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Started by Disconcorde, June 20, 2019, 07:42:24 pm
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Sneaky var() in Songoku
#1  June 20, 2019, 07:42:24 pm
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I'm trying to edit Songoku_US version 2.

He has a palette for all types of Super Saiyan and Ultra Instinct, but not for Mastered Ultra Instinct.
I found out that this is controlled by var(52) in Songoku's CMD file. var(52) only goes up to 7 -  Ultra Instinct. If I make it go higher, goku will just be base form again, leaving me very confused. "What makes him go Mastered UI then?"

I tried to look around and see if this was a solved issue before; it's not. I can't find another article/post on it.

Since var(52) controls everything from super saiyan 1 to UI, I imagine that another var controls the setting for Mastered UI too, but I've had no luck finding what it is.

My question is -  What controls the setting for MUI? If I can find it, I should be able to fix the problem, the only issue is that I have absolutely no clues as to what it is...
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#2  June 20, 2019, 08:03:42 pm
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The variable will probably be defined in state 5900. Paste the full state here to see how it is managed. Not everybody has that character so we can't check it from our side.
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Re: Sneaky var() in Songoku
#3  June 20, 2019, 08:09:08 pm
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Uhhh... state 5900 doesn't exist.

I've checked every file.
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#4  June 20, 2019, 08:27:12 pm
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Some authors do the old fashion way of varset/varadd via this...

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v = 52
value = *insert value here*

 instead of this as we usually come to expect...

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var(52) = *insert value here*

 It's probably worth the check and that may be why you're not able to find it in the files.
Re: Sneaky var() in Songoku
#5  June 20, 2019, 08:42:01 pm
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Uhhh... state 5900 doesn't exist.

I've checked every file.

.txt is also a valid file for character coding, so see if there's a txt file with State 5900.

Otherwise like Nep said, you should try searching for a few different things depending on how the author formatted the code.  Some authors do not use any spaces so if that's the case try searching for "v=52"

Re: Sneaky var() in Songoku
#6  June 21, 2019, 03:40:25 pm
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Okay, I'll give that a try.
Re: Sneaky var() in Songoku
#7  July 01, 2019, 07:06:41 am
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Nope.

Neither v=52 or v = 52 come up with anything.
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#8  July 01, 2019, 07:10:26 am
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Only alternative I can think of is the var is set in a null state controller or, even more unorthodox, any other state controller using the := exploit.
Re: Sneaky var() in Songoku
#9  July 02, 2019, 04:04:40 am
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That's not exactly an exploit heh

but that's correct, that you should also try searching for:
var(52) :=