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WWF Legends 2.1
If you know how to set it up, yes.

I suggest getting a vanilla WWF No Mercy running on the latest Project 64, test that it runs ok and then import Legends into it.
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What do you mean with "a vanilla WWF No Mercy"?I managed to get the mod to work and now there is no music. Do I have to follow "Music tool instructions"?

WHat is the "updated cheat file + save" and how do I put in the game? Thank you for your availability.
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By vanilla, I mean just a clean WWF No Mercy with no mods or anything else installed, but it looks like you're ahead of this and don't need to do bother.

Yes, for the Music, you need to follow the Music Tool instructions. This can be tricky.


The updated cheat file + save are updates from the 2.1 release.
You can see where to put them by checking the diagrams in the Help Folder.
Just replace the existing files with the updated ones.

It's best to keep copies of the files you replace in case things go wonky.
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Hi, I put the music in the game. A question: have I to repeat whole the procedure every time that I run the emulator o is it possible to have the music in automatic?
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Naming your mp3s as in Part 5 shouldn't need changing every time.

Some people have to repeat up to Part 4 if the offset changes. This is usually for Windows 7 users.
Windows 10 appears to retain the offset and therefore the procedure doesn't need to be repeated. However, I can't be sure if it's the case for everyone.
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(09-13-2020, 07:10 PM)Orson Wrote: Naming your mp3s as in Part 5 shouldn't need changing every time.

Some people have to repeat up to Part 4 if the offset changes. This is usually for Windows 7 users.
Windows 10 appears to retain the offset and therefore the procedure doesn't need to be repeated. However, I can't be sure if it's the case for everyone.

I have windows 10 and I have had to change the offset. In the part 1 where it says: "Also the following code must ... all times", have I to do something?
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If you are using WWF Legends, the code should already be included.

To check, see if you have a cheat listed as LEGENDS\Sound\Interface/Music Tool

If it's not there, you might be using the wrong cheat file, or you can use right mouse button to add it as a new cheat.
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The cheat is present and it is enabled.
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Are you having trouble getting the music tool to work?
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Appreciate if anybody can help me here. I'm trying to get WWF Legends to open but whenever I click the ROM it states 'Attempt to open file failed.' I've downloaded the Base game have put all the correct files and folders as instructed on the screens and help files, checked my Project64 settings to match the settings suggested but no joy. Note I've tried using this on a Windows 10 PC and other roms will not seem to load with Project 1.6 either.

Also I have downloaded the newer version of Project 64 (2.3.2) and the exact same ROM does seem to load up fine but I'm not sure how to apply the Legends pack and textures on the newer version. Is there anyway I can get this to work with Project 1.6 on my Windows 10 device or any instructions on how to setup with a newer version of Project 64.

Any help is gratefully appreciated.
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