Author Topic: WARNING:cannot find block matching [virtue/bg2/quest/RB_5O.BAF]  (Read 5525 times)

David.Lee

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Is that a serious problem? ???

Offline jonny.deathstar

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Re: WARNING:cannot find block matching [virtue/bg2/quest/RB_5O.BAF]
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2009, 11:25:20 PM »
Hi - first post... I played BG1 & BG2 years ago and then was hit by nostalgia and found this awesome mod community I had no idea about.

With Virtue, I received this same warning:
Warning at src/tpwork.ml.1562
WARNING: cannot find block matching [virtue/bg2/quest/RB_5O.BAF]

Anyways, I don't know a lot about mods but I did install Virtue last as instructed, and I pretty much followed SimDingo's suggested list on the "what are your favourite mods" thread... if someone can explain to me how to post a Weidu Log (is that right?) I can do that.

I'll try and playing and if I run into anything, I'll updated here.

unreserved_Steve

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Re: WARNING:cannot find block matching [virtue/bg2/quest/RB_5O.BAF]
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2009, 03:31:10 PM »
Not a serious problem.  All you'll miss is that Mazzy joining the party will be based on (standard BG2) reputation rather than Virtue.  

David.Lee

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Re: WARNING:cannot find block matching [virtue/bg2/quest/RB_5O.BAF]
« Reply #3 on: April 05, 2009, 09:15:40 PM »
Not a serious problem.  All you'll miss is that Mazzy joining the party will be based on (standard BG2) reputation rather than Virtue.  
Oh!Thank you!

 

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