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pikaguy900

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Posted on 12-20-06 02:25 PM Link | Quote
I know they're at SMW Central, but see, that's the problem. I CAN'T GO TO SMW CENTRAL. I've tried deleting anything that SMW Central placed in my Temporary Internet Files folder, but that doesn't help (neither does the internet help file- It doesn't specifically tell what a cookie is). I have no clue what a cookie is, and Smallhacker's directions don't help, either, because there's no option for me to delete cookies from a specific website (It's either because I have Windows XP or because I don't technically use Internet Explorer- I use Comcast High-Speed Internet, and that means I DON'T CLICK ON INTERNET EXPLORER)... So, now that I actually WANT the blocks, I can't get them. Where else can I get the blocks?
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Posted on 12-20-06 02:53 PM Link | Quote
As for your connection problem, I cannot help (as it depends on various factors, such as a router, software-side settings and more), but I will use the board's attach feature to upload the proper archive.

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pikaguy900

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Posted on 12-20-06 02:59 PM Link | Quote
Thanks! I knew there would come a time when I'd want these, but I deleted them anyways (they were only taking up space at the time...). Thank you very much.

Edit: Okay, now I'm having trouble making these blocks work. I edited the gravity values in the .bin files, but... They still give the exact same gravity! What am I doing wrong? For gravity1.bin, I wanted Mario to jump higher, so I reduced all 3 values given (I didn't edit those that had a (?) beside them, so should I have done that?) by 3, thus giving me 03 for value 1, 00 for value 2, and 01 for value 3. Is that right?


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