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Offline The Fabulous Mr. A

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I have the high-res mugen, but it won't let me run my hi-def stages, it keeps saying "Error, having trouble reading Stage_Name.sff". All my hi-res stages can't read their .sff file. Any idea what i should do?

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open the select def of your screenpack and make sure that the name of the stage next to the characters line is spelled correctly.

If you have just stage/.def next to the character delete it cause it will give you errors.


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I have it separated with a comma though, like the directions said.

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wont matter. the program is stupid and will try to read it as stage/.def like the name is actually blank.

you can use your trusty ";" to block the coding as well or just put some random extra stage that you on him.


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I figured it out, i had the stage within a folder inside the stage folder.

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