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    @Allin

    In my opinion, your answers above are illogical.

    Moreover, GMapTool joines such IMGs (with the same MapIDs) with the following warning:
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    Hi,

    @Cnfhbr

    There were warnings, result can be faulty.
    It is this message that disturbed me and so I looked for a solution to get automatically a new ID number each time.
    (google translate)

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    @Alex,
    I also modified the jnx2img.cmd program a bit by adding two lines.
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    I added "rmdir / q / s Temp" at the end of the program because from time to time the file Temp was blocking and I had to launch a "chkdsk".

    Also as I was processing several .jnx files and not having to type on ENTER each time, at the end of the program, I added a "REM" before pause.

    This says, this program is wonderful, thank you very much Alex

    Sha-1 BD935933887ED62A77F739F314F82F7B2CF87264
    Sha256 1DF081D910F9B926113D94C098039722C8BD24FDB43950C35A72A09C9C332F3A

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allin View Post
    There were warnings, result can be faulty.
    It is this message that disturbed me and so I looked for a solution to get automatically a new ID number each time.
    Then why did you make the script that assigns the same MapID to all the maps in the batch?
    That's a non sequitur.

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    Then why did you make the script that assigns the same MapID to all the maps in the batch?
    That's a non sequitur.
    The script (the one that is modified) gives a random MapID to each maps.
    This script suits me especially and that's why I sent it to Alex for information.
    (google traduct)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allin View Post
    The script (the one that is modified) gives a random MapID to each maps.
    A few posts above you've answered to Alex quite the opposite:
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    Doesn't this script assign the same MapID to all the maps in the batch?
    Yes
    Where is the truth?

 

 
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