't have to Commit Changes until you're done Applying changes to memory; however, if you are editing multiple savegames, you will need to Commit Changes for each savegame. Feats and powers have a different appearance in the editing pane. If the 'Feats' group or 'Force Powers' group is selected, the editing pane will contain a listbox of all available Feats or Powers to choose from. Instead of an Apply button, there is an 'Add Feat' or 'Add Power' button. If you already have the feat/power, this button does nothing. If not, the treeview will be updated and the changes will be Applied to memory. If a particular feat/power is selected from the treeview, you will have the option to Remove it using the editing pane. There's no need to edit feats/powers -- you have to Remove the old one and Add the new one. Although TSL supports subdirectories in the Override folder, KSE does not. Too often, there are two or more files that are named the same and KSE would have to make some arbritrary decision as to which one to use. Inevitably this will generate bug reports because the end-user expected the other file to be used by KSE. So to save us both that grief, if you wish to add custom items to your inventory or use some custom 2da file, you will need to make sure that you copy those custom files into your override root folder, perform your KSE edits, then remove them. (Note that Kot OR also does not recognize subdirectories.) As of version 1.0.2, a checkbox has been added which allows you to turn on and off the 'extra' feats and powers that aren't normally accessible during level ups. These are for experimentation and modding purposes. Please don't email me if you crash the game after adding one of these weird feats/powers. However, if you discover a use for one, please post your finding to an appropriate forum so others may learn from your tweaking. It should be noted that there isn't much in the way of safety nets built into this program. You can attempt for example to specify a negative number of experience points or apply other crazy settings which Kot OR may or may not understand. I guess that's half the fun, but consider yourself warned. If you're really attached to your savegame, MAKE A BACKUP FIRST. As of version 0.4.0a, KSE provides the ability to change a character class. This makes for very interesting possiblities, including playing as a Droid or as a non-Jedi class combination. It also allows the player to change their initial class into a Jedi class. There are a couple things to consider when changing classes: - In TSL, don't choose the "Bounty Hunter (CUT! )" class unless you're asking for trouble - Do not make a multi-classed character the same class in both classes. - Before changing your class into a droid, you may want to unequip all items first. I've had the game hang during loading when I didn't do this. - The droid classes grant you Feats like Logic Upgrade but you won't see the icon for them in your Feats screen. Also, Kot OR doesn't let you equip droid armor/weapons/implants. - (For Kot OR1) If you make your early single-class character a Jedi class, you'll probably also want to grant him/her the Feat: Force Sensitive to give you an extra 40 points, otherwise you won't be able to do much in the way of force powers until you level up. Also, you won't be able to get any Force Points until you level up once. As of version 1.3.0, KSE allows you to add and remove classes to your PC and NPCs. It is known that the games won't recognize more than 2 classes. I wouldn't recommend removing all your classes either. Then you'd just be a couch potato and you don't need a game for that. As of version 1.0.5, you now have the ability to directly change your PC and NPC class levels. Adding additional levels will affect your Hit Points and your Max Hit Points and maybe some other secondary attributes. The amount of experience points needed to further level up will also increase accordingly. You can level up past level cap (20 for Kot OR, 50 for TSL), though it doesn't do much in terms of gameplay. Leveling down will subtract previously gained powers/feats/skills and maybe attributes that you received from leveling up. The game stores all the information about what level you were when you gained your abilities. So if you level down, it forgets you had those abilities. For the normal player, I can't think of much use for changing your level. For modders, changing levels may hold more importance. As of version 3.3.5, you can change the equipment that the Player or Party Members are currently wearing. This does have a few sticky spots that you might want to be aware of, such as: - The character must be able to equip the item in the first place, otherwise the game unequips it on loading.* - As a follow-up, the same applies to equipping weapons. IE: don't equip a two-handed weapon and a one-handed in the same set-up. - To equip an item on an NPC, you will first have to change a piece of their data, such as an attribute.** This is due to an unknown bug to be fixed in the next version. - I have not tested how the game likes having a ranged and melee weapon set-up, but I wouldn't hold my breath. *; The one exception found during testing was in equipping a droid piece on the head... **: This doesn't mean you have to make the attribute higher or lower, just hitting apply\ on the current value works. =============== Known Bugs =============== No saves found (You have Steam Kot OR 2 and use cloud saves) ----------------------------------------------------------- Go to your Kot OR 2 folder and make a folder called "saves". Inventory Hiccup ------------------ If an item is added to your inventory and it has the same Tag as another item, KSE will generate an error. Getting Stuck During Vision Sequence (Kot OR1) ---------------------------------------------- Symptom: After leaving the Endar Spire or Leaving Taris, you run into a sequence where you should be seeing a "dream" cutscene but instead you're locked up in a room with a "Cut Start" object that doesn't do anything. Cause: You have NOT placed the modified files into your override directory and you have changed your character to a Jedi/Minion/Droid class or you have changed your Gender to something other than Male or Female. Fix: Download the KSE Fixed Cutscene Files (available from ) and place the files into your Override folder. ============================================== After changing appearance to look like (an NPC), the real NPC has no head! --------------------------------------------------------------- Symptom: You change appearance to look like one of your party NPCs and all is well until you attempt to enter a new area with that NPC. Cause: SW: Kot OR doesn't like two unique characters appearing together. Fix: From T7Nowhere's post on Holowan Labs-- I know how to fix the head problem, but it will take a bit of work. Bioware set it up so that you can't encounter an npc with your head, so in appearance.2da there is a normalhead and backup head columns. SO in order for and npc not to loose there head that npc would need an backup head. As Juhani is a unique npc she doen not have a backup and when you transition from one area to another the game checks appearance.2da(I suspect) and sinse your character comes first the game will give you juhani's head and she looses hers. There is a way to remedy this and it is simple open up appearance.2da with KT (if you have that file in override then open that appeance.2da) go to row 8 which is Party_NPC_Juhani and scroll ove until you see columns "normalhead" & "backuphead" and simple type 5 in the backuphead column save the file back to override. if you would like juhani to have a different head when you take hers then simply open heads.2da to find an appropriate female head (or male. what ever make you happy) and type that number in the backuphead column and save appearance to override. - tk102 =============================================================== Equipment Section ------------------ Due to an unknown bug, the Equipment branch might become unusable. ================== Please report bugs to zxcvbnm6012@11/7/13 - In addition, please report bugs to tristongoucher@Thank you.

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