Post by reaccount on Jan 24, 2016 13:02:47 GMT 10
Update, October 24, 2018
Menu Improvements, v. 1.41: Updated to add Chinese text and font files to common.arc for compatibility with the recent update.
(Note: Only tested the first of these.)
(Default load backgrounds)
Update, May 16, 2016Icon Improvements, v.1.01: Added missing Gallery Key icon, readjusted the size of the Fuse Unit.
Update, May 14, 2016
Menu Improvements, v.1.4: Nothing much changed, but added a version to MediaFire that uses the default font. If you were happy with the 1.3 release, then you don't need to re-download.
GameCube-style font: www.mediafire.com/download/t4cqph9g789j685/Menu_Improvements_%28GameCube_style_font%29.zip
Japanese-style statuses (capitalized "Fine," "Caution," etc.): www.mediafire.com/file/ifdzy09f3jecdos/Menu_Improvements_%28GameCube_style_font%29_-_JP_Status.7z
Default font: www.mediafire.com/download/xf333ws71pu333g/Menu_Improvements_%28default_font%29.zip
Icon Improvements, v.1.0 (new): Icons for all items except for the lockpick and the x-rays have been replaced. I have not extensively tested this, so if icons appear cut off, wonky, or otherwise require improvement, please let me know.
Update, v.1.3: Replaced the font for numbers in the inventory. Minor alterations to the font, map screen.
Update, v.1.2.1: Fixed minor font spacing issues.
Update, v.1.2: Adjusted the font in menus slightly for consistency.
Update, v.1.1: Added a font that attempts to closely resemble the original GameCube font. Added a gradient to the the global_ID_HQ .tex to make text more legible.
Should be compatible with the mod manager. A few notes:
- In the GameCube version, hovering over a selection (e.g, "yes," "equip") would, not unlike the main menu in the remastered version, highlight the font, changing it from grey to white. Unfortunately, in the remastered version, such selections are never greyed out, although the fog effect is still present. It doesn't look like I can change this, at least just by editing the .tex file.
- As tedious as it is, I've only replaced those characters which show up in the English version of the game. So, for example, accented characters still use the default font. I recommend using Bunny's font if you use a non-English, Latin alphabet language. Simply use ARCTool to unpack common.arc (using the pc-rehd.bat) and replace font00_ex_jpn_00_ID with his or any other font, and then repack the folder back into common.arc.
Screens (right click -> view image for full sized images):
Menu Improvements (GameCube style font)