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How can I implement custom supports PROPERLY?

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I am trying to follow this guide here, and when I am trying to do supports with Corrin, it doesn't work. What am I doing wrong?

Also, I have found some inconsistencies with the supports I am trying to make.

Take a look at this picture of a vanilla conversation with Shiro and Male MU:

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Compare it with this, a custom support with Male MU and Kotaro:

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Could it be the reason my supports aren't showing up for Corrin? Because any other characters work.

I have the EU special edition and edited the support options with Paragon (occasionally, the tool the guide told me to) btw.

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1. Wrong subforum.  I moved it to where it belongs.
2. The $a and $t1 are reversed in your custom support.  I don't know if this matters.

EDIT: Putting in the last 25% of what I should've said in the first place.

Edited by eclipse

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Thank you for your reply, eclipse.

I will try to do what you said and I will report back.

Before that, I need to tell you that if I use Moonling's FEAT fork, it decompresses the file as «txt.lz» instead of a «bin.lz».

How can I fix this? (I have BLZ77 btw)

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I'm gonna make the blanket assumption that you're on Windows.  The .lz part is actually a compression algorithm while the .txt is a text file and .bin is a binary one.  I'm not sure if decompressing the .lz into .txt, converting the .txt into .bin, then recompressing the new .bin into .lz is the most efficient way of doing it, but that's what I've come up with.  If you decide to do this, you'll need to get familiar with the Linux command line, because the most efficient tools I can think of are in some flavor of Linux.  I think Cygwin should have the commands necessary (lzip and xxd).

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