Titan Senticon
By popular demand, here it is at last! Titan Senticon is a conversion utility that can process costumes exported with Titan Sentinel+ so that they can be used by the game's costume editor via Titan Icon.

The utility is a command-line program written in Java. To use it, you'll need to install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) for your system.

Once Java is installed, place the Senticon .JAR file in a folder with some Sentinel+ XML files, then navigate there with your command prompt. The Senticon command's syntax is as follows:

java -jar senticon.jar (all|<sentplus_files ...>)

Okay, so what does that mean, exactly? Well, let's try it out by example. Let's say you have three Sentinel+ XML files, named bob.xml, tom.xml and brains.xml. You can process them individually like this:

java -jar senticon.jar bob.xml
java -jar senticon.jar tom.xml
java -jar senticon.jar brains.xml

Optionally, you can process them all at once like this:

java -jar senticon.jar bob.xml tom.xml brains.xml

Or, if you're like most of us and have a lot of files, you can just process every file in the folder like this:

java -jar senticon.jar all

And that's it! Provided there aren't any errors, it will produce .costume files in the folder--one for each costume of each Sentinel+ XML. If a given costume can't be converted for whatever reason, it simply won't leave a .costume file in the folder.

Once the .costume files have been processed, you can move them into the CoH "costumes" subfolder and load 'em up in the editor via Icon!


Current Version: 1.0

Download now: senticon.jar


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