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Old 07 June 2016, 03:54   #1
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Export object files from Backbone to AMOS?

Hi, Is it possible to export Backbone object files to AMOS as AMAL or BOB files?

For some reason creating object files is easier for me in Backbone then actual object editor in AMOS Pro. The interface is so clunky to use and is actually discouraging.
My sprite sheet is cut off and I have a hard time cutting my BOBs out.
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Old 07 June 2016, 04:01   #2
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Looks like WE CAN!
Just rename the object file with ABK extention and open it.

We are in business!
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Do you even need to rename it?
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Do you even need to rename it?
No, not if you use a different converter. I have a shapes/abk grabber which tries to load anything as a shp or amos bank.
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