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  1. The password to the Pokesav zip files is: Project Pokemon I suspect the problem you're encountering may be a leading or trailing space when copy/pasting the password, so take care that there are no leading or trailing spaces, while not leaving out the one space in the middle. Also the password is case-sensitive and the capitals matter. There are some specific things Pokesav can edit that PKHeX cannot (as spacerotom mentioned), but for everything else you are absolutely correct.
  2. Unfortunately, Sky Editor's UI is made with WPF, which is dependent on Windows libraries and hard to port to Linux, hence Mono not supporting it. I'm also unable to find any way to get it working with Wine. Going forward I'm trying to make as much as possible cross-platform, but so much of Sky Editor uses WPF that the UI will remain Windows-only for the foreseeable future.
  3. I don't know why it happened, but luckily it was a simple fix. Our tutorials live in the tutorials section, and the threads you see in the forums are generated from them. Any edits made to the tutorials apply to the forum threads, so because we were lucky enough to have the images in the tutorials work fine, re-syncing the threads fixed the issue. Thanks for reporting the issue!
  4. After creating a modpack solution for either Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity or Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, right-click the base ROM project and click Utilities -> Export Soundtrack. This will create a tagged MP3 soundtrack from the ROM.
  5. Yeah, that's normal for now. I hope to take another look at it in the future, but once you progress a little, you can rename your characters from the main menu.
  6. Version 1.0.0


    Not 100% complete, but it's in the post game
  7. Version 1.0.0


    Not quite 100%, but the story's been completed at least.
  8. Done. It can be seen on your profile page after it's set in your profile settings.
  9. I can add that back if you want.
  10. Try deleting AvalonDock.Layout.config. Sounds like it got corrupt somehow.
  11. Turns out the mods are interfering with each other. If all you want to do is change the starters (and get all the other patches that reduce glitches), you can delete all the projects except for the starter project. Or just extract that zip file, and uncheck everything except "starter" after giving it your ROM and before clicking Patch. In the mean time, I'll work on making sure things don't interfere with each other: https://github.com/evandixon/SkyEditor.ROMEditor/issues/81
  12. What region of PSMD are you using with Sky Editor, and what region is your console? I've tested the US and European versions on a US console with Luma 3DS, but I'd like to confirm. It'd also help if you could send me the zip file that was in the modpack output folder. I just upped everyone's upload limits, so you shouldn't have any trouble uploading it as an attachment (it should be about 200MB in size).
  13. Using the latest version of Luma 3DS, ensure Game Patching is enabled in the settings menu, make sure Sky Editor creates the Luma 3DS LayeredFS output, then copy the contents of the SD Card folder in the output directory into the root of your SD card. Sounds like the CIA's corrupt. Not sure what could cause that, since it works for me. I guess make sure you're using the latest version of FBI, and try recreating the CIA file, in case there was corruption when copying it or something.
  14. What CFW are you using and what are you using to install it? Does it give an error message. It might also be worth trying Luma 3DS's game patching. That's worked pretty reliably lately, for me at least. It's been a while since I checked, but I think that's normal.
  15. Thanks for the report. I've posted a workaround in the intro guide, in step 5 of Downloading Sky Editor. I'll see if I can fix the root issue at some point. What's happening is when a zip file is downloaded from the web, it's marked as coming from the internet. When Windows extracts the zip, that mark carries over to the dll files, which causes problems sometimes. The only reason I didn't encounter it is because 7zip doesn't carry over that mark.