Diablo 2 Generic Bad File
I only return from a stream because after using the resize code similar to this the destination file has an unknown mime type (img.RawFormat.Guid) and Id like the Mime type to be correct on all image objects as it makes it hard write generic handling code otherwise.
Diablo 2 Generic Bad File
We do some basic image resizing, but in resizing we try to maintain aspect ratio. We have a QA guy who's a little too good at this job; he decided to test this with a ONE pixel wide photo that was 480 pixels tall. When the image was scaled to meet our dimensions, the height was north of 68,000 pixels and our app exploded with A generic error occurred in GDI+.
Just in case if someone is doing as stupid stuff as I was.1. make sure path does exist.2. make sure you have permissions to write.3. make sure your path is correct, in my case I was missing file name in the TargetPath :(
Based on my testing, it's possible to create / manipulate images with a height larger than 65534, but the issue arises when saving to a stream or file IN CERTAIN FORMATS. In the following code, the t.Save() method call throws our friend the generic exception when the pixel height is 65501 for me. For reasons of curiosity, I repeated the test for width, and the same limit applied to saving.
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Sorry about what happened to you, and I can't be sure if this is caused by updated dll files because I haven't encountered your situation in various versions. But I always play D2 with Sven's glide wrapper for best graphics and experience, so you could try it.
1. Generic bad file means old characters have some items which are invalid for mod settings. Item conflict can't be solved and you have to give up those old characters.2. Error message (c00000005) is not caused by mod changes but an old problem of vanilla D2. It happens to both normal and HD version. Sometimes I also have this problem. It is reported that it can be fixed in windowed mode, but the best fix from my experience is to reboot your computer if the game keeps popping up the message.
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Here i'll publish some generic soldiers, that can be used either for gameplay or background decoration.Of course, by changing the palette each model can be used to create more characters with similar bodytype.
One of the preview gifs showcase all the 5370+ cels, they are the same for all the templates, before talking about render methods or costumes, the names in the group images, wich are more or less arbitrary, should help to find the correspondent spritesheet or sequence among the attached files. (Leon and some more friends coming soon)Of course the palettes are just a suggestion and can be changed.
I created for the first entry, Stonewall (available in both cartoonish and Iray) a selection of about 300 cels, called "selection". Those files are, as the name suggests a selection taken from the complete template that allows to create at least a complete character for a scrolling beat em up.
I made that to explain what a selection is. If you find the 5370+ spritesheet confusing (Not to boast, but i find it scary myself XD) Let me know if you need selections from other characters, if is something simple, like name-generic vibe or combat style i would comply ASAP.
IMPORTANT:I was working on a selection for Kelly, i messed up her palette. for now i'll leave the wrong file there. "Invalid Palette" doesn't mean that isn't usable, is indeed a complete character, but if you want to add moves from the bigger spritesheet, there might be discrepancies if you change the palette. Sorry for any inconvenience.
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The Archos Vision 30c is a small almost credit-card sized lightweight portable audio and video player which is also able to record voice, display .txt files and tune into FM radio.It supports Ogg Vorbis and FLAC out of the box, but without displaying any tags. The Vision 30c is usable as mass storage USB device. The write rate is about 250 KiBi/s and the read rate is about 7 MiBi/s. Display backlight, video playback and FM radio introduce different kinds of very annoying high frequent background noise. In comparison with other portable players, the minimal possible volume level is very loud. As of 2011-07 there are no firmware upgrades available. The display is 3" large and very glossy. The device has one back button, an on/off switch and a touchscreen (non-capacitative) which is very stochastic. With a stylus (not included) it is like 2 times better usable but still very non-deterministic. The player is available with 4 GB and 8 GB internal flash memory.
It is appropriate to say that in brazilian consumer market, there are unbranded MP3 players such as this one that can flawlessly play Ogg Vorbis files. There are many of them branded as "Sony". I have tested one "Sony" and it does play Ogg Vorbis. If you have one of these players and know that they can play Ogg Vorbis, please inform which chipset these devices are equipped with. Many of these players can also be identified as having the following writings "MP3/WMA/FM/REC". All these are basically 1GB/2GB USB pen drives.
From the information below (see "PowerUp!" items), it is possible that all Chinese made S1 MP3 and MP4 players can play the Ogg Vorbis file format, even though their manuals or advertisements do not mention this. Since many tens of millions of these units have been sold worldwide, there is a potentially huge, undocumented, base of portable media players which can play the Ogg Vorbis format. If you have one of these Chinese made players, just give it a try and see. Here is one cheap unbranded Chinese 1GB mp3 player that supports vorbis.
iAudio 7 is Cowon's current small form factor flash based player with touch controls for most functions and comes in 4, 8 and 16GB versions and supports Vorbis and FLAC. USB 2.0 file transfer, Linux and Mac compatible (including firmware updates). Reading Ogg tags not supported (requires browsing music in 'files' mode rather than in 'tags' mode).
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'The lightest and the smallest one among AAA type MP3 players.' Supports MP3, WMA, ASF, WAV, and Ogg Vorbis, has FM tuner, line-in and mic with direct MP3 encoding. Comes with 128/256/512/1024 MB flash memory and USB 2.0 interface. The EMX-900 has up to 1 GB storage and supports the same file formats.
Sold in the UK at the ALDI supermarket stores, under their brand name "Tevion" the 6940 model is a 2GB multimedia player that can receive DAB radio and has a colour screen for viewing Jpegs and movies. It connects via a USB2 interface, and appears as a mass storage device. It claims to play Vorbis files, and does so without problems. The USB connector at the player end is non-standard, but extra cables can be obtained from the manufacturer.
Very small and simple device with 2GB at a low price (about 25 EUR). Although not mentioned anywhere on the homepage or inside the documentation of this device, it is capable of playing also Ogg Vorbis files out of the box. It connects via USB 2.0 cable (with which the internal accumulator is charged) and acts like a mass storage device, which is formatted via FAT32 filesystem.
The i-BEAD 170 & 400 models are small, light flash-based players with built in Lithium-Polymer batteries. They also have OLED displays, and FM & line-in recording. Both are available in 256MB/512MB/1GB and both support Ogg Vorbis after a firmware upgrade. The i-BEAD 600 has up to 2 GB storage and is very small and supports Ogg Vorbis out of the box. PLEASE NOTE: Ogg Vorbis files encoded using pre-1.0 versions of the encoder will not work with these players.