From: the Netherlands
Assuming you already have the sound file you want to replace an existing sound file, you can use the following process;
I have replaced a few of the original sound files with .mp3 files, so I can confirm this works. I believe it will work with .wav files as well. Please someone correct me if I am wrong about that.
- Find the file in the Sound folder you want to replace and rename it. For example, rename file 1026.sfx to 1026.sfx.old
- Rename the new sound file you want to use to match the original sound file name. For example, rename Tora.mp3 to 1026.sfx
- Paste the replacement sound file into the Sound folder
- Start the game
For increasing the ingame font size, I think we're sunk there. I seem to recall reading a Dev response about it one time saying the font size was hard coded. You can artificially increase the size by changing the screen resolution, but that could make the maps and other art pieces become blurry.
I do not want to hijack this thread but how did you figure out which sound does what?
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