Renaming I:/1_Games/LFS/data/settings/XR GTR_bl1r_bioha1451.set as I:/_Games/LFS/data/setups/XR GTR_bl1r_bioha1451.set...done! Use of uninitialized value in substitution (s///) at I:\x10_to_x30_setup_fix.exe line 69.
hmm actually looking at it makes me think it has an issue with the 1_Games as main folder. OK, altered it, my sets got changed .
It is definitely the 'XRG' letters that didn't transfer for me. I finally recongized one of my own setups. Not a big deal for just one car to rename ;-) I can do that manually in a few minutes. Thanks for this script, made it lots easier!
That's even more strange as I definitely detect it correctly as 'XRGT' (or 'XR GT' before I strip the spaces).
I've added checking for this now and fixed the above bug that AP has pointed out to me.
At least now there should be no actual _problems_ when running it.. but still not entirely sure why the XRG fails
If you have a backup of your settings dir ND, could you perhaps restore that and try the updated version I've uploaded to post #1 and let me know if for some reason, this update has fixed that issue too? If so and it still errors, it'll display: 'ERROR: COULD NOT GET CAR CODE FOR $carName' and skip that file.
Did you open a DOS prompt and then type the command? or did you just double-click the binary? I suspect the latter as it contains no code to close the console.. if so, this won't work, it's not a GUI app and requires keyboard input.
Could the XRG problem be releated to the fact that the XRG files are named 'XR GT' and the XRT 'XR GT Turbo?' It might be getting confused somewhere in there; maybe the XRT string is being applied to the 'XR GT' files too?