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Grandilokan
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An excellent script (now damaged)for Cinematic studio string

Thu Nov 25, 2021 10:58 am

I downloaded the excellent script "Thanos.03", to manage the delay of cinematic studio string, kindly provided by its creator NOamL. When I opened it in Logic's script, it seemed distorted to me. All the code is written on line 16 of the script! NB : My other scripts appear them in a conventional way with Logic 10.4.4. under Mojave.
If anyone has the original script (in good shape), it would be great to send it here. Thanks in advance.
 
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Re: An excellent script (now damaged)for Cinematic studio string

Thu Nov 25, 2021 11:03 am

It’s not daMaged, it’s encrypted. The best way to handle css now is using the kontakt script that is out there instead of thanos
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Grandilokan
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Re: An excellent script (now damaged)for Cinematic studio string

Thu Nov 25, 2021 2:55 pm

Hello Dewdman42?
Thanks for your various expert articles here and elsewhere ... I have the script for Kontakt that I am already using. I wanted to compare the two solutions.
How to decrypt the "Thanos" script? All encoding appears on line 16 ...
 
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Re: An excellent script (now damaged)for Cinematic studio string

Fri Nov 26, 2021 7:51 am

why do you need to decrypt it? I would reach out to Naoml and ask him for it. I actually decrypted it myself some years ago, but I do not feel comfortable sharing it without his permission. I also made some modifications of my own, but in the end, I feel the KSP solution is better.

To Decrypt it, first of all, use a javascript beautifier to create a copy of the script that isn't all on one line. I actually went in and manually renamed various things to make it a little more readable still beyond that.
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Re: An excellent script (now damaged)for Cinematic studio string

Mon Nov 29, 2021 3:49 am

Hello,
Thank's for your help.