=(eGO)= Akisohida Jan 23, 2013 @ 8:20am
Cheat's Don't Work?
I have altered the Baldur.Ini so I could use a save file to just mess around for laughs. I ahve done both 'Program Options', 'Debug Mode', '1', and 'Game Options' Cheats' '1' in every way possible. (The ways shown, and also doing 'cheats=1'. I can get the ctrl+1, 2, 3, etc to work, but ctrl+tab is supposed to bring up a command prompt and never does. Help?
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Hood Jan 23, 2013 @ 9:59am 
visit the Baldurs Gate Forums. Many a person there will have what you seek.
=(eGO)= Akisohida Jan 23, 2013 @ 11:13am 
To anyone else wondering, it is ctrl+space
[WPC] Gan Chan Jan 26, 2013 @ 3:29am 
Cheats like Midas for 500 gold and co wont work.
Clua Console is the only working stuff to create monsters items and Game Crashes ;)
Darkmuramasa Jan 30, 2013 @ 2:06pm 
If you really want to cheat just get Shadow Keeper.
The fantastic Mr. Fox Mar 12, 2013 @ 11:44pm 
Since shadowkeeper was developed for BG2, would it really be the best thing to use on a remake of BG1? I'd think Gatekeeper would server better.

Then again, I haven't seen this thread where Shadowkeeper is said to be the goto program. Have a link?
kamster99 Mar 14, 2013 @ 7:39am 
Originally posted by The fantastic Mr. Fox:
Since shadowkeeper was developed for BG2, would it really be the best thing to use on a remake of BG1? I'd think Gatekeeper would server better.

Then again, I haven't seen this thread where Shadowkeeper is said to be the goto program. Have a link?

Shadowkeeper works fine on BGEE. I've been using it for months. This is one way to do it that I've been using, though there are other ways.

1) Open "...Documents\Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition\"

2) Copy "baldur.ini", "characters", and "saves"

3) Open "...Program Files\Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition\Data\00766\"

4) Paste the three copied files and folders into this directory

5) In this same directory, open "lang\en_us\" (or whatever language you're intending to use)

6) Copy "dialog.tlk"

7) Return to the root "\00766\" directory

8) Paste the copied "dialog.tlk" file into this directory

9) Open Shadowkeeper, and set the installation directory to the "\00766\" folder. (The program will yell at you because it's not BG2, but that's fine).

10) Restart Shadowkeeper.

Remember to copy the files back to your Documents folder when you're done, or the changes won't appear in-game. (This is what the person who originally wrote this suggestion put, but I've never found I've needed to).
Last edited by kamster99; Mar 14, 2013 @ 3:48pm
Flashburn Mar 15, 2013 @ 8:39am 
Better yet, there's a new version of ShadowKeeper called EEKeeper that is available. Its name is open for debate.

http://forum.baldursgate.com/discussion/16497/ee-keeper-shadow-keeper-for-bgee/p1
The fantastic Mr. Fox Mar 17, 2013 @ 6:37am 
Well that's just awesome, thanks for the news, Flashburn. I hope the origional creator of Gatekeeper/ Shadowkeeper had some hand in this new version. That'd be kinda cool.
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