[Music] Jimmy's Jukebox -- Seeking dev assistance re:ZScript

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Re: [Music] Jimmy's Jukebox -- Seeking dev assistance re:ZSc

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Doctrine Gamer wrote:Hi Jimmy! Do I have to download all 3 versions or only one?

For example; is there any difference from the Latest Version to Instant Randomizer or the 2 are essential, etc ...
The Latest Version is the main kaboodle. You'll definitely want this, it contains all the scripts and music necessary.

The User Jukebox is a blank version of the above that you can populate with your own tracks if you're keen on WAD editing.

The Instant Randomizer is an optional add-on which requires the Latest Version but allows you to skip the playlist generator in the JUKEBOX map and will simply play a random track from the Jukebox on level start.
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Re: [Music] Jimmy's Jukebox -- Seeking dev assistance re:ZSc

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Didn't this mod used to have metal midis from actual bands like Metallica and such? Was that a different mod or were those removed for legal purposes?
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Trusty McLegit wrote:Didn't this mod used to have metal midis from actual bands like Metallica and such? Was that a different mod or were those removed for legal purposes?
You might be thinking of TerminusEst13's "NOW That's What I Call MIDI" randomizer.
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That's the one! Thanks!
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way to hide menu?

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I'm trying to play this with Hideous Destructor (gameplay mod). HidDes modifies the menu, however so does this. Is there a way to disable this mod modifying the main menu?
EDIT: Nevermind, I figured it out. Just had to change the load order :P
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Re: [Music] Jimmy's Jukebox -- Seeking dev assistance re:ZScript

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Link doesnt work anymore
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The links in the first post appear to be working for me?
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Yes, they work, but get blocked, because they can't be downloaded "securely". I guess, because it's not an https link. Vivaldi blocked it, Chromium & Min didn't. Don't have Firefox/Chrome handy... :D

Maybe Phoenix can elaborate a little bit :)

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