Jac wrote:I don't usually pay attention to file formats unless it's something like ACE that I don't have a program that can extract it.
Fliggerty wrote:I've had a lot of problems with 7z corrupting esp files, which is why I stopped using it to distribute my mods. It certainly has better compression by far; it made a HUGE difference when packaging up my armor project. But so many people reported a corrupted esp and the problem went away when I gave out the exact same resources with a rar that I had to draw the only available conclusion.
Kiteflyer61 wrote:I actually prefer the .zip format for one reason. It's the only format I don't have to extract to view the contents of, or open with another program, due to its native support in Windows.
As for .ace files, I use ALZip to open them. DonnerGott recommended it the last time we had issues with an .ace file and it worked flawlessly. It's also capable of saving at least part of corrupted archives most of the time.
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Naajaw wrote:Sons of GHF, of TESFU, my brothers. I see in your eyes the same fear that would take the heart of me! A day may come, when the courage of Morrowind modders fails, when we forsake our uploads and break all bonds of fellowship, but it is not this day! An hour of new games and shattered downloadable files when the age of Morrowind modding comes crashing down! But it is not this day! This day we fight! By all that you hold dear on this good island of Vvardenfell (and the rest of Morrowind to you folks at Tamriel Rebuilt), I bid you, stand, men of the East!
sassman wrote:PK-Ware's ZIP archive format has been, and continues to be the only ABSOLUTELY UNIVERSAL format, period. I can take any sort of computer, from the most up-to-date Linux, Mac, or Windows machine all the way back to a DOS box from the '80s, and extract the Archives I make on WinZip tonight.
Leonardo wrote:I remember two more file packing tools from the 90's and that's the arj (only 81-83 Kb which have a LOT of features) and the pkzip (I suspect it still exists today) archive extensions.
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