Theater.lst gone bye-bye
It’s seems logical to ask this here, so here goes…
If you intend to add a theater(and I noticed this with the 4.33 BfB and Chuckles 4.33 2012) ,you have to copy certain things to the theater.lst file. All well and good, except what if you don’t have one??
I can’t find it in 4.33, and a search of my entire pc only reveals it in the BfB Readme, which is extracted onto my desktop.
Could it be called something els?. I looked in 4.32, where I did install BfB and Redflag, and can’t find it there, either
It’s in your \Falcon BMS 4.33\Data\Terrdata\theaterdefinition folder. It’s called theater, not theater.lst, the .lst is the file extension. That’s why you aren’t finding it with a search
For me it’s located in
\Program Files (x86)\Falcon BMS 4.33\Data\Terrdata\theaterdefinition\
Pretty hidden location, you should probably check that.
Woops the message above me wasn’t there yet when I posted this, oh well consider it a double verification.
Thanks, Guys, I’ll check it out
Update: I checked , and the only “theater” in my theaterdefinition file is a Disk Image File via Image Burn. Is that it? If so, my pc isn’t supporting image burn.
Update, part deux-I looked up Imgburn and there does seem to be a correlation with .lst files. Do I need to download that, and does anyone have experience with Imgburn?
Probably that a software on your computer associated lst with it. Just open it with notepad.
And to see files extensions on Windows explorer :
Thanks , Guys, I’ll try Notepad tonight. I was hoping for a second opinion on imgburn