0CC-Famitracker N163 waveform limit (validation)?

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0CC-Famitracker N163 waveform limit (validation)?

Postby jimbo1qaz » Thu Jan 26, 2017 4:51 am

0cc-Famitracker allows me to create up to 0x40 (64) waveforms in one N163 instrument. It doesn't complain when I save it. When validation is turned to Official or above, it returns an error when I load the file:

"N163 wave count out of range: expected [1,16], got 20
At instrument 00,
At address 0x1F in INSTRUMENTS block,
address 0x12E in file"

At first, I was scared and thought the file was corrupted. Is this intentional?

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Re: 0CC-Famitracker N163 waveform limit (validation)?

Postby TheJuanCarlos64 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:01 am

What are talking about of 0CC-FT Forum?

The Awnser is NO!
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Re: 0CC-Famitracker N163 waveform limit (validation)?

Postby w7n » Sun Jan 29, 2017 1:45 am

No, the question is, rather:
Why still care about 'validating' it, when both the official and the forum are already near dead?

With a validation level above official, the program checks if the FTM is compatible with the official.

Again about the no 0CC FTMs rule:
'(FT official) is not a dead project, and therefore forks should be kept separate from the main program as much as possible, starting with the music sharing forums.' Well, it is practically a dead project now so the statement has already turned invalid.
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