Opened 3 years ago
Closed 3 years ago
#11686 closed defect (invalid)
CINE: OS: Impossible to use inventory
|Reported by:||TheRealSpole||Owned by:||karisal|
Description (last modified by )
Operation Stealth DOS version.
It is not possible to use the inventory so in the first scene the briefcase can not be operated.
Change History (5)
comment:1 by , 3 years ago
comment:2 by , 3 years ago
comment:3 by , 3 years ago
|Component:||--Unset-- → Engine: Cine|
|Game:||→ Operation Stealth|
|Summary:||STEALTH: Impossible to use inventory → CINE: OS: Impossible to use inventory|
comment:4 by , 3 years ago
I am very sorry, but I can not recreate the issue today. Hopefully it was just user issue. Was long time I played this game.
Running the 256 color DOS version. I will download the stable 2.2.0.
comment:5 by , 3 years ago
|Status:||new → closed|
As neither I nor the bug reporter could recreate the issue I am closing this ticket as invalid.
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I assume that you are trying to use the inventory by first pressing the right mouse button to open the action menu ("EXAMINE", "INVENTORY" etc) and then pressing the right mouse button on the "OPERATE"-button in the menu and then another menu should open with the inventory which should contain the "Briefcase"-entry on which you'd press the left mouse button on. Is this correct?
I tried in this way with Operation Stealth 16 color DOS version but was unable to reproduce the bug with either the latest development build (2.3.0git315-g6a9ad2daf2 (Sep 8 2020 11:02:41)) or the latest stable build (2.2.0pre170-g41a1a487ea (Sep 8 2020 06:10:07)) from the buildbot for Windows 64-bit.
BTW if you wish to help in the release testing of the next release of ScummVM (2.2.0) then please use the stable builds for testing (2.2.0pre* instead of 2.3.0*), thank you! You can get the stable builds from the buildbot.
@TheRealSpole To check out which version of Operation Stealth you are using please could you download md5deep from http://md5deep.sourceforge.net/
and then run the following in the directory where you have the game data files
for your version of Operation Stealth and give the output here into this ticket:
echo The listing of files including their sizes:
echo MD5sums of the first 5000 bytes of each file:
md5deep -p 5000 * | find /i "offset 0-4999"
echo MD5sums of the full files:
The idea is to get the file sizes and names using "dir" command,
the MD5sums of the files' first 5000 bytes by the second command and
the MD5sums of the whole files by the third command.