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No need for apologies, the majority of us including myself are terrible with this particular sort of thing, but I do know some of the basics enough to hopefully lend assistance.

Madsiur said it there in the 5th & 7th post what needs to be done, you need to copy all that code there into a text document, then save it as an .asm file extension -- this will effectively make it an ASM file.

Now, the problem is that the code conflicts with the TWUE... so what you need to do is change that mentioned org offset here:
org $C3F091 ; Start of free space in bank C3.
to wherever there's enough free space to place the code at, in the TWUE edition ROM.

Then you would apply the patch/ASM file with xkas, or SNEStuff, to the TWUE ROM.

In post 6 you pretty much said this exact process actually. Smile

EDIT: Looking at the latest TWUE ROM, there's enough free space starting at C3/F1D7, If it were me I'd change the org in the code to
C3F200, just to make it even and clean, since there's no real reason to save every byte of free space.


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(11-02-2019, 09:03 PM)Gi Nattak Wrote: No need for apologies, the majority of us including myself are terrible with this particular sort of thing, but I do know some of the basics enough to hopefully lend assistance.

Madsiur said it there in the 5th & 7th post what needs to be done, you need to copy all that code there into a text document, then save it as an .asm file extension -- this will effectively make it an ASM file.

Now, the problem is that the code conflicts with the TWUE... so what you need to do is change that mentioned org offset here:
org $C3F091         ; Start of free space in bank C3.
to wherever there's enough free space to place the code at, in the TWUE edition ROM.

Then you would apply the patch/ASM file with xkas, or SNEStuff, to the TWUE ROM.

In post 6 you pretty much said this exact process actually. Smile

EDIT: Looking at the latest TWUE ROM, there's enough free space starting at C3/F1D7, If it were me I'd change the org in the code to
C3F200, just to make it even and clean, since there's no real reason to save every byte of free space.

Thanks guys.

I did it. I simply changed the org in the Restricted Espers asm from $C3F091 to C3F200. Victory
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