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  1. ^^ Ginsonic look some posts above (burried within my nonsense chaos posts) what freezy wrote
  2. sorry, ignore
  3. ok, so I played around with the DOF config tool to produce dofconfig.inis that work with all possible configurations (the final aim I'd say), like in the attchements (red is what arngrim already inserted). All output files look absolutely ok (for me there are 2 dofconfig. inis because I have two LEDWizes) It doesn't work. From the DirectOutput.log in the Pro Pinball Ultra folder (also attached) I see the problem: 2 most important files can't be found (cabinet config, table config) and so of course it doesn't work. My path for DOF is: C:\DirectOutput, so what was recommended, What do you think, freezy? DirectOutput.log
  4. now this is cool, worked at the first go! Thanks! Only the solenoids for the flippers and slingshots are the wrong ones in my case. Those for the bumpers are perfect. I'll fiddle around with the config and maybe find out some more, though I'm not a DOF expert. Maybe arngrim can chime in?
  5. cool, really looking forward to trying this tonight!
  6. @gtxjoeand @Thalamus you are both right, the first working solution was to get the problematic tables to a custom system. Not needed anymore since 2.33 because the problem was fixed. But seems Terry means something else, so....
  7. I couldn't agree more with both comments above!
  8. now this is witty! Talking Heads - Sex Pistols? - Visage - and? (it's not Depeche Mode, is it?)
    I think it's cool. One could say ist's not a classic backglass, because of the digital animation, but on the other hand the table itself is also not a classic table (e.g. the animated torches), so it fits very well. It's different and it's cool in itself.
  9. View File Fathom (Bally 1981) Vintage Mod my first table. this is a heavy mod based on 32assassin's great Fathom, which is based on Unclewilly's version, so all credits and thanks go to these two. What I did: - completely remade playfield in 4k resolution (by stitching images from the web and partially redrawing, even bought a font for that job!) - completely remade plastics in 4k resolution (same way) - made new bumper caps from scratch - reworked or changed many objects, images and materials - completely remade all lights and illumination - apron reworked - "live" mirror metal wall at the top (only the ball is not reflected, don't know, how to do that) - and many other things, I don't remember anymore Physics (only minor changes): - made the table slightly slower - ! repositioned the rubber posts at the wicked vertical outlane, so that there's at least a little chance so save the ball from draining by nudging ! Btw, this is also the case for the real table as seen in videos on the web, so no cheating. The aim of this version was to get it as close to the original vintage table (yellow tint, vintage light bulbs a.s.o) As I already mentiond in the WIP thread, I will also make a second version, which will look like a polished Fathom with LED lights, plastics and playfield repros a.s.o. The desktop view needs a liitle more work, but is already quite ok now. Maybe I'll release an update in the future. Big thanks go to roar, who provided me with images of plastics and to all the cool people, who made and contributed to VP and the great always helping community! Submitter vogliadicane Submitted 03/31/2017 Category Visual Pinball 10 - Tables ROM Name Link to B2S Link to Media Pack Permission to Mod VP Version  
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    my first table. this is a heavy mod based on 32assassin's great Fathom, which is based on Unclewilly's version, so all credits and thanks go to these two. What I did: - completely remade playfield in 4k resolution (by stitching images from the web and partially redrawing, even bought a font for that job!) - completely remade plastics in 4k resolution (same way) - made new bumper caps from scratch - reworked or changed many objects, images and materials - completely remade all lights and illumination - apron reworked - "live" mirror metal wall at the top (only the ball is not reflected, don't know, how to do that) - and many other things, I don't remember anymore Physics (only minor changes): - made the table slightly slower - ! repositioned the rubber posts at the wicked vertical outlane, so that there's at least a little chance so save the ball from draining by nudging ! Btw, this is also the case for the real table as seen in videos on the web, so no cheating. The aim of this version was to get it as close to the original vintage table (yellow tint, vintage light bulbs a.s.o) As I already mentiond in the WIP thread, I will also make a second version, which will look like a polished Fathom with LED lights, plastics and playfield repros a.s.o. The desktop view needs a liitle more work, but is already quite ok now. Maybe I'll release an update in the future. Big thanks go to roar, who provided me with images of plastics and to all the cool people, who made and contributed to VP and the great always helping community! Fathom_(Bally_1981)_Vintage_Mod_v1.1.zip