Ok so I have a question about some stage textures. See when I sometimes dowload a stage texture it sometimes comes with a .pac file (of course), but it also sometimes comes with a .rel file too. My question is just as the thread asks. What is a .rel file and how do you use it. Do you need it to implement that stage texture or what. I need answers.
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hi! A rel file is used to replace stages, for example pretend the stage you download replaces final destination. But you wanted it to replace 75m. So using a hex editor or rel creation program you can change were that stage is going to replace.
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If you have a .rel file, you place it in the module folder, which I believe you make in pf. However, I don't think normal stage textures require .rels. They change the entire model of the stage. So, a .rel texture you are using may desync on WiFi since it changes the entire model of the stage for you.
But, like I said, you make a module folder in pf and place the .rel in there.