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  1. #1 Repacking a folder into sprites.dat 
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    I got this Runescape client/Server and i'm trying to edit the Sprites on the loadingscreen, I found a way to unpack or create the files inside these dat/idx files. I've got all the images, and I changed the ones that needed to be changed. But I don't know how to get it back intoa idx/dat file to make it work again. Pretty frustating. here are the 3 Sprite codes.

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    I think these are the files you'll need? If not reply.

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    I found the exact code they used in the code. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    When ever I use this .jar, it opens the sprites.dat differently. The order is not the same when I create the directory with the sprites.dat Please any help.
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