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Custom Blocks not working.. (Need answer by C3!!!!)

So whenever I patch a ROM with my hack to test the patch, for some reason the custom blocks don't work. What on earth!?
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Did you insert the blocks with Block Tool Super Deluxe? If so, did you give each block a MAP16 hex number?
Polaris is cool. I think. Can't confirm.
Alright let me show you an example of this using the SMB3 brick block.

Base ROM:

http://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee448/TheSuperRotom/before_zpsd3baa761.png

Patched ROM:

http://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee448/TheSuperRotom/after_zps1f1a94b5.png

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Have you tested if the block actually works ingame? Whether or not the description shows up just depends on if you have the proper .dsc file with the same name as the ROM in the same folder; it has nothing to do with the actual function of the block.

Originally posted by TheSuperRotom
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...any particular reason why you couldn't do that yourself?
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Oh I see. Is the dsc file in the same directory with your rom hack? If so, fo they have the same name? The thing is, thry do work. The dsc file is the custom block description file.
Polaris is cool. I think. Can't confirm.
Hang on, looks like something just was being bitchy.

Originally posted by yoshicookiezeus
...any particular reason why you couldn't do that yourself?


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Originally posted by TheSuperRotom
Couldn't find the BBCode for image re-sizing.

I don't know it either (fairly certain you'd need HTML for that, not just BBcode); what I've always done is just link the image instead of embedding it if it's too big.
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