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Posted by: Jarlaxle
« on: September 11, 2017, 10:14:51 AM »

Hello CamDawg,

Unfortunately the v42 causes instant crashes in BG2EE in the same way v40 did. v41 was perfect (with a small exception of text issues in Polish translation) but v42 made the game unplayable again :<

Please let me know if there is any way I can assist You in reproducing the problem.

Posted by: CamDawg
« on: June 18, 2017, 11:05:23 AM »

The Item Upgrade mod allows Cromwell and Cespenar to upgrade additional items in BGII. One third of them are convenience functions (e.g., they save you ring or boot space), one third of them try to beef up categories of weapons that are "weak by comparison" (e.g., clubs and spears), and one third of them upgrade NPC-specific items.

Version 42 corrects errors in the Polish and French translations (Cam's fault, not the translators) and updates the English descriptions for the Enhanced Edition games to better match the EE style guide. The update also integrates the supplementary Cespenar audio--previously a separate download--as an optional component into the main mod.

v42 Changelog:

  • The mod now accounts for EET games
  • v41 was using an outdated version of the Polish translation (Cam's fault) which was causing text issues (at best) or crashes (at worst) for Polish players
  • Cam was also using an older French translation.   
  • The Cespenar audio, previously available as a separate download, is now integrated into the mainline mod. The audio is English-only.
  • The English item descriptions for EE games have been revised to better fit in with the EE style