[3ds-xfsatool] How to rebuild the files??

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  1. MiqellDestroyer
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    i need rebuild the files .fa of 3ds-xfsatools...
    I can? how..
     
  2. DarkSynopsis

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    That tool makes no mention of being able to rebuild .fa files, might want to look into Kuriimu I believe that has some .fa support.

    I think its aimed towards Inazuma Eleven atm and most likely won't work on other Level-5 titles.
     
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    I need it to edit a game of inazuma eleven..
    It tells me that no plugin that is installed can open this file

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    I need it to edit a game of inazuma eleven..
    It tells me that no plugin that is installed can open this file
     
  4. IcySon55

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    I believe the Inazuma Eleven .fa files are the ARC0 format which is apparently just a compressed B123 archive which we already support. We're adding ARC0 support soon-ish.
     
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    ok, thx! PS: how i can open the files .xq?
     
  6. IcySon55

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    No idea. ".xq" doesn't mean anything me. Extensions are pretty much useless most of the time.
     
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    Ok thanks for listening to me <3 By the way and do you know anything about how to open .bin files?
     
  8. IcySon55

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    Again, there are a countless number of file formats using the .bin extension. The particular .bin files you're looking at can literally be anything.